Campus Resources

Academic Services

Academic Advising

Advisors help in picking classes and guiding student through the registration process. Students should meet with their academic advisor every semester to make sure they are on track to graduate.
Find you advisor:
Career and Advising Center LC 402
(801) 863-8425

Academic Standards

The Academic Standards Office can help you access and utilize resources that will enable you to succeed academically.
Room LC 402
(801) 863-5326

Academic Tutoring

Academic Tutoring focuses on helping students become independent learners. Our tutors and Supplemental Instruction leaders work with students on problems and concepts with the ultimate goal of building a foundation of study skills that students can use as they move forward.
Room LC 201
(801) 863-5376


The bookstore carries all the books that professors request for their classes. The bookstore also offers “Bookmatch” which will provide students with a list of the textbooks required for their courses.
Room SC 102
(801) 863-8641


Canvas is the official Learning Management System for Utah Valley University. Students use Canvas to access course syllabi, assignment requirements, important class announcements, and much more. Canvas is the place to submit assignments, take quizzes, and discuss important topics with classmates.
(801) 863-8900

Learning Strategies Support

Learning Strategies Support can help you with time management, test anxiety, test-taking skills, note-taking skills and reading textbooks.
Room LC 404H
(801) 863-7418

Office of Teaching and Learning (Online & Hybrid Classes)

For Utah Valley University’s distance students, the Office of Teaching and Learning (OTL) provides exam proctoring services so that they can take their tests outside of the University. The OTL also provides canvas support and technical support for online courses.
(801) 863-8255

Testing Center

Students will use the Testing Center to take exams as needed. The testing Center also offers accuplacer, ACT, SAT, LSAT, GED, POST, and MPRE tests to students and the surrounding community.
Room WS 101 (northwest corner of campus, 1165 W 800 S)
(801) 863-8269



The admissions office assists students in applying to Utah Valley University and once they are admitted dealing with problems such as gaining residency, and taking a deferred admissions or leave of absence.
Room BA 115
(801) 863-8706

Deferred Admissions

Utah Valley University provides a “deferred admissions” to those students that aren’t ready or able to start college the semester they applied for. This service holds a student’s admissions to UVU so they will not need to re-apply if they are returning in seven semesters.
(801) 863-4636

First-Year Experience

First-Year Experience (FYE) was created to help students face the transition and challenges of their first year at Utah Valley University. FYE offers programs such as; Jumpstart Orientation, academic advising, freshman reading program, freshman convocation, uvcommit, SLSS 1000 course, startsmart emails, and freshman celebration.
Room LC 405
(801) 863-4000

Leave of Absence

Continuing students have the option to take a “leave of absence” if they are no longer able to attend school. This service holds a student’s admissions to UVU so they will not need to re-apply if they are returning in seven semesters.
(801) 863-4636


The Orientation Office facilitates the Jumpstart Orientations for freshman and transferring students. They are in charge of getting students familiar to Utah Valley University’s campus and resources that are available.
Room LC 405Q
(801) 863-5491


Students who attend UVU from another state will be required to pay non-resident tuition rates. However, after twelve continuous months, it is possible for students to apply for Utah residency for tuition purposes and significantly decrease the cost of attending UVU. Contact the admissions office with any questions about how to apply for residency.
Room BA 115
(801) 863-8706

Transferring Credits

Students that are transferring in or out of Utah Valley University can use the Transferring Credits office to aid in that process. They can help students determine which credits will transfer and which won’t.
Room BA 114
(801) 863-8216

Attending Class

Accessibility Services

The Accessibility Services Department serves Utah Valley University students and the community by providing access to the campus and curriculum for Individuals with disabilities, The Accessibility Services Department is committed to helping students with disabilities receive reasonable accommodations during their college experience at UVU. They provide a variety of services, software and equipment for students with a wide range of disabilities.
Room LC 312
(801) 863-8747


The Library is a great resource to students. They offer interlibrary loans, group study rooms, computer labs, equipment checkout, and an electronic reserve that students and teacher alike can use to access information for their courses.
(801) 863-8265
Text a Librarian (801) 362-8176

Non-Traditional Students

Students who are entering Utah Valley University later in life are considered Non-traditional. Utah Valley University has many resources available to these students and offers any assistance they may need.

