Covid-19 Modified Operations Information

COVID-19 Modified Operations

The School of Education continues to operate under modified conditions.


The administrative offices, including the advising office, are open daily during business hours, with reduced on-campus staff availability.

All SOE faculty, staff, and administrators are available remotely and their contact information can be found on the SOE Faculty/Staff page and on the UVU Directory.

If you have any issues getting in contact with our faculty or staff please call our main office number (801) 863-8228 or email us at


Students, please visit the Covid Info website to help you navigate updates and tips for the new semester. 

To check UVU's Current Condition visit

For information related to COVID-19 provided by UVU's College of Science, visit College of Science COVID-19 FAQ.


For more information, visit the Return to Campus website.

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The School of Education at Utah Valley University prepares educators and clinicians to have a positive impact on children, families, and communities through meaningful innovation, engaged pedagogy, rigorous preparation, inclusion & diversity, and transformative collaborations.

For information on licensure eligibility in other states, please refer to the 
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Global Intercultural Engagement


Teachers have the unique opportunity of working with students from diverse cultural backgrounds; however, cultural barriers can often pose a threat to effective learning in the classroom.

The School of Education’s Global Teaching program provides students the opportunity of working in diverse classroom settings enabling them to learn how to more effectively teach across cultures. Our global teaching destinations are strategically selected to involve locations, languages, and cultures connected to the state educational programs – including dual language immersion.

2019 Locations include Peru and Switzerland.

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Creative Learning Studio


The purpose of the STEM Creative Learning Studio is to support pre-service and in-service teachers’ facilitation of STEM integrative practices in K-12 classrooms in an effort to promote equity and opportunity for every student in the state of Utah.

These integrative practices include interdisciplinary approaches to:

  • Increase K-12 students’ self-efficacies in and attitudes toward STEM subjects, technology, robotics, and coding.
  • Increase K-12 students’ exposure to technology, robotics, and coding.
  • Increase pre- and in-service teachers’ self-efficacy in and attitudes toward integrative. practices, particularly with regard to the use of technology, robotics, and coding across the curriculum.
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Professional Development

Improving Learning Outcomes

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The UVU School of Education's professional development opportunities are crafted for a broad cross-section of educational stakeholders: parents, school administrators, teachers, business and community leaders, and others who shape or implement educational policy. Through a variety of approaches to learning – seminars, workshops, lectures, webinars, and online and face-to-face courses – participants acquire new perspectives on teaching and learning, deepen their repertoire of instructional skills, engage in personal reflection, and build lasting professional networks.

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Community Involvement

K-16 Alliance

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This educational alliance is chaired by the president of Utah Valley University, the president of MTECH, and a public school superintendent representative with the shared goal to include and help students progress at every level, in every school environment in the service region. The Alliance has established priorities for K-12, charter, technical, and college students to increase educational attainment in the Mountainland region.

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