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Adjusting to online learning

It’s a strange time for professors and students at the University of Utah.

U takes lead in state’s health and economic recovery plan

The Kem C. Gardner Policy Institute is leading the creation of a newly released plan to guide Utah’s efforts in achieving both a health and economic recovery from the coronavirus.

U’s libraries produce much-needed supplies for COVID-19 crisis

Medical grade 3-D-printed face shields will go to health care workers.

Maintain your PEAK fitness for free

The U’s PEAK program is offering free virtual fitness and mindfulness classes.

How to show others you care in the time of COVID-19

Visits are out. Video chats are in. How to care for others in the time of COVID-19.

U will waive tuition increase until January, re-evaluate in fall

This means the U will forego $4.4 million for the full 2020-21 academic year.

9 things you need to know about the 2020 census

The U.S. Census Bureau recommends that students who moved away from campus but who spent the majority of the school year living on campus still use their Utah address when responding.

Tips for successful virtual meetings

Keep meetings running smoothly.

What it takes: Warrior women

Women’s Week 2020 celebrates the knowledge and power of indigenous women and their communities.

Campus Events


The campus store is here for you!

Curbside pick-up will be available for merchandise online orders at the main Campus Store location only

Five Ute gymnasts named regular season All-Americans

The five Red Rocks all earned the first regular season All-America honors of their careers.

Commencement or no commencement, memorialize your achievement

Never before has the University of Utah cancelled commencement ceremonies.

Mental health services March 30-April 3

Learn how to cope with stress, anxiety, and depression in these sessions open to faculty, staff and students.

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Get involved: Online speech contest

All University of Utah students are eligible to win a $1,000-$5,000 scholarship by submitting a two-minute speech online.

College of Education names new dean

Professor Nancy Songer has accepted an offer to serve as dean of the College of Education.

Connecting creativity through the Corona Art Collective

Stay well and stay connected.

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