Visiting Campus

UVU is a teaching institution where students learn, do and become. Home to more than 30,000 students, UVU is now one of the largest institutions of higher learning in Utah--quite an evolution for an institution that began with a few hundred students learning wartime trades on the old Provo fairgrounds. As a teaching institution that educates more Utahns than any other university, UVU's primary focus is on student success--the academic, professional and personal success of its students.

Attend an Event

There's always something happening at UVU. Whether it's a play in the Noorda Theatre, a baseball game at Brent Brown Ballpark, or a campus event hosted by one of our student clubs, you'll be sure to have a good time visiting our beautiful campus. 

Where To Stay

Located in the heart of Utah Valley near the Wasatch Mountains, many students choose UVU for its ideal location. Others come for access to a dynamic economy, employment and career opportunities. Known for its high moral climate, campus is recognized as one of the safest colleges in the country and is home to the largest LDS Institute program in the world. Within 20 miles, students enjoy winter sports, hiking, mountain biking, water recreation and more.


The Accessibility Services Department is committed to helping students with disabilities receive reasonable accommodations during their college experience at UVU. We provide a variety of services, software and equipment for students with a wide range of disabilities. Come in and see how we can help you achieve your best!

Take a Tour

Come see for yourself how Utah Valley University's unique indoor campus makes engaged learning possible. During your visit you'll learn about admissions, facilities, support services and academic opportunities available at UVU. Take a tour of campus and find out more about your university experience.


The main campus in Orem, Utah is just one of many UVU facilities located across the state. Other campus sites include Heber City, Provo Airport, Canyon Park, Capitol Reef Field Station, Saratoga Springs, Spanish Fork and more. If you're planning a visit, be sure to download and print campus maps and driving instructions here.


The UVU campus landscape is always expanding. Keep up with all of the upcoming projects, construction and parking updates, and tips for getting around with our Pardon Our Dust blog.

Public Transportation

Getting to UVU couldn't be easier, with a major interstate exit adjacent to the main campus and a UTA public transportation hub just down the street. Whether you're taking the bus or the train, you'll find an option that fits your needs.

Campus Photo


Students in a Group