Free menstrual products to be available for all students

March 29, 2022

Reading Time: 2 minutes UVUSA announced that after four years of securing proper funding, approvals, and withstanding supply chain issues, free menstrual products will be available for all students. “UVUSA student government has been fighting to provide free menstrual products for students campus-wide for four years,” a pamphlet that was passed out during the Student Council meeting on March […]

Women take the lead at UVU

March 25, 2022

Reading Time: 6 minutes March is Women’s History Month and, in celebration, The Review is spotlighting various women who have demonstrated leadership within the school and throughout the community. Dinah Kibwe Dinah Kibwe is in her junior year studying mechatronics engineering technology. She is currently the president of the Black Student Union at Utah Valley University.  “I have had […]

Dan Price inspires students

March 25, 2022

Reading Time: 3 minutes UVUSA Senate Speaker series invited Dan Price Thursday, Feb. 3. Price is the founder and CEO of Gravity Payments, a credit card processing company. He is an entrepreneur who found a better way to do business by putting people over profits. According to UVUSA Price was born and raised in Idaho. While at Seattle Pacific […]

UVUSA Elections: Meet the Candidates

February 22, 2022

Reading Time: 10 minutes With the opening candidate press conference on Feb. 1, the campaign to choose UVUSA’s next body of leaders officially began. Students were introduced to the candidates running for Student Body President, Vice President of Academics, Vice President of Engagement, and Vice President of Activities. During the conference, the candidates shared their vision for what UVU […]

Seven dollar increase approved by student council

February 15, 2022

Reading Time: 2 minutes The Student Council has unanimously passed their proposal for student fees which will increase student fees by $7. Voting on Feb. 10, the council passed the student drafted proposal for student fees during the 2022-2023 academic year. The proposal approves a $7 increase overall for students, the second-largest increase in the last five years. The […]

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 […]

UVUSA fights to keep one-credit courses

February 3, 2022

Reading Time: 3 minutes Members of the Student Council have drafted a petition to prevent the cancellation of one-credit physical education science courses at UVU. Ethan Morse, vice president of academics, was informed by students that many P.E.S. courses will no longer be available after the spring semester. Morse states, “Classes like yoga, palliates, and women’s self-defense would be […]

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. […]

Departments seek student fee increases, student fee hearings begin

January 18, 2022

Reading Time: 2 minutes Campus Recreation and the Sorensen Student Center Operation and Management are asking the student council for increased fees to improve service quality and accommodate university-mandated wage increases.  Every year the student council meets in the beginning of January to reassess student fees and propose changes to the Presidential Council. As mentioned in a previous piece, […]