The Accessibility Services Department is committed to helping students with disabilities receive reasonable accommodations during their college experience at UVU.
The Department of College Success Studies promotes students' development by increasing their integration and involvement, both academic and social, at the university and by engaging them in strategies for learning, motivation and leadership.
Además de ofrecer cerca de 60 licenciaturas y algunas maestrías, UVU ofrece Asociados en Ciencias/Arte, Asociados en Ciencias Practicas, Certificados y Diplomas.
Welcome new Wolverines! We know that there's nothing quite like your first year of college. New challenges and opportunities await you. This is an exciting time, but it can sometimes be a little scary, too. That's why we created the First Year Experience (FYE) at Utah Valley University.
The Honors Program at UVU provides opportunities for students to realize academic, professional, and human potential. Open to highly motivated students pursuing any associate or baccalaureate degree, Honors offers small courses with outstanding faculty featuring innovative classroom approaches, experiential learning, cultural events and unique social gatherings.
The L.E.A.D. Program focuses on four key areas of personal development: Learn, Engage, Acquire and Discover. Together, these four areas ensure growth—both personally and professionally—while students are enrolled in our program.
Multicultural Student Services promotes and sustains an inclusive campus community. We validate, celebrate and advance intercultural enrichment and diversity at UVU. We cultivate and develop relationships that are conducive to student success, academic growth, persistence and completion of academic programs by underrepresented populations.
New Students have a mandatory orientation requirement. New Students are students who are attending UVU for the first time and have less than 24 post high school college credits. Orientation is mandatory for ALL students so that they can learn about academic requirements, services and resources specific to UVU.
ArmROTC (Reserve Officers' Training Corps) is one of the best leadership courses in the country and is part of your college curriculum. During classes, leadership labs, physical training and field training exercises, you will learn firsthand what it takes to lead others, motivate groups and conduct missions as an Officer in the Army.
UVU has established the Women's Success Center to offer women the support and resources they need to complete their degree and gain the confidence, opportunity and knowledge that come with a diploma.