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Student Resources

  • Academic Advising Center: 450 SSB, 801-581-8146, advising.utah.edu. Advisors help students with University graduation requirements, policies and procedures, selecting classes, and major exploration and decision making.
  • Departmental Advisors: utah.edu/academic-advising-appts.php. Each academic department has an advisor who can provide information regarding requirements for that major.
  • Center for Student Wellness: Student Life Center, Ste. 2100, 801-581-7776, https://wellness.utah.edu/. Provides students with necessary resources and support to be physically, emotionally, and mentally healthy.
  • Center for Child Care & Family Resources: 408 Union, 801-585-5897, https://childcare.utah.edu/.  Provides information on types and availability of childcare to students.
  • Counseling Center: 426 SSB, 801-581-6826, https://counselingcenter.utah.edu/. Provides help with personal problems and self-understanding.
  • Center for Disability & Access: 162 Union, 801-581-5020, https://disability.utah.edu/. Provides support to students with all types of disabilities.
  • Dean of Students: 270 Union, 801-581-7066, https://deanofstudents.utah.edu/. Serves as an advocate for students facing challenges to their success as students.
  • Financial Aid and Scholarships: 105 SSB, 801-581-6211, https://financialaid.utah.edu/. Provides students a wide variety of opportunities to receive financial support through grants, loans, and scholarships.
  • International Student and Scholar Services: 410 Union, 801-581-8876, https://isss.utah.edu/. Primary campus resource for international students and central organization for all students interested in gaining intercultural skills and global awareness.
  • Student Advocacy Board: 234 Union, 801-581-2788, https://asuu.utah.edu/boards/studentresourcesboard. Offers resources and referrals regarding rights and legal issues.
  • Office for Equity & Diversity: http://diversity.utah.edu/
    • American Indian Resource Center (AIRC): 1925 De Trobriand Street #622, 801-581-7392, https://diversity.utah.edu/centers/airc/. Provides academic support, career counseling, mentoring, and program activities for the American Indian community, as well as the larger campus community.
    • Center for Ethnic Student Affairs (CESA): 235 Union, 801-581-8151, https://diversity.utah.edu/centers/cesa/. Provides programs and support services to students of color.
    • Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender (LGBT) Resource Center: 409 Union, 801-587-7973, https://lgbt.utah.edu/. Offers a safe environment for LGBTQ+ students, staff, faculty and their allies to embrace marginalized gender identities and sexual orientations.
  • Student Health Center: Madsen Health Center, Level 1, 555 Foothill Blvd., 801-581-6431, https://studenthealth.utah.edu/. Provides low-cost medical care and student health insurance options.
  • Student Housing: Benchmark Plaza Bldg. 822, 5 Heritage Center, 801-587-2002, https://housing.utah.edu/ 
  • Women’s Resource Center: 411 Union, 801-581-8030, https://womenscenter.utah.edu/. Provides support and services to women and men including individual and group counseling, services for nontraditional single parents, and programming for students, faculty, and staff.
  • Veteran’s Support Center: 418 Union, 801-587-7722, https://veteranscenter.utah.edu/. Provides current information and support programs to Veteran students to assist them with their transition to college.
  • Associated Students of the University of Utah (ASUU): 234 Union, 801-581-2788, https://asuu.utah.edu/. Students participate in student government, plan events and activities, administer the budget and sit on committees and boards with administrators and faculty.
  • Bennion Community Service Center: 101 Union, 801-581-4811, https://bennioncenter.org/. Students can volunteer for or initiate and lead community service projects.
  • Campus Recreation: Student Life Center, Ste. 1836, 801-581-8898, https://campusrec.utah.edu/. Get involved with and/or rent or buy equipment for outdoor adventure activities.
  • Fraternities and Sororities: 228 Union, 801-581-8061, https://fraternityandsororitylife.utah.edu/. The U of U Greek system consists of 7 sororities and 9 fraternities.
  • Chemistry Tutoring Help Rooms: https://chem.utah.edu/undergraduate/resources/index.php. Free tutoring for General and Organic chemistry. See website for schedule and locations.
  • Computer Centers: 801-581-4000, https://it.utah.edu/help/. There are over 20 open-access labs across campus. The Marriott Library (801-581-6494) offers instructional workshops free to students. Student ID required.
  • Learning Success Center: 330 SSB, 801-581-8746, https://learningcenter.utah.edu/. Offers Supplemental Instruction for certain lower division courses and learning skills classes like time management, study skills, test preparation and more.
  • Career & Professional Development Center: 350 SSB, 801-581-6186, https://careers.utah.edu/. Provides students access to a career library, one-on-one assistance from career counselors, student employment, internships and more.
  • Hinckley Institute of Politics: Bldg. 72 Rm.102, 801-581-8501, https://www.hinckley.utah.edu/. Offers internship opportunities both locally and abroad and sponsors a series of informative forums.
  • Honors College: 1975 DeTrobriand, Fort Douglas #619, 801-581-7383, https://honors.utah.edu/. Provides innovative and unique learning opportunities in order to achieve an Honors degree.
  • Innovation Scholar –105 Fort Douglas #604, 801-581-7461, https://lassonde.utah.edu/innovation. Provides opportunities for students to plan and implement solutions to current societal questions and problems.
  • Learning Abroad: 159 Union Bldg. 801-581-5849, https://learningabroad.utah.edu/. Offers information on educational experiences and work opportunities abroad.
  • My U Signature Experience (MUSE): Sill Center, 801-587-3172, https://muse.utah.edu/. Program focuses on providing student with unique learning experience and involvement opportunities.
  • Preprofessional Advising, https://advising.utah.edu/preprofessional
    • Pre-Law: Building 44 & SSB 450: 801-581-8146
    • Pre-Medicine, Pre-Dental, Pre-Physican Assistant, Pre-Pharmacy, Pre-Physical Therapy, Pre-Occupational Therapy, Pre-Optometry, Pre-Veterinary, Pre-Chiropractic: Building. 44, Room 208 & SSB 450: 801-581-5744
  • UGS 1020 – Intro to Pre-Med (1 credit) UGS 1030Intro to Pre-Dental (1 credit)
  • UGS 1050 – Major Exploration (1 credit)
  • Ed. Psych. 2600 – Strategies for College Success (3 credits)
  • LEAP 1060– Methods and Technologies of Library Research (1 credit)
Last Updated: 3/28/19