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Student Success Advocates

Student Success Advocates (SSA) are experts about the U of U community, student learning, and college student development. We know the multitude of opportunities and services the university has to offer. We are committed to serving you and your particular situatin so that you can make the most of your undergraduate experience. We work to empower you as a student to identify direction, engage in high impact activities/services, and accomplish goals.

Student Success Advocates assist you with identifying goals, developing empowerment strategies, and planning your engagement wit high-impact educational practices. SSAs meet you where you are, literally, anywhere on campus. We also meet you where you are in life to support you in discovering what being in college means to you and help you connect to programs, offices, and initiatives that will enhance the value of your college degree, add meaning to your University of Utah experience, and increase your marketability after graduation. Look for us! Or feel free to contact us to learn more or make an appointment. The Student Success and Empowerment Initiative is not a place. It's what we do with you to help make your vision a reality! Visit us at ssa.utah.edu.

Center for Student Wellness

Our mission is to cultivate a holistically well and safe campus community. We believe that wellness and safety are foundational for success and that equitable access to inclusive wellness services, education and support will create a more resilient, thriving University of Utah. Our services include Victim-Survivor Adcovacy, HIV/STI Testing, Safe(r) Sex supplies, and Wellness Coaching.

Wellness Coaching is a one-on-one collaborative conversation where a coach will aid you in achieving your health and wellness goals. Wellness coaching supports people in finding balance in life by building a plan to reach their wellness goals. Our wellness coach will help you take small, attainable steps towards your goal - whether that be creating healthy eating habits, managing your time, or coping with stress. They will support you in meeting these goals through accountability, thought-provoking questions, and continuous encouragement! Visit us at wellness.utah.edu.

AWESOME Opportunities

Block U Scholarship

One student from each Block U program has the opportunity to be awarded $1,000 for their second year at the U. Applications due April 11th

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2021 Block U Summer Ambassador

Looking for a summer job? Loved your Block U experience? Apply to be a Summer Ambassador to help with New Student Orientation! Applications due April 9th

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2021 Peer Advisors

Do you live and breath Block U? Want to mentor first-year students? Apply to be a Peer Advisor for the block you completed! Applications due April 9th

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2021 Sr. Peer Advisors

This year's Peer Advisors have the opportunity to continue your journey with Block U by becoming a Sr. Peer Advisor. Applications due by April 9th

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Family Springfest

Join the Union Programming Council on streaming the Lorax & doing fun activities. Pick up kits including coloring pages, bubbles, and candy eggs are available. 

Saturday, March 27th 2021

For Registration and Movie Streaming Link 

Pride Week at the U

Join the LGBT Resource Center for this week long series of events to learn, celebrate and be inspired. All are welcome to get involved and participate in Pride Week events.

March 29th - April 3rd

FOR MORE INFORMATIO AND COMPLETE LIST OF EVENTS

Test Preparation: Final Exam Success

Join the Student Success Advocates and The Learning Center to discuss techniques and resources to help ensure you finish strong this semester.

Tuesday, April 6, 2021 from 12 pm - 1pm MT

FOR REGISTRATION AND MORE INFORMATION

Campus resources

Academic Support

The Academic Advising Center supports the undergraduate community through collaborative and comprehensive advising services as students explore, navigate, and graduate at the University of Utah. It is recommended that you speak with your advisor once a semester!

For more information about what support they provide, view their website or contact:

Academic Advising
801-581-8146
advising.utah.edu
450 Student Services Building
201 S. 1460 E.
Salt Lake City, UT 84112

To view calendars listing important dates for the year, visit the Academic Calendar.

If you are a student in need of a laptop or wireless hotspot, contact Union Services to arrange the shipment of one to you.

