Discover the notable alumni of The University Of Arizona. The list includes people like Bob Dole, Kourtney Kardashian, Nicole Richie, Kristen Wiig & Steve Kerr. This list of notable alumni is loosely sorted by popularity and has people from different domains of life, such as sportspersons, film & theater personalities, writers, fashion and miscellaneous etc.
Kourtney KardashianKourtney Kardashian
18 April 1979, American
Model, Reality Star
Steve KerrSteve Kerr
27 September 1965, Lebanese, American
Basketball Player

Nicole RichieNicole Richie
21 September 1981, American
Fashion Designer

Kristen WiigKristen Wiig
22 August 1973, American

David Foster WallaceDavid Foster Wallace
21 February 1962, American

Craig T. NelsonCraig T. Nelson
04 April 1944, American
Garry ShandlingGarry Shandling
29 November 1949, American
Stand-up Comedian

Jerry BruckheimerJerry Bruckheimer
21 September 1943, American
Film & TV Producer

Bob DoleBob Dole
22 July 1923, American
Politician, Lawyer

Geraldo RiveraGeraldo Rivera
04 July 1943, American
Richard JeffersonRichard Jefferson
21 June 1980, American

Barbara KingsolverBarbara Kingsolver
08 April 1955, American
Novelist, Poet, Essayist
Christine WoodsChristine Woods
03 September 1983, American

Dexter KeatonDexter Keaton
1995 AD, American
Daughter of Diane Keaton

Stanley JohnsonStanley Johnson
1996 AD, American
Basketball Player
Barry Morris GoldwaterBarry Morris Goldwater
02 January 1909, American
Former United States Senator

Andre IguodalaAndre Iguodala
28 January 1984, American
Basketball player
Bob BaffertBob Baffert
13 January 1953, American
American horse trainer

Gilbert ArenasGilbert Arenas
06 January 1982, American
Basketball player, Blogger

Luke WaltonLuke Walton
28 March 1980, American
Basketball player, Basketball coach
Rande GerberRande Gerber
27 April 1962, American

Mike BibbyMike Bibby
13 May 1978, American
Basketball player
Jason TerryJason Terry
15 September 1977, American
Basketball player

Adam HousleyAdam Housley
13 August 1972, American
Correspondent, Baseball player, Journalist

Kurt BuschKurt Busch
04 August 1978, American
Racecar driver

Bo WelchBo Welch
30 November 1951, American
Film director, Screenwriter
Dick ScobeeDick Scobee
19 May 1939, American
Officer, Astronaut
Lew AyresLew Ayres
28 December 1908, American

Denise AustinDenise Austin
13 February 1957, American

Amanda BeardAmanda Beard
29 October 1981, American
Swimmer, Model

Stuart RoosaStuart Roosa
16 August 1933, American
Officer, Astronaut, Aviator
Brian SchmidtBrian Schmidt
24 February 1967, Australian, American
Astronomer, University teacher

Aline Kominsky-CrumbAline Kominsky-Crumb
01 August 1948, American
Comics artist

Sherman FairchildSherman Fairchild
07 April 1896, American
Aerospace engineer, Engineer, Financier,

Joseph M. AcabaJoseph M. Acaba
17 May 1967, Puerto Rican
Astronaut, Teacher, Mathematician

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Guy ConsolmagnoGuy Consolmagno
19 September 1952, American
Astronomer, School teacher, Writer, Planetary
David Douglas DuncanDavid Douglas Duncan
23 January 1916, American
Officer, War photographer, Photojournalist,

Founded in 1885, University of Arizona or UA as it is popularly called, is a public research university in Tuscon, Arizona. With an average enrollment of over 43,000 students, the university offers graduate, post graduate, doctoral and professional degrees in 334 areas of study. Being considered a ‘selective’ university, UA is very particular about the students who study there, so much so that many freshmen who join the university are usually National Merit Scholars. With a diverse student body wherein students from 114 countries are represented, teaching, research and innovation knows no boundaries in University of Arizona. Handpicked students of course need a panel of competent faculty who will help them expand their horizons academically; the faculty in UA consists of distinguished academics including Pulitzer and Nobel Prize winners. The university was ranked 124th among National Universities by U.S News & World Report in 2017. The main university campus occupies a sprawling 380 acres in central Tuscon and offers various programs in the fields of arts, humanities, space sciences, medicine, business and so many other unique programs. Besides excellence in academics, the University of Arizona is renowned for its athletes who have excelled in various sports such as basketball, baseball and softball. Many celebrated personalities have attended UA, such as John Hughes, Kourtney Kardashian, Kristen Wiig and so on. Here is a list of some notable alumni of the University of Arizona.