Student Resources

The university provides a wealth of services for students, and you can see the Student Services webpage here. Additional information for supporting student success can be found here. To help you point students in the right direction, here are some of the most commonly utilized services for students. 

Center for Student Wellness 

The mission of the Center for Student Wellness is to create, nurture, and promote a University environment supportive of healthy life-long behaviors and enhance academic and personal success. They are available to assist students in skill development that will enhance their personal wellness and ability to succeed, not only in the classroom, but in all areas of life: intellectual, physical, social, spiritual, and emotional. For additional information, visit the website or contact: 801-581-7776 or .

ASUU Tutoring Center 

The ASUU Learning Center provides individual tutoring and group tutoring sessions for currently enrolled University of Utah students. Students can receive assistance for a wide range of subjects at a reasonable rate, thanks to the Associated Students of the University of Utah who help defray the cost of tutoring. Scheduling is flexible. For additional information, visit the website or contact: 801-581-5153 or  

U Counseling Center

The U Counseling Center offers support to U students, staff, and faculty to assist with a variety of personal, academic and career concerns. Their approach is collaborative, goal-oriented, and multiculturally sensitive. They are here to help students develop more personal awareness and learn the skills needed to be successful here at the University of Utah. For additional information, visit the website or contact: 801-581-6826. 

Disability Services for Students 

The Center for Disability Services provides accommodations and support for the educational development of students with disabilities, striving to improve understanding and acceptance of students with disabilities throughout the University community. A cooperative relationship is maintained with relevant campus departments to ensure the university complies with federal and state regulations. For additional information, visit the website or contact: 801-581-5020 or . 

Career & Professional Development Center 

The Career & Professional Development Center is a centralized department at the university charged with educating students and alumni in the discovery and realization of meaningful careers. Their services develop greater self-understanding, expand awareness of career opportunities, and foster effective job search practices which can be applied throughout a lifetime. They bridge the world of work for students/alumni by building relationships with a variety of employers in a diverse and dynamic workplace. For additional information, visit the website or contact: 801-581-6186 or . 

University Writing Center

The University Writing Center exists to help faculty and students become more confident writers. They can serve as a student’s writing resource from freshman classes through graduate school. They work on papers from all disciplines – not just writing classes—and is FREE for students. The Writing Center wants to help students develop strategies to make them better writers and help them see their potential as an academic author. For additional information, visit the website or contact: 801-587-9122 or . 

University Veteran’s Support Center 

The University Veteran’s Center’s mission is to improve and enhance the individual and academic success of veterans, service members, and their family members who attend the university; to help them receive the benefits they earned; and to serve as a liaison between the student veteran community and the university. For additional information, visit the website or contact: 801-587-7722 or

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