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Meet Our Professors: Jeff Orton, Accounting

A Cedar City native, Jeff Orton grew up surrounded by the sights, sounds, and fanfare that make Festival City, USA recognizable. But he never could have predicted that he would find work as a professional in residence in the very same college he attended in his own young adulthood.

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More Than Just Copies -- Ways To Use the Copy & Post

If there’s one thing true of all college students, it’s that we do things at the last minute. Forgot to print something? Need to make copies for your group? Doing a project and need a super random thing? The SUU Copy & Post can help fix all of your paper problems!

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SUU On The Hill: 4 Reasons Why You Should Intern as a Student

College is a time for learning. Some students may come to learn how to be an accountant or teacher, some come to learn to be independent, and some come to learn how to be the life of the party. Regardless of a student’s educational goal, we are all here to learn and better prepare ourselves for the next chapter in our lives.

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SUU on the Hill: Halfway Mark for the Legislative Session

By Alexandra White on February 25, 2019

in Cedar City, SUU Politics

We have just hit the halfway mark for the 2019 legislative session! It’s been a crazy and busy adventure but also very rewarding. I’m so excited to see what the next half brings.

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Why You Need to Vote in SUU Elections

By Cami Mathews on February 25, 2019

in Student Experience, SUU Politics

Campus election season is upon us and it’s time to focus on why your vote matters. Changes have been made to the election process, candidates are gearing up for a hectic week, but none of it matters unless you vote.

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Meet Our Professors: Steven Swift, Art & Design

As a lecturer of art at Southern Utah University, Steven Swift is following two of his passions: teaching and the arts. From working with his students to sharing new technologies and advancements in the arts, he hopes to share the value of learning with his students.

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News from the SUU Women's Network, February 2019

By Kenzie Lundberg on February 22, 2019

in Cedar City

This spring, the Southern Utah University Women’s Network (SUUWN) is continuing its initiative to promote education and professional development through a variety of events, panels, and conversations. As an affiliate of the Utah Women in Higher Education Network (UWHEN), SUUWN provides opportunities for professional support among all women on our campuses, celebrating success, perpetuating laudable campus traditions, and advocating for the institutions' female employees

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Meet SUU's Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)

By Kenzie Lundberg on February 21, 2019

in Cedar City, Campus Resources

Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) supports the psychological growth and development of the diverse Southern Utah University community. Through preventive and therapeutic services and programs, CAPS promotes academic excellence, involvement, personal growth, and social responsibility across the SUU campus.

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Managing Sickness and Chronic Illness in College

By Savannah Byers on February 20, 2019

in Student Experience, Campus Resources

Being sick is terrible when you’re home with family likely willing to help you. Believe it or not, sickness can be even worse when you are in college and left to fend for yourself. Here’s SUU’s guide on how to handle being sick in college.

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When Your Cough Turns Into Something Worse: Unexpected Illness in College

By Savannah Byers on February 20, 2019

in Student Experience, Campus Resources

Attending college is difficult no matter what. So what do you do if you’re combating a serious illness or disease? This is SUU’s guide to managing major illness in college.

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