Union Services
info@union.utah.edu

If you are an English language learner, there are several resources on campus available to help you develop your English writing and language skills. Feel free to contact:

Writing Center
801-587-9122
writingcenter.utah.edu
2701 Marriott Library
295 S 1500 E
Salt Lake City, UT 84112

English for Academic Success (EAS) Program
801-581-8047
linguistics.utah.edu/eas-program
2300 LNCO
255 S. Central Campus Dr.
Salt Lake City, UT 84112

English Language Institute
801-581-4600
continue.utah.edu/eli
540 Arapeen Dr.
Salt Lake City, UT 84108

Many students have questions regarding their financial aid due to the coronavirus outbreak. If you are concerned about your academic standing, have questions about scholarship eligibility, or have other issues regarding financial aid, please reach out.

Emergency financial aid is also available to some students. To learn more, contact:

Office of Financial Aid & Scholarships
801-585-6211
financialaid@utah.edu
financialaid.utah.edu

 J. Willard Marriott Library
801-581-8558
lib.utah.edu
295 S. 1500 E.
Salt Lake City, UT 84112

 James E. Faust Law Library
801-581-6184
law.utah.edu/library
 383 S. University St.
 Salt Lake City, UT 84112

McKay Music Library
801-581-6762
music.utah.edu/mckay-music-library
 204 Gardner Hall
 1375 E. President's Cir.
 Salt Lake City, UT 84112 

The mission of Student Success Advocates is to support students in making the most of their University of Utah experience. They can assist you with identifying goals, developing empowerment strategies, and planning your engagement with high-impact educational practices. They can also provide you with tools and strategies to help you succeed academically and, ultimately, professionally.

For more information about what support they provide, view their website or contact:

Student Success Advocates
801-587-8556
ssa.utah.edu
Sterling Sill Center
195 S. Central Campus Dr.
Salt Lake City, UT 84112

Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library
801-581-5534
library.med.utah.edu
10 N. 1900 E.
Salt Lake City, UT 84112

TRIO federal programs are targeted to serve and assist low-income individuals, first-generation college students, and individuals with disabilities.

Student Support Services (SSS) is a TRIO program for current or incoming undergraduate university students who are seeking their first bachelor's degree and need academic assistance and other services to be successful at the University of Utah.

For more information about what support they provide, a list of ongoing events, and links to other resources, view their website or contact:

TRIO Student Support Services
801-581-7188
trio.utah.edu
Union Room 2075
1901 E. S. Campus Dr.
 Salt Lake City, UT 84112

Use the University of Utah's eTutoring service to get one-on-one help on a variety of topics including writing, math, statistics, chemistry, and more. 

For more information about how to get individual academic help and links to other helpful resources, visit the eTutoring website, or contact the Writing Center.

eTutoring Online
 etutoringonline.org

Writing Center
801-587-9122
writingcenter.utah.edu
2701 Marriott Library
295 S 1500 E
Salt Lake City, UT 84112

 

Campus Services

The University Campus Store is owned and operated by the University of Utah and is the official store of the university and Utah Athletics.

The University Campus Store has three physical locations: the main Campus Store on lower campus, the Campus Store Health located in the Sciences Education Building, and our University of Utah Campus Store at One Sandy.

The University Campus Store and Utah Red Zone are proud to offer the following products and services to the University of Utah employees, students, and fans:

  • Academic and TAX-FREE Pricing on Computers, Tablets, and iPads
  • Academic and TAX-FREE Pricing on Course Materials for all classes taught at the University of Utah and University of Utah Sandy Center Campus
  • Full-service Starbucks inside the main Campus Store
  • Graduation items including caps and gowns, academic regalia, announcements, class rings, and diploma frames
  • Course materials for all classes taught at the University of Utah
  • Education, lab and art supplies specifically for University of Utah courses
  • General reading books and study guides
  • Full-service U.S. Post Office
  • Free on-campus delivery for department purchases at the main Campus Store

The University Campus Store is your comprehensive resource for all things needed to enhance your experience at the University of Utah. We are proud to support our students, faculty, staff, alumni, and fans, and welcome you to visit any of our locations.

Campus Store Main Campus
801-581-6326
campusstore.utah.edu
University Campus Store
270 S 1500 E
Salt Lake City, UT 84112

Our mission is to support and coordinate information, program development, and services that enhance family resources as well as the availability, affordability, and quality of child care for University students, faculty, and staff.

