COVID-19 Information and Resources

Health officials worldwide continue to investigate an outbreak of a novel coronavirus, now referred to as COVID-19.

The University of Arizona College of Pharmacy is cooperating with the Arizona Department of Health Services, the University of Arizona and our educational partners to ensure the health of our students, faculty and staff. You may find information about the virus and how to protect yourself through these sources:

 

College of Pharmacy COVID-19 Mitigation Plans & Procedure Guidance

Below is a listing of all guidance from the university and the College of Pharmacy in regard to changes due to COVID-19. For recommendations on IT resources during this time, visit COP IT's COVID-19 Resources Page Guidance is categorized by relevant audience:

Faculty & Staff:

It is now imperative that all possible classes and labs migrate to online modalities starting Wednesday, March 18.

  • Teaching Continuity Strategies can be found here: https://facultyaffairs.arizona.edu/teaching-continuity-strategies
  • We ask that faculty and instructors work directly with academic program directors and unit heads / chairs / directors to address challenges with this tight timeline.
  • You should expect these modes of instruction to continue until the end of this semester.
  • The rapid switch to remote instruction and continuing uncertainty about the epidemic has dramatically disrupted our teaching landscape for the semester. For this reason, the Student Course Surveys will not be administered at the end of the semester for any University of Arizona course (including iCourses and Arizona Online courses). We urge you to check in frequently with students during the semester to keep communication lines open and get feedback on how they are coping with the great upheavals in their lives.
  • Although the UArizona libraries are now closed, students can still check out laptops at the front entrance daily between 1:00–5:00pm by showing their CatCard.
  • Examity, the online exam-proctoring service, has limited capacity due to increased demand and the impact of the virus on its workforce. Most assessments at UArizona will need to be ad​ministered through alternative methods. Please use the Examity information sheet and a Culture of Honesty document that may be helpful to share with your students.
  • It is becoming clear that some of our students lack access to synchronous course-delivery methods. Lack of technology equipment, unreliable internet access, and time constraints imposed by economic challenges can serve as barriers to synchronous participation. Please find out what challenges your students are facing and think about alternatives that can make your classes more accessible. Contact OIA if you need help.

 

The priority at this time is to protect the health and safety of students, staff, and faculty. In order to facilitate the support necessary for all employees to be able to work remotely, self-isolate or self-quarantine as necessary, and remain home while sick, employees and supervisors should utilize the following guidance to inform decisions for reporting time.

  • Working Remotely
    • Employees, including non-benefits eligible employees and student workers, who have transitioned (or are expected to transition soon) to working remotely are to report time as usual and receive regular pay with no interruption or change.
    • Employees, including non-benefits eligible employees and student workers, who are unable to work remotely or report to the workplace due to a partial or complete closure will continue to report time based on the hours they are normally scheduled to work and record it as University Release time in lieu of regular pay time 
  • Employees who no longer have access to planned childcare or eldercare as a result of school or other closures and must stay home to care for children or elders
    • The University acknowledges the added challenges for our staff and faculty who are now working from home and caring for children and/or other members of their family or household.  Employees, including non-benefits-eligible employees and student workers, who are no longer able to access planned care for children or elders as a result of school, daycare or eldercare closures are to continue to receive pay. Employees able to work remotely will report regular hours and receive pay. Employees who are not able to work remotely or have limited ability to do should work with their supervisors and report University Release time.
  • Regardless of workplace location (including remote work), when an employee or their family or household member is sick
    • Benefits-eligible employees who are sick and experiencing symptoms of illness are to notify their supervisors about illness, remain at home, and report Sick time on their timesheets.
    • Benefits-eligible employees who must remain at home to care for a family or household member who is sick may work remotely and receive regular pay. These employees who are not able to work remotely while providing care are to notify their supervisors and report Sick time on their timesheets.
    • Employees who have exhausted sick time and are sick, or employees (including student workers) who do not accrue sick time and are sick, are to notify supervisors about illness, remain at home, and are to report University Release time in lieu of sick time.
    • Employees who have exhausted sick time, or employees (including student workers) who do not accrue sick time and must remain at home to care for a family or household member who is sick may work remotely and receive regular pay. These employees who are not able to work remotely are to notify supervisors about illness, remain at home, and report University Release time in lieu of sick time.
  • Employees on sponsored funds, working on research grants and projects
    • Employees, including non-benefits-eligible employees and student workers, working on sponsored awards are to have these same temporary time-reporting practices applied to them as other University employees. Departments and principal investigators should refer to Research, Innovation, and Impact resources for questions, and consult with Human Resources as necessary.
    • Research, Innovation, and Impact resources: https://research.arizona.edu/covid19
  • Ancillary employees who are on-call and/or event-specific and do not have regularly scheduled hours
    • Employees who do not have regularly scheduled work hours, including those on-call, are to contact the department or unit for whom they perform work and inquire about canceled events and/or disruption to planned operations and work activity.

