Resources & Forms
Policies, documents, and forms for LPL faculty, staff, and students (including administrative support documents/policies/forms, promotion and tenure and other faculty policies, and links to Business Office services).
The Academic and Administrative Support Office is the place to go when you’re not sure where to find something at LPL, or whom to ask. In addition to academic affairs, we can help you with directory updates, directions for accessing and using the LPL Academic Resource Scheduler (LARS) for room, equipment, and reservations scheduling, photocopying, shipping and mail services, and more.
Business Office / Grants, Proposals, Export Control
The LPL Business Office provides assistance and expertise regarding purchasing, grants & contracts, building maintenance and repair, human resources, copy PIN numbers, telephone access accounts, new telephone requests (and moves), inventory, surplus, payroll, and more.
Computing at LPL
LPL Systems provides the networking, system administration, and computing support necessary to enable LPL to fulfill its objectives.
The LPL Library was established by Gerard P. Kuiper in 1962 as a reading room and ready-reference collection serving the LPL faculty, staff, and graduate students.
Space Imagery Center
The Space Imagery Center at the Lunar and Planetary Laboratory, University of Arizona, is a research collection of NASA planetary photography, cartographic products, and technical documentation. Established in 1977, the Center is one of 17 NASA Regional Planetary Image Facilities around the world. These facilities collect and disseminate planetary mission data to local scientists, students, educators and the media.
The Teaching Teams Program provides dynamic resources for learning and instruction at the University of Arizona. The Teaching Teams approach to learning, curriculum building, and instruction is easy to use, and is successful across disciplines. It is the oldest and largest program of its kind on campus.