High School Counselors




From applications to scholarship information, we have gathered together some useful links for high school counselors. This quick reference site is an exciting resource, keeping you up-to-date on the latest and most important information the University of Utah has to offer!

If there is any additional information you would like to see added to our Counselor's Page, please contact Moana Hansen by telephone at (801) 585-1320 or by email at moana.kofe@utah.edu


Each month, we email a newsletter to high school counselors. This short publication is meant to keep you up-to-date on events and updates important to high school students. If you don't currently receive the email, you can subscribe by contacting us at oa_comms@utah.edu.

Bringing the U to You Counselor Breakfast & Lunch

The University of Utah is coming to Pleasanton and St. George! For counselors in those areas, enjoy a meal on us while talking with staff from the University of Utah and learning what the U has to offer! Register below:

Pleasanton, Oct. 18.     St. George, Oct. 25

Not in these areas? Check out where else we'll be traveling for Bringing the U to You here!

2019 Counselor Conference

Thank you to all our counselors for a great counselor conference this year! Check back next August for information on our 2020 counselor conference.

Sending transcripts

Students can submit a transcript by selecting a recommender through the Common App, or other ways to submit transcripts include:

Paper transcripts can be mailed directly from the high school or brought in an envelope sealed by the high school to:

             The University of Utah
             Office of Admissions
             201 South 1460 East, Room 250s
             Salt Lake City, UT 84112

Electronic transcripts can be requested through one of the following services:

             Credentials Solutions
             National Student Clearinghouse

If prompted for a recipient email address when ordering a transcript, please use admisstranscripts@utah.edu. Transcripts sent directly through email or fax will not be considered official.

digital materials

Want to get an inside look at campus and learn more about the opportunities available to students at the U? Check out our 2019-2020 viewbooks below for out of state and in state students.

In State Viewbook      Out of State Viewbook