Dining Hours (January 5, 2018):
During the first week of the spring semester, The Crimson Corner in the PHC will have adjusted hours in the evenings and early mornings. The regular schedule will resume the following week.
Scholarships (January 4, 2018):
Please see the attached document for a list of scholarship opportunities for undocumented students (with and without DACA) with deadlines in January and February.
Refer a Friend Program (December 20, 2017):
We are pleased to announce a new program called “Refer a Friend”. If you are a student who currently lives on campus and you have a friend (or friends) who live off campus, refer them to live on campus and get a $100 credit towards your Housing U account, meal plan, or dining dollars. Here’s how it works:
- Find a friend who will be a full-time student in Spring 2018 who currently doesn’t live on campus.
- Encourage them to apply to live on campus for Spring 2018 semester. *Your friend must apply, select a room, and pay the $200 reservation fee.
- Once your friend has made their housing reservation for Spring 2018, complete the form below and we’ll be in touch with you to apply the credit to your account.
The following restrictions apply:
- Funds are available on a first-come, first served basis.
- This applies to Spring 2018 contracts only.
- The friend you refer must not have an existing reservation with HRE for the 2017-2018 Academic Year or Spring 2018. Their application must be submitted after December 20th, 2017.
- The friend you refer must be eligible to live on campus (enrolled in a minimum of 12 credit hours as an undergraduate, or 6 credit hours as a graduate student for the Spring 2018 semester).
Update on Winter UTV and UTVGo Usage (December 15, 2017):
Please be aware that winter weather conditions may cause some disruptions on some TV channels due to snow storm satellite interference.
Update on Microsoft Xbox One (November 29, 2017):
University of Utah Information Technology (UIT) has made HRE aware that they have received concerns/tickets with regards to Microsoft Xbox One. Within the last month there was an update that contains a bug which limits some features in some games, particularly the ability to see others in virtual communities. UIT has engaged Microsoft support services and the Microsoft gaming division to make them aware of the bug and to request that they send out a fix.
Holiday Update Information (November 20, 2017):
While the Residence Halls and Apartments will remain open over the Thanksgiving Holiday, the HRE Central Office will be closed on Thursday, November 23rd, Friday, November 24th, and will re-open on Monday, November 27th. Residents should check their email for information and instructions of what to do if they are leaving for the break. Dining hours for the Thanksgiving Break can be found here.
Information on Room Designations for 2018-2019 (November 3, 2017):
Benchmark Plaza will be open to First Year Students
Shoreline Ridge will be open to First Year students and limited for Upper-Class students
Downtown 1 will be open to Upper-Class students
Resources in Response to Tragic Student Death (October 31, 2017):
It is with great sadness that we mourn the tragic death of student ChenWei Guo. While classes have been cancelled, please be aware that university services remain available. Please check your UMail for an email with additional updates.
Residents can seek community in the Peterson Heritage Center today where food and support will be available. The University of Utah Counseling Center is offering drop-in hours in the Student Services Building for any student who would like additional support.
Additionally, please be aware of the Multilingual Disaster Distress Helpline:
Text: “TalkWithUs” to 66746
ASUU is hosting a gathering on 10.31.17 in light of last night’s events. Students should know that campus shuttles will be running as regularly scheduled, if they would like to take advantage of this service in order to make their way down to the Union Building and back again.
Safety Update: Ben Shapiro Visit (September 26, 2017):
Please be advised of Ben Shapiro’s appearance on campus tomorrow, Sept. 27. as well as counter programming event and protests planned.The Equity Office is a solid place of safety and discussion from 7pm-11pm in the lower level of Benchmark 820. Those in distress can always call the PHC, MHC, or Lassonde front desks for assistance from Housing & Residential Education staff. To report any suspicious activity to the University Police Department, please call 801-585-2677. For additional resources please reference the “Hate Has No Home Here,” poster below.
SAFEU: New Safety Website and Awareness Campaign (September 25, 2017):
“Everyone on the U campus has a part to play in making this a safe, inclusive campus for all — to make a pact to act.”, read more about the launch of SAFEU here. This new website is your complete guide to resources, training, ways to report, and so much more. SAFEU is a brand new site dedicated to making our campus a safe and inclusive space.
A Message from our University Community about DACA (September 5, 2017):
A message from the University community regarding the DACA decision and university resources available to students who are impacted.
An Additional Message about Welcoming Students to the U (August 18, 2017):
A message from the University Community welcoming all students back to campus.
Construction in Salt Lake City (August 16, 2017):
Large scale construction is currently underway in the Parleys Canyon Area, causing a variety of Lane and Ramp closures around Foothill. Please utilize this website for the most up to date information regarding this project as it impacts travel to the University.
A Message from our University Community about Inclusion (August 15, 2017):
A message from the University Community surrounding Inclusion.
Anti-discrimination Policy Memo (February 27, 2017):
A memo for our University community.
A Message for Our International Community:
The following message from SVPAA Ruth Watkins was released today. (February 17, 2017).
Support and Resources for International Scholars and Students at the University of Utah (January 31, 2017):
Housing & Residential Education, a team of dedicated student leaders and staff, serves the University community by encouraging, facilitating, and supporting the learning and development of all residents while creating an inclusive and safe living environment. An increasing number of international students enroll at the University of Utah and also live on campus so we hope that the following information will be helpful to current and prospective University students from all backgrounds. When you attend the University of Utah, there are opportunities to connect with students from around the USA and 117 different countries, 52 of which are represented by students living on campus. Housing & Residential Education has a student leadership board that plans trips to attend events around Salt Lake City to aid developing community and comfort, and there are a variety of student organizations and communities on campus that are in place to support you in your transition. Please also see the following message from Senior Vice President Ruth Watkins & Chief Global Officer Michael Hardman released on January 31, 2017.
Support for Undocumented Students: