Campus Services

Campus Computer Labs

Campus Recreation Services

Campus Recreation includes weight training, swimming pool, lap pool, diving pool, sports programs, and clubs available for student use on campus.

Campus Store

Purchase all your class and lab essentials (and nonessentials), drop off mail, and reenergize with some Starbucks at the Campus Store. Learn what you can get at the Campus Store here!

University Campus Store

270 South 1500 East SLC, UT 84112 • Contact the Store • 801-581-6326

Career & Professional Development Center

Your one stop shop for discovery and expanded awareness of the world of work. Currently offering personal coaching, resume reviews, networking secrets, internship connections, career fairs and a whole lot more. Learn more here.

201 S. 1460 E., Room 350 • careerservices@sa.utah.edu • 801-581-6186

Childcare Coordinating Services

The University of Utah Center for Child Care and Family Resources offers services to assist University students, faculty and staff in their search for quality child care services. Learn more about these services here.

Center for Child Care and Family Resources

A. Ray Olpin Union (200 S. Central Campus Drive) Room 408 • childcare@sa.utah.edu • 801-585-7466

Health Sciences Education Building

26 S. 2000 E., Room 2907 • vdespain@sa.utah.edu • 801-585-5897

Dining Services

Housing & Residential Education

Housing & Residential Education serves the U by encouraging, facilitating, and supporting the learning and development of all residents while creating an inclusive and safe living environment. Learn more about housing opportunities here.

Benchmark Plaza (Building 822), 5 Heritage Center • info@housing.utah.edu • 801-587-2002

J. Willard Marriott Library

The Marriott Library has both online and onsite services available to students. Utilize the One Button Studio or Course Reserves!

295 South 1500 East • Contact the Library! • 801-581-8558

Office of the Dean of Students

The Office of the Dean of Students is ready to assist students, family members, and community members with questions, issues and concerns on support, advocacy, involvement, and community standards. Learn more.

Dean of Students Office

A. Ray Olpin Union (200 S. Central Campus Drive) Room 270 • kclarken@sa.utah.edu • 801-581-7066

Parking and Commuter Services

Commuter Services helps with all things regarding parking, tickets, and campus shuttles. Learn more here.

1901 E. South Campus Drive, Room 101 • 801-581-6415

Print & Mail Services

Print & Mail Services is the University’s document and communication solutions provider. Get your presentation posters, thesis/dissertations, t-shirts, photos and more printed here!

V. Randall Turpin University Service Building, Room 135

1795 E. South Campus Drive, Room 135 SLC • uprint@utah.edu • 801-581-6171

UCard

The University of Utah UCard offers one standardized source of identification and access for the institution ensuring convenience, security, and simplicity. Learn more about the UCard and services here.

Union UCard Office

A. Ray Olpin Union (200 S. Central Campus Drive) Room 158 • 801-585-6148

University Hospital UCard Office

School of Medicine, Room AC 143C • 801-581-5955

University Police

The University’s police officers patrol the campus 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. They provide any police related services needed on campus. Our officers are fully certified Utah state police officers. The police department is backed by a security staff of over 70 people. Their job is to protect the students, staff, faculty and visitors to campus as well as the University’s physical assets. They do so by monitoring and responding to alarms, controlling access to university facilities, high-visibility patrol of work spaces and parking areas, and after dark escorts to those who request it. If you need help because your car won’t start, or you’ve locked your keys in the car, they can help with that, too.

Calls for police or security service are answered by our dispatch office, which is always staffed and ready to respond to requests for help or service. Immediate police or security response is available by calling the main dispatch number, (801) 585-COPS (2677).

We offer a variety of programs and information to help the University community deal with public safety issues. If you would like a presentation on any safety or security related topic, please call Sgt. Garth Smith at (801) 585-1194.

University Testing Center

The Testing Center is a unit of the University Counseling Center and Student Affairs. You can use their services for testing admissions, proctoring, placement, college credit, and learning disabilities/ADHD. Learn more here.

Student Services Building

201 South 1460 East Room 498 • testingcenter@sa.utah.edu • 801-581-8733

University Writing Centers

The Writing Center provides FREE individual consultations with peer tutors on papers from all disciplines – not just writing classes.Learn more here.

