Registration

Summer Tuition

ALL Students (including International Students) pay 'Resident' Tuition during summer sessions at UVU; however, this does not mean that International Students are eligible for Residency


New UVU Students

The first step in registering for classes at UVU is to complete the Admissions Application

The second step is to access your UVU Student E-Mail Account. All correspondence (admissions, financial aid, etc) will be made through your UVLink Student E-mail. Login to UVLink. Click on "Find my UV ID". It will ask you for your social security number and then it will bring up your UV ID. Make sure you write it down. This is the ID you will use throughout your college experience at UVU. The first time you log into UVLink, the password will be your birthdate (mmddyy). The system will then ask you to change your password.

The third step is to complete the Webstart Pre-Advisement. Once you have logged into UVLink, click on the "Student" tab and then "Webstart". Print out the 'Completion Certificate' and bring it with you when you meet with an Academic Advisor.

Meet with an Academic Advisor. The General Academic Advisor's office is located in the Losee Center in room LC 402. You simply walk in, sign up, and wait for the next available advisor. Or you can choose your Academic Advisor by your Major.

Register for Classes through UVLink or go to OneStop in the Browning Administration Building - BA-103

Pay Tuition through UVLink or the UVU Cashier's Office (BA-109)


Current and Returning UVU Students

Students who have attended Utah Valley University any term since Summer 2009 and who are in good academic standing, may register for Summer 2010 courses through UVLink

Students who have not attended UVU since Summer 2009 will need to Re-Apply for Admissions

Students already admitted for Fall 2010 who wish to start classes in the summer can call the Admissions Office at (801) 863-8466 to switch their starting term


International Students

UVU students come from all over the world representing over 90 countries!

For more information, contact the International Center at (801) 863-8342


Transfer Students

Transfer students who wish to attend Utah Valley University will need to be Admitted and have an Official Transcript mailed to the university. The average processing time to evaluate and post transcripts is 4-6 weeks for Incoming Credit

Students who wish to transfer credits from Utah Valley University to another institution needs to request an Official Transcript be sent from the UVU Records Office for any Outgoing Credit

For more information contract the Transfer Credit Office at (801) 863-8438