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First Year Student Resources


Academic Resources

  • Stay on top of all key university dates with the academic calendars.

    View Calendars

  • From textbooks to the latest and greatest Utes gear, you can find it all at our campus store.

  • Explore the details and descriptions of courses, departments & programs.

    Explore Catalog

  • The primary support service for all international students and alumni. Click here for more information.

  • The University of Utah has academic resources and tutoring services available to all enrolled students. Click here for more information.

     

  • Our library on campus has all the resources students need to succeed.

  • Resources to promote the growth and success of students during their time at the U.

    Office of the Dean of Students

  • If you have any questions about AP and IB credit, please check out the resources here.

  • Our Academic Advisors are here to provide you quick answers to any questions as you embark on your academic career. Click here to get some answers!

  • Get involved in research at one of the premier research universities in the country.

    Research Resources

  • Supporting you in creating your success here at the University of Utah is the most important thing we do. We know that your situation is unique, so we take time to work closely with you to learn about your particular needs, aspirations, and goals.

    Student Success Coaches

Campus Community Resources

  • As an enrolled student, you are automatically a member of the Associated Students of the University of Utah. ASUU is led and represented by students elected by you. We strive to provide much-needed resources and services to students, host events and programs, and advocate for students in our interactions with University administrators. We work to be a powerful, representative, transparent, and inclusive voice for all students who call the University of Utah home.

  • Our mission is to inspire and mobilize people to strengthen communities, through learning, scholarship, and advocacy. Learn more here.

  • Check out the wide variety of fitness opportunities available on campus: outdoor adventures, climbing, swimming, group fitness classes, personal training, intramural sports, and sports clubs. You can find out more here.

  • The U has 21 fraternities and sororities with nearly 2,000 students involved. Greek life provides programming with a focus on personal development, health and wellness, risk management, diversity, equity & inclusion, and the promotion of leadership development.

  • This on-campus events and resources organization aims to better connect the student body. Some of UPC’s most recognized events are Crimson Nights, Welcome Week, Oktoberfest, Family Springfest, and more! Join today!

  • The Veterans Support Center is committed to establishing a supportive environment and welcoming campus culture for our veterans, military-connected members, and their families. We enhance the educational experience of the military affiliated students to remove barriers and maximize the academic, psychosocial, and career potentials that results in unconditional success in the classroom and beyond.

Safety & Wellness Resources

  • The Basic Needs Collective (BNC) functions as a space for student interaction, community development, and a coordinated exchange of information in order to promote wellness as a key to student success. Recognizing the many factors that contribute to wellness, the BNC seeks to provide a central location for resources related to food security, affordable housing, health insurance, managing finances, legal services, and mental health, to name a few. In order to do this, the BNC builds upon the existing success of institutional and community partnerships to facilitate supporting students through warm introductions and connections to internal and external partners.

  • Through community effort and research on topics such as race/racism and social justice, the Black Cultural Center seeks to create an inclusive community for all students and faculty at the U.

  • Find classes, parking, food and everything in between.

    Browse Campus Map

  • Services to assist University students, faculty, and staff in their search for quality child care services. Click here to learn more.

  • We provide academic, housing and campus accommodations among other services to those with disabilities. Click here for more information.

  • The Center for Campus Wellness team consists of prevention specialists, educators, victim-survivor advocates, and a cohort of students who provide comprehensive wellness and safety services to the campus community.  Established in 1988 as the Alcohol and Drug Education program, this Center has since evolved, developed and expanded to better serve the campus community through the commitment of being the primary education and wellness resource office for the University of Utah.

    We offer wellness education, trainings and workshops, victim-survivor advocacy services and support, STI/HIV testing for students, and student involvement opportunities.

  • The University of Utah food pantry provides non-perishable, nourishing food for our students, their families, faculty, and staff. Why? Because there are times when we all have struggles: Loss of a job, paying tuition, medical emergencies. The basic demands of life sometimes make us have to choose between food or bills. We don’t want any member of our Campus Community to have to choose between having some food on the table and keeping up with the emergencies that come up.

  • The Financial Wellness Center provides a competent and confidential atmosphere where students and post docs can have access to accredited counseling services, quality financial education and appropriate tools to achieve lifelong successful financial outcomes.

  • The primary support service for all international students and alumni. Click here for more information.

  • The LGBT Center provides members of the LGBTQIA+ with the opportunity to build a community with other students while providing educational experiences and celebrating the LGBTQIA+ community.

  • It’s ok to not be ok. We offer a wide variety of services to support you.

    Mental Health Resources

  • Resources to promote the growth and success of students during their time at the U.

    Office of the Dean of Students

  • A comprehensive website for all safety-related information, reporting and support resources, training and more at the University of Utah.

    Visit SafeU

  • All University of Utah students, their spouses, and dependents are eligible for care at the Student Health Center. Eligible students pay a small student health fee as part of their University tuition fees that allows the center to discount certain services 30-60% over other community providers. All F1 and J1 visa holders who are part of the English Language Institute (ELI) courses are also eligible for services at the center while taking classes.

  • The Women's Resource Center (WRC) supports student well-being and success through programs, counseling, training, and scholarships services to assist University students, faculty, and staff in their search for quality child care.

Tuition & Financial Aid Resources

  • Stay on top of all university dates with the academic calendars.

    View Calendars

  • 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.

    In order for information to be released to a designated third party, the student's ID number must be provided along with the student created PIN code. It's 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. Student's may update the PIN code and list of third parties at any time.

    FERPA Consent Form

  • Find out more information about your next steps in the financial aid and scholarship process.

    Visit Financial Aid

  • Your one-stop shop for all things tuition, FAFSA and fees.

    Tuition Services