• Undecided? We can help. Explore your options and make the most of your credits.
  • Did you know? You can earn an Associates in University Studies while you work on your degree or decide on a major... and you might already qualify for one. Contact a counselor today!

Who We Serve

Academic Counseling Center (ACC) is committed to helping students who are undecided as well as those working towards their Associate in Science/Arts (AS/AA) or Bachelor of Science/Arts (BS/BA) in University Studies. We also advise students in Pre-Professional majors such as: Pre-Nursing, Medical, Dental and Law.

We also provide major advisor referrals and transfer/graduation information and support. Our professional staff is ready to work with you.

OFFICE HOURS:

Monday-Friday: 8am to 6pm
(Walk-ins until 5:30pm. Year-round)

View Holidays & Closures

We will be closing at 4pm on 10.20.17

 UVU Students

ACADEMIC ADVISING SERVICES:

  • University Studies (Undecided) Major Advisement
  • Advise incoming undecided and transfer students
  • Advise Pre-Professional students
  • Vocational and Career resources
Frequently Asked Questions

 UVU Student Library

CAREER COUNSELING SERVICES:

  • Career Assessment
  • One-on-one Academic/Vocational Counseling
  • Career Exploration & Research
  • Income & Lifestyle Evaluation
  • Receive guidance for determining and progressing along your career path
  • Vocational and Career resources
Take a Career Assessment

MEET WITH A COUNSELOR:

HAVE YOU VISITED WITH YOUR COUNSELOR LATELY? STAY ON TRACK, MEET TODAY

University Studies Students:

Come visit us! Losee Center, LC-402.
No appointments. Walk-ins only.

Pre-Professional Students:

Make an appointment! Call 801-863-6484 or
use the Prep Student appointment link.

For Other Students:

Not on this list? Find your Advisor Here.

Find Your UVU ID:

Forgot your number? Find it here

  Academic Counseling Center Outcomes

Program Learning Outcome 1. ACC students will choose be prepared to choose a major and/or apply to the professional program in which they are seeking. - Since the ACC works with two distinct populations of students, undecided (University Studies) and pre-professional, the desired outcomes for these respective groups would be to make an informed decision about their major or career pathway before completion of an AS degree and be prepared for application to the professional program of their choice. 

Program Learning Outcome 2. Students report positive interactions with their ACC counselors. -Students will report primarily positive interactions with their ACC counselor, and be able to obtain the information they need in relation to their academic progression at UVU.