Network Operations Center (NOC)
UEN Security Office
Technical Services Support Center (TSSC)
Eccles Broadcast Center
101 Wasatch Drive
Salt Lake City, UT 84112
(801) 585-6105 (fax)
C. Utah State Board Of Education (USBE) Credit
D. Southern Utah University (SUU) Credit
Due to popularity and long waiting lists, it is critical that participants cancel before the course start date if they plan on not attending. Participants can cancel by going to the UEN Course Catalog. Login with your Canvas Account, go to "My Account" and cancel the registration. For assistance please review our cancellation help page. For further assistance participants can contact UEN Professional Development.
When scheduled classes reach their capacity, people may register themselves on the waiting list. As others drop from the class, waiting list participants are moved to enrolled status and are notified in the order their registration was received. If a participant is moved from the waitlist to the enrolled list they are still required to cancel if they plan on not attending.
In the event that a participant fails to attend class (online or in-person), that person’s status is set to No Show. If a participant has more than three No Shows in their registration history, UEN reserves the right to cancel their participation (drop them from the roster) in favor of someone from the waiting list. If it is necessary to take this step, the participant will be informed via email that their registration has been canceled. A pattern of No Shows may result in a person not being able to register for future courses.
UEN reserves the right to cancel a scheduled course if the number of confirmed participants is less than 5, one week prior to the beginning of the course. Participants will be notified via email if a course is cancelled.
Point certificates represent the hours spent in class. In most cases the certificate is provided to participants at the end of in-person classes. For online, Flex classes and some in-person classes, certificates may be emailed.
UEN Professional Development maintains records of class attendance and credit/certificate requests for two years. Participants may access information about the status of credit requests by contacting the department’s administrative assistant.
Due to a variety of needs and situations and variation among districts in the state, UEN Professional Development management maintains flexibility with regard to class requests.
Guidelines for Requested Classes Include: