Wildcats at Work

UA CKI contributed 442 service hours this semester through more than 20 service projects!


Meeting Days for Spring 2014 have changed!!!

Next meeting: Tuesday, January 21st at 7:30 pm in the Copper Room of the Student Union.

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Fun Facts...

UA CKI is a member of the CKI Southwest District.


CKI is the largest student community service organization in the world!













Service. Leadership. Fellowship.


Thank you for visiting the University of Arizona Circle K International club website. As a part of the greater Kiwanis family here in Tucson, Arizona, as well as the CKI Southwest District, we welcome you to our campus. U of A Circle K International is a service organization dedicated to improving our local, national, and global community. All information regarding club information, activities, and affiliations is accesible through our website. We hope that you will consider becoming a member of our club and join us in service, leadership, and fellowhip.

What our club does...

The University of Arizona Chapter of Circle K International is dedicated to the tenets of the organization: service, leadership, and fellowship.

UA Circle K International upholds the tenet of service in its commitment to serving the local Tucson community, our nation, and the global community of which it is a part. UA CKI is especially supportive of the following organizations:

Beads of Courage, Ben's Bells, Tucson Community Food Bank, Ronald McDonald House, and UNICEF, as well as other various local nursing homes, shelters, and humanitarian organizations.

As a student organization of the university, UA CKI demonstrates leadership on campus. Inspiring students to commit to a life of service and providing opportunities for students to make decisions that directly affect their communities, UA CKI is a witness to leadership.

Fellowship is also an important aspect of UA CKI. Joining hands together to serve our community, the members of UA CKI represent a family bound by a common sense of trust, encouragement, and friendship.