Center for Student Wellness

Domestic Violence Awareness Month

The Center for Student Wellness leads this annual campus-wide campaign.


September is Suicide Prevention Month

You are not alone. We are here to support and help you through times of crisis.


U statement regarding Sept. 3 UnsafeU protests

Safety is a top priority for the University of Utah.


Keeping up with Student Affairs

Vice President for Student Affairs Lori McDonald launched a new series of video interviews with her directors to keep students updated on available support in this new virtual era for campus.


White background, text reads "April is sexual assault awareness month"

April 2020: Sexual Assault Awareness Month

Here’s what the Center for Student Wellness has planned for campus.


No time for hate: COVID-19 stigma

Addressing a nationwide increase in number of reports regarding bias incidents directed toward students and faculty perceived to be of Asian descent amid the COVID-19 outbreak.


Health resources for students

Do you know where to go for help on campus?


Five members of the victim-survivor advocacy team flash the U

Here for U

An office on campus is staffed entirely by graduates and current students of the U, and almost all of them are from the same college.


Stopping interpersonal violence before it happens

A new initiative is bringing together students, staff and faculty in an effort to address factors that can lead to sexual violence.


We want to hear from you

Help the U better understand its climate on sexual assault and sexual misconduct by participating in an upcoming survey.