Fee proposals change to accommodate larger COLA estimate

February 13, 2022

Reading Time: 2 minutes Student fee proposals are being subjected to increases due to a higher projected cost of living adjustment than previously estimated. The compensation/COLA increase is established by the state to be competitive with the rising cost of living. These pay increases are the result of that action. Through the Office of Legislative Affairs on campus, the […]

Allyship for women in the arts

February 2, 2022

Reading Time: 2 minutes Utah Valley University held a ‘Dialogue on Inclusion’ prepared by the inclusion committee within the School of Arts, with speaker Briettny Curtner of UVU Student Affairs. The event was hosted by the Women’s Success Center, and guided participants in a discussion titled “Allyship: Women in the Arts.”  The intention of this F.O.I. was to educate […]

Athletics seeking decrease in student fees favoring tuition

January 30, 2022

Reading Time: 2 minutes During the latest, and final student fee hearing, the UVU Athletics department requested a $6.50 decrease in their student fee per semester in order to transition their funding to student tuition. The final day of student fee hearings reviewed proposals from Student Health Services, UVU Athletics and from the School of The Arts on Jan. […]

11 COVID-19 cases traced to Noorda Center

September 18, 2020

Reading Time: 2 minutes One of the few departments on campus that has been permitted to have face-to-face classes during the COVID-19 pandemic is now at risk of halting in-person classes. In an email sent to the students, faculty and staff of the School of the Arts on Tues. Sept. 15, SOA Dean Stephen Pullen announced that 11 cases […]

A breakdown of student fees

April 15, 2019

Reading Time: 4 minutes The amount and allocation of student fees for the 2019-2020 school year has been finalized. These fees are collected from students separately from tuition costs and serve to fund various activities and accounts specifically for students across campus.

Q&A With Jason Alexander

February 2, 2015

Reading Time: 5 minutes Sean Stoker | Editor-at-large | @theroyalthey   Sean: This being your third visit to UVU, one has to wonder, what makes us so special? Jason: What is unusual about UVU is that because this program is relatively new, there is a willingness and eagerness to go, ‘what are we doing that’s really good, what are […]

Carmina Burana: A performance of love, renewal and the wheel of fate

November 6, 2011

Reading Time: 2 minutes In perhaps one of the most beautiful experiences ever orchestrated by the UVU fine arts department, 300 chorus members, ballet dancers and musicians crowded on the stage of the Covey Fine Arts Center to perform “Carmina Burana.”   On Friday night, Nov. 4, the hall was filled with anxious attendees waiting for a unique performance. […]