Especially when the crowd is leading you to tools and resources that will help you start your college experience off on the right foot. The following programs are designed to connect students to a wide variety of helpful resources:
First Year Experience (FYE)
Our FYE programs are designed to help you meet all the challenges of your freshman year with confidence. Not sure what to do to make sure you get the most out of your first year of college? No worries, just follow the FYE checklist (pdf)!
15 to Finish
If you don't think it's important to complete your degree on schedule, think again! 15 to Finish will help you create your degree plan and stay on track until you graduate.
UVU has a wide variety of services available to help students work through almost any type of issue. Use the link above to access various departmental links, or view our Resource Guide (pdf).
Wouldn't it be great if there was someone you could talk to about those nagging college concerns? Try talking to one of our Retention Mentors. They may not be able to solve all your problems, but they can probably refer you to a lot of resources you weren't aware of (just don't ask them to help you with your dating life).
Have a concern about a fellow UVU student but you're not sure how to help? Use this confidential form to help them access the resources they need to succeed.
Time and money are limited resources, especially for college students trying to balance school, work and life. Download these budget sheets to help you manage your resources wisely.
Got finals? Then you've probably got stress! Use these study tips to help you perform and feel your best during finals week.
Sophomore Operating Skills
Avoid your "sophomore slump" with these tips from students who survived their second year and are sharing their advice with you.