While the course is technically taught by the University of Arizona’s Department of Russian and Slavic Studies, it is offered via the Outreach College. This allows us more flexibility in the Course’s Start/End dates and the opportunity to utilize any learning platform that the instructor/department feel is necessary. This also provides non-resident and international students the ability to earn university credit through the Course’s 100% online format. Current University of Arizona Students will receive regular credits, just as if they had taken the “on-campus” course .


Admission Process

You must be admitted to the University or Arizona as a degree or non-degree student before you can take any courses for credit.

Undergraduate Students:

  1. Not admitted? Download the Undergraduate Admissions Form or the Undergraduate International Admissions Form.

  1. Mail the form to UA Distance Learning with your payment as indicated on the form. Do this as soon as possible. Don't fax this form; your original signature is required.

Contact UA Outreach College:

By Phone

520-621-7724 or 1-800-955-UofA (8632) from 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.,

Monday through Friday. TTY: 520-626-8550.

By Email


In Person

UA Outreach College, University Services Building, 888 North Euclid Avenue, Third floor, Room 322. Open from 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday.

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By Mail

The University of Arizona
Outreach College
P.O. Box 210158
Tucson, AZ 85721-0158

By Fax


Werewolves & Vampires: Slavic Folklore in our Culture

RSSS 315 (Section 910)

Department of Russian and Slavic Studies • 305 Learning Services Building • University of Arizona • Tucson, AZ 85721-0105 • (520) 621-7341