You came to the University of Utah for an education, but sometimes roadblocks get in the way. Whether you need academic assistance, a welcoming space to study or meet friends, or help with personal obstacles, we’re here to help with support to get you back on your feet.
A home away from home for American Indian students and allies. The AIRC offers a wide variety of student services for all interested students from academic support to cultural events.
Your one stop shop for discovery and expanded awareness of the world of work. Currently offering personal coaching, resume reviews, networking secrets, internship connections, career fairs and a whole lot more. Don’t wait until you’re a senior to make the connection.
From nationally-accredited early care and education programs to user-driven babysitting and nanny registries, we believe the success of student parents includes access to affordable, quality child care. Connect with us to learn what types of care are available, explore options for child care cost assistance, and locate family-friendly campus spaces including lactation rooms and diaper-changing stations.
We are dedicated to serving students with disabilities by providing the opportunity for success and equal access at the University of Utah. We also strive to create an inclusive, safe, and respectful environment. Please don’t hesitate to contact us to find out more about our services.
CESA is a vibrant student center that works to support students academically, personally, socially, and culturally. The center is committed to providing programming that assists students in navigating cultural, economic, social, and institutional barriers in order to achieve academic excellence and develop socially responsible individuals who advocate and dialogue for equity and social justice.
We serve to cultivate a holistically well and safe campus community. Wellness is comprised of many dimensions from intellectual, spiritual, environmental, physical, emotional, social, occupational, to financial, all of which are interconnected. We believe that wellness is the foundation of success and we’re here to help. We offer health education resources such as workshops and trainings, STI/HIV testing, and student involvement opportunities. Our Victim Survivor Advocacy office is also available for students, faculty or staff who have experienced interpersonal violence.
We are here to help you in navigating your way through the U environment. We can provide assistance whether you need help interpreting the student code, communicating with faculty members or seeking guidance on exceptions to University Policy.
Having difficulty adapting to the challenges of college-level courses? The Learning Center provides a variety of services aimed at helping you succeed academically. Visit us for one-on-one tutoring, drop-in tutoring, supplemental instruction, and individual learning consultations.
Need a supportive place on campus? We seek to provide an environment that offers emotional, academic and social support to all students, faculty, staff, and alumni regardless of identity. Our goal is to provide advocacy, and outreach programs that include the intersection of identities such as sexual orientation, gender identity/gender expression and race, etc.
Feeling sick? Interested in health insurance? Traveling to distant lands and need a medical consultation? Call the Student Health Center NOW for an appointment! Same-day and next day appointments are usually available.
Are you low income, first generation or a student with a documented disability and are looking for academic assistance and other services to be successful at the University? Student Support Services (SSS) provides academic advising, free tutoring, course offerings in math, and educational psychology as well as mentoring.
Feeling overwhelmed managing the demands of college? The University Counseling Center offers supportive and culturally sensitive personal mental health counseling and crisis services for eligible U students.
We take pride in offering financial, emotional, academic support and comprehensive resources to help women achieve their educational goals. Over the years we have become a vital support system for all students, most notably first generation, students of color, immigrant and refugee students, with a continued focus on women.