Middle East and North Africa

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Middle East & North Africa

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“The U of A is a great community. There’s a variety of people coming from all across the world so you just feel like you are one of them. That’s what I love most about the U of A.”

Saudi Arabia



Clubs & Organizations

Get involved at the University of Arizona through a variety of student organizations, fraternities and sororities, clubs, and cultural centers. Visit the Student Life page to learn more!

You can also find club sports & outdoor organizations to promote and develop an interest in a variety of sports & physical activities. Currently, there are 31 club sports within Campus Recreation, representing 1,000 student-athletes. Learn more at the Campus Recreation website.

Featured Student Clubs

Middle Eastern & North African Student Association

Middle Eastern & North African Student Association

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Arabic Language & Culture Club

Arabic Language & Culture Club

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“Tucson is the perfect place to feel like you fit in. It’s a college town. You’ll see a lot of students, and the community is very welcoming and very together so you basically feel like you’re home.”

Saudi Arabia


UArizona Demographics

Over 625

International students are from
Middle East & North Africa*


Enrolled students are international*


Faculty & staff are from Middle East & North Africa*

*Demographic facts taken from University Analytics & Institutional Research (2023)

Home Away From Home

Places of Worship

  • Ahmadiyya Muslim Community
  • ICS Masjid Tucson
  • Islamic Center of Tucson
  • Middle Eastern Presbyterian Fellowship


  • Babylon Market
  • Farah Market
  • Gamar Family Market
  • Nur Market & Restaurant


  • Zayna Mediterranean
  • Istanbul Mediterranean Cuisine & Bar
  • Caravan Grill
  • Kabul Corner

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