For more information about what support they provide, a list of ongoing events, and links to other resources, view their website or contact:

Center for Childcare & Family Resources
801-585-5897
childcare.utah.edu
408 Union Building
200 S. Central Campus Dr.
Salt Lake City, UT 84112

https://dineoncampus.com/utah (Links to an external site.)

Reload Ucard, find what's open and where, what's on the menu, buy a meal plan, find employment, and more.

This is your place for recreation, relaxation, and socializing!

Amenities include a 50-meter pool, indoor and outdoor leisure pools, large indoor hot tub/spa, 320-yard indoor running track, bouldering & 4-story climbing wall, 15,000 square foot fitness center, outdoor mezzanine, outdoor fire pit, 5 sport courts, racquetball courts, 4 group fitness studios, and a combative room.

Additional amenities include a branch of the University Federal Credit Union, Shake Smart, the Center for Student Wellness, and Athletic Training. 

Student Life Center
801-581-8898
campusrec.utah.edu
110 SLC
1836 Student Life Way
Salt Lake City, UT 84112

https://commuterservices.utah.edu/

SafeRide, parking services, parking permits, campus shuttles, sustainable commuting options, live shuttle map, and more.

We are your one-stop-shop for all your design, print, and mail needs.  We are The University of Utah's on-campus document and communication solutions provider, proudly serving university faculty, staff, and students for over 30 years.  Our services include design creation, high-quality printing, promotional item creation, on and off-campus mailing, and can save you up to 65% off FedEx shipping when using SendSuite.

 

University Print & Mail Services
801-581-6171
printing.utah.edu
350 VRTUSB
1795 E South Campus Drive RM 135
Salt Lake City, UT 84112

The Student Health Center offers a wide variety of low-cost health care services to students and their families, like:

Telehealth services are available at this time.

For more information on services and insurance coverage, contact:

Student Health Center
801-581-6431
studenthealth.utah.edu
Level 1 Madsen Health Center
555 Foothill Dr.
Salt Lake City, UT 84112

https://testingcenter.utah.edu/ (Links to an external site.)

Proctoring and placement tests.

Types of placement tests:

  • Language
  • Math
  • New students to the U
  • Writing for international and traditional students

https://ucard.utah.edu/

Located in the Union

Replacement cards are $20

Benefits include:

  • Library privileges
  • Student priced tickets for campus events
  • Student services & programs
  • Campus recreation privileges
  • Meal plan and UCash
    • Load money onto your UCard for dining all over campus, campus store, and vending machines
  • Access to dorms & other buildings on campus
  • Campus store discount
  • ID for Testing Center
  • Bus and Trax pass

For assistance with exams and proctoring services, please contact:

UOnline Exam Services & Scheduling
 801-581-6112 (Option 3)

examhelp@utah.edu 
tlt.utah.edu/exam_services.php

Exam help is available Monday through Friday, 9 AM to 5 PM (MT).

The Department of Public Safety offers resources and help with police services, emergencies training, and police escort services. 

 

Department of Public Safety
801-585-2677
dps.utah.edu
350 VRTUSB
1735 E South Campus Drive
Salt Lake City, UT 84112

 

IT Support

  • Box
    • Box is an online cloud storage and collaboration tool. You have up to 1TB of free storage. Simply log in with your uNID and CIS password to activate your account.

For help with UMail, uNID, VPN, Box, Office 365, and CIS log-in issues, contact: 

Campus Help Desk (CIS/Passwords/Other Computer-Related Issues)
801-581-4000 (Option 1)
helpdesk@utah.edu
it.utah.edu/help

Help is available Monday through Saturday. Please visit the Campus Help Desk website for more information on help desk hours.

There are three public computer labs available across campus including the largest one in the Union. View the following website with each lab's location and hours of operation. 

