NOTICE: We are currently open and available to assist in-person Monday - Thursday 9 AM - 8 PM, and Fridays 9 AM - 4 PM. You can also call us at (801) 581-6461 or send us an email at email@example.com. For more information on university COVID-19 protocols on campus visit https://coronavirus.utah.edu.
Ready to finish your degree? The Return to the U Program helps students who left the University, or who have some college experience but no degree, return to successfully complete a Bachelor's degree.
We recognize that going back to school can feel overwhelming. With flexible options, specialized advisors, and a team of people to cheer you on, we will help you get to the finish line!
Welcome to the University of Utah Sandy Center
For your convenience, the University of Utah Sandy Center is close to the Sandy Civic Center TRAX stop, and directly on the 201 bus route which runs between TRAX and Front Runner in Sandy. You can find UTA’s 201 schedule here. See UTA's Trip Planner here.
With the goal of providing an enhanced student and instructor experience, we have dedicated study rooms, an enclosed student lounge, an instructor prep room, two computer labs, flat screens, tables with power outlets and padded seating in some classrooms. Our commitment to high quality customer service continues as we expand our services to include more academic advising and tutoring opportunities.
Adult learners may take advantage of not-for-credit Lifelong Learning and Professional Education classes. We also offer ACT Preparation classes for high school students.
Fax machine, copy machine and scanner
Audio/visual equipment, including data projectors and VGA cables
Instructor Prep Room
Study rooms, Computer Lab and Student Lounge
Vending machines and coffee
Free parking (no permits required)
Registration for non-matriculated students, including youth students
Weekly courier service to main U of U campus
Textbooks and school supplies can be purchased on-site in the new Sandy campus store. Textbooks can be ordered online and delivered to the Sandy Center during the first two weeks of the semester.