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Campus Resources


Marriott Library

The J. Willard Marriott Library provides in-person and electronic resources and services designed to meet your research needs. For one-on-one research assistance with a librarian, please contact Adriana Parker.

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Adriana Parker
MLIB, Level 1, Rm. #1726g
801-585-9245

Academic Advising Center

Academic Advising Center offers a plethora of services to students such as exploring academic options and majors; determining preparatory classes for your major; assisting with graduation requirements; generating Degree Audit Reports (DARS); interpreting test scores for credit or placement (AP, ACT, CLEP, Writing Placement Essay, etc.) for appropriate class selections; and explaining university policies and procedures such as add/drop, withdrawing, academic renewal, course repeats, credit/no credit etc.

Student Services Building 
201 S 1460 E., Room 450 
Salt Lake City, UT 84112 
801-581-8146

Student Tutoring Center

The student tutoring center is an excellent source for help understanding difficult class material. ASUU subsidizes the tutoring center to provide supplemental instruction.

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Student Services Building
201 S 1460 E., Room 330 
Salt Lake City, UT 84112
801-581-5153

Student Success Advocates

Student Success Advocates are experts in the U of U community that assist students in navigating the often overwhelming experience of college. They engage and empower undergraduate students in exploring and clarifying their interests and goals, overcoming personal and academic challenges, and connecting to campus resources and opportunities.

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Sterling Sill Center
195 South Central Campus Drive
Salt Lake City, UT 84112
801-587-8556

Queer & Trans Students of Color (QTSOC)

The purpose of the Queer & Trans Students of Color student group is to provide a space for voices of intersecting identities of gender, sexuality and ethnicity. We promote a fluid development of our many intersecting identities through social justice, community building, critical thinking, creative expression and social justice.

EMAIL

qsoc.utah@gmail.com

FACEBOOK

facebook.com/UofUQSOC/

Queer Student Union (QSU)

Email: utahqsu@gmail.com

Campus Recreation Services

Campus recreation includes weight training, swimming pool, lap pool, diving pool, sports programs, and clubs available for student use at the HPER Complex and the Field House.

Director: Mary Bohlig, 801-581-3760
Field House: Cheri Jenkins, 801-581-8898 
Outdoor Recreation Program: Rob Jones, 801-581-8516 
Aquatics and Sports Clubs: Susan Miller, 801-581-3797 
Intramural Sports: Julian Gomez, 801-581-3797

HPER Complex
290 S. 1850 E.
Salt Lake City, UT 84112
801-581-3797

Field House
375 S. 1400 E.
Salt Lake City, UT 84112
801-581-8898

University Counseling Center

The counseling center addresses personal, career, and academic learning issues. Individual and group counseling, classes, and workshops are available. Contact with other university organizations and departments is possible. Confidentiality is assured.

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Student Services Building
201 S. 1460 E. Room 426
Salt Lake City, UT 84112 
801-581-6826 
Monday - Friday, 8 AM - 5 PM
In case of an emergency, call the University Medical Center: 801-581-2291

Student Health Services

The Office of Health Promotion promotes all five areas of health: emotional, intellectual, physical, social, and spiritual. They focus on the college age population and unique issues such as body image, gender roles, safer sex, sexual assault, sexually transmitted infections (STIs), substances, and substance abuse. They also assist with immunization requirements and health insurance.

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Madsen Health Center 
555 Foothill Dr.
Salt Lake City, UT 84112
801-581-6431 

LGBT Resource Center

Ray Olpin Student Union 
200 S. Central Campus Dr. Room 409 
Salt Lake City, UT 84112
801-587-7973

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Office of Equal Opportunity & Affirmative Action

The Office of Equal Opportunity And Affirmative Action is a resource dedicated to the University of Utah’s commitment to provide a fair and equitable environment for individuals to pursue their academic and professional endeavors and to equally access University programs. OEO/AA is responsible for ensuring University practices and nondiscrimination policies are in full compliance with all federal, state and local anti-discrimination laws, and provide processes to fairly and effectively resolve complaints, provide reasonable accommodations, and to make appropriate corrections.  The OEO/AA acts as a point of contact with state and federal agencies that enforce anti-discrimination laws. 

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John Park Building 
201 S. Presidents Circle Room 135
Salt Lake City, UT
801-581-8365

Dean’s Office

The Office of the Dean of Students coordinates the Student Conduct Administration processes, serves as an advocate for students facing challenges to their success as students, and advises several student leadership organizations. We have staff ready to assist students, staff, faculty, family members, and community members with student issues and concerns.

