The University of Utah pledges to help you graduate with the support of learning communities,
mentors and advisors, a plan to finish, and deeply engaged learning experiences.
Here are some student success resources:
For information on your Victim Advocates
Student Services Building, Room 330
Office of Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action, and Title IX
201 Presidents Circle, Room 135, https://oeo.utah.edu
University College for questions about general education requirements.
Student Services Building 450, www.advising.utah.edu
Admissions for questions about transfer credit (upper division credit, study abroad credit).
Student Services Building 250, www.admissions.utah.edu
Registration and Records for problems with registration, grade changes, exceptions to policy.
Student Services Building 250, www.registrar.utah.edu
Financial Aid and Scholarships for questions about grants, loans, and scholarships.
Student Services Building 105, www.financialaid.utah.edu
Graduation Division for questions about graduation requirements and commencement.
Student Services Building 250, www.graduation.utah.edu
College of Humanities Dean’s Office for petition to exception to policy and College scholarships.
LNCO 2100, www.humanities.utah.edu
Center for Learning Abroad for information about study abroad programs.
Union 159, www.learningabroad.utah.edu
Hinckley Institute of Politics for internship opportunities.
OSH 253, www.hinckley.utah.edu