When bright minds turn dark

With mental health concerns among college students on the rise, the U provides a lifeline.


From super efficient solar cell technology, to hydrogen fuel cells, to low-emissions coal, U scientists and engineers are pursuing a range of alternative energy solutions.


The 4th Annual Community Engagement Day celebrates the strong bond between the University of Utah and the community that gives it home. Get involved and connect with your community.

Student Life

JUMP TO: Crimson Internship Program application deadline approaching U selects experienced commercialization expert and entrepreneur to lead Technology Commercialization Office Personal training sessions at the Student Life Center U and Chung-Ang University announce digital health partnership Utah Academic Libraries Consortium open textbooks statewide survey No vehicles allowed on the Marriott Plaza Customized holiday gifts by […]

Student Life

JUMP TO: Utah Academic Libraries Consortium open textbooks statewide survey No vehicles allowed on the Marriott Plaza U business school to offer life science product development program Customized holiday gifts by University Print & Mail Local chefs featured at Miller Cafe in the Lassonde Studios Follow the Lassonde Entrepreneur Institute New nonprofit mailing guidelines Apply […]

Improving course accessibility

Starting fall 2018, instructors and students may notice a small addition to the structure of their Canvas courses: Blackboard Ally.

COVID-19 guidance for the University of Utah

Dear Faculty Members, Staff, and Students, We are writing to share several important updates that affect the University of Utah community. As of today, March 3, 2020, there are no confirmed cases of the coronavirus (COVID-19) in the state of Utah. However, the nature of the worldwide COVID-19 outbreak is fluid and changing daily. As […]

Building justice

U celebrates grand opening of award-winning College of Law building, designed toΒ enhance innovation in legal education and strengthen the Law School’s commitment to community service.


JUMP TO: National emergency alert tests Potter Street closure and archaeological dig Free OSHA trainings and certifications Fall issue of Continuum magazine Metallurgical engineer awarded $440,000 for lithium-ion battery research Laura Kessler receives Fulbright Scholar Fellowship Professional Education offers certificates in legal professions Unauthorized vehicles on sidewalks Global Learning Across the Disciplines Grants Learning Abroad: […]


University of California at Santa Cruz professor explores new food activism in relation to the existing alternative food movement at Social Soup Lecture, Oct. 17.