News Highlights

Historic Home

The Orrin G. Hatch Center will be the new home for Hinckley Institute of Politics interns in Washington, D.C.

Baskets Weave Generations Together

The U’s NHMU is home to a large collection of Navajo baskets, including this piece, Three Necklaces.

Western Outpost

The U and SLCC broke ground on a new campus in Herriman that will eventually serve 7,000 students.

Power Walk

A new battery-powered exoskeleton is helping people who use prosthetic legs have a more natural walking experience.

Clear Vision

A new grant will help Moran Eye Center clinicians train Navajo Nation providers to become certified ophthalmic assistants.

New Ivory University House Development to Fund Scholarships

A new 536-bed housing facility at the U will use proceeds from housing fees to fund scholarships.

Impressive Trajectory

Research funding reached a new high of $641 million last year, and grants were awarded to more than 1,000 researchers across campus.

Welcoming Our Largest-ever Incoming Class

Enrollment of first-time freshmen at the U skyrocketed 20% to 5,361 students last fall, making it the first with 5,000+ students.

Writing on the Wall

A group of muralists explore 2020, the experience of the pandemic, and how it might affect the future in a new UMFA exhibit.

Remembering Aaron Lowe

U football player and student Aaron Lowe was remembered for his infectious optimism at a memorial service last October.

Giving Day

For the fourth consecutive year, we recently hosted U Giving Day for 1,850 minutes—and you can still give to your favorite projects.

Winter 2022 News Roundup

Entertainment Arts & Engineering named No. 3 in the country, new Rhodes Scholar from the U, and fieldhouse renovation.