Student Retention

The Student Retention Department works closely with UVU’s FYE program to ensure that students have all the help and support they need to finish their education. They offer retention mentor who reach out to “at-risk” students to help them find resources and strategies to succeed in their classes.
(801) 863-4000

Student Conduct and Conflict Resolution

The Student Conduct and Conflict Resolution Office is in charge of educating the campus about student rights and responsibilities and working directly with staff and students to resolve any problems.
Room SL 201b
(801) 863-8665

Campus Involvement

Be a Mentor

UV Mentors are student leaders at Utah Valley University who work with students and professors alike to achieve goals inside and outside of the classroom. Students can either work with a mentor or become a mentor themselves.
Room LC 407A
(801) 863-8834

Campus Recreation

Utah Valley University has a thriving Student Life and Wellness Center. It offers fitness classes, personal training, massages, intramurals and many more activities. These services are free to students take 10 credits or more.
(801) 863-5552

Center for the Advancement of Leadership

CAL provides a cutting-edge personal, interpersonal, organizational, and civic/ service Leadership Certification Program for students wishing to achieve their leadership potential.
Room LC 302
(801) 863-6466


UVU has a club for everyone. The University offers clubs in the following interest areas: academics, politics, social awareness, pre-professional programs, service, athletics and recreation, religion, ethnicity and culture, performing arts and media.
Room LC 122
(801) 863-8652


The Intramural Office helps UVU students, faculty and staff find their own niche on campus by providing opportunities to participate in a wide variety of individual, dual and team sports at various levels of competition. The office not only provides structured and organized programs, but continually looks for new sports to add as well.
Room SL 213
(801) 863-5568

Office of Student Involvement

The Office of Student Involvement provides hands-on, engaged learning opportunities for UVU students through three collaborative efforts: Resident Engagement Coordinators (RECs), the Engaged Learning ZONE, and Action Learning Communities (ALCs). Many students who participate with the Office of Student Involvement are compensated through scholarships or a rent stipend.
Room 214M
(801) 863-6949

Outdoor Adventure Center

The Outdoor Adventure Center offers outdoor excursions, equipment rentals and retail items.
Room SL 216
(801) 863-6949

School Community University Partnership

School Community University Partnership (SCUP) was established to help students in the community and university reach their educational goals. They offer program such as; tutoring, America Reads and Counts, literacy programs, Spanish GED prep, UVU prep, and Golden Gate Programs.
(801) 863-6800

Service Council

The Service Council is a group of students dedicated to planning and implementing student-run programs for the benefit of UVU and the community. The Council is led by a student president, vice-president, creative director, and five student service coordinators, each of whom help student over program directors run various community outreach programs.
Room SC 105
(801) 863-8786

Center for Social Impact

The Volunteer and Service-Learning Center helps students BE THE CHANGE they want to see in the world by volunteering, leading others, and building awareness about social issues in our community.
Room SC 105
(801) 863-8786

Women's Success Center

TUtah Valley University has established the Women's Success Center to offer women the support and resources they need to complete their degree and gain the confidence, opportunity and knowledge that come with a diploma.
Room LC 303
(801) 863-3010

Campus Services

Campus Connection

The place to go when you need; student ID, post office, lost and found, event tickets, and bus passes.
Room SC 106F
(801) 863-8797

Care About Childcare

Care About Childcare is a child care resource & referral agency. Care About Childcare at Utah Valley University assists parents, providers, and community partners by providing referrals, collaboration, early childhood education and resources to promote quality child care.
Room EE 010
(801) 863-8589

Help Desk

Also known as the IT Service Desk, the Help desk solves hardware, software, and network issues for students and employees.
Room BA 007
(801) 863-8888

International Student Services

Utah Valley University’s International Student Services (ISS) provides visa information, employment advice and academic advisement to the University’s international students. ISS offers an international student orientation each semester for new students and provides a wide array of support services designed to promote the academic success of international students. ISS staff advises the International Student Council, manages international student financial aid, organizes community engagement, cultural and service activities.
Room LA 114
(801) 863-8778

Multicultural Student Services

The Multicultural Student Services is committed to serving and mentoring those students of multicultural and international diversities. They endeavor to create an atmosphere of warmth and to create a sense of belonging and acceptance.
Room LA 114
(801) 863-8357

Off Campus Housing

The Department of Housing and Residence Life connects students to local student housing, provides resources for student success, supports residential learning environments and enhances the residence life experience so that each student is actively engaged at Utah Valley University.
Room SL 214N
(801) 863-8659


The UVU ombudsmen are familiar with campus policies and students’ rights and responsibilities. The ombudsmen can help you find useful options within these guidelines if misunderstandings or disagreements needing resolution occur. Ombudsmen services are free to UVU students.
Room SL 212B
(801) 863-7237


Parking Services

Student parking passes can be purchased through Parking Services. They also handle all parking citations.
(801) 863-8188

Print Services

At the beginning of each semester students are given $10 in print credit. This can be used at any UVU printer. Students are also able to pay for more print credit throughout the semester.
Room LA 003V
(801) 863-7030

