Campus Life

U nationally ranked for LGBT support

The rankings, published by BestColleges and Campus Pride, evaluated factors like: admission, enrollment and graduations rates, affordability, quality of online offerings and eight LGBTQ inclusive factors and unique campus resources that support all students.


Help with a daunting task

How much of an impact can one social media post have? The U’s Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid learned it has the ability to position them as national higher education leaders.


U student highlighted in the Washington Post

Mohan Sudabattula created a nonprofit that collects used wheelchairs, walkers, crutches, etc., and redistributes them to those in need.


Associate vice president dean of students search

The U is seeking a passionate student advocate who has a strong interest in the development and fair application of law and policy, demonstrated conflict management skills and a desire to promote leadership skills and timely degree completion for a diverse student body.


New @theU look

You’ll notice @theU has a new look and feel. Take a minute to familiarize yourself with the updated newsletter and website.


Adventure awaits

For more than 40 years, Outdoor Adventures has been taking advantage of the University of Utah’s prime, central location for outdoor adventuring—see what’s in store this summer.


Welcome Week grants

The Office of Orientation and Transition is offering two, one-time, grants of $500 to help fund Welcome Week programs that provide a glimpse into academic, social, athletic, cultural, artistic and wellness facets of life on campus.


Feed U Pantry open during the summer

If you are unable to come during our scheduled hours you have the option to pick up a bag of food at the Union Services Desk.


New student tours

This summer, the campus will be filled with New Student Orientation session students so when you see wide-eyed students wandering the campus, give them an encouraging smile and flash them the U.


Commencement 2019 recap

If you missed out on this year’s event, read or listen to Rev. France A. Davis’ speech on unity and student speaker Alisa Cloward’s message about hard work and supporting the success of others.