Humans of the U: Lisa McMurtrey

“I think the type of work that I do requires self-care, but in general, I like to build in a balance of work and relaxation into my daily life. Using public transportation helps me achieve that balance.”

Practice #SafeSix

The Center for Student Wellness has six steps for people to take to keep the community safe and slow the spread of COVID-19.

Conversations for Change with recap video

This series of dialogues will focus on university policies and procedures that directly affect marginalized and underrepresented communities.

Student Life

JUMP TO: April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month Data retrieval tool for the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is unavailable The U is officially a voter friendly campus John R. Park Debate Society earns national championship April is National Distracted Driving Awareness Month The Office of the Registrar announces electronic wait list Matlab: […]

Fall planning town hall

The evolving plans for the Fall 2021 Semester look to the future of the health landscape and how campus will be reopened in phases with best health practices in place.

What are you saving for?

Saving money and creating a budget can be stressful. Learn financial tips and tricks during U Saves Week, Feb. 23-25.

DOG DAYS OF SUMMER

There is a perk to these sun-soaked, dog days of summer: It’s an excuse to show photos of dogs who love the U just as much as their owners.

HUMANS OF THE U: TAMERIN SMITH

I decided I would start a year of saying β€œyes” to everything, no matter how scared I was. My biggest adventure took me to Haiti to work with amputee mothers from the 2010 earthquake. There was no electricity after 7 p.m., and you could not step off your porch at night because the guard dogs were trained to kill any stranger on the property.