TRIO Services

TRIO is a federally funded program that provides ongoing support throughout a student's college career. Students that eligible to receive TRIO services are; first generation students, students with disabilities and low income students. TRIO promotes student development by providing opportunities to grow personally, socially and academically. They provide academic advisement, volunteer opportunities and peer instruction.
Room LA 012
(801) 863-8541

UV "You Can" Food Pantry

The UV “You Can” Food Pantry is an on-campus food pantry for UVU students who are facing food insecurity. Students must be enrolled for a minimum of 6 credits during the fall/spring semesters to be eligible.
Room SL 211
(801) 863-5553

Veterans Office

The Veterans Office helps members of the armed forces receive benefits from the GI Bill.
Room WB 100
(801) 863-8212

Wee Care Child Care Center

The Utah Valley University Wee Care Center was designed to meet the childcare needs of student and employee parents of UVU and Turning Point. Priority is given to those who are low-income, and all services are based on a sliding scale.
1140 S Wolverine Way
(801) 863-7266

Career Development

Career Development Center

The Career Development Center consists of career services and the Career Passport and National Student Exchange programs. As a center, they develop individual career success and employment potential by fostering community, national, and global relationships. Their services engage students and alumni in exploring and preparing for professional pursuits with the express purpose of empowering them to achieve their unique life goals.
Room LC 409
(801) 863-6364

Career Passport

The Career Passport Program is an engaged way to actively participate in career exploration, selection and preparation while working toward a degree and an Engaged Learning University Distinction at UVU.
Room LC 409K
(801) 863-5460

Job Board

Students or faculty looking for employment opportunities at Utah Valley University can use the Job Board to find such opportunities.

Turning Point

The Center for Personal and Career Development - Turning Point, is a community and university resource for individuals wanting to improve on a personal, professional or educational level. The Center is dedicated to quality support services which increase the emotional, social, and the economic well-being of all participants. Participants can access numerous services to help build personal relationships, master communication skills, learn job-seeking strategies, career exploration, workforce re-entry, and continue or complete education goals.
West Campus Room HP 116
(801) 863-7580

General Information

Campus Map

Campus maps provide direction around the main campus as well as the multiply campuses around Utah county.


The Utah Valley University Police Department (UVUPD) is charged with protecting your safety and property on our Orem campus.
Room GT 331
(801) 863-5555


Alumni Office

The Alumni Office offers benefits to graduates from Utah Valley University. They provide discounts, transcripts, and networking for Alumni.
Alumni Building 519 W 1200 S
(801) 863-8179

Graduation Office

When the time comes for students to leave Utah Valley University the Graduation Office will handle all graduation applications and requirements. They also send out diplomas to students around the world.
Room BA 114
(801) 863-8438

Health Services

Medical Services

Medical Services provides various basic medical services, testing, and procedures for students on campus. No insurance is required.
Room SC 221
(801) 863-8876

Mental Therapy

Psychological Services provides assessment and treatment for a variety of mental health concerns such as anxiety, depression, eating disorders, trauma, grief, substance abuse, and relationship issues. They offer therapy in a number of formats including: individual therapy, group therapy, and couple’s therapy.
Room SC 221
(801) 863-8876

Suicide Prevention

Through the Student Health Services UVU offers resources and awareness for suicide prevention. Students are able to make appointments with trained professional to help them through any of the hard times they may be facing.
Room SC 221
(801) 863-8876

Wellness Programs

The mission of the Wellness Program is to promote habits of health and wellness in the lives of students and employees at Utah Valley University. They strive to provide educational and comprehensive programs and services that address the six dimensions of health and support students and employees in their pursuit of lifelong wellness.
Room SL 211
(801) 863-5553


Business Lab

Business tutors offer support for Accounting, Business Management, Economics, Finance, and Information Management courses.
Room WB 111
Open: M-TH 8 AM to 8 PM, Fri 8 AM to 5 PM, Sat 10 AM to 3 PM
Summer: M-TH 9 AM to 6 PM, Fri 10 AM to 3 PM, Sat 10 AM to 3 PM

Computer Science & Information Systems Lab

T & C tutors offer support for Computer Science (CS), Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE), Information Systems and Technology (INFO), Information Technology (IT) courses.
Room CS 612
Open: M-TH 8 AM to 8 PM, Fri 8 AM to 5 PM, Sat 10 AM to 3 PM
Summer: M-TH 12 PM to 7 PM, Fri 12 PM to 5 PM

Developmental Math Computer Classroom Lab

Tutors and computers are available for helping students who are doing homework on MyMathLab up through College Algebra.
Room LA 004
Open Fall: M-TH 2 PM to 4 PM, Fri 11 AM to 1 PM

Electrical Automation and Robotics Technology Lab

Help is available to any students in the Electrical Automation and Robotics program.
Room CS 517
Open: Mon, Wed, Fri 11 AM to 1 PM and T, TH 12 PM to 1 PM
Wed, TH evenings 6 PM to 8 PM
Contact Rachel (801-863-5618 or with questions.