Marriott Library Writing Center (2nd Floor, Room 2701) • Writing Center (SFEBB Room 1171) • Graduate Writing Center (Marriott Library, Room 1180B)

Health & Wellness

Center for Disability & Access

The Center for Disability & Access is dedicated to students with disabilities by providing the opportunity for success and equal access at the University of Utah. We are committed to providing reasonable accommodations as outlined by Federal and State law. We also strive to create an inclusive, safe and respectful environment. By promoting awareness, knowledge and equity, we aspire to impact positive change within individuals and the campus community.

The Center for Disability & Access is the designated office at the University of Utah which evaluates disability documentation, determines eligibility, and implements reasonable accommodations for enrolled students as guided by Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act, the Americans with Disabilities Act, and University policy.

A. Ray Olpin Union (200 S. Central Campus Drive) Room 162 • info@disability.utah.edu • 801-581-5020

Center for Student Wellness

The Center for Student Wellness is your portal for information, resources and solutions for wellness-related issues. Services include (but are not limited to):

Eccles Student Life Center (1836 Student Life Way) Suite 2100 SLC, UT 84112 • wellness@sa.utah.edu • 801-581-7776

Educational Assessment and Student Support Clinic

Educational Assessment and Student Support Clinic (EASSC) is the mental healthcare services clinic run through the Educational Psychology Department in the College of Education. They offer low- or no-cost counseling to individuals and couples who are students, as well offering services on a sliding-scale fee to people who are not students at the U. EASSC also offers testing and assessment for things like ADHD, learning disabilities, and other psychological evaluation services.

Business Classroom Building (1635 Campus Center Drive) Ste. 401 • Contact the Clinic!

Feed U Pantry

The University of Utah food pantry aims to minimize hunger among students and their families by providing free, accessible, and nutritious food, so they may focus on being healthy, happy, and successful without the barrier of fighting hunger.Learn more about Feed U here.

A. Ray Olpin Union Basement (200 S. Central Campus Drive) • feedufoodpantry@gmail.comHours Posted Online

Office of Equal Opportunity & Affirmative Action

The Office of Equal Opportunity And Affirmative Action (OEO/AA) is a professional resource dedicated to the University of Utah’s commitment to provide a fair and equitable environment for individuals to pursue their academic and professional endeavors and to equally access University programs. In order to further this commitment, the OEO/AA is responsible for ensuring University practices and nondiscrimination policies are in full compliance with all federal, state and local anti-discrimination laws, and provide processes to fairly and effectively resolve complaints, provide reasonable accommodations, and to make appropriate corrections. The OEO/AA acts as a point of contact with state and federal agencies that enforce anti-discrimination laws. In addition, the OEO/AA assists the University in meeting its commitment to achieving a truly integrated and diverse work force by preparing the University’s Affirmative Action plans, monitoring and reporting on their effectiveness, and by acting as a resource for University department’s in their recruitment processes.

The Director of the OEO/AA, serves as the University’s Title IX Coordinator and is responsible to oversee the University’s response to reports and complaints that involve possible sex discrimination to monitor outcomes, identify and address any patterns, and assess effects on the campus climate so the University can address issues that affect the wider school community.

The Director also serves as the University’s ADA/Section 504 Coordinator and is responsible to oversee the University’s efforts to comply with the ADA and Sections 503 and 504 of the Rehabilitation Act; to ensure that University programs and facilities are accessible for faculty, staff, and student employment, as well as for public access for University health care, services, and programs; and to provide prompt and equitable processes for responding to requests for reasonable accommodations and for resolving complaints.

The OEO/AA is responsible for ensuring compliance with the following University policies:
Policy 5-106, Equal Opportunity and Nondiscrimination Employment
Policy 5-107, Sexual Harassment and Consensual Relationships
Policy 1-012, Interim University Policy 1-012: Sexual Misconduct: Sexual Assault Dating Violence, Domestic Violence, and Stalking, Prevention and Response. Rev 1.
Policy 5-117, ADA Policy, Reasonable Accommodation and Access
Policy 5-210, Discrimination and Sexual Harassment Complaint Policy

The OEO/AA provides the following services:

Sherrie Hayashi

Director • 201 S. Presidents Circle, Room 135 • sherrie.hayashi@utah.edu • 801-581-8365

Office for Inclusive Excellence

The Office for Inclusive Excellence‘s mission is to engage, support, and advance a living, learning, and working environment that fosters respect, diversity, equity, inclusivity, and academic excellence for students in our increasingly global campus community.