 

As you are aware, the University is strongly encouraging employees to work from home when they are able. All students, staff, and faculty must decide for THEMSELVES if they choose to spend any time at all on campus. If you are challenged to support any essential activity because of lack of personnel, please let us know and we will help you to figure out a path forward.

We ask that supervisors assist us by helping to establish expectations, and answering any questions your team members may have regarding their ability to work from home, including the following topics:

  • Work hours and procedures for documenting productivity
  • Expectations for remaining in contact with coworkers during work hours (e.g., instant messaging apps)
  • Responsibility and process for setting up remote meetings

To be clear, employees working from home should stay connected to the college and their colleagues. Consider forwarding your phone calls, leave a note at your workspace with contact information, respond to emails in a timely manner, and confirm your schedule with your team. Working from home should not be considered time off, so please avoid activities that do not coincide with your work duties from the hours of 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM. If employees are sick, they should report sick time (if sick time is exhausted, but the employee is still sick, the Human Resources website-link below explains the procedure for recording this time). If they are on vacation, they should report vacation time as they normally would.

We also recommend referring to the University of Arizona Human Resources for additional information and updates to policies and procedures.

Finally, we know that the transition to working from home can be difficult for many, UA HR has a helpful FAQ page with answers to many common questions: https://it.arizona.edu/working-remotely-faqs

For a list of technologies to make working from home more simple, please visit: https://it.arizona.edu/working-remotely

For any and all technological issues you may be facing, please consider submitting a ticket to our IT team via their online platform https://technology.pharmacy.arizona.edu/get-support/submit-ticket

  • This is the fastest and most effective way for issues to be resolved.

To our knowledge, the labs are NOT being closed at this time. If additional restrictions are put in place in the future, we will need to have emergency mitigation plans in place FOR EACH LAB in order to continue our research. The SVPRI is asking that we implement measures to ensure the safety of our research personnel, and compliance with CDC and University mandates. Each individual laboratory will have to have a mitigation plan approved by the Dean’s Office in order to be deemed “essential.” The Provost has adopted language from Optical Sciences that we include at the bottom of this email. Our COP format will be brief, but sufficient to address the needed elements.

Please email your plan to Liz Mellor with a cc to Nathan Cherrington.

Mitigation plans for each lab must include:

  • List PI Leadership and Accountability
  • Brief description of Project Criticality
  • Justification of appropriate number of staff/students needed
  • Brief description of accommodations for CDC guidelines which demonstrates appropriate social distancing 
  • Positive affirmation of no involvement of employees that are considered “at risk” by the CDC
  • Concurrence from all staff involved that they are willingly “opting in”… Faculty proxy of willingness to “opt in” is not allowed. Any lab personnel willing to continue in the laboratory must sign the application or email their affirmation.

See below for full list of items adopted by the Provost: 

