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Press releases and other stories about programs and people at the College of Pharmacy are posted at News.

The College of Pharmacy Office of Communications will do its best to provide appropriate faculty, staff or students to speak with reporters on a particular subject or issue. We will respond as promptly as possible to specific requests, given the availability of the experts you seek.

News agencies should coordinate all interviews, recording or photography of college representatives or of locations within the College of Pharmacy through the Office of Communications. The office may also be able to provide photos or video segments upon request.

To reach us

Call 520-626-3389 or email the director: Ginny Geib.

To reach a press officer when the communications office is closed, you may:

  • Call 520-626-3389 for a message about alternate numbers for on-call staff from the College of Pharmacy, or
  • Page the on-call staff from the Office of Public Affairs at the Arizona Health Sciences Center at 694-4480, pager 7332.

The College of Pharmacy is normally open Mondays-Fridays from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. (Mountain Standard Time). The University of Arizona closes for several days from the end of December until early January, and observes several holidays throughout the year, including Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day and Thanksgiving.

To find us

The main operations of the College of Pharmacy are part of the Arizona Health Sciences Center complex on the campus of the University of Arizona in Tucson. It is in two buildings on the south end of the health sciences complex, the College of Pharmacy-Skaggs Building west of the College of Nursing and the Roy P. Drachman Hall, site of both the College of Pharmacy and the public health college.

Reporters often find it easiest to park on the street or parking lot at the intersection of Martin Avenue and Mabel Street. Mabel Street is the street just south of the main entrance to University of Arizona Medical Center, intersecting with Campbell Avenue. Either College of Pharmacy building is a short walk from this intersection.

For more information on locating the College of Pharmacy, see COP Maps.

Background about the college

Other information

Send mail to:
Pharmacy Communications
PO Box 210202
Tucson, AZ 85721-0202

Send faxes to:
520-626-4063

Updated: Friday, 02 December 2011