COVID-19 Modified Operations:
In response to COVID-19 situation, much of the College of Health and Public Service is operating remotely and can be contacted via phone and email. See detail below.
Student services are still available in online delivery methods and via email.
Provo Airport Campus: Flight operations have resumed at our Provo Airport facility. Students, staff, and visitors should be aware that masks are required in the building and while on flights. Before building entry, all individuals are required to stop at the medical desk once each day.
The Emergency Services building is currently open. Due to COVID-19 a mask is required at all times while in the building. Hours: Monday – Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Learn about the Return To Campus in Fall 2020
To check UVU's current condition visit uvu.info.
Spring 2020 Grading options for individual programs
The advisors within the College of Health and Public Service have identified the courses in which a CR grade is an option for graduation in each of our programs.
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