A Place Unlike Any Other
Salt Lake City
Salt Lake combines the amenities of a large metropolitan area with the ease of a small town. Salt Lake’s symphony, ballet, theatres and film scenes delight audiences year-round. Sports fans thrill to hockey, baseball, and, professional basketball. Outdoor enthusiasts find hiking trails a mere five minutes from downtown. And, no matter which activity you choose, there’s a pub, bistro, restaurant, or café ready to complement the event.
Lots of great winter fun is just a short drive from campus.
Features art from around the world, right on the Utah campus.
Leonardo Museum, Clark Planetarium, Salt Lake City Public Library, and more.
Professional Basketball, music concerts, and other exciting events.
Beautiful mountain views, a unique salty lake, and herds of wildlife.
Bike rides, picnics, festivals, paddle boats in the lake, and more.
Utah is home to five national parks and seven national monuments, all within a day’s drive from campus. Zion National Park and Bryce Canyon are particular favorites, both in winter and in summer.
Applying to the U
Each department or program determines its own application process and may have unique admission criteria and requirements. Visit the program's website for a link to the application, as well as program-specific instructions and requirements.
Tuition and Fees
The University of Utah rates are roughly half the tuition charged by many public research universities.
Nonresidents certified under the exchange program WICHE may be eligible for in-state tuition rate if they are a resident of one of the Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education (WGRP) participating states.