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U statement on Student and Exchange Visitor Program

The university applauds the federal government’s decision to rescind rules that could have negatively impacted international students.

U police commit to community service

Conversations with students, faculty and staff shaping the direction of university police.

The grand challenge to eliminate racism

University of Utah dean of the College of Social Work to co-chair national effort combating racism.

COVID-19 causes ‘hyperactivity’ in blood-clotting cells

Researchers found that inflammatory proteins produced by the virus significantly alter the function of platelets.

Responding to patients’ social needs

U scientists developed and tested a new tool that assesses the social needs of ER patients and, if necessary, refers them to up to 46 community resources available through United Way 211.

Community science birding data does not yet capture global bird trends

More observations and more focus on common birds could fill the data gap.

Pilot an Air Quality Scholars program

Air pollution is a major problem in Utah and around the world.

Campus Events


Farmers markets canceled

The spread of COVID-19 is causing the cancellation.

UTA service alerts

There are many ways to track transit on campus.

Hinckley Journal of Politics Vol. 21

The 2020 Hinckley Journal of Politics is now available.

Anti-Racism Poetry Workshop

Student Leadership & Involvement is hosting an Anti-Racism Poetry Workshop with Utah’s Poet Laureate, Paisley Rekdal for the first 12 registrants.

Pac-12 to conduct conference-only seasons for football, volleyball and soccer

The move comes as COVID-19 cases spike.

Fall 2020 Semester Guidance for International Students on F-1 Student Visas

International students, join us for a webinar to discuss how new federal guidelines will impact international students on an F-1 student visa at the University of Utah.

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Campus Events


Campus digital signage

You can see the new signs all over campus.

U introduces two new courses focused on COVID-19

Courses explore communication challenges and mathematical modeling of the pandemic.

Learning abroad and inbound exchange update

All university affiliated student international travel is suspended.

U Testing Center reopening

In-person testing will resume July 15, 2020, at the campus Testing Center on the fourth floor of the Student Services Building.

Campus Events


Jed Moss Memorial Concert
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