Student Resources


ASUU Resources

Learning CenterASUU Tutorial

The Learning Center provides individual tutoring for currently enrolled University of Utah students for $5 per individual hour. Students can receive assistance for a wide range of subjects for reasonable rates thanks to a subsidy from the Associated Students of the University of Utah. Tutoring is very flexible, appointments may be set for any time and public location that is convenient for the student and tutor. For additional information call 801-581-5153 or visit the Learning Center in M LIB 1738.

ASUU ChildcareASUU Childcare

The ASUU Student Child Care Program, in collaboration with campus partners, provides quality, affordable childcare to student families. Services include part-time care, non-traditional hours, and a tiered fee scale for University of Utah student families. Student’s children receive priority placement in a program designed to support the unique needs of student families.

ASUU ReadershipASUU Collegiate Readership Program

The ASUU Collegiate Readership Program provides local and national newspapers to students, enhancing the learning environment on campus by exposing students to the news in their living, working and community spaces. Newspapers can be picked up at multiple locations around campus, including in the Union, the Marriott Library, and residence halls, among other locations.

Student Resources Board

To utilize the following resources, contact the Director of the Student Resources Board, Shelby Cattani.

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The ASUU Student Resources Board connects students to a free, 30-minute session with a professional lawyer to gain legal advice. This consolation with a professional can help inform students which direction they should take in the event that they need to pursue legal action.

The ASUU Student Resources Board offers small emergency loans to students in need.

The ASUU Student Resources Board offers one-on-one, student-to-student consultations to help students in need. The board is able to point students in the direction of resources that are fit for their personal situations. The board can talk about issues ranging from sexual assault advocacy, to mental health, to financial insecurity, to landlord disputes—regardless of the issue, the board will try to help.

Student Resources