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From the moment you apply to the U through the day you receive your diploma, the Office of Undergraduate Studies at the University of Utah is dedicated to providing you with an exceptional educational experience that is seamless, inspirational, engaged, and will motivate you to have an impact.
The possibilities are immense. With 83 major degrees, 74 minors, and 50 teaching majors, our curriculum provides you with a wide range of fields and subjects that will engage and educate you for life and your future career. Our many innovative programs and exciting new initiatives aim to bring the world into your classroom, engage you with peers and mentors, and create shared learning experiences you won’t always find in a traditional class setting. It is this core commitment to innovation, inclusiveness, quality, and engagement — both locally and globally — that will make an undergraduate education at the U an experience you’ll value the rest of your life.
News and Updates
How ChatGPT changes higher education
From academic integrity to developing better AI tools, U leadership explores what ChatGPT means for the university experience.
Undergraduate Studies convenes inaugural class of fellows.
The Office of Undergraduate Studies convened its inaugural class of fellows in August 2022. This talented group of five faculty will contribute to several important projects during this academic year including updating and developing policies and procedures germane to undergraduate education and shepherding those policies through the faculty governance process. All five fellows are elected representatives to the Undergraduate Council and are active contributors in their home colleges and units.
Giving Ute children a Head Start for health
After taking a two-year hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the University of Utah Physician Assistant Program and the Spencer Fox Eccles School of Medicine were able to return to Fort Duchesne to help the Ute Indian Tribe Head Start program fulfill one of its important goals: ensuring that all the young children have a yearly physical.
Director of Utah Global selected by U.S. Department of State for prestigious English Language Specialist Project
The U.S. Department of State announced the selection of Karen Marsh Schaeffer of University of Utah for a six month virtual English Language Specialist project focusing on student motivation and English for Specific Purposes (ESP) in Russia at Dostoevsky Omsk State University. Marsh Schaeffer is part of a select group, as her project is one of approximately 240 that the English Language Specialist Program supports each year.