MBA Student Resources

Utah Valley University offers a broad range of resources and services to get to know the personnel and resources available for graduate students. Listed below are brief descriptions of various university resources and services that provide students with practical assistance. Listed on the left are quick links to additional student resources and services. The guide includes web links and other sources with further information for each service it describes.


Campus Connection

8:00 AM-8:00 PM Monday - Thursday
8:00 AM-5:00 PM Friday
9:00 AM-2:00 PM Saturday

Campus Connection is the place to get your UV OneCard (student ID) and information on all student activities sponsored by or held at the Utah Valley University Campus.



936 South 400 W

Monday-Friday 7:00 AM-5:00 PM
Tuesday & Wednesday 7:00 AM-6:00 PM
9:00 AM-2:00 PM Saturday

Students and employees operating vehicles on University properties must adhere to all state, local, and university traffic/parking regulations.

To park on campus, students and employees must obtain a valid parking permit from Parking Services. Before a permit can be issued to a vehicle, proof of current registration must be shown. Parking Services also provides a campus map and a copy of campus parking regulations.


Student Health Services is designed to assist students, faculty, and staff with a variety of health issues. The purpose is to provide patrons with opportunities to improve their health through basic medical care, therapeutic services, counseling, wellness programming, and health education.

Student Health Services promotes healthy lifestyles through practitioner services and educational programs that teach effective life skills and behaviors. The focus is on promoting a healthy body, healthy mind, and healthy lifestyle.

Nominal fees are charged for each visit. Insurance coverage is not needed to receive health services. Additional fees may be charged for lab work or clinical assessments. The wellness programs provide services that will enhance personal wellness and the ability to be successful in the five areas of health: physical, emotional, social, and spiritual.


This department provides accommodative services necessary for the integration of students with disabilities into all aspects of college life in accordance with The Americans with Disabilities Act and other applicable legislation.

UVU will take all steps necessary to ensure that no qualified individual with a documented disability is excluded from participation in or be denied the benefits of service, programs, or activities of UVU for which he/she would otherwise qualify to participate. In addition, individuals with disabilities will not be subjected to discrimination by the college or its personnel.

Services are available to students who have documentation substantiating a physical, psychological, or learning disability. Services include the following:

  • sign language interpreting
  • testing accommodations
  • text on CDs
  • note taking
  • adaptive equipment
  • educational planning
  • other individualized services