University Statements

Statement regarding House Bill 302

Full statement from Kate Charipar, associate athletics director for compliance, to the Utah State Senate Health and Human Services Committee regarding House Bill 302 on Feb. 24, 2021.


Reported sexual assault

The assault occurred February 4th.


Aerial photo of the John R. Park Building at the University of Utah

University of Utah statement on Marlon Lynch

Lynch was named as the U’s chief safety officer in December 2019.


Spring 2021: Annual notification of selected University of Utah policies and resources

This memo reviews important University of Utah policies and regulations that all members of the university community are expected to follow. Some of these policies are directed at staff or faculty; others deal with issues students will face.


U President Ruth V. Watkins accepts top post at Strada Impact

The Utah State Board of Regents selected Watkins as the 16th president of the university on Jan. 18, 2018.


On today’s events

What we are witnessing is not representative of the fundamental ideals that have shaped our nation and made us a model of governance throughout the world.


Statement from Chief Safety Officer Marlon Lynch

Lynch provides clarity and context for a departmental personnel decision.


RBIRT statement on Center for Teaching and Learning Excellence Zoom bombing incident

The incident happened on November 30, 2020.


Statement from CISO Corey Roach

Regarding the presentation at the October Scholarly Networks Security Initiative.


Spring 2021 Semester tuition questions answered

The U will implement a previously approved 2% tuition rate increase for spring 2021.