Supporting Students New to America
University of Utah REFUGES
The University of Utah REFUGES afterschool program operates on-campus and includes:
- Sudanese Youth in Action (SYA) for students in grades 7-9 – a community-based afterschool program affiliated with the Sudanese Community in Utah.
- Transitions for Refugee Youth (TRY) for students in grades 10-12, a community-based afterschool program affiliated with refugee community organizations, including: Sudanese Community in Utah, Association of Sierra Leoneans, Burmese Community, Karen Community, Burundi Community, Congolese Community, Ethiopian Community, Iraqi Community, Liberian United in Utah, Rwandese Community, Somali Bantu Association, Somali Community, United Africans of Utah, Utah Eritrea Connection.
- The University Neighborhood Partners (UNP) Hartland afterschool program
Utah Maker Spacers
Maker Spaces are kinesthetic learning environments to support students English language development through play and conversation.
Utah's Online Library is a collection of electronic resources. It provides statewide access to newspaper articles, magazines, professional journals, encyclopedias, video, photographs, maps, charts, and graphics.
Use Culturegrams to learn more about countries from where new students are arriving from.
- World Book Encyclopedia
Click on a picture category to begin browsing and learn about almost anything.
- Utah Collections Multimedia Encyclopedia
Access to digital collections of Utah-related information and media items.
- Utah's Local Newspapers
This resource contains a list of newspapers that are currently in circulation in the State of Utah
Use technology resources to learn about everything from art to science and more.