Resources for Students

We define student success holistically, and wish to contribute to an environment where students can thrive. We provide GCSC fellowships and funding for student research and professional development, which can ease some of the financial burdens that students face. The following are resources to support student safety and well-being.

The Basic Needs Collectiveseeks to provide a central location for resources related to food security, affordable housing, health insurance, managing finances, legal services, and mental health, and more.

The Center for Student Wellness provides resources to support student wellness in all areas of life: intellectual, physical, social, spiritual, financial, environmental, and emotional.

Office of Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action – The OEO/AA is a professional 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. This is the office for:

  • Affirmative action
  • Discrimination
  • Disability access and accommodation
  • Sexual misconduct

SAFE U has safety-related information, reporting and support resources, training and more at the University of Utah, including violence and sexual assault.

The Women’s Resource Center has a comprehensive list of campus resources, including basic needs, finances, health and well-being, academics, and finances.

The Campus Contraceptive Care Clinic, located at the University of Utah Hospital, provides no cost contraceptive care for University of Utah students with your UCard. Schedule an appointment by calling clinic manager, Chelsea Daniels, at 801-212-1398.