University/College Groups

Diane Dittemore, associate curator of ethnology, giving a tour to a University of Arizona art history class
Diane Dittemore, associate curator of ethnology, giving a tour to a University of Arizona art history class

University and College Class Visits

One of the benefits of being a University of Arizona or Pima Community College student or faculty member is admission-free access to ASM's exhibits. A visit to ASM enhances the educational experience by exposing students to the region's Indigenous cultures and material. Exhibit exploration can be focused on history and culture, but can also be used for writing prompts, artistic inspiration, and fits with diverse class subjects. If you need help brainstorming how you can use ASM with your university/college-level class, contact us!

Register to Bring Your Class

Self-guided class visits are possible during regular museum hours, Tuesday through Friday, 10:00 a.m. to 4 p.m. Occasionally, we can provide a docent for smaller classes. Please give us 2 weeks advance notice. Complete this form to register your class for a visit. 

Contact
Ruth B. Jolie, Ph.D.
Associate Curator of Education
Arizona State Museum / University of Arizona
P.O. Box 210026
Tucson, AZ  85721-0026
asmedu@email.arizona.edu
520-626-3989