Language Lab

Students taking any foreign language class have access to the language lab to improve their skills and gain better understanding of the material.
Room LA 003G
(801) 863-7257
Open: Mon 8 AM to 7 PM, T-TH 8 AM to 9 PM, Fri 8 AM to 7 PM, Sat 9 AM to 2 PM

Math Lab

The main location for math tutoring is conveniently located in the Liberal Arts building, near most math classes. Drop-in, individual, and online tutoring take place in the Math Lab. Tutors are available for all math classes through Calculus 3 (MAT 920 - MATH 2210), including statistics.
Room LA 201
(801) 863-8310
Open: Fall: M-TH 8 AM to 8 PM, Fri 8 AM to 5 PM, Sat 10 AM to 3 PM
Summer: M-TH 9 AM to 7 PM, Fri 9 AM to 5 PM, Sat 10 AM to 2 PM

Pre-Engineering & Digital Media Lab

Pre-engineering and Digital Media tutors are available to support respective courses. Math tutoring is also available on a limited basis.
Room CS 612
Open: M-TH 10 AM to 4 PM, Fri 10 AM to 4 PM, Sat 12 PM to 3 PM

Science & Health Lab

Science tutors offer support for Biology, Chemistry, Physics, and Zoology courses.
Room LA 201
Open: M-TH 8 AM to 8 PM, Fri 8 AM to 5 PM, Sat 10 AM to 2 PM
Summer: M-TH 12 PM to 7 PM, Fri 12 PM to 5 PM, Sat 10 AM to 2 PM

Stats Lab

Our best calculus and statistics tutors are available to serve all calculus, statistics, and, often, upper division math classes. The Calculus & Stats Lab is open fall and spring semesters only.
Room LC 301
Open: M-Fri 10 AM to 5 PM

Writing Center

The UVU Writing Center provides a space where students of all disciplines may further their understanding of writing principles and enhance their writing skills. This is primarily achieved through one-on-one tutorials focused on specific writing assignments and tailored to the individual student’s needs.
Room FL 208
Open: M-TH 9 AM to 8 PM, Fri 9 AM to 5 PM, Sat 10 AM to 2 PM
Summer M-TH 9 AM to 7 PM, Fri 9 AM to 3 PM

Paying for Your Education

Cashier's Office

It’s easy for students to pay tuition at UVU. If students paying at the Cashier windows, they accept cash, check, or PIN-based debit cards.
Room BA 109
(801) 863-7200

Financial Aid

The Financial Aid office is there to help students apply for financial aid, scholarships, and complete other financial forms. Advisors are available to meet with students and walk them through the financial aid process.
Room BA 105
(801) 863-8442; (FAX (801) 863-8448)
Open: Mon-Fri 8 AM to 5 PM

Scholarships & Non-Resident Waivers

Scholarships are part of the Financial Aid Department. UVU offers many different types of scholarships each semester. The Scholarship office can help students apply for and accept the scholarships they receive. For out of state students the University offers a non-resident tuition wavier for the first year they are attending UVU, this is processed through the Scholarships Office.
Room BA 105
(801) 863-8443; (FAX (801) 863-8448)
Open: Mon-Fri 8 AM to 5 PM



The Catalog is a comprehensive list of all the degrees and programs that Utah Valley University offers. Along with all the classes that UVU currently provides.
Room BA 201
(801) 863-8000

Extended Education/Studies (off campus/weekends)

The Office of Extended Studies coordinates and enhances academic educational opportunities for students at non-traditional times and locations, such as evening, weekend and off campus courses.
Extended Education Bldg. Room 125
(801) 863-8449

Programs and Majors

Programs and major can be divided into colleges and schools. The Academic Colleges and Schools website is helpful to see where your major falls, it also links to each degree’s webpage.
(801) 863-8456


The Registration Office is in charge of helping students register for class. They can answer questions about late registration, wait list, and basic information about registration procedures. The Registration Office also handles all requests for transcripts or enrollment verification.
Room BA 106
(801) 863-3171

Wolverine Track

Wolverine Track is a web-based tool which provides a clear and convenient method for UVU students, faculty & staff to track degree progress, prepare for registration, and plan for graduation.
Room BA 114
(801) 863-7559