  • For research activities, the University will ask that each faculty member overseeing a laboratory research group write up a brief set of bulleted operating procedures for their research group.
  • The baseline approach for the majority of situations will require faculty and supervisors to identify productive ways to support research goals from off-site wherever possible for all students that work in their group – graduate, post-doc, undergrads.  In the near term they will continue to be compensated from their existing support, and any deviations from this will be communicated at a later date. 
  • Group meetings should be held virtually to support off-site, remote participation. 
  • Under no circumstances should any faculty or staff pressure any students or other staff who are following university recommendations to work from off-site to instead come into the lab – the university is trying to minimize on-site personnel. 
  • Any students and staff who are serving in critical laboratory research roles, and personally desire to come into the lab despite guidance, must be provided as safe an environment as possible. This will include not sharing any space closely with other students or staff, being alerted to avoiding exposure to COVID-19 from surfaces, being provided with disinfectant wipes, etc., where warranted. This will generally preclude more than one individual using any research laboratory at a given time. Any plan incorporating such continued operations involving students and staff in research roles on-site will require approval from the dean’s office.
  • No plan contemplating continued operations should require face-to-face interactions with personnel who are at heightened risk to Coronavirus as defined by CDC.
  • Exemplary “critical” roles could include cases where major research resources or capabilities are put at risk if they are not attended to; other unusual circumstances could potentially include atypical research operations where researchers function effectively and safely in controlled situations that are demonstrably in isolation from other students, faculty, and staff.  As noted above, any such examples involving students and staff will require review by the dean’s office.
  • Any plan for such isolated laboratory activities must not be in conflict with established safety protocols.
  • A faculty or facilities plan that anticipates any such deviations could include rotations, etc., where required, to realize these required features.
  • Any ITAR-controlled work cannot be conducted remotely in violation of a TCP
  • The faculty plan should contemplate operations mindful of the fact that the COVID-19 response at UA will persist through the end of the semester.

 

  • Research operations will continue with modifications to observe CDC guidelines to minimize disease transmission. The health, safety, and well-being of our community is our top priority, including that of our graduate students, undergraduate students, and postdoctoral researchers. We recognize these colleagues’ valuable work on research projects all across our campus, and also acknowledge that they are not prohibited from being on-campus during the University’s response to the coronavirus pandemic. Finding a balance between sustaining our research operations and protecting the well-being of our campus and community is thus our primary aim. To this end, we are committing to:
    • Sustaining our research operations to the greatest extent possible under the circumstances;
    • Ensuring that student outcomes are optimized for the current conditions;
    • Maintaining the highest possible health and safety outcomes for our people and our research labs and facilities;
    • Minimizing the chance that any individual’s livelihood will be harmed whether or not they are able to continue with their previously assigned work tasks,
  • We are being particularly mindful of the challenges facing the following groups:
    • Undergraduates who are both RAs and employed on research projects, and who are:
      • On campus due to housing constraints (e.g., international students) and who want to sustain their research efforts
      • Wanting to sustain their research efforts remotely.
    • Graduate Students (Masters and PhD) who are:
      • On campus and wanting to sustain their research efforts;
      • Presently away from campus but wanting to return to sustain their research efforts;
      • Wanting to sustain their research efforts remotely.
    • Postdoctoral Research Associates, both employees and trainees, who want to sustain their research efforts, either on-campus or remotely.
  • We ask that students and postdocs work jointly with their work supervisors to develop an effective mitigation plan that minimizes their own risk as well as risk their colleagues.
  • We realize that these guidelines and directives may make continuing to do or support research activities challenging, which is why we are strongly recommending that campus researchers at all levels work collaboratively with supervisors and campus leaders to develop clear, concise, comprehensible, and achievable plans for research projects going forward under the present conditions. These plans should be shared with relevant supervisors and unit heads/chairs/directors, and be submitted to the RII database via Lori Schultz, lschultz@arizona.edu)
  • We will review all submitted plans for consistency, safety, and compliance with University policies. These plans should, at a minimum, include:
    • How and how often research project members will communicate with each other;
    • How and how often research project members will communicate with their supervisors; 
    • What technologies researcher project members will need to work remotely;
    • How research project members will plan out future research activities in order to either extend or accommodate research milestones that range from thesis deadlines to mandatory sponsor reports to experiments that must be completed inside of specific timeframes, and so on.
  • As questions arise associated with extending or accommodating milestones, use the following resources to help think through your plan:
    • Review the original statement of work, including what you agreed to do originally. Begin your plan here, then describe how this will, or may need to, change.
    • For questions and concerns related to theses and dissertations, please consider them directly with your students, being sure to collaborate with them on any notifications to their committees. 
    • Contact the Human Subjects Protection Program and/or Institutional Animal Care & Use Committee for questions about possible modifications to your protocols.
    • Contact Sponsored Projects & Contracting Services on questions about your grants, including possible extensions, and the requirements for keeping your Grants/Contracts/Program Officials notified.
    • Regularly visit the RII COVID-19 site for updates and guidance.
  • Ongoing support for any potential outgoing proposals through Research Development Services and Sponsored Projects & Contracting Services is available, as is support for Human Subjects and Animal Research Protocols through the Human Subjects Protection Program and Institutional Animal Care & Use Committee.  Our research administration, development, and compliance professionals are committed to maintaining and supporting your work.
  • Finally, many federal sponsors have yet to issue guidance about what are allowable charges during this national emergency period. For this reason, there remain many questions about, for instance, grant cost allowability. RII is monitoring and talking with all agencies, and we will work with you and/or your teams to deliver clarity as soon as we can. This guidance will include all funding sources, as we must be consistent in how we treat these costs
  • More details are to come. In the meantime, please send your questions to Lori Schultz (lschultz@arizona.edu) and she will endeavor to find an answer herself or connect you with someone who can.

