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Day of Collective Action scheduled for March 22, 2022

President Randall calls for a campus-wide moment of reflection and action designed to propel our collective goal to create an inclusive community forward.

Representation in science

Black students and scientists have faced unfair and unjust barriers in science.

Serving all of Utah

The U hires its first in-state regional admissions counselor.

Using social media to talk about sexual assault

Ignorance isn’t an excuse for causing harm, yet it may give insight into a solution.

Protect yourself from email and other scams

A recent scam impacting the U begins by enticing students with a well-paying research position and ends with the loss of money. Learn what to watch out for.

COVID-19 and increased stroke risk

Vascular complications go along with COVID infections, which can lead to strokes and other cardiovascular issues.

Nourishing the roots of rural health

Founded in 2018, RUUTE increases medical education opportunities for people in rural and underserved areas of Utah.

Humans of the U: Harry Cross Jr.

“I find my time here fascinating, and try to contribute as much as I can to improving this already great university.”

U students to present research on Capitol Hill

U students will showcase their research on Feb. 8 at the Utah State Capitol.

Campus Events


Save the dates for Women’s Week

Women’s Week 2022 will be March 14-18.

Show your love in true Utah style

Order your unique Valentine’s Day gifts now!

Utah’s Clean Slate Law

Beginning Feb. 10, this newly implemented law will simplify the existing legal expungement process to remove barriers to jobs, education, housing and other basic needs for Utahns.

Trade in your space heater

If you are a U faculty, staff or intern, you can trade your space heater for a free electric blanket.

Stay up to date on university regulations

From policies about research or academics to policies about human resources or information technology, university regulations affect many facets of life at the university for all members of the community, including faculty, staff and students.

Take time to improve your well-being and earn $80 in the process

A U student led project that aims to boost mental health and well-being for all college students is recruiting several hundred students to participate in six peer support sessions.

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Campus Events


Black history at your fingertips

There are numerous resources available.

Get ready for U Giving Day 2022

Help raise critical funding to ensure the continued support for U students, patients, alumni and the greater community.

Think before you throw

Look out for the new recycling signs designed by students.

Avoid a costly mistake

Stationary object accidents are the most common auto claim filed at the U.

Campus Events


STEM Internship & Career Fair
Strange Fruit: Why We Must Address Anti-Black Racism
Financial fitness workshop for employees
CSBS Social Solutions Series
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