For help with UMail, uNID, VPN, Box, Office 365, and CIS log-in issues, contact: 

Campus Help Desk (CIS/Passwords/Other Computer-Related Issues)
801-581-4000 (Option 1)
helpdesk@utah.edu
it.utah.edu/help

Help is available Monday through Saturday. Please visit the Campus Help Desk website for more information on help desk hours.

For help with UMail, uNID, VPN, Box, Office 365, and CIS log-in issues, contact: 

Campus Help Desk (CIS/Passwords/Other Computer-Related Issues)
801-581-4000 (Option 1)
helpdesk@utah.edu
it.utah.edu/help

Help is available Monday through Saturday. Please visit the Campus Help Desk website for more information on help desk hours.

 We have 24/7 Canvas support available. Chat (recommended) or call to get assistance! Click the " Help" button in the far left menu, or contact:

Canvas Help
+1 844-527-032
Canvas Live Help Chat

Need a walk-through? Check the Canvas Community's Canvas Student Help Guide for helpful how-to's on common questions.

You can also check the University of Utah's Knowledge Base for information on University-specific tools, technologies, and services related to Canvas.

  • ConexED
    • ConexED is a virtual meeting tool. It is often used by advisors here at the U, as well as many other instructors and staff. You can share screens, record conferences, and more! It also has closed captioning available.

Teaching & Learning Technologies Help Desk
801-581-6112 (Option 3)
classhelp@utah.edu

For more information on other software packages available for discounted purchase or free download, contact:

 

Office of Software Licensing
 801-581-4000
 software.utah.edu
 Marriott Library Knowledge Commons (Floor 2)
     295 S. 1500 E.
     Salt Lake City, UT 84112

For help with educational technology including Canvas, Kaltura, and ConexED:

Teaching & Learning Technologies Help Desk (Canvas/Video Services Issues)
801-581-6112 (Option 3)

tlt.utah.edu
classhelp@utah.edu

Help is available Monday through Friday 8 AM - 5 PM MT. Please visit the Campus Help Desk website for more information on help desk hours.

For help with UMail issues, contact: 

Campus Help Desk (CIS/Passwords/Other Computer-Related Issues)
801-581-4000 (Option 1)
helpdesk@utah.edu
it.utah.edu/help

Help is available Monday through Saturday. Please visit the Campus Help Desk website for more information on help desk hours.

For help with uNID and log-in issues, contact: 

Campus Help Desk (CIS/Passwords/Other Computer-Related Issues)
801-581-4000 (Option 1)
helpdesk@utah.edu
it.utah.edu/help

Help is available Monday through Saturday. Please visit the Campus Help Desk website for more information on help desk hours.

Zoom (Download)

  • Zoom is a virtual meeting tool. It is the most common choice for instructors for office hours (one-on-one help). You can share screens, record conferences, and more!

 

Resource Centers & Organizations

http://asuu.utah.edu

Student government and student groups.

What Opportunities Are Available?

  • ASUU represents every college through College Student Councils.
  • Each academic year, 36 Assembly positions and 18 Senate positions are available for students to represent their academic colleges.
  • ASUU’s activity board, the Campus Events Board (CEB), enlists about 30 staff and board members to put on over 50 activities each year.
  • The ASUU Executive Cabinet works with over 100 students on many issues that impact students on campus.
  • ASUU can introduce you to over 600 student clubs and organizations.  If you don’t see a club or group that fits your interest, we can show you how to start your own.

Fraternities and Sororities

Resident Housing Association Leader

The AIRC works to increase American Indian student visibility and success on campus by advocating for and providing student-centered programs and tools to enhance academic success, cultural events to promote personal well-being, and a supportive “home-away-from-home” space for students to grow and develop leadership skills. 

For more information about what support they provide, a list of ongoing events, and links to other resources, view their website or contact:

American Indian Resource Center
 801-581-7019
 diversity.utah.edu/centers/airc
 Fort Douglas Building 622
     1925 De Trobriand St.
     Salt Lake City, UT 84113

https://bennioncenter.org

The Bennion Center is all about community.  Their mission is to inspire and mobilize people to strengthen communities through learning, scholarship, and advocacy.  Whether you have a few minutes in between classes, an occasional hour on a Saturday morning, or time to engage every week, there are plenty of ways for you to get involved.

