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Answers to questions about the U’s COVID testing

The goal is to identify those who are asymptomatic and provide them with an opportunity to isolate themselves on campus or at home while the virus runs its course.

Support for the final stretch

The Marriott Library will be distributing care packages filled with study supplies and cookies as students head into the last weeks of fall semester.

What you need to know for staffing during winter break

While employees may be working remotely, the University of Utah is open and services will continue and be accessible.

Changes to campus mental health services

Session fees are now a thing of the past for the U community thanks to the U Student Mental Health Fee and other creative solutions.

Pronouns matter

Pronouns are an important part of our identities—they are the basics of how we want to be referred.

Air pollution’s effects on homeless populations

Whether or not they reside in shelters, people without housing are impacted by Utah’s air quality.

Friday Forum: A Racially Just Workplace

Register for the Nov. 20 Friday Forum on Racism in Higher Education.

Heroes in our midst

The U honored 11 Utah veterans with a tribute video for the 23rd annual Veterans Day event during the pandemic.

Recognizing extraordinary community outreach

APLU named the University of Utah the 2020 C. Peter Magrath Community Engagement Scholarship Award winner.

Campus Events


Go global during International Education Week

All of this year’s events will be offered in a virtual format following COVID-safe guidelines.

Help stop relationship and sexual violence

Join us in implementing the strategic plan for the McCluskey Center for Violence Prevention.

Women’s Resource Center scholarship

Apply for the Crankstart Scholarship by Dec. 4, 2020.

Research on sea ice featured in mathematics journal

Professors review significant recent advances in sea ice modeling.

Political Science chair wins book award

Brent Steele’s book, “Restraint in International Politics,” wins Book of the Year award

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Campus Events


Continuing to Recycle Rice-Eccles COVID-style

Many of us don’t realize how much waste our day-to-day life can generate, so here are a few suggestions to make your virtual tailgate a little less wasteful.

‘Behind the Scenes Reimagined’ with Ty Burrell

Join the “Modern Family” actor for a five-part webcast examining the Natural History Museum of Utah’s collections.

Humans of the U: Rebecca Walsh

“I feel like I’m doing something to protect the people I love.”

Spring 2021 Semester tuition questions answered

The U will implement a previously approved 2% tuition rate increase for spring 2021.

Campus Events


Utah vs. Arizona State Food Drive
Hinckley Forum: Monumental Racism?
Amplifying Black Queer Voices
Global Public Health Food Tour
Lee E. Teitelbaum Utah Law Review Symposium
Dancing Earth
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