#WhyUtahColleges: Utah System of Technical Colleges (UTECH)

The Utah System of Technical Colleges (known as UTECH) consists of eight technical colleges across Utah. Technical colleges offer shorter degree and certificate programs (as opposed to two- or four-year college degree programs) designed to qualify students to work in a variety of career fields. Technical colleges play an important role in today’s workforce. According

#WhyUtahColleges: LDS Business College

  LDS Business College (LDS BC), located in downtown Salt Lake City, is operated by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.   LDS BC’s mission is to help its students enhance both their spiritual wellbeing and academic strengths through providing them with relevant, in-demand, and market-ready skills. LDSBC’s programs are designed“for students who

#WhyUtahColleges: Utah Valley University Has a Place for You

By Colton Simons Transitioning to college is a totally daunting experience.  You are facing a major change that will affect every day for the rest of your life.  No pressure, right?  Wrong!  This is a big deal, and no one is going to try and tell you otherwise.  That’s why we at Utah Valley University

#WhyUtahColleges: Salt Lake Community College

When it comes to picking a school, we can show you why Salt Lake Community College should be your first choice.   For starters, if you’re already in the Salt Lake Valley, we have an SLCC location near your home and work.     Think you can’t afford college? Think again. #SLCCPromise   The SLCC

#WhyUtahColleges: Why Weber State Is Just Right For Me

By Sydney Tesch, Current WSU student     As my high school senior year came to an end, decision-making crunch-time loomed. After the scholarship acceptance letters came, I instantly felt that Weber State University was just right for me.   I grew up in Ogden, so I thought I might go away to school. I

#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