Bus pass program

University of Arizona students, faculty and staff are invited to participate in Sun Tran and the UA's bus pass program.

Subsidized by the UA, three U-Pass options are on sale now at less than half the cost of regular bus fare. Because the university's subsidy fund is limited, passes will be sold only as long as funds are available.

The $40 Fall Semester U-Pass is valid now through December 31. The $65 Academic U-Pass is valid now through May 12, 1996, and the $105 Annual U-Pass is valid now through August 11, 1996. The passes will be sold throughout the year at prorated amounts. Also available are University Express Stickers, which allow U-Pass holders to ride any 100-series express route without paying the 25-cent surcharge. University Express stickers are $30 for the Fall Semester U-Pass, $60 for the Academic U-Pass and $80 for the Annual U-Pass.

U-Passes are available now through September 1 at the McKale Center.

For more information, call 621-1800 or 792-9222.

Volunteers needed

The UA's Center for Disability Related Resources is looking for student volunteers to help provide a variety of services ranging from note-taking to wheelchair tennis or basketball.

The center provides services for students who are blind, visually impaired, deaf or physically handicapped.

Volunteers are needed to take notes, dictate books on audio tape and assist students in the library or student union. Volunteers may also help with informal therapy sessions or wheelchair sports.

Volunteers can contact Donna Lee at 621-3268 or Cheryl Shott at 621-9170.

Traditions course

The Arizona Archaeological and Historical Society will be offering a three-week class on Hispanic and Native American traditions and beliefs.

The class will be taught by Jim Griffith, author and director of the UA's Library Southwest Folklore Center. The class will meet on September 13, 20 and 27 at the Arizona State Museum. The fee for the class is $25 for Society members and $35 for non-members.

To register call Diane Wright 797-1248.

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