Are classes available at other locations, in the evening or on the weekend?
The Office of Extended Studies provides students an opportunity to fully pursue higher education through classes and programs at non-traditional times, at off-campus locations, and on the weekends.UVU North - Thanksgiving Point
The Office of Extended Studies at Utah Valley University will be offering classes at Thanksgiving Point for Fall 2011!
UVU will be upstairs in the new Mountainland Applied Technology College (MATC) at Thanksgiving Point (2301 W Ashton Blvd. Lehi, Utah). 39 courses will be offered for Fall 2011 to students who need to complete their 1000 and 2000 level General Education requirements and fulfill the coursework necessary for an Associate Degree.
Student taking classes off-campus are closer to home, spend less time traveling, and can avoid traffic congestion trying to get to classes on campus in Orem.
UVU South - Spanish Fork
500+ students are meeting their academic needs by taking classes at UVU South located at Spanish Fork High School (99 North 300 West). 1000 and 2000 level courses are offered to students who can complete their General Education requirements and fulfill the coursework necessary for an Individualized Associate Degree.
UVU West - National Guard Building
West of the I-15 Freeway from the UVU Orem Campus, you’ll find UVU West. Both day and evening courses are offered in the National Guard Building located at 951 South Geneva Road. UVU West is a multi-functional facility with nine enhanced classrooms, a computer lab, and an auditorium where UVU credit and non-credit courses are offered. The UTA Bus (route 830) travels back and forth to the main UVU campus throughout the day and evenings hours every 15 minutes. (Northbound Schedule / Southbound Schedule)
The UVU Wasatch Campus is located in Wasatch County between Park City and Heber City, Utah, approximately 30 miles from the Orem Campus. The campus serves the higher education needs in the Wasatch and Summit Counties mountainous communities. Additionally, because of the picturesque location, the campus specializes in programs that are unique to the area. Students attending Wasatch Campus appreciate the opportunity of access to high-paying, quality jobs in the service region. The Wasatch Campus is truly a distinctive experience. All classes are accredited by Northwest Accreditation and transfer to other colleges and universities within the state of Utah, and credits should be accepted by other accredited institutions. Classes are available both during the day and evening.
Over 2000 students are pursuing their degree at UVU by taking classes through the Weekend College Program. 90+ courses are taught on Friday evenings and Saturday mornings on the UVU Orem Campus. Courses needed for general education are offered as well as many upper division courses in Accounting, Behavioral Science (Psychology, Sociology, and Social Work), Business, Community Health, History, Information Technology, Math, and Political Science.
The Weekend College program is characterized by smaller classes, quiet surroundings, excellent faculty, and personal interaction among instructors and students. The Extended Studies office has partnered with several academic departments on campus in facilitating classes necessary for Bachelor Degree Programs. These courses are offered in the late afternoon, evenings, online, and on Saturday mornings in a structured two or three year sequence. There are also many student services available in the evenings and on Saturdays.
Contact the Extended Studies Office for further information at www.uvu.edu/extend.