A Dual-Mission University

Utah Valley University is the largest public university in the state of Utah, and one of a few in the nation offering a dual-mission model that combines the rigor and richness of a first-rate teaching university with the openness and vocational programs of a community college. The unique model, which focuses on student success, engaged learning, rigorous academic programs, and faculty-mentored research, is transforming higher education by making it more affordable and accessible to students of all backgrounds.

“Schools like Utah Valley University… are the future of higher education, where one institution or one system can address the full needs of a city or state’s workforce with multiple resources for education.”

-Education Dive, a higher-education news publication

39,931+

Students
as of 2019

57,000

hours/wk. Student Volunteer
Hours fall 2018

51%

Students Work
21+ hr/wk

Institution of Inclusion

74 countries represented in the student body

32 percent of our students are nontraditional (25+ years old)

21 percent of our students support at least one child

38 percent of our students are first generation

Meet President Tuminez

Dr. Astrid S. Tuminez
 

Dr. Astrid S. Tuminez (pronounced too-MEE-nez) was appointed the seventh president of Utah Valley University in 2018, and is the institution’s first female president.

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The Institutional Brand

UVU is centrally located in the Beehive State, and we contribute in big ways — that’s why the shape of Utah is the hidden feature in the first U of our mark. And contrary to a popular saying, it’s quite easy being green.

For branding information, visit University Marketing
Media, Press, and PR

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Visit our Newsroom for contact info and how to submit a story idea.

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Sustainable Campus: Early in the university's history, Utah Valley utilized sustainability into its building design. Today, as UVU continues to expand, buildings are still built with a sustainable mindset. From the construction of the Fulton Library to the new Noorda Center for the Performing Arts, discover how UVU buildings create a more sustainable campus.

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