Resources for students with children

July 29, 2021

Reading Time: 3 minutes Parents wishing to get a degree can do so knowing Utah Valley University prioritizes education, as well as the safety and security of students and their families.  According to the Fulton Library donation site, 20% of UVU students have children of their own. To aid students in getting a degree through quality care and education, […]

Candlelight vigil held at UVU to increase awareness of domestic violence

November 7, 2018

Reading Time: 2 minutes The Center for Women and Children in Crisis (CWCIC) held a candlelight vigil on Oct. 29 to honor the survivors of domestic violence. Held in the Reflections Center, Dennis Hansen, CEO and director of CWCIC introduced Brian Parnell, the domestic violence program administrator for the Utah Department of Human Services, to inform the crowd of […]



June 4, 2012

Reading Time: 2 minutes Some parents have the luxury of being able to stay home with their children all summer long, but there are other parents who face the challenge of juggling work, school and making sure their children are being tended to now that they are home from school. There is a large population of students on campus […]

Wolverine Minute, April 4th

April 4, 2012

Reading Time: < 1 minute   Skate for Jeremiah – Skate for Jeremiah is a charity event that will take place April 6th at Classic Skating in Orem to raise funds for Jeremiah Drennen’s medical expenses for his muscular dystrophy. The cost is $6 dollars at the door, and goes from 9-12pm   Clothesline Project – Today is the last […]

With child as a wolverine

April 2, 2012

Reading Time: 2 minutes Expecting a baby can be a scary thing for any woman, and added stress is imminent while also attending school.   People may think that everyone is courteous and helpful to pregnant women on campus, but according to “Students for life of America,” 46 percent of abortions are performed on college-aged women.   So what […]

The Book Shelf with Cynthia Richards

April 2, 2012

Reading Time: < 1 minute “How to Get Your Child to Practice… Without Resorting to Violence!!” By Cynthia Richards   Summary: Drawing on years of experience teaching her eight children (and many others) to play instruments, classically-trained violinist Cynthia Richards presents a practical book on how to encourage children to develop musically.   Richards considers music a component of a […]

Scouting for art at the Woodbury Art Museum

February 4, 2012

Reading Time: 3 minutes Children’s voices reverberated through the cavernous exhibition space at the Woodbury Art Museum Saturday, Feb. 4. Not nearly as many as hoped for, though, according to Katherine Hall, Visitor Services Administration Support, who worked the door after making extensive preparations for a crowd of boys, girls and their families.   The first of many Scout […]