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UVID Finder

Students can find their UVID with the Find your UVID  page and use it to login to myUVU.  

Forgot myUVU Password

You can reset your password at myUVU or by calling the UVU Help Desk at 801-863-8888, option 3

9th/10th Grade Exception Application

All underclassmen (high school 9th and 10th graders) wanting to participate in Concurrent Enrollment must complete the Exception Application.  Upon approval, the student will be registered for their courses.  The concurrent enrollment office will begin accepting exception applications for the 2018/2019 school year on April 18, 2018.  Inquire at your high school about concurrent enrollment course options available to underclassmen.  Further details are available by viewing the registration tutorial video on the registration page of the concurrent enrollment website.

Course Listings by School

View what Concurrent Enrollment and Live Interactive courses are taught at your high school

Dropping or Withdrawing from a Course

Students can drop and withdraw from a course in myUVU within the appropriate concurrent enrollment deadlines. If deadlines have passed and a student wants to withdraw from a course, they must complete an Application for Exception to Concurrent Enrollment Academic Policy.

Exceptions to Academic Policy

Students may apply for an exception to academic policy only in the case of a documented extenuating circumstance. They can apply for a review of their circumstance by completing the Application for Exception to Concurrent Enrollment Academic Policy and providing all the required documentation. A University Exceptions Committee will review completed applications on a case by case basis.

Frequently Asked Questions

Answers to basic questions can be found here.


Students can find final grades in myUVU. Check with your instructor for progress grades.

UVU Transcript Information

Order your official transcript. If you need to see your academic record, you can view it in myUVU.

Repeating a Concurrent Enrollment Course

High School students are not allowed to repeat a concurrent enrollment course. Courses may be retaken on-campus, but are subject to full tuition and student fees
Note: Repeat classes do not remove the original grade from the UVU transcript. The most recent grade will be calculated for the UVU GPA.

Academic Warning or Probation

If a student is on Academic Warning or Academic Probation, they will need to set an appointment to meet with a Concurrent Enrollment Advisor.

Re-Admit after High School

Concurrent Enrollment students can easily become an on-campus UVU student after they graduate from high school. Just follow these instructions.

State Parent Permission Form

State Parent Permission Form.