Advising appointments will be both in person and virtual in Fall 2022. Our academic advisor, Michelle Tuitupou, will be on campus Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday 8am-5pm in FASB 104 Student Epicenter. On Thursday, 8am-5pm, appointments will be virtual. Appointments will be made through the "book now" button to the right for both in-person and virtual appointments. Michelle is always available through email (firstname.lastname@example.org). It is exciting to have students in person and we look forward to assisting you!
Resources 4 U
We are trying to help promote virtual socialization to help avoid feelings of isolation. Events in G & G (scroll down or see list under upper righthand dropdown menu).
Your health and well being are top on our minds. It's hard for all of us to be forced to stay separated and limit interactions. If you are in need of support you can feel free to reach out us at any time or visit the Center for Student Wellness .
Depression and stress are commonly felt by all of us. There is no shame in reaching out for help or even just someone to talk to. If you are needing some help or don't know who to turn to, reach out to the University Counseling Center .
Prospective and Current Students
Need more help or curious about other resources?
We fully understand that there are issues or problems that you may not feel comfortable bringing up at the Department or College level. Please look below for a group or resource center that may be able to provide specific needs or support for you.
- American Indian Resource Center: 801-581-7019
- Black Cultural Center: 801-213-1441
- Center for Ethnic Student Affairs (CESA): 801581-8151
- Center for Student Wellness (victim-survivor advocates, bystander intervention training): 801-581-7776
- Dream Center: 801-213-3697
- Employee Assistance Program (staff): 801-587-9319 or 800-926-9619
- Independent Review Committee: complaints about public safety personnel may be reported to the Independent Review Committee at irc.utah.edu
- LGBT Resource Center: 801-587-7973
- Office for Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action, and Title IX: 801-581-8365
- Office of the Dean of Students: 801-581-7066
- University Counseling Center (students only): 801-581-6826
- University Neuropsychiatric Institute crisis line (available 24/7): 801-587-3000
- Women’s Resource Center: 801-581-8030