Frequently Asked Questions

What Degrees are Offered at UVU?

See the degrees and programs offered at UVU in our Course Catalog.

How Do I Find My Advisor?

Go to:

myUVU --> Students Tab --> My Academics --> My Advisor Information  or visit UVU's advising website.

Where Do I Send My Transcripts When Applying to UVU?

After you have applied to UVU, have official transcripts from all prior institutions mailed or electronically sent to UVU. 


Utah Valley University
Registrar's Office, MS 213
800 W University Parkway
Orem, UT 84058-6703


Have prior institutions e-mail secured/certified official electronic transcripts to

For questions call (801) 863-8216 or visit the transfer students website.

I'm Coming from Another University; Which Credits Transfer to UVU?

You can visit our Transfer Articulation Database.

If your school isn’t on the list or if the classes you are trying to transfer aren’t listed you can:

Is There Tutoring Offered at UVU?

Both online and in person tutoring is available. 

Learn more about their resources.

Who Do I Talk to About Financial Aid?

There are designated advisors to help you with your Financial Aid needs, they are located in BA-103. You may also visit our Financial Aid & Scholarships site or call them at (801) 863-8442.

What is FERPA and How Can Parents Be Involved?

FERPA (Student Release of Student Information Form

If you want or need someone to have access to your records and be able to act on your behalf, you will need to give them proper permission.

Without the completed Student Release of Information form, we are not allowed (by the FERPA law) to disclose any information about you to anyone else. This includes: spouses, parents, siblings and friends. You can fill out the Student Release of Information form online at (the form can be found under "My Academics" on the Students Tab) or through the Registration office.

You may also visit UVU's FERPA website for more information.

Parent Resources

Don’t worry parents, we have a page just for you! 

It answers a lot of questions you may have and is a great resource to keep referring to.