COVID-19 Modified Operations
Offices within the College continue to operate under modified conditions. All faculty and staff will have access to their email. Don’t hesitate to reach out if you have questions or concerns. If you have trouble contacting a faculty or staff member, please feel free to contact the Dean’s office at 801-863-7435 and we will try to help facilitate contact.
The Dean's Office and CHSS advising office will be open Monday - Friday, 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM, with limited on-campus availability. To schedule an appointment with your advisor, visit uvu.edu/chss/advising.html or email your advisor directly to set up an in-person, phone, or video appointment.
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The Stronger Families Program at Utah Valley University is nationally and internationally recognized and has improved parenting skills and family relationships, reduced problem behaviors, delinquency, and alcohol and drug abuse in children, and has improved social competencies and school performance. Dr. Grant Richards founded the program and works alongside current director Dr. Julie Nelson with trained UVU students and interns to implement the program in six locations within Alpine School District, directly benefiting families in our community. Please help us grow this program by donating today!MAKE A GIFT
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