 Our office has many functions for the University of Utah community. We administer the Student Conduct procedures for the campus, provide advocacy assistance to students in need, and advise student organizations including student government (ASUU) and fraternities & sororities

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Ray Olpin Student Union   
200 S. Central Campus Dr. Room 270
Salt Lake City, UT 84112
801-581-7066

Women’s Resource Center

The Women’s Resource Center (WRC) seeks to be a primary network of resources for all women on campus. As a Student Affairs office we work to collaborate with offices on campus in order to have the necessary knowledge to assist student, staff and faculty with appropriate resources. The WRC offers scholarships and financial assistance, counseling for individuals and couples (for U of U students, staff and faculty), support groups for women on and off campus as well as opportunities to volunteer and get involved.

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WOMEN'S RESOURCE CENTER
A. Ray Olpin Student Union
200 S Central Campus Dr
Room 411 SLC, UT 84112
801-581-8030
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Student Homelessness Task Force

The Student Homelessness Task Force provides direct service and referrals to assist students experiencing homelessness, those who are displaced, or believe they may be homeless soon. The SHTF aims to provide short-term assistance to help alleviate the effects of homelessness. These services assist in providing temporary housing, assistance finding funding resources and food, and more. If you are currently homeless or displaced or anticipating an issue with housing, please visit the website below and follow the steps within. 

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Contact:
801-587-2269

Crisis Lines

If you are in need of immediate help, please use these resources.

If you are in need of immediate medical assistance, call 911.

If you are a LGBT youth who is thinking about hurting yourself or is in crisis, call The Trevor Project’s 24-Hour Suicide Prevention Hotline at 866-488-7386.

If you are a transgender person in crisis or needing support, call Trans Lifeline at 877-565-8860.

Other Resources

Student Homelessness Task Force

The Student Homelessness Task Force provides direct service and referrals to assist students experiencing homelessness, those who are displaced, or believe they may be homeless soon. The SHTF aims to provide short-term assistance to help alleviate the effects of homelessness. These services assist in providing temporary housing, assistance finding funding resources and food, and more. If you are currently homeless or displaced or anticipating an issue with housing, please visit the website below and follow the steps within. 

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Rape Recovery Center 

The Rape Recovery Center strives to empower those victimized by sexual violence through advocacy, crisis intervention, and therapy and to educate the community about the cause, impact, and prevention of sexual violence.

Services they provide include a 24-hour crisis line, 24-hour Hospital Response Team, information about sexual assault, and more. 

Visit their Website

LGBT RC Emergency Fund

The LGBT Resource Center’s Emergency Fund is a program that administers financial assistance to University of Utah students in a temporary crisis that prevents them from completing their current semester of study. This funding is not intended to replace or supplement existing financial aid and does not have to be repaid.

To apply, complete the EF form and follow the instructions within.  

Diversity Student Emergency Fund 

The Diversity Student Emergency Fund is a one-time grant providing financial support to students facing a crisis or unexpected expenses such as an accident, illness, a death of a family member, fire damage or need for temporary housing.

 
Contact: 

801-581-4378

WRC Emergency Fund

The Women's Resource Center Emergency Fund is a one time financial assistance program, similar in structure and purpose to both the LGBT RC and Office of Equitity and Diversity's Emergency Funds. 

To apply, contact Nicole Wobbe-Espinoza for instructions.

ASUU Student Advocacy Office

The student advocacy office provides legal aide and referral, assistance with finances, and an analysis of personal matters. Confidentiality is assured. Contact Zach Barber.

Ray Olpin Student Union
200 S. Central Campus Dr. Room 234 
Salt Lake City, UT 84112
801-581-2788

Career Services

Career services posts full-time and part-time jobs currently available. They can aid in researching a particular field, career, or industry. The center will provide applications, resumes, and interview tips, as well as salary negotiation techniques, career fairs, and internship opportunities.

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Student Services Building 
201 S 1460 E., Room 350 
Salt Lake City, UT 84112
801-581-6186

Child Care

The University of Utah Center for Child Care and Family Resources offers services to assist University students, faculty and staff in their search for quality child care services.

All children need quality care, whether at home with a parent, being cared for by a relative or in a child care setting.  Quality care is care that promotes the optimal growth and development of children.

Aid faculty, staff, and students in finding quality child care services. Distributes child care information packets from their website.

Ray Olpin Student Union
200 S. Central Campus Dr. Room 408 
Salt Lake City, UT 84112
801-585-5897 

Personal Money Management Center

The Personal Money Management Center provides a confidential atmosphere where students can have access to accredited financial counseling services, quality financial education and appropriate tools for managing financial need. Common issues they may assist with include budgeting money, negotiating the student loans process, finding scholarships, completing the FAFSA, and much more.

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Ray Olpin Student Union
200 S Central Campus Dr. Room 316
Salt Lake City, UT 84112
801-585-7379

Last Updated: 3/1/17