Transfer Student Resources

On-Campus Resources for Transfer Students

Transfer students come from a variety of backgrounds. They often have additional responsibilities to being students. The University of Utah has several resources to help transfer students succeed both in and out of the classroom. See some of the resources waiting for you at the U.

Child Care and Family Resources

The University of Utah is home to a large community of student-families. The Center for Child Care and Family Resources offers convenient, flexible, and accommodating child care options to help our students succeed in the classroom and at home. More[...]

Advising/Major Exploration

Chart your own plan for success with major exploration, academic advising, and Plan to Finish. Get the support and resources you need from transferring to the U until graduation. More[...]

Career Services

Career Services connects students to great jobs, internships, professional development opportunities, career coaching, and even helps them prepare for their career after college. More[...]

Financial Aid

The cost of tuition shouldn't hold you back from getting an education that prepares you for your ideal future. Learn about different options to finance your education. More[...]

Transfer Center

Through the Transfer Center, you'll have access to support and guidance that will ensure a smooth transition to the University of Utah. Learn about the center's checklist, getting started in your program, how to transfer credits, etc. More[...]

UOnline

Balance the different roles you have, and take control of your schedule through UOnline. Learn how UOnline can give you the ability to study when, where, and however works best for you. More[...]

Housing

Whether you are looking to live on or off campus, there are great housing accommodations for transfer students at the University of Utah. Find your perfect fit! [More...]

Educational Resources & Tutoring

Services on campus like the ASUU Tutoring Center and the University Writing Center can help you succeed in the classroom, regardless of what you're studying. [More...]

Last Updated: 1/3/17