Regents approve 2015-16 budget priorities

The Board of Regents approved the budget priorities of the Utah System of Higher Education (USHE) for fiscal years 2015-16 at its most recent Board meeting held Sept. 26 at […]

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Where do USHE students come from?

79% of students within the Utah System of Higher Education are Utah residents and most commonly attend the institution within their home region. As the map below indicates, USHE institutions […]

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UHEAA hosts Paying for College Nights

The Utah Higher Education Assistance Authority (UHEAA) is hosting the 2014 Paying for College Nights in conjunction with the Utah Council on Secondary/Post-secondary Relations. So far this school year, seven […]

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2014 Utah Majors’ Meeting

Last week, the Utah System of Higher Education hosted the 17th annual Faculty Discipline Majors’ Meeting, which has as one of its objectives to achieve the greatest possible congruence in lower […]

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State funding and tuition

Higher education enjoys an important good-faith partnership with the Utah Legislature and the Governor.  Their support of higher education, especially during the challenging fiscal times of the Great Recession, has […]

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2014-15 Utah College Guide now available

The latest edition of Utah’s only authoritative college preparation source published by the Utah System of Higher Education, the Utah College Guide, is now available - the printed companion to StepUpUtah.com. The […]

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Volunteer with Utah Scholars

The school year has just begun, and Utah Scholars is excited to get back into Utah schools to give presentations to eighth grade students on how to best plan and prepare for […]

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TransferUtah

Unsure if you can use your college credits at a different Utah institution? Try TransferUtah, a site that shows how course credits earned at one college may transfer to Utah colleges. […]

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Utah wage information by field of study

Increased degree attainment consistently translates to increased annual wages, personal growth and economic development. This interactive infographic illustrates the relationship between degree attainment (e.g. associate, bachelor’s) and annual median wages […]

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Utah college prep resources

Many students and parents feel overwhelmed at the idea of preparing for college, and feel unsure where to start. But don’t worry, there are many resources in Utah to help […]

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Is the cost of college worth it?

That’s the $1.2 trillion question. Much attention has been given recently to the total amount of student debt in America. And while the system isn’t perfect and many issues remain […]

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Three Finalists Named in DSU Presidential Search

After an extensive nationwide search, the Dixie State University Presidential Search Committee has narrowed down the prospective Dixie State University president to three finalists: Dr. Don Capener, Dr. Reid L. […]

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Multi-State Collaborative

The Multi-State Collaborative to Advance Learning Outcomes Assessment (MSC) is an experimental approach to student learning outcomes assessment involving nine states throughout the country. Utah, Connecticut, Indiana, Kentucky, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Missouri, Oregon, and […]

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STEP UP Ready

Step Up Ready grants are made possible by the Utah State Legislature and its vision of making college more attainable to all Utahns. The most effective college readiness efforts come as […]

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