@ The U Newsletter

Welcome back to campus

Incoming class follows on the heels of record-breaking graduating class and an increase in the U’s six-year graduation rate.

A culture of inclusion and safety

The University of Utah values an inclusive campus and wants all in its community to feel welcome here.

Tobacco-free campus

A new student-led initiative has made its way through the Academic Senate and will make the U a tobacco-free campus.

Commuting around the U

Commuter Services offers new ways to make commuting as easy and stress-free as possible.

Administration responds to events in Charlottesville, on campus and building a culture of inclusion and safety | Upcoming weekday football games, parking and classes | Academic Senate agenda for Aug. 28 | University Teaching Committee call for applications and nominations | New look coming for CIS Sept. 8 | New English language proficiency tests
A Healthier U
What fitness class is right for me? | Water can burn like fire | Exercising in the hot summer can expose you to high levels of ozone
HR Updates
Get the SafeUT crisis text and tip smartphone app | WellU weight loss program: One year to a lighter you | New building draws more events to the U's S.J. Quinney College of Law | EAD call for volunteers
Safe & Sound
Pedestrian crosswalk safety


The newly remodeled galleries at the Utah Museum of Fine Arts come back to life this weekend as the museum welcomes visitors once again.


Dianne S. Harris, dean of the College of Humanities, has been selected for new position with the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.


Sustainability Scholars learning community launches in fall 2017.