Feb. 22, 1922
Founded for the purpose of preserving the unity and welfare of the University of Arizona by always being alert to guide it in the right direction.
A Bobcat's first loyalty is to the University of Arizona, therefore "Eternal Vigilance" is their motto.
An open, frank, sincere and unbiased group that knows no party lines, harbors no petty jealousies and idolizes the person who has the welfare of the University of Arizona at heart.
Spring 2023 Events
- Evening of Excellence, April 25
- Bobcats Pinning, April 28
- Spring Meeting, April 29
Apply to be a Bobcat
2023-24 applications are now closed!
The 13 spouts on the Berger Memorial Fountain on the west side of Old Main represent the 13 University of Arizona students that were killed in service during World War I. The Bobcats is a senior honorary that was formed after the war with 13 seniors to protect the heritage and traditions of the university.
Gifts to the Bobcat endowment help support this student experience which pledges “Eternal Vigilance” to the university. A Bobcat’s experience begins as a senior and is carried on through a lifelong dedication to the support and advancement of the UArizona.
Alumni Advisory Board
Doug Kunath '98 — President
Angie Johnson '97 — Vice President
Devin Sreecharana '08 — Treasurer
Devin Gregory '13 — Bobcat Alumni Awards
Gilbert Davidson '97
Steven Eddy '05
Lloyd Fox '89
Emily May '13
Flip May '80
Earl Mendenhall '77
Kent Rollins '85
Marc Acuña '05 — ex-officio
Ryan Harper '04 — ex-officio
Honorary Bobcat Awards
Nominees for Honorary Bobcat should be graduates or employees (graduates or not) of the University of Arizona. The nominee should be someone who has given excellent service, has made a significant contribution and brought honor or recognition to our alma mater, and who you believe will make the commitment to our motto of Eternal Vigilance.