Maintain your PEAK fitness for free

The U’s PEAK program is offering free virtual fitness and mindfulness classes.

Adjusting to online learning

It’s a strange time for professors and students at the University of Utah.

U will waive tuition increase until January, re-evaluate in fall

This means the U will forego $4.4 million for the full 2020-21 academic year.

Mental Health services this week March 30-April 3

Learn how to cope with stress, anxiety, and depression in these sessions open to faculty, staff and students.

A 2020 Census worker with an official satchel approached a residence.

9 things you need to know about the 2020 census

The U.S. Census Bureau recommends that students who moved away from campus but who spent the majority of the school year living on campus still use their Utah address when responding.

PPE needed

We are asking researchers on campus to provide a listing of needed PPE that they have on hand.

3D printed face shield

U’s libraries produce much-needed supplies for COVID-19 crisis

Medical grade 3-D-printed face shields will go to health care workers.

Group of 2019 HIP Talks winners

Get involved: Online speech contest

All University of Utah students are eligible to win a $1,000-$5,000 scholarship by submitting a two-minute speech online.

Guidance about face mask donations from U of U Health

Homemade cloth masks do not provide the appropriate level of antimicrobial protection for caregivers.

On-campus living—all about community

Living on campus isn’t just for your first year. Staying for multiple years allows you to meet new people and make new friends every year, and you get to experience all campus life has to offer. On-campus living isn’t just about convenience; it’s about community.