Utah Valley University hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony for its new Young Living Alumni Center, which was partially funded by a $4.5 million donation from Young Living. The 30,000 square foot, two-story building is expected to accommodate the rapid increase in the number of alumni, 77% of whom remain in Utah a decade after graduating.
This new center will serve as a gathering place for conferences, networking events and university celebrations and will house the university’s philanthropies department.
“We are excited about the opening of the UVU Young Living Alumni Center and its impact on alumni and students,” said Mary Young, Young Living CEO and Co-Founder. “We recognize the immense value of creating a space where alumni can return and foster a sense of community and mentorship that reflects Young Living’s commitment to holistic growth and a brighter future for all.”