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Rice-Eccles Stadium expansion announced

The stadium renovation, which is conditional on financing approval, should be completed prior to the kickoff of the 2021 football season, increasing capacity to 51,444.

U pedals to gold

The U earned a Gold Bicycle Friendly University designation from the League of American Bicyclists thanks to efforts to promote safe, accessible bicycling on campus.

One bill: Housing & tuition

Students living in the Housing and Residential Education facilities will now see their tuition and housing fees combined into one bill.

NCAA graduation success rates

Ninety-five percent of U student-athletes graduate within six years of enrolling in school.

Statement about Title IX proposed regulations | U ranked No. 9 for undergrad, No. 19 for grad entrepreneur studies by Princeton Review | Golden Spike Award winners | Staff Scholarship | Send personal packages home, please | Customized holiday gifts and cards by University Print & Mail Services | New eatery on campus: Carolyn's Kitchen | October Advisor of the Month
‘Miss Bennet: Christmas at Pemberley’
"Miss Bennet: Christmas at Pemberley" runs Nov. 30-Dec. 15
Polio-like illness causes concern
Polio-like illness causes concern | Hidden sugars could contribute to childhood obesity | How to treat skin conditions on the foot

A global leader

The Office for Global Engagement plans to expand the U’s global impact by increasing learning abroad opportunities, bringing more international students to campus and reaching out to the international community.

Campus alert update

The U sent out a campus-wide notification just before 10 p.m., Nov. 15. Here is more information about the timing of the alert.

Saving birds

U project provides students with hands-on learning opportunities to make a difference.