  • Student-Directed Programs - Get involved with the Bennion Center by choosing from one of nearly 50 Student-Directed Programs to make a positive impact in our community.  Each program works with a local community partner organization to make a collective impact in areas such as education, environment, health, social justice, and arts.
  • Alternative Breaks and Travel Programs- Alternative Breaks promotes lifelong activism by providing students with the experiences and skills necessary to build and organize communities through service, education, dialogue, and reflection. 

Travel programs give those who want to be a traveler, rather than a tourist, the opportunity to visit distant communities and engage in hands-on experiential learning.  The Bennion Center offers travel programs domestically and internationally over fall, spring, and summer breaks.

  • Utah Reads - The mission of the Utah Reads program at the University of Utah is to provide effective, quality tutoring in literacy to the elementary-aged students of our community partners.
  • Bennion Scholars - Bennion Scholars apply their academic interests to meet a real social concern through a Capstone Project with a community partner and faculty mentor.
  • Saturday Service Projects, Drop-in Service, & More - Got 15 minutes between classes or a Saturday morning you can spare?  The Bennion Center can help you turn that time into a service project that benefits our community and provides you with a sense of accomplishment beyond getting your homework done.  Your classroom experience will be deeper and more meaningful when you engage with the community in projects that benefit children, refugees, people who are homeless, or programs with great goals but a shortage of volunteer help.

 Using a pan-African lens, the Black Cultural Center seeks to counteract persistent campus-wide and global anti-blackness. The Black Cultural Center works to holistically enrich, educate, and advocate for students, faculty, and staff through Black centered programming, culturally affirming educational initiatives, and retention strategies.

For more information about what support they provide, a list of ongoing events, and links to other resources, view their website or contact:

Black Cultural Center
 801-213-1441
 diversity.utah.edu/centers/bcc
 Fort Douglas Building 603
     95 Fort Douglas Blvd.
     Salt Lake City, UT 84113

Career & Professional Development Center is here to support students and alumni by helping them design individualized life plans. Their mission is to help students better understand who they are, what they want to do professionally, and what steps they need to take to get there.

For more information on resources, job/internship opportunities, career outcomes, and partnered employers view their website or contact:

Career & Professional Development
 801-581-6186
 careers.utah.edu
 350 Career & Professional Development Center
     201 S. 1460 E.
     Salt Lake City, UT 84112

 Our mission is to support and coordinate information, program development, and services that enhance family resources as well as the availability, affordability, and quality of child care for University students, faculty, and staff.

For more information about what support they provide, a list of ongoing events, and links to other resources, view their website or contact:

Center for Childcare & Family Resources
 801-585-5897
 childcare.utah.edu
 408 Union Building
    200 S. Central Campus Dr.
     Salt Lake City, UT 84112

 The Center for Disability Services is dedicated to serving students with disabilities by providing the opportunity for success and equal access at the University of Utah. They also strive to create an inclusive, safe, and respectful environment.

For more information about what support they provide and links to other resources, view their website or contact:

Center for Disability Services
 801-581-5020
 disability.utah.edu
 162 Union Building
    200 S. Central Campus Dr.
     Salt Lake City, UT 84112

The Center for Ethnic Student Affairs offers several programs dedicated to the success of students with varied cultural and ethnic backgrounds. Their mission is to create an inclusive, safe campus community that values the experiences of all students.

For more information about what support they provide, a list of ongoing events, and links to other resources, view their website or contact:

Center for Ethnic Student Affairs
 801-581-8151
 diversity.utah.edu/centers/cesa/
 235 Union Building
    200 S. Central Campus Dr.
     Salt Lake City, UT 84112

https://deanofstudents.utah.edu/

 

The Office of the Dean of Students is dedicated to being a resource to students through support, advocacy, involvement, and accountability.  Our staff is ready to assist students, staff, faculty, family members, and community members with student questions, issues, and concerns.

