- Graduate Student Housing - resources for those moving to Salt Lake City
- Global Change & Sustainability Center - facilitates interactions among scientists, creative researchers, engineers, and policymakers who are interested in understanding the complex challenges and dynamics in both natural and human-built ecosystems.
- Environmental & Sustainability Studies - strives to foster an understanding of ecological systems and the consequences of human-environment interactions. This undergraduate curriculum is rooted in interdisciplinary approaches from earth systems science, humanities, and social and behavioral sciences.
- Sustainability - integrate(s) sustainability as a core principle throughout operations, research, and education at the University of Utah and to support initiatives that cultivate the campus as a living laboratory. Sustainability sponsors an e-Bikes Program, the Edible Campus Gardens and U of U farmers market.
- The Marriott Library offers free classes and workshops. EH library liasison, Jessica Breiman, is available to suggest resources and help with student research and projects. She maintains the Environmental Humanities subject guide.
- Center for Teaching and Learning Excellence provides a variety of services to all University of Utah graduate student instructors with an emphasis on best pedagogical practices and strategies for teaching in higher education.
- The Graduate School's Graduate Academic Resources
- The University Writing Center offers review of graduate student papers, and access to the Graduate Student Reading Room at Marriott Library.
- The Office of Software Licensing offers free MS Office and Adobe products to students, staff & faculty and reduced rates on other software.
Health & Safety
- Department of Public Safety
- Student Health Center
- University Counseling Center
- Campus Recreation Services including Outdoor Adventures
- Center for Student Wellness
- Feed U Pantry at the Olpin Union
Art on Campus
- Natural History Museum of Utah
- Utah Museum of Fine Arts
- Dept of Art and Art History Events
- Red Butte Garden
- Performing Arts at U of U