Concurrent Enrollment: Earn College Credit in High School

Did you know you can earn college credit in high school by taking concurrent enrollment classes? What is concurrent enrollment? Like Advanced Placement (AP) and International Baccalaureate (IB) programs, you can earn both college and high school credit by taking a concurrent enrollment class. Concurrent enrollment classes are taught either at a high school or

Create a bookmark, and you could win a $1,000 UESP scholarship!

Draw on your talents for a chance to win a Utah Educational Savings Plan (UESP) scholarship. Create an original bookmark for the UESP Make Your Mark contest. If selected, your artwork could help you win a $1,000 UESP scholarship to use toward your college education. UESP is Utah’s official and only 529 college savings plan.

Back to school seniors, you’re almost there!

By Sumiko Martinez and Bryan Lee One of the biggest differences between coming back to school as a high school senior and every other year is that this is the year when the idea of college starts to get a lot more real and a lot more exciting. But as you might have guessed, it

Here we go, back to school

By Sumiko Martinez The start of another school year is always exciting – seeing friends again, breaking in those new shoes and back- to- school clothes, and the smell of freshly sharpened pencils (okay, maybe that was a little too far)  – but there’s also a lot of new and exciting things to think about!

7 tips for finding scholarships

By Kelsie Lawrence @uvufuture I remember being a senior in high school when it finally hit me; in less than a year I would have to fork up some serious cash for my college tuition! My parents weren’t able help financially, so I knew it would all be up to me if I wanted to