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5 tips to thrive at the U from President Taylor Randall

Welcome to the U! Have an excellent academic year.

Welcome to the Fall 2022 Semester

Student Affairs is ready to support student well-being and success.

Mental health resources on campus

Experts from the U’s Counseling Center offer their insights on how to mentally prepare to go back to college.

3 signs you may have monkeypox

While a person may not show all signs of infection, here is what you should look for.

Encouraging civic engagement

The Academic Freedom Committee will host a series of campus events.

To boldly know what no one has known before

Gail Zasowski’s research will help us understand how the infant Milky Way grew into the massive spiral galaxy that we see today.

Air you can chew: The history of Utah’s air quality

Exploration of newspaper articles shows Utah’s awareness of air quality issues over time, as well as the actions taken to address the “smoke nuisance” since the 19th century.

BOOM! A meteor crashes across Utah’s sky

On the morning of Aug. 13, a mysterious boom rattled windows and Utahns’ nerves across the Wasatch Front.

Adventures in the Canadian Arctic

Last May, mathematics graduate students Rebecca Hardenbrook and Julie Sherman participated in Sea Ice School at the Canadian High Arctic Research Station in Cambridge Bay, Canada.

Campus Events


Part-Time & On-Campus Job Fair

Looking for a flexible jobs that works around your student schedule? Don’t miss the Part-Time & On-Campus Job Fair this Wednesday where you can talk with on-campus and off-campus employers about their opportunities! No need to dress up, just come as you are and explore your options. Wednesday, August 24 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. […]

Hospital Urgent Care to close

Other locations will be able to meet the health care needs of the community.

Giving students the InsideTrack to graduation

The Office of Undergraduate Studies is excited to announce a partnership with national nonprofit InsideTrack on an ambitious multi-year initiative that will harness the power of one-on-one student success coaching to help more students complete college. The collaboration will provide one-on-one success coaching for up to 500 first-year, high-financial-need students, helping them to navigate a […]

Verónica Valdez begins as Department Chair of Education, Culture, and Society

Valdez studies the experiences of multilingual learners and has served as a leader in the American Educational Research Association.

Computer-aided chemistry center awarded Phase II status

$20 million in additional funding aids development of streamlined and efficient chemical design tools.

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Campus Events


U and BYU receive $7M from U.S. Department of Education

The grant supports language study and international education.

SEED2SOIL annual research grants awarded

Each project represents researchers and students working collaboratively with U Facilities on real-world applications.

Utah Across Utah Tour: Summit County leaders ask for help with planning, workforce

The tour also included a visit to Utah Film Studios, a meeting with Utah Olympic Legacy Foundation leaders and a ride on the 90-foot Nordic ski jump in inner tubes.

Utah Across Utah Tour: Focus on the economy in Eastern Utah

On the fourth leg of his statewide tour, Randall and U research and student engagement leaders traveled to the Uintah Basin, Wasatch and Summit counties.

Campus Events


Free Week at Eccles Student Life Center
Get Involved Fair
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