Accessing UMail: “www” is a must
Please update your phone info in CIS
UCrew volunteers needed
Utah Red Fridays
Keith Diaz Moore to serve as interim chief sustainability officer
Ute gymnasts place eighth nationally in GPA
“Hooked on Books” donations needed
Call for volunteers: Be Well Utah 2018
Buy a Mac or iPad Pro, UTech will supply the Beats
New American Indian undergraduate student scholarships
Register for the Utah Heart and Stroke Walk
Volunteers needed for The Donate Life Transplant Games
Users who wish to access UMail via a web browser now need to use the full, correct URL (if they are not already doing so): www.umail.utah.edu.
Please note the difference: umail.utah.edu (no longer provides UMail access) vs. www.umail.utah.edu. Users may wish to bookmark the correct URL.
As always, users can access UMail using one of the following methods:
- Log in at www.umail.utah.edu
- Go to it.utah.edu and select the UMail button in the top-left area of the webpage or in the footer
- Go to utah.edu and select the UMail button in the footer
Please refer to the UIT Knowledge Base article “UMail Outlook Web Access (OWA)” for general information.
Removing the redirect from umail.utah.edu was necessary to prepare for an upcoming project that will integrate UMail, Active Directory (AD) and Office 365.
If you have questions, your local IT support staff may be able to assist, or please contact the UIT Help Desk (801-581-4000, option 1) or ITS Service Desk (801-587-6000).
Beginning Monday, Aug 6, 2018, the Department of Public Safety will be conducting an update of student, staff and faculty mobile phone numbers in the campus alert system.
In an emergency, the fastest and most effective way for the university to reach you is via text message to your cell phone. Campus Alerts are sent for critical life safety information or for immediate timely emergency information to help you take proactive actions.
You may have up to three mobile SMS numbers (partner, spouse, family member, etc) who will also receive Campus Alerts when you do. Please ensure your phone numbers are correct to limit Campus Alerts being sent to the wrong numbers. These fields are for mobile phones only—please no landline numbers.
HRE is currently seeking support from university students, staff and faculty to serve on UCrew, our group of volunteers who help students move into their rooms. Move-in is Thursday, Aug. 16, 2018, and UCrew shifts are from 8 a.m.-12 p.m. or 12-4 p.m. Signup is easy—just head to our UCrew page. Are you a leader or member of a club or organization?
If you get 75 percent participation from your members, you’ll receive a free event room rental at the Peter Heritage Center. Not only is this a great opportunity to connect with students, but you’ll also receive a free meal, free shirt and maybe even get to hang out with Swoop.
As the fall semester approaches, it is worth remembering that as with all great endeavors, sustainability begins with thoughtful and sustained action by each of us—as educators, as scholars and as citizens.
Utah’s eighth-place finish marks a return to the gymnastics academic top 10 for the Utes, who finished in the top five from 2012-16, including a first-place finish in 2014. It is the second national academic citation for the Utes this summer. Utah was also a recipient of the NCAA Public Recognition Award for placing in the top 10 percent of all gymnastics teams in the latest Academic Progress Rate report.
“We take a great deal of pride in achieving at the highest level, not only on the competitive floor but in the classroom,” said Ute co-head coach Tom Farden. “Finishing eighth in the academic national standings shows the exceptional commitment our gymnasts make to being well-rounded student-athletes.”
Eight members of Utah’s 2018 NCAA Super Six team earned WCGA Scholastic All-America awards: Alexia Burch, Erika Muhaw, Kim Tessen, Maddy Stover, Missy Reinstadtler, MyKayla Skinner, Shannon Mcnatt and Sydney Soloski. The WCGA was previously known as the National Association of Collegiate Gymnastics Coaches/Women).
We are soliciting donations of books, DVDs, CDs, Blu-ray, video games, board games or any other type of physical media. Please use this as an opportunity to declutter your collections, and pass these items on to other staff members who will enjoy them. Donation bins are located in seven places across campus and downtown. The last collection date will be Sept. 21. Please consider donating; it’s an excellent way to de-clutter your home and office.
- Marriott Library West Entrance
- Eccles Health Science Library
- S.J. Quinney Law Library
- Physics Building
- Human Resources Downtown Office
- Human Resources Annex Office
- Health Sciences
If you’ve enjoyed the event in the past and would like to get more involved, consider volunteering this year and complete this form.
This is an amazing offer, perfect for students gearing up for the busy fall season. Whether you are an incoming student buying a computer for classes or a faculty or staff member needing a tech update, this is a deal not to be missed.
All products are available at UTech in the main Campus Store, as well as the Campus Store Health. Be sure to stop by and grab the products you need to jumpstart your fall semester.
This offer ends Sept. 25, 2018.
- Freshmen or transfer student
- A minimum 2.5 GPA
- Full-time student (12 credit hours or more) and making good academic progress
- Financial need
- Demonstrate a desire or commitment to serving or working with the student’s tribal community post-graduation (based on the student’s personal statement as part of the scholarship application process)
Students who wish to apply for the scholarship must submit a one-page, typed personal statement addressing the question: How do you plan to apply your education post-graduation?
For more information and how to apply for the scholarship, go here.
Applications are due by midnight, Friday, Aug. 10, 2018
Register at heartwalkutah.org.
Questions? Contact the Heart & Stroke Walk Steering Committee at email@example.com.