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UVU

Attending UVU

UVU is an open-admission institution with a commitment to student success. We focus on teaching all students and providing them with real-world experiences.

41,735 Students with an
average class size of

23

STUDENTS

MANY WAYS TO LEARN

208 DEGREE OPTIONS

11 MASTER • 91 BACHELOR • 65 ASSOCIATE • 44 CERTIFICATE

34%

Increase in online course offerings in the last five years

 
Experience learning in a different kind of classroom — one that gives you access to specialized training at home or wherever you have web access. Students have more than 200 online courses to choose from with instruction earning a 96% overall satisfaction rate. 

56%

of our students work part time.

 
At UVU, we understand that students need a flexible class schedule. Courses are offered in the late afternoon, evenings, online, or through “Weekend College,” a program characterized by smaller classes, quiet surroundings, excellent faculty, and personal interaction among instructors and students. 

46

Certificate Programs

 
Certificate programs offer more focused training in a specific discipline to help you advance your job and career goals. Certificates are common in trades programs where the student will learn a very specific set of skills. 

27%

of our Students are 25 years or older.

 
Rest assured, you’ll find peers who understand your unique life circumstances. Many of our nontraditional students maintain unique class schedules — often in the evenings or on weekends, and 25% of UVU students support at least one child while pursuing a college degree. 

Financial Aid

Financial aid and scholarship opportunities at Utah Valley University may surprise you. Incoming students can be considered for more than 250 different scholarship options. These include academic, departmental, athletic, merit, and private scholarships. You may also qualify for federal grants and loans by completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).

52%

of students receive
financial aid assistance

250+

scholarship
options

Here are just a few employers that have hired UVU grads

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Engage

UVU emphasizes learning outside of the classroom and incorporating real-world experiences into the curriculum. We seek to prepare students as much as possible for their lives as well as their careers.

23%

of graduates participate in an
internship for credit

Internships allow you to earn college credit while acquiring the knowledge and skills required to enter your field of study. Paid or unpaid, part or full time, an internship is sure to give you an opportunity for real-world experience to support what you’re learning inside the classroom.

Inclusion

Multicultural Student Services • Service Members • LGBTQ • UVU Mental Health Services • Melisa Nellesen Center for Autism

Utah Valley University prohibits the award of any commission, bonus, or other incentive payment based in any part, directly or indirectly, for the purpose of securing enrollments of service members or obtaining access to TA funds to any person or entity who is engaged in any student recruitment or admission activity. Furthermore, UVU refrains from high-pressure recruitment tactics such as making multiple unsolicited contacts (three or more), including contacts by phone, email, or in person, and engaging in same-day recruitment and registration for the purpose of securing service member enrollments.

Support for everyone

UVU is committed to preparing all students and employees for success in an increasingly complex, diverse, and globalized society. We value and promote collegial relationships and mutual respect among students, faculty, and staff.

38%

1st Generation

Completing a college degree program can be difficult, and even more so if you are trying to do it alone. I Am First connects you with a community of like-minded friends, mentors, and crucial campus resources to help you graduate.