Report a Bias Incident

A. Ray Olpin Union (200 S. Central Campus Drive) Room 270 • respectu@utah.edu • 801-585-5994

Salt Lake City Police Department

Non-Emergency – 801-799-3000
General Information – 801-799-3100
Victim Advocate Hotline – 801-580-7969

Student Health Center

Feeling sick? Interested in health insurance? Traveling to distant lands and need a medical consultation? Call the Student Health Center NOW for an appointment! Same-day and next day appointments are usually available.

555 Foothill Drive, Level 1 • debra.elmer@utah.edu • 801-581-6431

Student Homelessness Task Force

The Student Homelessness Task Force provides direct service and referrals to assist students experiencing homelessness, those who are displaced, or believe they may be homeless soon. The SHTF aims to provide short-term assistance to help alleviate the effects of homelessness. These services assist in providing temporary housing, assistance finding funding resources and food, and more. If you are currently homeless or displaced or anticipating an issue with housing, please visit the website above and follow the steps within.

Amy.Bergerson@utah.edu • 801-587-2269

University Counseling Center

UCC provides developmental, preventive, and therapeutic services and programs that promote the intellectual, emotional, cultural, and social development of University of Utah students.

Student Services Building(201 South 1460 East) Room 426 • Contact the Counseling Center! • 801-581-6826

University Police

The University’s police officers patrol the campus 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. They provide any police related services needed on campus. Our officers are fully certified Utah state police officers. The police department is backed by a security staff of over 70 people. Their job is to protect the students, staff, faculty and visitors to campus as well as the University’s physical assets. They do so by monitoring and responding to alarms, controlling access to university facilities, high-visibility patrol of work spaces and parking areas, and after dark escorts to those who request it. If you need help because your car won’t start, or you’ve locked your keys in the car, they can help with that, too.

Calls for police or security service are answered by our dispatch office, which is always staffed and ready to respond to requests for help or service. Immediate police or security response is available by calling the main dispatch number, (801) 585-COPS (2677).

We offer a variety of programs and information to help the University community deal with public safety issues. If you would like a presentation on any safety or security related topic, please call Sgt. Garth Smith at (801) 585-1194.

Emotional Resources

Educational Assessment and Student Support Clinic

Educational Assessment and Student Support Clinic (EASSC) is the mental healthcare services clinic run through the Educational Psychology Department in the College of Education. They offer low- or no-cost counseling to individuals and couples who are students, as well offering services on a sliding-scale fee to people who are not students at the U. EASSC also offers testing and assessment for things like ADHD, learning disabilities, and other psychological evaluation services.

Business Classroom Building (1635 Campus Center Drive) Ste. 401 • Contact the Clinic!

End Rape on Campus

End Rape on Campus (EROC) works to end campus sexual violence through direct support for survivors and their communities; prevention through education; and policy reform at the campus, local, state, and federal levels.

Rape, Abuse, Incest National Network

Rape, Abuse, Incest National Network (RAINN) is the nation’s largest anti-sexual violence organization. RAINN created and operates the National Sexual Assault Hotline (800.656.HOPE, online.rainn.org y rainn.org/es) in partnership with more than 1,000 local sexual assault service providers across the country and operates the DoD Safe Helpline for the Department of Defense. RAINN also carries out programs to prevent sexual violence, help victims, and ensure that perpetrators are brought to justice.

University Counseling Center

UCC provides developmental, preventive, and therapeutic services and programs that promote the intellectual, emotional, cultural, and social development of University of Utah students.

Student Services Building(201 South 1460 East) Room 426 • Contact the Counseling Center! • 801-581-6826

University Police

The University’s police officers patrol the campus 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. They provide any police related services needed on campus. Our officers are fully certified Utah state police officers. The police department is backed by a security staff of over 70 people. Their job is to protect the students, staff, faculty and visitors to campus as well as the University’s physical assets. They do so by monitoring and responding to alarms, controlling access to university facilities, high-visibility patrol of work spaces and parking areas, and after dark escorts to those who request it. If you need help because your car won’t start, or you’ve locked your keys in the car, they can help with that, too.

