Policies & Regulations

Research Park: Work, play, learn and—live?

A new vision for Research Park has been in development for the past 15 months. See what the next 50 years will look like.


New health training required for staff and faculty

The online module reviews proper sanitation, hygiene and physical distancing practices.


New Title IX regulations now under review

The U has until Aug. 14 to be in compliance with the new regulations.


Engaging with policymakers as a U clinician or scholar

University of Utah employees are required to comply with Gov. Gary Herbert’s executive order and the Board of Regents policy on “legislative communications.”


Send personal packages home, please

As the holiday season approaches, please do not misuse the campus mail system for personal use.


U target of flyers using racist language

Several flyers that said “It’s okay to be white” were found on campus beginning Oct. 31. One flyer that said “Murdoch Murdoch” was also found. A large banner that said “Reclaim America” was found over the weekend.


Maintaining a safe and healthy community

Sexual assault, drug and alcohol abuse and mental health are important topics on college campuses across the nation. The U provides students with several online trainings that address these topics and more.


U to enforce tobacco-free policy

Rice-Eccles Stadium no longer provides smoking areas during public events or Utah Football games.


Protecting campus working and learning environments

The Office of Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action and Title IX has a new website to help you navigate the process during a nondiscrimination or sexual misconduct investigation.


Campus policy regarding animals

Policy information on all animals on campus, including service animals.