Diversity Related Campus Resources
Listed below are some of the diversity resources available to the University community. The list is not meant to be exhaustive: However, if you would like to make us aware of an organization that you feel would be beneficial to represent here, please send relevant information (e.g., organization name, website or other contact info, and brief description of their mission) to Lauren Weitzman (email@example.com or 801-581-6826).
Associate Vice President for Equity & Diversity
Committed to removing barriers that traditionally have been encountered by individuals from underrepresented groups, acknowledges such individuals as full and respected members of the academic community, and enables them to progress, thrive and succeed in their academic profession and endeavors.
Center for Disability Services
Provides accommodations and support for the educational development of students with disabilities.
Center for Ethnic Student Affairs
Provides help for students adjusting to campus life which, includes the following: academic planning, counseling, special class sections, financial assistance for tutoring and preparatory classes for economically disadvantaged students, campus coordination, and headquartering for ethnic student organizations (e.g., American Asian Student Association, Black Student Union, Inter-Tribal Student Association, Moviemento Estudiantil Chicana/o de Azatlan, and Pacific Islander Student Association.)
Assists international students and scholars with visa and immigrations matters and cultural adjustment. The International Center also runs the Study Abroad program.
Lesbian/Gay/Bisexual/Transgender Campus Resource Center
Provides a comprehensive range of education, information and advocacy services, and works to create and maintain an open, safe, and supportive environment for LGBT students, staff, faculty, alumni and the entire campus community.
Student Affairs Diversity Council
Founded in 2008, the Student Affairs Diversity Council (SADC) strives to cultivate an environment that embraces and promotes the broad scope of diversity within the Division of Student Affairs.
TRiO/Educational Opportunities Programs
The legislatively defined mission of these programs is, " ...to identify qualified individuals from disadvantaged backgrounds, to prepare them for a program of post secondary education, to provide support services for such students who are pursuing programs of post secondary education."
University Counseling Center
UCC staff members share a commitment to integrating diversity and multiculturalism into our clinical service delivery and training functions.
Utah MESA/STEP Consortium
Works to increase the number of underserved ethnic minority and all female students who pursue course work, advanced study and possible careers in mathematics, engineering, and science areas.
Veteran's Support Center
The Mission of the Veteran Support Center is to improve and enhance the success of student Veterans; to help them receive the benefits they deserve; to serve as a liaison between the Veteran student community and the University; and to increase their academic success.
Women’s Resource Center
Provides educational support services for women by supporting and facilitating women's choices, changes, and empowerment through programs, advocacy, workshops, group and individual counseling.