Calls for police or security service are answered by our dispatch office, which is always staffed and ready to respond to requests for help or service. Immediate police or security response is available by calling the main dispatch number, (801) 585-COPS (2677).

We offer a variety of programs and information to help the University community deal with public safety issues. If you would like a presentation on any safety or security related topic, please call Sgt. Garth Smith at (801) 585-1194.

Utah Coalition Against Sexual Assault

The Utah Coalition Against Sexual Assault (UCASA) engages individuals and organizations in local and statewide collaborations to strengthen the effectiveness of sexual violence education, prevention and response in Utah.

Utah Rape Recovery Center

The Utah Rape Recovery Center‘s mission is to empower those victimized by sexual violence through advocacy, crisis intervention, and therapy and to educate the community about the cause, impact, and prevention of sexual violence. Their philosophy is that every person victimized by sexual violence is treated with dignity and respect and is empowered to work toward recovery.
24-Hour Crisis Line: 801-467-7273

Utah Suicide Hotlines

Ogden – Serving Davis, Morgan, & Weber Counties, Weber Mental Health

Crisis/Suicide Prevention Hotline 24/7 • 801-625-3700

Orem

Crisis Line of Utah County 24/7 • 801-226-4433

Provo – Wasatch Mental Health

Crisis Line 24/7 • 801-373-7393

Salt Lake City – Salt Lake, Summit & Tooele Counties, Valley Mental Health

Crisis Line 24/7 • 801-261-1442

More help here

Victim Advocates

Jodi Petersen and Darrah Jones are certified victim advocates and can be reached at 801-581-7779, wellness@sa.utah.edu or by visiting their office Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. in the Student Services Building, Room 330. Their services are free and confidential.

Petersen believes that violence is the cornerstone to the oppression of marginalized populations, this is why she has dedicated her career helping victims of abuse and violence. Petersen spent eight years with the West Valley City prosecutor’s office as a court advocate. She wanted to become more involved with sexual violence cases, so she joined the Mobile Response Crisis Team for the Salt Lake City Police Department and was there for four years. For the past three years, Petersen worked for the Utah Coalition Against Sexual Assault as their Sexual Assault Training and Services Coordinator.

Jones started working with survivors at a treatment center for young women with trauma history. She then worked as a victim advocate/youth case manager at a domestic violence shelter. Jones’ passion for social justice and civil rights are the motivating force behind her work. Her goals are to use her career and influence to take an intersectional approach to social oppression through education and advocacy. In her free time, Jones enjoys any and all things relating to “Harry Potter” and exploring the food culture in the city.

Learn more about your victim advocates here.

Resource Centers & Organizations

Associated Students of the U of U

ASUU provides assistance with on-campus Childcare, Tutoring and Legal services for students. They host free concerts, food, movies, dances and parties for students, as well as engaging lectures and service projects.

A. Ray Olpin Union (200 S. Central Campus Drive) Room 234 • info@sauu.utah.edu • 801-581-2788

Center for Disability & Access

The Center for Disability & Access is dedicated to students with disabilities by providing the opportunity for success and equal access at the University of Utah. We are committed to providing reasonable accommodations as outlined by Federal and State law. We also strive to create an inclusive, safe and respectful environment. By promoting awareness, knowledge and equity, we aspire to impact positive change within individuals and the campus community.

The Center for Disability & Access is the designated office at the University of Utah which evaluates disability documentation, determines eligibility, and implements reasonable accommodations for enrolled students as guided by Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act, the Americans with Disabilities Act, and University policy.

A. Ray Olpin Union (200 S. Central Campus Drive) Room 162 • info@disability.utah.edu • 801-581-5020

Center for Student Wellness

The Center for Student Wellness is your portal for information, resources and solutions for wellness-related issues. Services include (but are not limited to):

Eccles Student Life Center (1836 Student Life Way) Suite 2100 • wellness@sa.utah.edu • 801-581-7776

Diversity & Careers

This is a central hub dedicated to supporting the advancement of women, minorities, LGBT individuals and people with disabilities secure careers and grow in their industry.

International Student & Scholar Services

The University of Utah is comprised of a highly diverse community of people, including students and scholars from across the world. The International Student & Scholar Services office serves as the primary campus contact for international students, scholars, and alumni.

