What has the student government accomplished during the past year?
Associated Students of the University of Utah
Voting begins Monday, Feb. 22 for the 2021-22 student body presidency and closes Thursday, Feb. 25 at 5 p.m.
Conversations with students, faculty and staff shaping the direction of university police.
We are committed to justice, equity and creating a society welcoming of all.
A new Associated Students of the University of Utah (ASUU) presidency, has been sworn in for the 2020-21 academic year.
Interested in student government? Whether you want to run for office, or just need to know how to vote, we have everything you need to know right here.
The new ASUU leadership has a commitment to transparency, diversity, involvement, student health and safety.
“U students should know that we are working to address their needs and that we want to hear from them. As the ASUU president this year, I am excited to give back to U.”
National Voter Registration Day kicks off with the U’s participation in the Campus Cup, a state-wide, voter-registration effort. The challenge pits each of Utah’s colleges and universities against each other every two years in a competition to register the greatest percentage of voters.
Campus events seek to raise awareness and rejuvenate prevention efforts.