On the road

School is back in session and due to ongoing campus construction, parking will be challenging. Ditch your carβ€”and the headacheβ€”and use alternative modes of transportation, including the campus shuttles with revised routes that are even faster.

A HEALTHIER U

New Year’s Resolution: take care of yourself, the dangers of misusing prescription medication and the perils of sensitive teeth.

Halloween eye safety

You might see a lot of scary sights on Halloweenβ€”most of them fun and harmless. But one freaky sight you want to avoid is an eye infection caused by illegal colored contact lensesβ€”also called β€œfashion” or β€œcostume” lenses.

Announcements

JUMP TO: Moran Eye Center Ophthalmology Residency program named among nation’s top 10 Constituent/customer relationship management (CRM) software use SURVEY The Right Textbook for Your Course Utah Football Hosts Faculty AND Staff Appreciation Game Customized Promotional Items by University Print & Mail Homecoming Royalty Applications are Open S.J. Quinney College of Law launches new early […]

Announcements

JUMP TO: UNIVERSITY STATEMENT ON DAVID CROSS PERFORMANCE TAWANDA OWENS NAMED EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF DIVERSE STUDENT ADVOCACY PAULA SMITH NAMED INTERIM ASSOCIATE VICE PRESIDENT FOR EQUITY AND DIVERSITY Posting Policy CSBS STUDENT SUCCESS CENTER OPENS Inclusive Access Saves Students 70-80 PERCENT on Textbooks, First-Day Access Education at Work hiring students HAVLICK, JOHNSON HIRED AS HEAD […]

Make alternative transit time count

Emissions-saving challenges are most effective if participants make alternative transit fun, interesting or productive.

Student Life

JUMP TO: Crimson Internship Program application deadline extended Massage therapy expands hours to Saturday and Sunday Give the gift of wellness: Campus Recreation Services gift certificates now on sale Personal training sessions at the Student Life Center Utah Academic Libraries Consortium open textbooks statewide survey Customized holiday gifts by University Print & Mail Apply now […]

MAKING NEW TRAILS

First-generation students experience an alternative break designed just for them.