A. Ray Olpin Union (200 S. Central Campus Drive) Room 410 • international@utah.edu • 801-581-8876

Office of the Dean of Students

The Office of the Dean of Students is ready to assist students, family members, and community members with questions, issues and concerns on support, advocacy, involvement, and community standards. Learn more.

Dean of Students Office

200 Couth Central Campus Drive, Room 270 • kclarken@sa.utah.edu • 801-581-7066

Office of Engagement

Success in college can never start too early. From preschool and kindergarten all the way through high school, there are things we can do today that will help prepare our young minds for higher education—no matter what stage they may be at now. The U’s Office of Engagement connects community with the promises of higher education in important ways—through first helping young people IMAGINE and really believe they can go to college, then by mentoring and preparing them through the process, and finally by helping them DO—fostering real achievement though counseling, engagement, and the creation of a safe space to learn and discover.

Annex Building (1901 E. South Campus Drive) #1215 • Contact the Office of Engagement! • 801-587-2997

Office of Equal Opportunity & Affirmative Action

The Office of Equal Opportunity And Affirmative Action (OEO/AA) is a professional resource dedicated to the University of Utah’s commitment to provide a fair and equitable environment for individuals to pursue their academic and professional endeavors and to equally access University programs. In order to further this commitment, the OEO/AA is responsible for ensuring University practices and nondiscrimination policies are in full compliance with all federal, state and local anti-discrimination laws, and provide processes to fairly and effectively resolve complaints, provide reasonable accommodations, and to make appropriate corrections. The OEO/AA acts as a point of contact with state and federal agencies that enforce anti-discrimination laws. In addition, the OEO/AA assists the University in meeting its commitment to achieving a truly integrated and diverse work force by preparing the University’s Affirmative Action plans, monitoring and reporting on their effectiveness, and by acting as a resource for University department’s in their recruitment processes.

The Director of the OEO/AA, serves as the University’s Title IX Coordinator and is responsible to oversee the University’s response to reports and complaints that involve possible sex discrimination to monitor outcomes, identify and address any patterns, and assess effects on the campus climate so the University can address issues that affect the wider school community.

The Director also serves as the University’s ADA/Section 504 Coordinator and is responsible to oversee the University’s efforts to comply with the ADA and Sections 503 and 504 of the Rehabilitation Act; to ensure that University programs and facilities are accessible for faculty, staff, and student employment, as well as for public access for University health care, services, and programs; and to provide prompt and equitable processes for responding to requests for reasonable accommodations and for resolving complaints.

The OEO/AA is responsible for ensuring compliance with the following University policies:
Policy 5-106, Equal Opportunity and Nondiscrimination Employment
Policy 5-107, Sexual Harassment and Consensual Relationships
Policy 1-012, Interim University Policy 1-012: Sexual Misconduct: Sexual Assault Dating Violence, Domestic Violence, and Stalking, Prevention and Response. Rev 1.
Policy 5-117, ADA Policy, Reasonable Accommodation and Access
Policy 5-210, Discrimination and Sexual Harassment Complaint Policy

The OEO/AA provides the following services:

Sherrie Hayashi

Director • 201 S. Presidents Circle, Room 135 • sherrie.hayashi@utah.edu • 801-581-8365

Personal Money Management Center

Learn more about money management and get confidential financial counseling.

A. Ray Olpin Union (200 S. Central Campus Drive) Room 317 • pmmc@sa.utah.edu • 801-585-7379

Student Affairs

You will find that your college experience will be greatly enriched if you take the opportunity to become actively engaged both inside the classroom and in the rich array of extracurricular programs and services available at the University of Utah. With nearly 200 student clubs and organizations, an array of recreational activities, intramural sports clubs and teams, and countless lectures, concerts and speakers, there truly is something for everyone. You can enhance your leadership skills, learn a new language, start a different hobby or participate in unlimited service activities. The staff in the Division of Student Affairs is here to help with whatever problem you may have and to assist your development in ways you might never have thought possible. College is a time to explore and expand your horizons and we look forward to helping you navigate your new University of Utah home! — Vice President Barb Snyder

201 Presidents Circle Room 206 • twest@sa.utah.edu • 801-581-7793

Student Leadership & Involvement

By offering a variety of events, programs and services, Student Leadership & Involvement at the University of Utah incites students to action, encourages engagement in campus and community service, and provide opportunities that enrich and support personal and academic growth and development, which culminates in a lifelong commitment to effective leadership.

