Welcome to the University of Utah School of Computing!

Important Dates:
August 16th: Laptops available to collect at School of Computing main office
August 20th: Department Orientation
August 23rd: Fall semester begins
September 3rd: Tuition due to Income Accounting

Student Policies:
Please read through both the Academic Misconduct Policy and Handbook and check the University Student COVID-19 page frequently for updates.

Classes:
Fall 2021 classes will be in-person one day a week and live-streamed the other four days. There will also be daily discussions online. You may request more in-person days (if we are able to accommodate we will) or to be fully remote.

The department will register you for all of your classes. You will be notified once enrolled and after signed forms are received. Each class is four credit hours for a total of 40 credits. CS 6010, CS 6011, and CS 6012 should appear under “My Classes” through CIS once enrolled. These three courses will be five weeks long each:

  • CS 6010Begins 8/24/20, ends 9/25/20
  • CS 6011Begins 9/28/20, ends 10/30/20
  • CS 6012–Begins 11/2/20, ends 12/3/20

Please contact the Registrar’s Office regarding drop/withdrawal deadlines.

Optional textbooks for Fall 2021:
CS 6010: C++ for Everyone 2nd Edition Cay S. Horstmann
CS 6012: Data Structures & Problem Solving Using Java, 4th Edition. Mark Allen Weiss and Addison Wesley

Fall 2021 and Spring 2022: Monday-Friday 8:30am-12:30pm
Summer 2022: Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 8:30-11:30am
Fall 2022: Monday/Wednesday 8:30-11:30am
*From Spring 2022 to Fall 2022 your classes will be taught concurrently.*

All other University dates (tuition deadline, Fall/Spring Break, etc.) follow the regular University Schedule.

E-mail: Your University email (Umail) must be used to communicate with University faculty/staff.

UCard:  Your UCard is used for room and building access. You may upload your picture and request your UCard through UCard Services. Once you have your UCard, UTA services will activate and allow you to ride for free during the first week of classes.