Greg Byrne's Wildcat Wednesday

Parent & Guardian Info

Research has indicated that the more a young person experiences a college campus, the more likely they will go to college. Watching a game, attending a play or going to a book festival is a great way to bring your family to the UA campus. More than 35 UA departments have collaborated to offer a variety of campus programs to connect kids with the entire UA campus.

Arizona Kidcats Club is a club tailor-made for children in grades K-8. The primary mission of the club is to get kids on campus and have them participate in various activities in a university setting. The club is free to join and with every membership, kids receive their own identification card, updates about UA events, and exclusive access to discounts and special events. 

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the Jim Click Hall of Champions at 520-621-2331.

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financial face off Arizona Financial Face-off

Arizona Financial Face-off (AFF) is a personal finance-focused competition which attracts the entire family by having a variety of components that will interest everyone! The competition is open to all schools/groups from Tucson and its surrounding area who have hosted Take Charge Cats (TCC) workships in personal finance. Click here  for more information on the Arizona Financial Face-off!


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Consumer Jungle

Clear your way through the financial jungle - master your money! The Consumer Jungle provides great resources for learning how to manage your money, protecting your future, and living a financially healthy lifestyle. Ask Jungle Bob any financial questions and play some fun games related to finances! Please visit Consumer Jungle to learn more about how to master your money!


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Family Economics & Financial Education

Family Economics & Financial Education (FEFE) is a program of the Take Charge America Institute for Consumer Financial Education and Research at The University of Arizona. The FEFE project is based on the idea that a university-based financial education outreach program, built on cutting-edge research can strengthen and extend the ability of schools and community organizations to raise the personal financial capabilities of young adults. Visit the Family Economics & Financial Educations (FEFE) website for more information on the program that we offer!