A. Ray Olpin Union (200 S. Central Campus Drive) • leadership@utah.edu • 801-581-7526

University Counseling Center

UCC provides developmental, preventive, and therapeutic services and programs that promote the intellectual, emotional, cultural, and social development of University of Utah students.

Student Services Building(201 South 1460 East) Room 426 • Contact the Counseling Center! • 801-581-6826

Veterans Support Center

Transition to campus life can be challenging for non-traditional students, such as Veterans. These challenges are even more pronounced for student Veterans who are often returning from the strict regimes of combat service abroad to the unfamiliar environment of campus and classrooms. The Center is staffed by student Veterans who are committed to providing their fellow Veterans with the most useful and current information available to assist them with this transition. The Center maintains relationships with university counseling, tutoring centers, and ASUU to ensure that student Veterans have a personal contact within these organizations when they find that they are in need of services. The Center serves as a drop-in location for study and discussion, as well as a place to develop contacts and friendships among the university’s student Veterans. The Center will soon begin work with the Trio Office on campus to bring the Veterans Upward Bound Program to the University of Utah. This U.S Department of Education program is designed to motivate and assist Veterans in the development of academic and other requisite skills necessary for success in a program of postsecondary education.

A. Ray Olpin Union (200 S. Central Campus Drive) Room 418 • vetcenter@sa.utah.edu • 801-587-7722

Women’s Resource Center

The Women’s Resource Center (WRC) at the University of Utah serves as the central resource for educational and support services for women. Honoring the complexities of women’s identities, the WRC facilitates choices and changes through programs, counseling, and training grounded in a commitment to advance social justice and equality.

A. Ray Olpin Union (200 S. Central Campus Drive) Room 411 • nwobbe-espinoza@sa.utah.edu • 801-581-8030

Learning Communities

ACCESS Program for Women in Science & Mathematics

If you are a woman interested in studying science and math in college, the ACCESS Program can help you jump-start your education, make friends, and work with leading scientists–and did we mention that it’s a great way to help pay for school?

Janae Bird

ACCESS Program Coordinatorbird@science.utah.edu • 801-581-6958

African American Doctoral Scholars Initiative

Many African American doctoral students upon graduating are only prepared to conduct research. Many institutions do not require that students publish their work, teach courses, develop syllabi, or submit grant proposals. Yet, to be a successful candidate, students prior to graduation have to be able to demonstrate these skills in order to be competitive on the job market. We recognize these gaps and want students to be prepared for 3/3 of their job.

The African American Doctoral Scholars Initiative provides a scholarly community and educational services for African American doctoral students at the University of Utah. These competitive scholarships are awarded annually to full-time African American doctoral students who demonstrate significant potential for leadership, scholarship, and active engagement in their respective disciplines and who also demonstrate a commitment to understanding Black life, history, and culture in the United States. The Initiative prepares African American doctoral students for academic, industry, and entrepreneurial careers through faculty mentoring, advising and professional development.

Deniece Dortch, Ph.D.

Program Manager & Postdoctoral Research Fellowaadsi@utah.edu • 801-581-6064

Beacon Scholars

The Office of Engagement’s Beacon Scholars program is designed to provide First Generation University of Utah students with a small community on campus. Through this community students support each other in achieving academic success as well as staying connected throughout their educational careers. Beacon scholars engage at the university and in their own communities, inspiring future generations to strive to achieve higher education. Students engage in their communities with their ideas, passions, and perseverance in order to make a difference. Students design and direct their own projects building their leadership and programming skills with the freedom to dream big and “fail forward.”

Block U

Take full advantage of your time at the University of Utah by enrolling in our BlockU program. Courses are organized thematically to maximize your learning and they are selected in a way to create flexibility in your personal schedule. Your BlockU experience is designed to help you be successful taking 15 credit hours per semester — which will help you finish your degree sooner! In many cases, participating in two consecutive BlockU semesters will clear your General Education requirements. You will be enrolled in a small learning community course and two additional required courses. These courses are taught by exceptional faculty who will help you integrate your learning experiences. You will have access to peer mentors, a dedicated advisor, a dedicated librarian, and a student success advocate.

