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For more information about the Blue Chip Program contact:

Terry Thompson
Sr. Coordinator for Leadership Development
Center for Student Involvement & Leadership
520-621-8065
thompsot@email.arizona.edu

Judy Kiyama
Coordinator for Leadership Development
Center for Student Involvement & Leadership
520-621-8046
jkiyama@email.arizona.edu


arizona blue chip

blue chip (bloo chip) n. 1. A stock that sells at a high price because of public confidence in its long record of steady earnings.  2. An extremely valuable asset or property.  3. A program designed to certify the top student leaders on campus as "Arizona Blue Chips," the finest graduates the University of Arizona can produce.

For Entering Freshman:

Students enter a formal leadership program in the first semester of their freshman year at the University to enrich their college experience. Throughout their time at the UA, each student will participate in a number of leadership activities. With the successful completion of the program, participants will be awarded a co-curricular transcript in leadership development and a "Blue Chip" certificate of distinction.

For Current UA Students and Transfers:

Offered for currently enrolled students who have achieved excellence through experiential leadership while in college and have 5 full semesters remaining upon program entry. Students are encouraged to contact Program Coordinators Terry Thompson or Judy Kiyama.

 Phase I Booklet (pdf)
 Phase II Arts Booklet (pdf)
 Phase II Eco Booklet (pdf)
 Phase II Global Booklet (pdf)
 Phase II Service Booklet (pdf)
 Phase II Social Entrepreneurial Booklet (pdf)
 Phase III Booklet (pdf)
 Phase IV Booklet (pdf)

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