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Student Resources

The University pledges to help you graduate with the support of learning communities, mentors and advisors, a plan to finish, and deeply engaged learning experiences.

College of Humanities Student Support Services

If you are a student declared in a Humanities major and you are experiencing a financial hardship, please fill out this request.  Undergraduate students also should have a FAFSA application on file.

Submit Hardship Request

Information for these awards can be found on the scholarship pages for Graduate and Undergraduate students. 


Undergrad Students Scholarships

Campus Support Services

Academic Advising Center for questions about general education requirements.Student Services Building 450,

Admissions for questions about transfer credit (upper division credit, study abroad credit).
Student Services Building 250,

Center for Disability and Access for support for disability documentation and accommodations
Student Union, Room 162,

Graduation Division for questions about graduation requirements and commencement.
Student Services Building 250,

Learning Center Tutoring:

Registration and Records for problems with registration, grade changes, exceptions to policy.
Student Services Building 250,

Student Success Coaches:

Writing Center:

ASUU for ways to become involved in student government and representation.
Student Union

Bennion Center for service opportunities in the Salt Lake community and to learn about civic participation
Student Union

Campus Connect all student groups and organizations across campus

Campus Recreation for access to recreational and fitness services.
Student Life Center,

Center for Student Belonging:

Dream Center:

Hinckley Institute for internship opportunities locally, nationally, and globally.
Building 72, Room 102,

Learning Abroad for information about study abroad programs.

Office of Undergraduate Research for assistance with and funding for academic research.
Sill Center, Room 005,

Student Leadership and Involvement to learn about events, programs, and services connected to student leadership.
Student Union

Basic Needs Collective including food/housing/clothing

Campus Scholarship Opportunities:

Center for Childcare and Family Resources for child care programs available to students.

Financial Aid:

Financial Wellness Center:

Counseling Center for counseling services to address personal, career, and academic learning issues.
Student Services Building, Room 426

Center for Campus Wellness for advocacy services to support survivors of sexual and relationship violence.
Student Services Building, Room 330

Pregnancy Modification Request:

Student Health Center for information related to student health and insurance.
Madsen Health Clinic


Last Updated: 6/21/24