The University of Utah is committed to fostering a culture of safety, with ongoing efforts to improve infrastructure, practices, campus awareness, and response to daily incidents as well as during crises.
Safety reporting at the U is being restructured to address challenges identified in reports.
Attempted sexual assault at 12:50 a.m., in the Stadium parking lot. Suspect left eastbound in a truck on South Campus Drive. Police investigating.
The latest update on the investigation into the reported sexual assault on campus.
At University of Utah Health, our focus is the health and well-being of our patients. Until the state infrastructure to support this law is fully in place in March 2020, we have developed interim guidance and answers to frequently asked questions about medical marijuana.
As a leading research and teaching institution, the University of Utah is committed to the principle of free speech, as articulated in the First Amendment, because it fuels the advancement of new ideas and new knowledge, which is at the core of our mission.
A sexual assault was reported to U campus police just after midnight on March 26, 2019.
The police investigation into an alleged sexual assault on campus is ongoing.
As a public campus, the U upholds freedom of expression and the right of speakers and audiences to be free from undue disruption and interference as protected by the Constitution.
The University of Utah mourns the tragic loss of one of our bright young family medicine residents, Sarah Hawley, MD. Dr. Hawley was a first-year resident who was focusing on continuing her studies in Family & Preventive Medicine.