We get it. Starting off your college experience can seem like a confusing and intimidating process. Don’t worry, we promise to help you every step of the way.
This student checklist will walk you through your first steps.
Congratulations! You’re in and now the fun begins.
Communicate with the university and your professors while staying updated on all important information at the U. Your UMail will automatically be set up as your uNID@utah.edu.
How to access UMail:
- Go to https://www.umail.utah.edu
- Log in with uNID@umail.utah.edu and password
(Having trouble accessing your UMail? Connect with Campus Help Desk)
Your next step is to confirm your intent to enroll at the U and pay your enrollment deposit by May 1. You MUST confirm your enrollment if you want to apply for housing.
The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) forbids the university from releasing personal identifiable student educational records or files, or personal information contained in those files, without the student's written consent, except in specified situations. Click the button below to begin filling out your FERPA form.
In order for ANY student information to be released to a designated third party, the student's uNID must be provided along with the student created PIN code. It is the student's responsibility to give that required information to the designated third party. A third party that is not correctly identified and verified, will be denied. Students may update the PIN code and list of third parties at any time.
Fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to be considered for grants, loans, and work-study.
24/25 FAFSA is now open!
Want to live on our world-class campus? Visit housing.utah.edu to begin your application for your new home at the U or join a living-learning community (LLC) of students with similar interests!
|First year 2024-2025 Housing Application Opens
|First year LLC/TC deadline
|First year Traditional Housing Application Deadline
Once you’ve worked up an appetite, explore the many delicious dining options we have on campus. Find the meal plan that’s right for you here.
We know you want to get involved on campus, but first you need to activate your Campus Connect account! Get started here.
Your mental and physical well-being is of the utmost importance to us. We have resources available to help you take care of yourself.
Since you'll be signing up for classes at NSO, you should take some time before-hand to think about what you want to study! Our fantastic Academic Advisors have made this process simple, by outlining some tips & resources for you to get your mind expanding. Check them out here:
We want you to pursue your passions in life. We have a seemingly endless library of majors for you to choose from to fulfill those passions. Click here to start exploring our majors at the U!
Please have your high school submit your official high school transcript sent at the time of application submission or earlier if possible. Emailed transcripts will not be considered official. For more information on how to submit your transcripts, click here and navigate to the "Send Official High School Transcripts" tab.
Submit Official Transcripts for Concurrent Enrollment or Dual Credit
If you completed any courses during high school for college credit, you will need to submit an official transcript from the college or university that is granting this credit. These must be sent from the credit-granting college or university and be submitted to the University of Utah’s Office of Admissions.
Student can pay for tuition and all university fees using a variety of methods. For more information, click here.
Spring 2024 Tuition deadline: January 19, 2024 at 4:45pm
Summer 2024 Tuition deadline: May 22, 2024 at 4:45pm
Fall 2024 Tuition deadline: August 30, 2024 at 4:45pm
Now is the time to start exploring interests and seeking experiences that will lead to your successful future. Make an appointment with a Career Coach to begin your journey now—they can help you sort through options and opportunities. To find student jobs and internships, set up your profile on Handshake and see what’s out there for you.
It's important to keep yourself and our campus community healthy. Please view our immunization requirements below.
Your UCard is your key to campus! Students use their UCard to access campus buildings like dorms or the student life center. UCards are also required for campus events, services, and discounts. If you’re a student at the U, you NEED your UCard! Upload your photo now, so you’re ready for fall!