 Immigration is a complex phenomenon with broad impact—those who are directly affected by it, as well as those who are indirectly affected by their relationships with family members, friends, and loved ones. If your immigration status presents obstacles that prevent you from engaging in specific activities or fulfilling specific course criteria, confidential arrangements may be requested from the Dream Center.

 

Arrangements with the Dream Center will not jeopardize your student status, your financial aid, or any other part of your residence. The Dream Center offers a wide range of resources to support undocumented students (with and without DACA) as well as students from mixed-status families.

For more information about what support they provide and links to other resources, view their website or contact:

Dream Center
 801-213-3697
 dream.utah.edu
 1120 Annex (Wing B)
     1901 E. S. Campus Dr.
     Salt Lake City, UT 84112

The Office of Equal Opportunity And Affirmative Action (OEO/AA) is dedicated to providing a fair and equitable environment for all to pursue their academic and professional endeavors and to equally access University programs. Learn more about OEO/Title IX processes.

 

Office of Equal Opportunity & Affirmative Action
 801-581-8365
oeo.utah.edu
 1 PARK
     201 S President Circle RM 135
     Salt Lake City, UT 84112

Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion is deeply committed to enhancing the success of diverse faculty, students, and staff, as part of our broader goal to enrich the educational experiences and success of all members of our university community. This division – lead by Vice President Mary Ann Villarreal (Links to an external site.) – is comprised of leaders, experts, and educators who drive the University’s effort to create a safe and welcoming campus climate.

With our new leadership, the Vice President for Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion oversees the entities across the entire University of Utah including the American Indian Resource Center; Black Cultural Center; Center for Ethnic Student Affairs; Dream Center; LGBT Resource Center; Office for Health Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion; and Office for Inclusive Excellence. Additionally, the office partners with all colleges, departments and the broader community to help develop initiatives aimed at fostering more awareness, advocacy, and action.

 The Office for Inclusive Excellence is here to engage, support, and advance an environment fostering the values of respect, diversity, equity, inclusivity, and academic excellence for students in our increasingly global campus community. They also handle reports of bias in the classroom as outlined below:

Bias or hate incidents consist of speech, conduct, or some other form of expression or action that is motivated wholly or in part by prejudice or bias whose impact discriminates, demeans, embarrasses, assigns stereotypes, harasses, or excludes individuals because of their race, color, ethnicity, national origin, language, sex, size, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, disability, age, or religion.

For more information about what support they provide and links to other resources, or to report a bias incident, view their website or contact:

Office for Inclusive Excellence
 801-581-4600
 inclusive-excellence.utah.edu
 170 Annex (Wing D)
     1901 E. S. Campus Dr.
     Salt Lake City, UT 84112

https://isss.utah.edu/

Services:

  • Advising on immigration policies and maintaining student status.  This includes I-20/DS-2019 extensions, visa issues, school transfers, international travel, dependents, change of visa status to F-1, medical/academic reduced course loads, and employment authorizations.
  • Assistance with employment authorizations, including on-campus work, Curricular Practical Training (CPT), Academic Training (AT), Optional Practical Training (OPT), and STEM OPT extensions. Information on obtaining a Social Security Number (SSN) and filing taxes.
  • Emergency assistance, including guidance on health, family, or other emergencies.  Emergency travel and/or departure from the United States.
  • Campus resource referrals, including campus activities, intercultural programs, ambassador programs, campus safety, and cross-cultural adjustment.
  • International student orientation, including pre-arrival communication, immigration guidance, American classroom overview, and campus resource fair. 

*You may meet with some international students.  There are many requirements that these students must meet every semester and most of these students will be familiar with their requirements.  If you meet with a student that needs assistance with a form or something of that manner, refer them to an academic advisor.

Student Leadership & Involvement provides many leadership opportunities at the University of Utah. Our student leadership programs include ASUU (student government), the Organization Resource Group (ORG), 600 Recognized Student Organizations (RSOs), the Involvement Ambassadors, and ULEAD Leadership programs. 

