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University of Utah 2022 Commencement returns—in person

The U will celebrate 8,609 graduates.

Commuting and parking around Commencement 2022

Here’s everything you need to know to navigate busier roadways and crowded parking lots.

Congrats Class of 2022!

Welcome new alumni!

Humans of the U: Preston Hadley

“If I had the chance to give some advice to first-year students, I would remind them to take it all in. There is no rush. The jobs and opportunities will always be there, but you only go to college once.”

Humans of the U: Sanila Math

“During my time as a college student, I’ve been grateful for the supportive environment that allowed me to really dive into my studies and find topics and fields of study that I’m passionate about.”

Humans of the U: Jaina Lee

“The things I have appreciated the most about my time here at the U have been the personal connections that I’ve been able to make with friends and colleagues.”

Inside the Office of the Dean of Students

If you’re uncertain about what this office does, then read on for some answers.

Satellite Physical Therapy program to kick off in St. George

The Doctoral of Physical Therapy program, the first satellite program from the College of Health, extends the U experience to Southern Utah.

How to assess a community’s resilience

A case study in a Mexican ranching village shows how communities’ resilience depends on whether the scale of their preparation matches the scale of challenges they may face.

Campus Events


May 2022 Academic Senate meeting

The final meeting of this year’s Academic Senate is Monday, May 2, from 3-5:30 p.m.

Open enrollment is underway!

The new plan year begins July 1st and ends June 30, 2023. 

Campus landscape water conservation efforts

The University of Utah is taking significant strides to reduce its water use.

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Campus Events


Helping refugees through technology

The project has been key for participants in their adaptation to the American culture.

Ride SPIN on campus this fall

With 100 e-scooters and 50 e-bikes on campus, students, employees and visitors have affordable and sustainable transportation options.

The future is here

Robot food delivery is now available on campus.

NHMU launches Triceratops Traits for middle schoolers

The Research Quest program is designed to improve students’ critical thinking skills using real-world science investigations with researchers.

Campus Events


Lassonde 20th Anniversary Party & Marketplac
Open Studio: Community Quilting
Joes Valley Bouldering/Yoga Weekend Trip
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