Human Performance Center

Vision and Mission

Mission Statement

The Human Performance Center’s mission is to provide a welcoming and inclusive environment for Utah Tech University’s fee-paying community of students, faculty, and staff. Departments within the multi-use, shared facility will exhibit a willingness to provide academic, recreational, athletic, and wellness opportunities that educate, empower, and inspire the University’s campus community.

The HPC welcomes community members’ attendance and participation in publicly-hosted events. Community members may schedule privately-hosted events through Utah Tech University’s Central Scheduling Department. Priority scheduling will be given to Academics, Athletics, UTSA, student groups, Campus Recreation, and student recreation activities.

Statement of Dignity

The HPC is a shared space, where everyone will be made to feel welcome and included. We ask that patrons recognize and celebrate human differences by embracing a philosophy of respect, kindness, and inclusivity.

Utah Tech University Core Themes (L.E.O.)

  • Learning: Preparing knowledgeable and competent active learners, by delivering excellent teaching in a student-centered environment.
  • Engagement: Maintaining active involvement and positive collaboration with students, faculty, staff, and the community to foster economic and community development, facilitating educational, cultural, and recreational enrichment.
  • Opportunity: Valuing inclusion, access, differences, equality, service and citizenship.

Utah Tech University Values

  • Academic Distinction: Excellence as an open, inclusive, comprehensive, polytechnic university that distinguishes UT from other universities.
  • Student Learning and Success: Achievement of learning outcomes and the attainment of an academic award or other educational goal, including holistic personal development
  • Equity and Inclusion: A safe, tolerant and welcoming community with diverse identities, ideas, and beliefs who collaborate and learn through open and civil discourse.
  • Purposeful Discovery: Creative thinking and acting across boundaries to solve complex problems both individually and collaboratively.
  • Collaborative Culture: An open culture grounded on principles of honesty, integrity, sharing, transparency, accountability, mutual respect, and freedom of inquiry.
  • Public Service: Effective leadership of civic, educational, economic, and cultural entities and initiatives to transform communities.
  • Local and Global Resources: Mutually beneficial partnerships that engage and integrate local and global resources into learning experiences, with a special emphasis on southern Utah.
  • Innovation and Responsiveness: Responsive to local and regional needs and opportunities through institutional innovation and entrepreneurship.

HPC Front Desk

Phone: 435-879-4740