Office for Leadership Development
 801-581-7526
 leadership.utah.edu
 170 Annex (Wing D)
     200 S. Central Campus Dr.
     Salt Lake City, UT 84112

https://learningcenter.utah.edu/

Tutoring Services

  • Referral service for tutors.  Students register with the Learning Center and are then responsible to schedule their own tutoring session
  • Tutoring is $7 per individual hour, $4 per group hour.
  • Tutoring is very flexible.  Appointments may be set for any time of day at any public location that is convenient for the tutor and student.

  • Tutoring is not offered for every course, most of the tutoring is for lower-division, in-demand courses.

Supplemental Instruction

  • The Learning Center offers Supplemental Instruction (SI) for selected courses on campus.  SI provides FREE organized study sessions that are open to any students in the course and are led by undergraduates who are selected and trained to be SI leaders.
  • The main goal of the SI program is to help students learn the course material and improve their course grade.  In addition, we assist students in improving their study skills.  We also provide students with an informal, personal, small group learning experience that helps them feel connected to other students and demonstrates the power of group study.

Learning Consultations

  • The Learning Center offers free one-on-one consultations to University of Utah students who want to improve their learning strategies.  These consultations can range in the topic of anything related to academic success including, but not limited to:
    • Time management
    • Study strategies
    • Test-taking strategies
    • Text Anxiety
    • Learning styles
    • Critical thinking
    • Note-taking strategies
    • and more!

The LGBTQ+ Resource Center acts in accountability with the campus community by identifying the needs of people with a queer range of [a]gender and [a]sexual experiences and responding with university-wide services.

For more information about what support they provide, a list of ongoing events, and links to other resources, view their website or contact:

LGBTQ+ Resource Center
 801-587-7973
 lgbt.utah.edu
 409 Union Building
    200 S. Central Campus Dr.
     Salt Lake City, UT 84112

 https://financialwellness.utah.edu/ (Links to an external site.)

Providing education, guidance, and coaching in all matters of personal finance--for free!

  • Financial counseling and coaching
  • Tax software and filing
  • Workshops and events
  • Not limited to students; open to the community
  • and more

Student Affairs
801-587-7973

studentaffairs.utah.edu
1 PARK
    201 Presidents Circle, RM 206
     Salt Lake City, UT 84112

 

The Student Health Center offers a wide variety of low-cost health care services to students and their families, like:

Telehealth services are available at this time.

For more information on services and insurance coverage, contact:

Student Health Center
 801-581-6431
 studenthealth.utah.edu
 Level 1 Madsen Health Center
     555 Foothill Dr.
     Salt Lake City, UT 84112

The Center for Student Wellness believes that wellness is the foundation of success and that equitable access to inclusive wellness services, education, and support will create a more resilient, thriving University of Utah.

They offer information and training about important topics in personal health, free and confidential support for students, faculty, or staff who have experienced interpersonal violence, free HIV/STI testing, and a variety of options for students to get involved.

Telehealth services are available at this time.

For helpful resources to manage your personal wellness and counseling options, contact:

Center for Student Wellness
 801-581-7776
 wellness.utah.edu
 2100 Eccles Student Life Center
     1836 Student Life Way
     Salt Lake City, UT 84112

https://sustainability.utah.edu/

Our mission is to integrate sustainability as a core principle throughout operations, research, and education at the University of Utah and to support initiatives that cultivate the campus as a living laboratory.

Farmer's market, research, education, and engagement.

The University of Utah has many options available for anyone seeking professional help with their mental health. We provide developmental, preventive, and therapeutic services and programs that promote the intellectual, emotional, cultural, and social development of University of Utah students

Telehealth services are available at this time.

For more information on counseling options available at the U, please contact:

University Counseling Center
 801-581-6826
 801-587-3000 (24/7 Crisis Line)
 counselingcenter.utah.edu
 426 Student Services Building
     201 S. 1460 E.
     Salt Lake City, Utah 84112

The mission of the Veterans Support Center is to improve and enhance the individual and academic success of veterans, service members, and their family members who attend the university; to help them receive the benefits they earned, and to serve as a liaison between the student veteran community and the university.

