Utah Tech University
On Campus Support
for Your Student
Utah Tech University wants to see your student succeed. We offer a great diversity of services to support your student.
Utah Tech University is dedicated to helping our students and employees have the tools they need to create a drug free environment. The University has an extensive “Drug Prevention Program”.
Career Services is here to help you obtain the career of your choice at graduation. We encourage you to visit early and often in your time here at Utah Tech.
The designated department on the campus of Utah Tech University responsible for evaluating disability documentation, determining eligibility, and implementing reasonable accommodations for students who have disabilities that may affect their academic success.
We are committed to providing information and assistance to help all qualifying students secure the financial resources that will allow them to reach their higher educational goals.
The UT Health & Counseling Center provides acute health care, health education, brief mental health services and referrals to community partners so that students are able to pursue their academic, career, and personal goals.
The UT Health & Counseling Center offers brief mental health services for students, staff and faculty to help deal with mental health, emotional, or behavioral issues.
You can rely on the Registrar’s Office at Utah Tech University to guide you through the registration process and keep your records secure. You can access most of our services online through your myUT account, or you can visit our office.
The UT Financial Aid Office has put together an extensive list of scholarship opportunities for students, many of which are offered by UT.
Fastweb is your connection to scholarships, colleges, financial aid and more.
The Student Success Center hosts a variety of free services designed to help students to be successful during their academic journey at UT: Trio Student Support Services, the Student Success Program, the Peer Coach Program, New Student & Family Programs, and Career Services.
The guide describes whether the class will be considered equivalent to a class offered by the second institution or will be treated as elective credit. How credit transfers is important: you want credit to count as a required class for the certificate or degree program you are working on.
We want to make sure that you receive personalized attention from tutors who have your unique challenges and academic goals in mind. We pride ourselves in our ability to provide targeted, one-on-one instruction at no cost to all Utah Tech University students.