#WhyUtahColleges: Utah State University

Utah State University is one of the one of the oldest schools in the Western United States. Since our founding in 1888 as a land-grant university, USU has become a premiere undergraduate research institution known throughout the world for our intellectual and technological leadership.     More than 28,000 students comprise the student body, including

#WhyUtahColleges: Why Dixie State University is My Perfect Place to Learn

By Erin Hakoda. Erin is a senior studying mass communication at Dixie State University. She came to St. George from Hawaii to pursue her passion for writing and public relations. On her time off, Erin enjoys dancing and exploring nature. When I was deciding where to go to college, the mere thought of it presented both

#WhyUtahColleges: My Decision to Join the University of Utah Family

Hello Friends, My name is Rakin Hall and I am the new Executive Director of the Office of Admissions at the University of Utah.  I recently relocated to the beautiful state of Utah two months ago from southern California. My decision to join the University of Utah Family was easy based on myriad factors. I

#WhyUtahColleges: My University of Utah Experience

By Erik Helgeson   Greetings to all the students of Utah! I’m very excited to be able to write to you all and share with you my experiences living in Salt Lake City and attending school at The University of Utah. Just to give you some background about myself, my name is Erik Helgeson and

Title IV + More Podcast: Episode 14 Transcript (March 7, 2018)

This is the transcript for Episode 14 (March 7, 2018) of the “Title IV + More Podcast for Utah Counselors and Educators” from Katie Wornek, Jacob Newman, and Bryan Lee at StepUp to Higher Education Utah. Listen to the “Title IV + More Podcast for Counselors and Educators” on iTunes Listen to the “Title IV

#WhyUtahColleges: Top Reasons to Attend Westminster College

With the goal of guiding its graduates to successful and meaningful lives, Westminster provides learning experiences for both undergraduate and graduate students that guarantee to be life-changing. Faculty focus on teaching, learning and developing distinctive, innovative programs, while students thrive on Westminster’s urban Sugar House campus within minutes of the Wasatch Mountains.     From

#WhyUtahColleges: Top 10 Reasons to go to Snow College

#10 – Small School, Small Classes and a Tight-Knit Student Body   Snow College has one of the smallest campuses in the state Our average class size is 16 students, even for freshmen doing their generals Our main campus (Ephraim) has just over 3,000 students (roughly 1/10 the population of the largest campuses in the