For more information about what support they provide, a list of ongoing events, and links to other resources, view their website or contact:

Veterans Support Center
 801-587-7722
 veteranscenter.utah.edu
 418 Union Building
    200 S. Central Campus Dr.
     Salt Lake City, UT 84112

 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.

For more information about what support they provide, a list of ongoing events, and links to other resources, view their website or contact:

Women's Resource Center
 801-581-8030
 womenscenter.utah.edu
 411 Union Building
     200 S. Central Campus Dr.
     Salt Lake City, UT 84112

 

Wellness

The Center for Student Wellness believes that wellness is the foundation of success and that equitable access to inclusive wellness services, education, and support will create a more resilient, thriving University of Utah.

They offer information and training about important topics in personal health, free and confidential support for students, faculty, or staff who have experienced interpersonal violence, free HIV/STI testing, and a variety of options for students to get involved.

Telehealth services are available at this time.

For helpful resources to manage your personal wellness and counseling options, contact:

Center for Student Wellness
 801-581-7776
 wellness.utah.edu
 2100 Eccles Student Life Center
     1836 Student Life Way
     Salt Lake City, UT 84112

The University of Utah Feed U food pantry provides non-perishable, nourishing food for our students, their families, faculty, and staff. We don’t want any member of our Campus Community to have to choose between having some food on the table and keeping up with the emergencies that come up.

The Feed U Pantry is open to all University of Utah students, faculty, and staff with a current University of Utah ID.

The Feed U Pantry will provide curbside pickup of to-go bags at the east entrance of the Union building on Mondays and Thursdays from 12-3 PM (MT) starting Thursday, April 9th, 2020.

For more information and to place a to-go bag order, contact:

Feed U Food Pantry
  feedufoodpantry@gmail.com
 https://union.utah.edu/resources-spaces/feed-u-pantry/

Food donations can be accepted directly to the Feed U Pantry. Please see our donation guide. Food donations can also be donated directly to the Utah Food Bank. Monetary donations are accepted directly through the Development Office.

This is your place for recreation, relaxation, and socializing!

Amenities include a 50-meter pool, indoor and outdoor leisure pools, large indoor hot tub/spa, 320-yard indoor running track, bouldering & 4-story climbing wall, 15,000 square foot fitness center, outdoor mezzanine, outdoor fire pit, 5 sport courts, racquetball courts, 4 group fitness studios, and a combative room.

Additional amenities include a branch of the University Federal Credit Union, Shake Smart, the Center for Student Wellness, and Athletic Training. 

Student Life Center
 801-581-8898
 campusrec.utah.edu
 110 SLC
    1836 Student Life Way
     Salt Lake City, UT 84112

The Student Health Center offers a wide variety of low-cost health care services to students and their families, like:

Telehealth services are available at this time.

For more information on services and insurance coverage, contact:

Student Health Center
 801-581-6431
 studenthealth.utah.edu
 Level 1 Madsen Health Center
     555 Foothill Dr.
     Salt Lake City, UT 84112

Supporting you in creating your success here at the University of Utah is the most important thing we do. We know that your situation is unique, so we take time to work closely with you to learn about your particular needs, aspirations, and goals.

Student Success Advocates
 801-587-8556
 ssa.utah.edu
 Sill Center
     195 South Central Campus Drive
     Salt Lake City, UT 84112

The University of Utah has many options available for anyone seeking professional help with their mental health. We provide developmental, preventive, and therapeutic services and programs that promote the intellectual, emotional, cultural, and social development of University of Utah students

Telehealth services are available at this time.

For more information on counseling options available at the U, please contact:

University Counseling Center
 801-581-6826
 801-587-3000 (24/7 Crisis Line)
 counselingcenter.utah.edu
 426 Student Services Building
     201 S. 1460 E.
     Salt Lake City, Utah 84112

Last Updated: 3/30/21