Current Students

Graduate Sooner


Consider a mix of on-campus and online classes
as the best way to flex for your busy lifestyle

Graduate Sooner

You’re working and taking college classes. Consider mixing classroom and online classes as the best way to flex for your busy lifestyle.

Research shows students are more likely to continue their studies and complete their degree for each additional class they take. Consider adding one more class and consider mixing classroom and online classes as the best way to complete your education with your busy lifestyle.

Find resources to help you succeed online! This page will give you the tools to incorporate and navigate online classes easily.

First time online?

Learn how to stay on track and manage the balance of life with online classes.

Being an online student

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Featuring New Online Programs & Courses!

50 New Online Courses, Including: 

  • Intro to Geology - GEO 1010
  • History of Art to the Renaissance - ARTH 2710
  • Propaganda and Persuasion - COMM 3100
  • Web Systems Development - INFO 3300
  • First Aid- HLTH 1100
  • Leadership - MGMT 491R

New Online Degrees:

  • Human Resource Management, B.A., B.S.
  • Humanities and Social Sciences, A.A., A.S.
  • Marketing, B.A., B.S.
  • University Studies, B.A., B.S.

Hear from Online Students

"Since my freshman year, I've always taken two or three online classes. I like being able to take online classes and also coming to campus to network with the professors and peers that are interested in my industry."

-Kailee B., Student - UVU Online


"It's great because students that are working have an opportunity to be flexible with their schedules. That's what I've done for the last two semesters. I've been able to work multiple jobs while coming to school and continuing my education."

-Kyle C., Student - UVU Online

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