Related Campus Units
Behavioral Intervention Specialists
Provides faculty and staff with support and intervention resources.
Fosters lifelong service and civic participation by engaging the university with the greater community in action, change and learning.
Center for Disability and Access
Provides direct assistance to students and works with instructors to provide accommodations such as in-class note-takers, readers, extended exam times, quiet exam rooms, and interpreters for the deaf or hard of hearing, etc.
Center for Science and Mathematics Education
Phone: (801) 585-1985
Offers programs and activities for instructors that focus on increasing student achievement and persistence in math and science.
Center for Student Wellness
Assists students in skill development that will enhance their personal wellness and ability to succeed.
Child care services on-campus for children 6 weeks to 7 years of age.
Individual and group counseling services are available to all students at costs based on university affiliation and income. No eligible person will be denied service for financial reasons. A wide variety of classes and workshops are also available.
Phone: 801-581-6049 or 801-581-4670
Place electronic or hard copies of course materials on reserve for students.
Dean of Students
Administers the Student Conduct procedures, provides advocacy assistance to students in need, and advises student organizations.
Office for Faculty
Contains links to policies and procedures that apply to faculty appointments, as well as additional information about our campus and surroundings that may be of interest to faculty.
Serves as the primary campus contact for international students, scholars and alumni.
International TA (ITA) Program
Provides on-going training and support to all graduate students who are non-native speakers of North American English in the form of graduate-level spoken English classes, mid-semester student evaluations, and seminars on topics of interest.
LGBT Resource Center
Provides a comprehensive range of education, information and advocacy services, and works to create and maintain an open, safe, and supportive environment for LGBT students, staff, faculty, alumni, and the entire campus community.
Marriott Library Copyright Overview
My Utah Signature Experience (MUSE) works to engage people, programs, and resources across campus and beyond, The University of Utah MUSE Project fosters the intellectual and creative potential of all students to promote individual growth and build a more flourishing society.
Office of Equal Opportunity
Works to ensure a quality environment at the University of Utah where all members of the university community are treated in an equitable and fair manner.
Office for Inclusive Excellence
Resources for inclusion on campus. Report a bias incident.
Office of the Registrar
Maintains and provides access to student records, coordinates the registration process, schedules academic classes, and evaluates candidates for graduation.
Teaching & Learning Technologies (formerly TACC)
Provides technology support in both physical and virtual learning spaces. Services include: Canvas consultations, classroom recording services, flipped classroom equipment rental, interactive video conferencing and portable equipment rental for credited course work free of charge.
Administration of both standardized placement exams and individual class make-up exams.
The mission of the Tutoring Center is to provide high quality affordable tutoring and invaluable teaching experience through tutoring jobs to U of U students.
Find out the deadlines and requirements for thesis submission.
UEN Professional Development
UEN connects all Utah school districts, schools, and higher education institutions to a robust network and quality educational resources. UEN is one of the nation's premier education networks.
Undergraduate Studies is dedicated to student success, inclusive excellence, the engagement of students in high impact programs, and providing a transformative undergraduate education.
Utah Neurodiversity Workforce Program
The UNWP is funded to enhance the higher education success and employment outcome for neurodiverse individuals (including those with autism spectrum disorder, dyslexia, Tourettes syndrome, and more). Their website includes resources for both students and instructors of neurodiverse individuals.
Veterans Support Center
A center on-campus that provides services, support, resources, and scholarships for veterans.
Undergraduates: Marriott Library, Rm 2701 Graduate Students: Marriott Library, Rm 1180B Business School: SFEBB, Rm 1171
Women's Resource Center
Focuses on women's needs such as single parent concerns, support for non-traditional students and gender issues.