Racing into summer fun

It started as a simple request from Club U asking if they could rent hammers for their pinewood derby.

First hybrid Doctor of Physical Therapy degree offered at the U

This innovative offering will welcome the first cohort of 50 students in May 2023 pending accreditation approval.

A more accessible U

The new Campus Accessibility website will serve as a centralized location for accessibility and disability resources.

Take the Clear the Air Challenge

Join Team U and ‘clear the air’ this July

Track the single-occupant vehicle trips you save when you work remotely, utilize active transportation, public transit and car pooling.

U’s second chief safety officer sworn in

Keith Squires was sworn in by Utah’s Commissioner of Public Safety Jess L. Anderson with President Taylor Randall as witness.

U hosts first in-person Pac-12 Sustainability Conference since 2019

The Pac-12 Team Green is working to unite university sustainability and athletics departments to integrate sustainability into college athletics and across college campuses.

Campus continues to be water wise in 2022

Assuming the trends continue, at the close of this fiscal year, the U will have measured its lowest water consumption in 10 years.

Summer ‘Utah Mag’ released

The latest issue of University of Utah Magazine is hot off the presses. Check out some of the highlights.

Native American students tell their stories at the U’s storytelling camp

The weeklong camp was designed for youth from the Ute Tribe.

Memorializing victims of lynching: Soil collection ceremony

The Salt Lake County Community Remembrance Coalition of Sema Hadithi African American Heritage & Culture Foundation in collaboration and partnership with the Equal Justice Initiative of Alabama will host a soil collection ceremony ( at the sites of two racial lynchings that occurred in Salt Lake City in 1866 and 1883. The event will take place on Saturday, June 11 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

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