Safety

Presidential statement on bomb threat on campus

Immediate action and status report on the Black Cultural Center bomb threat.


Do the right thing: Report suspected fraud or abuse

Hotline reports are regularly investigated.


2022 sexual assault campus climate survey open to U students

The results will help university leadership better understand the extent of sexual misconduct and sexual assault among students.


Spring 2022 Back-to-School Town Hall

U senior leadership discussed COVID-related questions including the impact of the omicron variant, updated health and safety protocols, new self-serve testing options, staffing shortage issues and more.


Keith Squires named chief safety officer

Squires has been serving as interim chief safety officer since April 2021.


Sexual assault campus climate survey to open January 2022

U students will have the opportunity to voice their experiences about the climate of the University of Utah campus as they begin the Spring 2022 Semester.


Don’t fear the needle

U therapists have partnered with a nationwide network helping people overcome needle phobia.


Action required: VPN users must switch to GlobalProtect client by Dec. 31

Switching to the GlobalProtect VPN client in advance will help avoid service interruptions and performance degradation.


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

Statement on racist and bias incident on campus

Racist and hateful behavior on our campus is an offense to our entire community.


Meet the 2021-22 student leadership

The first all-female presidency in the university’s history is focused on improving campus accessibility, affordability, safety, solidarity and is working hard to affect positive change across campus and elevate student voices.