Business Scholars

The Business Scholars program at the University of Utah gives high-achieving students an honors-level introduction to the various business disciplines. With an emphasis on experiential learning, Business Scholars work with top faculty members to explore the challenges facing companies in marketing, entrepreneurship, accounting, finance, data analytics, and management. Business Scholars have the unique opportunity to travel regionally and internationally to meet and interact with business leaders from the companies that they study. Business Scholars can take Honors and Business Scholars specific courses, ensuring smaller class sizes and a more personalized experience.

Honors College

Honors College provides an intimate liberal arts and sciences education, including rigorous coursework and living-learning cohorts, while offering opportunities for independent research and working closely with top researchers and scholars.

LEAP

LEAP is a two semester course that enables new students to transition more confidently to college and to play an active role in their own education. Students work with outstanding faculty in small classes and participate in social and service activities with other students and with Peer Advisors.

MUSE Scholars

Take your MUSE experience to the next level, and consider joining the MUSE Scholars program! This lively community of students is united by a dedication to learning and to the intellectual and cultural exchange at the heart of the college experience. Become a MUSE Scholar!

New University Scholars

New University Scholars are exceptional, accomplished students with diverse backgrounds and life experiences. Admission to the New University Scholars program is by invitation only. These scholars are chosen through the holistic admissions process at the University of Utah, which places importance not only on high grade point averages and test scores but also on community involvement, service-related experience and a demonstrated commitment to improving the world around them.

Amy Bergerson

Program ContactNewUScholars@utah.edu • 801-587-2269

Learning Services

Academic Advising

The Academic Advising Center assists people to achieve educational goals. This includes major exploration, transfer advising, graduation requirement, and more!

Student Services Building (201 S. 1460 E.) Room 450 • Book an Appointment! • 801-581-8146

Diversity Graduate School Application Advisory

Applying to grad school is complex, and many underrepresented students might not have the insider information necessary to navigate this process successfully. This advisory was created to help female, minority, LGBTQ, and non-traditional students with all parts of the application process. They offer one on one meetings to discuss; taking the GRE, essays, choosing programs to apply for, funding, important elements to add to the CV, interviewing, advisors, publications, presentations, and more broadly how to stay sane but get into a program that you will love!

Schedule one on one mentoring with current graduate students from diverse backgrounds to discuss all topics related to grad school application and beyond.

Learning Success Center

The Learning Success Center is an academic support program designed to give students the assistance they need to have a successful academic experience. The program consists of ASUU Tutoring Services, Supplemental Instruction, and Learning Strategies assistance.

Students can use any of these components individually or combine them to best fit their academic needs. The Learning Success Center works collaboratively with other campus programs to provide learning strategies for adult learners.

Student Services Building (201 S. 1460 E.) Room 450 • bflynn@sa.utah.edu • 801-581-8746

Student Support Services

Student Support Services (SSS) is for current or incoming university students who need academic assistance and other services to be successful at the U. The project provides advising, instruction, tutoring and informational workshops for eligible students.

1901 E. South Campus Drive, Room 2075 • trio@sa.utah.edu • 801-581-7188

Student Success Advocates

Student Success Advocates are experts in the U of U community that assist students in navigating the often overwhelming experience of college. They engage and empower undergraduate students in exploring and clarifying their interests and goals, overcoming personal and academic challenges, and connecting to campus resources and opportunities.

Sterling Sill Center (195 South Central Campus Drive) • 801-587-8556

Student Tutoring Center

The student tutoring center is an excellent source for help understanding difficult class material. ASUU subsidizes the tutoring center to provide supplemental instruction.

201 S. 1460 E., Room 330 (SSB 330) • 801-581-5153

Veteran Services

Each year, hundreds of University of Utah students use VA benefits to help pay for courses leading to University of Utah degrees, including graduate degrees. All VA benefits are non-taxable and reduce the amount of financial aid for which you are eligible.

A. Ray Olpin Union (200 S. Central Campus Drive) Room 418 • vetservices@utah.edu • 801-581-6945

Vice President for Research

Research is a major component in the life of the U benefiting students as well as the region. The University of Utah is ranked 47th in the U.S. and 87th in the world in the 2014 Academic Ranking of World Universities. Find the resources you need for your research at the University of Utah.

201 Presidents Circle Room 210 • research@utah.edu • 801-581-7236

Learn more about Salt Lake City Organizations and Resources on the Why Utah? Page!