Community and Campus Resources
The Women’s Resource Center works with many agencies and organizations both on campus and in the Salt Lake City community to ensure that students receive the support and assistance they need in order to be successful and thrive at the University of Utah. Below are just some of the offices, organizations and agencies we collaborate with.
Academic Support- Undergraduate
ASUU Learning Center provides individual tutoring ($7/hour) and group sessions ($4/hour) for enrolled students.
LEAP is a two-semester course that enables new students to transition more confidently to college.
The LSC is an academic support program designed to give students the assistance they need to have a successful academic experience.
The J. Willard Marriott Library provides research tools, collections, technology, and other services for students, faculty, and researchers.
Academic Support - Adult Learners
Credit, noncredit, and professional courses offered in a wide range of topics. Certification courses also available.
Osher Lifelong Learning Institute offers a rich and evolving array of courses, lectures, and special activities, taught by distinguished emeritus faculty, scholars, and community experts. If you're age 50 or better, come and join us!
Apply for scholarships or financial aid based on your merit, experiences, and/or need at any stage in your academic career.
FASFA determines a students financial need and is used as a tool to disperse scholarships, loans, and grants.
Provides resources from one-on-one counseling about budgeting to workshops on salary negotiation.
On-campus jobs offer flexibility and helpful resources to accommodate student needs. Jobs are often hourly and/or work-study awarded (work-study requires application and FASFA).
Leadership & Involvement
The Tanner Center is dedicated to providing inspiration and education needed to become advocates for peace, nonviolence, and human rights.
Offers one-time and long-term civic engagement and Alternative Break opportunities.
Health and Wellbeing
There are many different types of rehab programs and treatment options to consider. Here are a few of the decisions you need to make.
From intramural sports to fitness classes, Campus Rec has something for everyone.
Health education, programming, and testing are provided by the Center for Student Wellness. Students can get help in all dimensions of wellness.
Admitting there’s a problem is the first step in overcoming addiction to alcohol or drugs, but deciding to reach out for help is the necessary second step. Substance abuse hotlines exist to help people find the support they need to start down the road to a lifetime of recovery from addiction. When you call a substance abuse hotline, you are generally connected with a professional who has experience working with people near the low point of their addiction. Here is more information.
The Student Health Center supports students who are ill, looking for health insurance, or traveling and need special medical tests.
The UCC offers development, preventative, and therapeutic services and programs that promote the intellectual, emotional, cultural, and social development of students.
HMHI'smental and behavioral health services offer patient-centered care to treat all elements essential to achieving balance in mental health.
Offering routine checkups and treatment for specialty conditions, Women's Health Services offer quality healthcare for women of all ages.
The CPDC is charged with educating students and alumni in the discovery and realization of meaningful careers.
The Center for Child Care and Family Services works to assist University students, faculty, and staff in their search for quality child care services.
The Center for Disability and Access is dedicated to students with disabilities by providing the opportunity for success and equal access at the U.
The Office of the Dean of Students is dedicated to assisting students, staff, faculty, family members, and the community with questions, issues, and concerns regarding student life at the Universiont of Utah.
The VSC serves "student veterans," a collective term for U Vets, veterans' partners and children attending the U, and contracted ROTC students.
Mandatory reporters, private resource at the University of Utah. OEO resource dedicated to the U's commitment to provide a fair and equitable enviornment for individuals to pursue their academic and professional endeavors to equally access university programs.
UCASA works to advance a society in which sexual violence is not tolerated through advocacy, service, and education. UCASA also hosts the 40-hour response certification.
UDVC Works to create a state where domestic and sexual violence are intolerable through advocacy, collaboration, and education.
The YWCA is home to the Family Justice Center, which provides shelter and services for survivors of domestic violence and their children.
Women's Organizations on Campus
Works to support women premedical and medical students, and physicians through school careers and beyond. For more info, email them at email@example.com
AWM encourages women to study and have active careers in mathematical sciences.
Educates, supports, and empowers women to advance within the medical field. For more information, email them at firstname.lastname@example.org
Encourages women to take up a dentistry career through networking, support, volunteer opportunities, and mentoring. For more information, email them at email@example.com
GALS provides women with the tools necessary for fulfilling and successful career experiences in science through networking, seminars, social events, and supportive mentoring.
Her Campus serves as a career launching point for its team of college journalists.
IWA offers a platform for intercultural exchange and interaction for women at the University of Utah.