Phi Theta Kappa food drive

March 16, 2022

Reading Time: 2 minutes Student members of the international honor society, Phi Theta Kappa, hosted a food drive this past February that sought to help a local charity restock its food stores. In collaboration with an American Fork and Spanish Fork charity called Tabitha’s Way, a charity that works to alleviate local food insecurity, PTK members of the UVU […]

Student spotlight: Deborah Colimon

February 2, 2022

Reading Time: 2 minutes One cheerful April morning, Deborah Colimon woke up and decided to buy her first house plant: she now owns 24 house plants, and treats them like they’re her children. As a student spotlight, Colimon shares her journey to Utah Valley University, her experiences here and why she believes it’s important to celebrate Black History Month.  […]

UC Conference on Student Success: call for proposals

January 30, 2022

Reading Time: 2 minutes Utah Valley University’s University College will be hosting the second annual Conference on Student Success. The theme for this year’s conference is, “From Student Access to Success.” Students, faculty, staff and community members are invited to submit proposals for this event.  This year, the UC Conference on Student Success will be held Thursday, Feb. 24 […]

Roots of Knowledge celebrates five years

December 11, 2021

Reading Time: 2 minutes The artwork of the Bingham Gallery, also known as Roots of Knowledge, has been lighting the halls of the Fulton Library for five years to date.  At ten feet high, the stained glass art piece stretches 200 feet in length, including 80 window panes, 60,000+ individual pieces taking 12 years to complete, according to the […]

Latinx community discusses imposter syndrome at UVU

October 11, 2021

Reading Time: 2 minutes UVU Latinx students and faculty gathered Sept. 28 to discuss their experiences with imposter syndrome, during an open forum hosted inside of the Fulton Library. Imposter syndrome is described as the feeling that one is not deserving of their own academic success. According to the McNair Journal, imposter syndrome is disproportionately felt by first-generation students, […]

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, […]

North Korean defector speaks about her experiences to UVU students, faculty

October 5, 2018

Reading Time: 2 minutes The Fulton Library auditorium was filled at capacity with students, faculty and staff eager to see world-renowned author, Lee Hyeon-seo who was chosen by the Freshman Experience faculty to speak about her experiences depicted in her book The Girl with Seven Names. Selected as the 2018-2019 school year reading requirement for all incoming freshman, it was […]