 

Governor Ducey announced a declaration of emergency in Arizona due to COVID-19. According to this declaration Arizona Department of Health Services has asked Arizona Poison & Drug information Centers to Adopt a new hot-line to answer questions from the public about COVID-19. We have started to answer these questions at our center and due to surge in number of calls we have asked our Specialist in Poison Information, our colleague from College of Public Health and our rotators from Department of Emergency Medicine, and medical toxicologist to help in answering these calls. 

Members of the public with questions about COVID-19 can call 1-844-542-8201.

 

Based on guidance from the University President and Provost, all in-person University events on our campuses have been cancelled or postponed. In addition, to further support reducing the likelihood of transmission of COVID19, as part of our operations, all in-person meetings or gatherings, formal or informal, should be limited to no more than 4 people.  Please practice social distancing methods in all interactions on campus, including maintaining a 6-foot separation from others.

Decisions related to cancellation or postponement of events and the financial options that result, such as offering credits versus refunds, should be decided by the sponsoring unit’s leader, and be based on the individual circumstances of each event.

List of Cancelled or Postponed COP Events: 

  • Coit Seminar - Cancelled
  • ACDD Spring Symposium - Postponed
  • White Coat 2020 - Postponed
  • College Hour Seminar - Cancelled
  • APhA College of Pharmacy Alumni & Friends Reception - Cancelled
  • The History of Pharmacy Museum will halt tours for the time being

 

It is tremendously important that each Arizona staff and faculty member assess whether they, or someone in their home, may be at risk for serious illness from COVID-19. If yes, I ask that you work closely with your supervisor or department head to quickly develop a plan to work from home in order to stay safe. Human Resources can also assist you with remote work arrangements.

Please review the CDC criteria for People at Risk for Serious Illness from COVID-19 online, which includes:

  • Older adults
  • People who have serious chronic medical conditions including:
    • Heart disease
    • Diabetes 
    • Lung disease
  • If you have questions about your / your family’s risk profile, I encourage you to consult your doctor.

Self-isolate following travel 

  • If you are returning to campus from business or personal air travel, and in particular if you have visited places that have known COVID-19 community spread, I strongly urge you to self-isolate at home for two weeks to keep our community as safe as possible. Please contact your supervisor or department head to develop a work-from-home plan and request the support of Human Resources as needed.
  • Self-isolation guidelines from the CDC are as follows:
    • Take these steps to monitor your health and practice social distancing:
      • Take your temperature with a thermometer two times a day and monitor for fever. Also watch for cough or trouble breathing.
      • Stay home and avoid contact with others. Do not go to work or school for this 14-day period. Discuss your work situation with your employer before returning to work.
      • Do not take public transportation, taxis or ride-shares during the time you are practicing social distancing.
      • Avoid crowded places (such as shopping centers and movie theaters) and limit your activities in public.
      • Keep your distance from others (about 6 feet or 2 meters).

 

 

Students:

For more information on remote learning technology resources, visit the University of Arizona webpage on Student Resources for Remote Learning 

Most obviously, the biggest transition will be moving from in person classroom learning to online classes. For courses that are using Zoom, they will still be live streamed and will be at your normal scheduled time.  The easiest way to be sure you attend class is to maintain your normal schedule even outside of the classroom. Continue to wake up at your normal time. Conduct your normal morning routine including eating breakfast, and getting ready for the day. Dress as you normally would for class, etc.

