Tuminez explains campus updates in presidential forum

September 7, 2021

Reading Time: 4 minutes Utah Valley University’s recent vaccine mandate stems from the school’s responsibility to protect students, and is an important safety measure to allow campus life to continue in person, said President Astrid Tuminez in the first “Talk with Tuminez” forum of the semester.  “The first thing I want to say is this pandemic has created … […]

There is a place for you with UVU’s inclusion and diversity services

July 29, 2021

Reading Time: 3 minutes Utah Valley University hosts a wide range of services to support students from all walks of life. In addition to programs and departments, several clubs that support BIPOC communities are covered here. There is a place for YOU at UVU. LGBT Student Services The LGBT Student Services is dedicated to supporting LGBTQ+ students and raising […]

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, […]

Donor gives $1 million to Wee Care Center

July 2, 2012

Reading Time: 2 minutes On June 27, 2012, at an outdoor reception of 75 Utah Valley University community members, President Matthew S. Holland and UVU First Lady, Paige Holland, announced a major step forward in an initiative to expand the Wee Care Child Care Center. As part of a $2.2 million fundraising campaign for the daycare, President Holland introduced […]

$2 Million to help parents in need

June 4, 2012

Reading Time: 2 minutes According to Holland, there is not enough space to take care of the need that is currently present. The center currently holds 100 children, but there is a need to fit 500. “The university will never be able to take care of every student in need of such services,” Holland said. “But we must do […]

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 […]