UVU Mentors

UVU Mentors are dedicated to helping their peers by passing on what they have learned while attending UVU. Mentors work with students individually and in the classroom. Their motto is: "Students Helping Students.” UVU Mentors know intimately the challenges that UVU students face. They are trained to help students improve their ability to learn, they lead by example, they advocate for students, they connect students with campus resources, and they provide a welcome and friendly face to all students. 


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Writing Center

Students can visit the writing center, which is a free service located in FL 208 (in the UVU Library). Tutors provide one-on-one help with writing assignments for any class. The writing center also offers online tutorials, so students can get assistance from home. The writing center is open Mondays to Thursdays from 9:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m., Fridays from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., and Saturdays from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.  

Students can schedule appointments at the writing center desk in FL 208, online at uvu.mywconline.com, or by calling 801-863-8396.

Writing Fellow Tutors

UVU Writing Fellows are peer writing tutors with training in both the conventions of written English and best tutoring practices. They provide individual and group support in writing-intensive courses, meeting with a single class several times over the course of the semester in either one-on-one tutorials or group writing sessions.

Fulton Library

UVU’s Fulton Library (uvu.edu/library) has a wealth of resources for writers, including online video tutorials, research guides, interlibrary loan, group study rooms, and computer labs. Reference librarians can also help with research projects.