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Professors will share their clinical and research experience in areas such pediatric care, developing new models of family medicine and pharmacy practice, and medication management for the elderly. Learn about the U of A science outreach facilities and see trailers for the current planetarium shows in the Planetarium Theater. Explore the Science Center's interactive exhibits on space science, earth science, minerals and gems and more!
Have you wondered what it would be like as a family member of a UA student? Some problems can be difficult to solve, but it can be easier when you work with others and tackle one piece at a time.
Come play games that will have you strategizing with a team and test your way of thinking to solve challenging problems! This walking tour will provide an overview of the history of the fraternity and sorority experience at the University of Arizona.
Aminata Kilungo will give a mock lecture of a popular public health class entitled Public Health in the 21st Century. Funding college doesn't need to be overwhelming. See inside a dorm room and learn what living on campus is really like. Want to see a room IRL? Pick up tour tickets on a first come, first served basis following the Welcome event. Plus, have a photoshoot at our selfie booth! Enjoy fun competitions with our Sports Program, a fitness obstacle course, and challenge yourself with Outdoor Rec activities.
Join us on the mall where Leadership Programs is hosting a mobile escape room. Put your problem solving skills to the test. Meet new friends and solve the mystery together! Bring your questions and any documents you might need in-person assistance completing. Bring your questions and any documents you need in-person assistance completing.
Arizona Ambassadors are here to give an insider's perspective as you take a walking tour through the heart of campus! Attend a mock lecture to learn more about the development and influence of this major world religion, which originated in India and which is now widely practiced in East Asia and many other parts of the world.
This hands-on session will have staff available to help you navigate your next steps and answer questions about transitioning into your first year as a Wildcat.
Students and staff will be available to share the many resources available to CALS students and families. Join us in a classroom setting for a hands-on, design-build lesson as an architecture student.
Have you already been admitted to the College of Engineering? Mix and mingle with UA Engineering students, faculty, and staff in the historic Old Engineering courtyard. For College of Engineering admits and their guests only. You are not alone. Learn about the resources the UA offers to help you explore areas of interest and discover which major is right for you. We welcome parents and family members of students as part of the Wildcat Family! Current and former public health students will share their experiences outside of the classroom.
From study abroad to internships — public health is full of real world opportunities to grow and learn. An interactive, introductory workshop exploring the fundamentals of acting through improv. Visit our space where Black students study, find fellowship, eat, rest and play! Please be cautious with the links you open. TFCU is not known to be targeted by Dyreza either, but we are keeping a watchful eye. They have completed a preliminary assessment which has not uncovered any vulnerabilities. Apple recently released iOS 7.
This vulnerability affects a variety of devices including iPhones and iPads running iOS 6. SSL and TLS are security protocols used to establish encrypted links between your device and resources on the Internet.
To safeguard against any possible security threats, we highly recommend you update your Apple mobile device to iOS 7. The warning states that several credit union members have been contacted by an automated phone call claiming to be from the NCUA and notifying consumers their debit cards have been compromised. The call then asks the receiver to follow prompts, which request personal information, including sensitive financial data and personal identification information.
Tucson Federal Credit Union is aware of the data breach that occurred on millions of cards used at Target stores between the dates of November 27 and December Update January 10, Target posted today that non-card information from their customers may also have been stolen. The information stolen includes names, mailing addresses, phone numbers, and email addresses for up to 70 million individuals.
Please be assured that this type of data is not part of the information included in a credit or debit card transaction; however this type of information has the potential to be used for phishing scams or other types of identity theft attempts. For example, a member may be asked to respond to an email that appears to be from TFCU which requests that personal and card information be updated.
TFCU will never request this type information from our members via email or phone. If you do receive a phone call or email requesting this type of information, do not respond and contact the credit union.
Part of our commitment to you, our member, is to provide confidence in the use of your TFCU debit or credit card. Although it cannot be guaranteed that every fraudulent attempt on a card will be detected and denied, be assured that TFCU utilizes robust industry fraud detection tools to identify and deny potential fraudulent transactions.
This data breach is card information-only, and does not include information about your TFCU account. Click here to view the official statement directly from Target. In July , some members reported getting calls from fraudsters posing to be representatives from Microsoft.
The scammers told the members that their computers had viruses; that they were calling to assist in the clean-up of those viruses. Members should never reveal their Online Banking or other personal information in calls they did not initiate. Intuit has been made aware of a potential DDoS attack aimed at numerous providers nationwide. Intuit continuously works detect and mitigate DDoS attacks as quickly as possible, with minimal impact to customers.
On February 14, , Intuit was advised of a phishing campaign using emails that appear to be related to TurboTax.
These emails do not originate from Intuit or TurboTax. Although our financial service products are not affected, we must warn members never to open the attachment or forward the email; instead they should delete the email right away. To view a copy of the fraudulent email, click here.
In November of , some members reported receiving the following text message from Call free and re-activate your ATM card. We apologize and thank you for your understanding, safety is our priority.
The accounts of members who receive this message remain safe and have not been compromised. The email directs recipients to click on a link that takes them to a mock site that may install malicious software.
For an example of the email and additional instructions should you receive it, click here. Fraudulent Debit Card Phone Calls: Some members have reported receiving a phone call from stating that there is a issue with their debit card, and they must answer some security questions. These calls were initiated by scammers in an attempt to obtain personal information. TFCU would not make calls of this nature and would never ask for personal information on a call we initiated.
In April of , many financial institutions began taking measures to ensure customer and member protection by blocking the usage of ATMs in California, encouraging of the usage of the cash back option during POS transactions, or using Shared Branching locations to withdraw from your account while in CA. This precautionary measure was temporary and has since been lifted. The phone calls did not mention a specific credit union.
When the member attempted to call that number, it asked for their entire card number and pin number. Please remember that TFCU would never call or text a member asking for that information. If you are unsure if a notification is legitimate, please call TFCU at Be wary of ANY email requesting your assistance with moving money, lottery winnings, inheritances, or helping to save a government from overthrow.
These emails are fraudulent and currently very active. Click here to see a sample of this type of email. You may incur charges assessed by your mobile service provider. Message and data rates may apply. Fraud Alerts This page is to notify our members of fraudulent activities that are happening in the financial services world today. If they want money for taxes, themselves, or a third party, they are most likely crooks.
Call the lottery or sweepstakes company directly to see if you won. Report PCH imposters to their hotline at Check to see if you won a lottery. Call the North American Association of State and Provincial Lotteries at or your local state lottery agency. Do an internet search of the company, name, or phone number of the person who contacted you. Law enforcement does not call and award prizes. Talk to a trusted family member or your bank.
They may be able to help you stay in control of your money in the face of fraudster pressure. Examine the ATM Look for signs of alteration:
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