If you find yourself struggling with time management and motivation during this time, our faculty and staff are here to offer you support and guidance. Dr. Terri Warholak is available for virtual tutoring on the following skills:

  • Virtual study skills
  • Time management
  • Making a task list
  • Using Zoom optimally

Support for Online Coursework:

Your instructors will let you know how your class goals will be accomplished with online learning. They have been working with their Departments, and campus instructional technology resources to continue to make learning available to you. You will do some new things, some different things, and learn along the way.

Because each class is unique, your instructor may choose to use different technologies. The following three technologies are the most commonly used:

Technology for collaboration and storage:

 

We know that not everyone has easy access to high speed internet and this may be a point of anxiety in regards to how it will affect your learning.

Here are 2 ways for students/others to get free internet:

  1. Charter Communications internet is available for free for 60 days
    1. For households with K-12 and/or college students who don’t already have internet.
    2. Installation fees also waived for new student households. It also said it would open its Wi-Fi hotspots for public use.
    3. To enroll in the program, call 844-488-8395
  2. Comcast is offering 2 months of free internet for low-income families and students.
    1. Comcast and T-Mobile have announced suspensions of their internet data cap policies. 
    2. Comcast says it will no longer charge overage fees for home internet customers
    3. T-Mobile, AT&T and Verizon have removed all data caps for its mobile customers.

Contact your local public library to see what resources they may have. Be aware that when you are on a public WiFi network your information is not secure. Use the UA VPN to securely connect to the campus network.

UAWiFi for the Tucson, Sierra Vista, and Phoenix campuses is expected to continue without interruption. You are welcome to be on campus, as long as you maintain 6-foot distance from everyone else and do not gather anywhere with more than 4 people in a face-to-face setting.

Equipment Check Out: 

  • Library Technology Borrowing: Until April 8, enrolled students can borrow laptops from the Main Library front entrance from 1-5pm daily. They have extended due dates until the end of the semester. Students who need a laptop after April 8 can schedule an appointment with us by email: library@arizona.edu. After April 8, holds will no longer be available for pickup. They will continue document delivery and interlibrary loan services in electronic formats only. Keep your borrowed technology and checked-out books until further notice, including interlibrary loans. The library is waiving all late fees for books and borrowed technology.
  • OSCR Gear-to-Go: Digital cameras, video cameras, tripods, lights, and microphones can be checked out for two days. Equipment will be sanitized between use.

Computer Labs: 

  • OSCR: OSCR labs remain open. Computers boot into either Mac or Windows and feature a wide variety of software. Labs will be staffed to help monitor social distancing and sanitize equipment between use. OSCR consultants may be present or may be available over Zoom.
  • If you are not in the area of campus and need a computer to use, contact your local public library to see whether they have computers available for use. See also if your area has an internet cafe with computers.

 

Governor Ducey announced a declaration of emergency in Arizona due to COVID-19. According to this declaration Arizona Department of Health Services has asked Arizona Poison & Drug information Centers to Adopt a new hot-line to answer questions from the public about COVID-19. We have started to answer these questions at our center and due to surge in number of calls we have asked our Specialist in Poison Information, our colleague from College of Public Health and our rotators from Department of Emergency Medicine, and medical toxicologist to help in answering these calls. 

Members of the public with questions about COVID-19 can call 1-844-542-8201.

 

As you have likely heard by now, several major university and college events have been cancelled or postponed. We understand the disappointment that comes with these announcements and we don’t take lightly the fact that so many plans have now had to change. Our number one priority is your health and safety, and we have had to make tough decisions because of that. We are working diligently to ensure that we have a suitable plan for Convocation and White Coat that will ensure you can celebrate your hard work with your friends and families. Please keep an eye out for more information regarding this.

In addition, to further support reducing the likelihood of transmission of COVID19, as part of our operations, all in-person meetings or gatherings, formal or informal, should be limited to no more than 4 people.  Please practice social distancing methods in all interactions on campus, including maintaining a 6-foot separation from others.

Decisions related to cancellation or postponement of events and the financial options that result, such as offering credits versus refunds, should be decided by the sponsoring unit’s leader, and be based on the individual circumstances of each event.

