The University of Arizona is committed to implementing family-friendly practices and ensuring that information regarding employee resources is shared broadly and regularly.
We recognize the importance and benefits of promoting a family-friendly work environment. This includes providing spaces for families to care for infants, children, and adults, including lactation spaces for parents/providers and their infants.
The University of Arizona campus map provides details and locations for:
- Changing Station (Men's Restroom)
- Changing Station (Women's Restroom)
- Family Restroom
- Lactation Space
- High Chair
- Adult Changing Stations
If you are a building manager and have questions about lactation spaces, review these resources and frequently asked questions.
Frequently Asked Questions - Lactation Spaces for Users
Lactation Room is a space for UArizona’s lactating employees, students, and visitors who need a private space to feed an infant and/or pump.
Lactation Rooms are NOT for lounging, studying, sleeping, or other activities.
Most spaces are accessible. Please check the Family Resource Map for more information to confirm if a space is ADA accessible.
Many rooms have a keypad code, which you will need to get from the front desk. Others are walk-in accessible with a lock inside. Instructions for each space are available on the Family Resource Map or on the Mamava App.
At a minimum, all Lactation Rooms have a table/desk, chair, and outlet. Most spaces have paper towels, a sink, a refrigerator, and cleaning supplies. All Mamava Pods have seating, an outlet, and adjustable lighting and airflow via the app. You can check out pictures of each space on the Mamava App!
No. Lactation Spaces are first come, first serve.
There are posted guidelines in each space with contact information to report any concerns or issues.