List of Cancelled or Postponed COP Events: 

  • Coit Seminar - Cancelled
  • ACDD Spring Symposium - Postponed
  • White Coat 2020 - Postponed
  • College Hour Seminar - Cancelled
  • APhA College of Pharmacy Alumni & Friends Reception - Cancelled
  • The History of Pharmacy Museum will halt tours for the time being

 

Gov. Ducey has issued an executive order for all Arizonans to “Stay home, Stay healthy and Stay connected” to limit the spread of COVID-19. We strongly encourage you to stay home and refrain from visiting campus unless there is an essential need for you to be here. For guidance on what is considered essential business, please reference the Govenor's executive order

On the Tucson campus, the Main Library and CATalyst Studios are closed to all users as of Wednesday, March 18, at 5pm. In addition, the Health Sciences Library will be closed to all users starting Thursday, March 19. However, the first floor, B side of Drachman Hall is still accessible but now requires CatCard Access.

On the Phoenix Biomedical Campus, the library will move to unstaffed operations effective Friday, March 20, at 5 PM. 

  • Library study space will remain open to students with PBC badges on a self-service basis. “Safe study” practice reminders will be in place in terms of studying alone or in small groups with adequate distance between members.
  • The computer commons and book stacks will be locked behind the rolling gate. Students will not have access to our print books, anatomical models, or computer workstations.
  • Students needing computer access can use the presenter computers in the B wing conference rooms / small classrooms on the 2nd floor of the HSEB.
  • Access to digital library resources will be unaffected.
  • Library users are encouraged to keep any borrowed items until we return to campus. Late fees for overdue items have already been eliminated at UA libraries. 
  • Signs will be left in place directing library users to sources of remote assistance for their research needs.

 

We know these are unprecedented times and the lack of control or clarity may feel overwhelming and scary. As such, we implore you to take care of yourselves first and foremost. Below are additional tips on how to manage stress during this time:

  • Maintain a Healthy Routine: Take care of your body. It is important to maintain a regular schedule for sleeping, eating, studying, working, etc. Avoid smoking or the use of alcohol or other drugs to cope with your stress.
  • Pay attention to your reactions: It is normal to experience stress, anxiety, anger, and fear during a crisis. Increasing your awareness can help you decide what you need to cope with these reactions. Remind yourself that the strong feelings will fade.
  • Limit Information: Be informed and mindful. Too much information leads to overload so consider limiting your exposure to news. Choose a reputable and non-sensational news source such as the CDC for updates.
  • Take a break and relax: Take breaks from watching, reading or listening to news stories. Build in time to do things you enjoy. Listen to music. Exercise. Meditate. Different coping strategies work for different people. Use what has worked for you in previous times of stress.
  • Connect with others: When in distress, you may feel lonely and isolated in what you are going through. Call someone. Facetime. Connect. You can benefit from connection with others where you can share your concerns and receive support from each other. Talk with your friends and family. 
  • Be Kind: Remember, we are all being impacted and trying to manage stress. COVID-19 does not recognize race, nationality, or ethnicity. Being compassionate is key in taking care of ourselves and our community. Maintain a sense of hope and positive thinking.

 

In light of the constantly changing status of the COVID, our concerns for your health and safety (and your families), and our need to honor our commitment to you and your education as a pharmacist, we are working to provide you options for the 8th block APPE rotation.

  • If you are currently on an APPE block 7, you may continue as you planned or ask your preceptor to help you find projects that can be done remotely to complete as many hours as possible. I will send an email to the block 7 preceptors with this information.
  • At this time, if you are scheduled for an APPE rotation at block 8,  you can choose to either continue as scheduled as permitted by the site OR you can email Dr. Cooley (cooley@pharmacy.arizona.edu) and we will cancel the scheduled rotation (entirely) and work to create an alternative remote learning experience that will help you meet the graduation requirements.
  • The requirements for your graduation and licensure are still as such:
    • 1500 hours total (IPPE and APPE, excluding worked hours) for Arizona licensure AND
    • 1440 APPE hours and 300 IPPE hours per our accrediting body for graduation AND
    • 232 hours per rotation for 5 units of credit and a total 142 units of credit in the program for graduation AND
    • 7 APPE rotations, including one community, one ambulatory care, one hospital/health system, one general medicine and three electives.
  • If you are currently scheduled for an IPPE rotation, if the site permits, students may stay on site as planned; alternatively, we ask that students and preceptors work together to identify remote learning opportunities, such as projects, drug information requests, or other assignments.
  • This approach may change at any moment, so please continue to check your email for future guidance.
  • Any questions regarding experiential education should be referred to Dr. Cooley, cooley@pharmacy.arizona.edu