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The Utah System of Higher Education consists of 10 public colleges and universities governed by the Utah State Board of Regents, assisted by a local Board of Trustees. The system includes two major research/teaching universities, two metropolitan/region universities, two state colleges, three community colleges, and a college of applied technology.

Links to Utah System of Higher Education institutions, to other sources of post-secondary education and training in Utah, and to related agencies can be found below.

A list of Utah’s public colleges and universities is listed below in alphabetical order. To access a school’s website, click on the name of the institution.


College of Eastern Utah – CEU is an open access, comprehensive community college with a mission of providing general and liberal education as well as applied technology programs leading of Associate of Arts, Science, or Applied Science degrees. Certificates are awarded for short-term and applied technology programs. CEU’s president is Ryan L. Thomas

Dixie State College of Utah – Dixie State College is an open access, comprehensive community college with a mission of providing general and liberal education as well as applied technology programs leading to Associate of Arts, Science, or Applied Science degrees. Certificates are awarded for short-term and applied technology programs. The upper division consists of selected Baccalaureate degree offerings. DSC’s president is Lee Caldwell.

Salt Lake Community College – SLCC is an urban, multi-campus, open access, comprehensive community college with a mission of providing applied technology education as well as general and liberal education leading Associate of Arts, Science, or Applied Science degrees. Certificates are awarded for short-term and applied technology programs. SLCC’s president is Cynthia Bioteau.

Snow College – Snow College is an open access comprehensive community college that offers a broad range of general/liberal education and vocational/technical programs leading to Associate of Arts, Science, or Applied Science Degrees. Numerous specialized short-term vocational training certificates and diplomas are also offered. Snow College’s president is Michael T. Benson.

Southern Utah University – SUU has the mission of a regional, comprehensive, undergraduate institution with a broad program of liberal and professional education, and is a primary center for service and cultural programs designed to advance the Southern Utah area. Selected masters programs are also available. SUU’s interim president is Gregory L. Stauffer.

University of Utah – The UofU is a major urban state university with significant programs of sponsored research and of graduate, professional, and undergraduate education in 15 colleges and professional schools and their authorized degree programs, including law and medical schools. UofU’s president is Michael K. Young.

Utah College of Applied Technology – Utah College of Applied Technology - UCAT is a new concept in applied technology education consisting of nine applied technology college campuses, providing opportunities for statewide open-entry, open-exit, competency-based education for high school and adult students. UCAT, working in close cooperation with business and industry, local school districts and the other colleges and universities, provides a broad range of specialized long-term and short-term certificate training, as well as Associate of Applied Technology (AAT) degrees. UCAT’s president is Robert O. Brems.

Utah State University – USU serves as the state's land-grant institution under state and federal legislation and is a primary center of university research and of graduate, professional, and undergraduate education in numerous authorized fields of study. USU’s president is Stan Albrecht.

Utah Valley State College – UVSC consists of two interdependent divisions. The lower division embraces the mission of an open access comprehensive community college which provides general and liberal education as well as applied technology programs leading to Associate of Arts, Science, or Applied Science degrees. Certificates are awarded for short-term and applied technology programs. The upper division consists of programs leading to baccalaureate degrees in areas of high community demand and student interest. UVSC’s president is William A. Sederburg.

Weber State University – WSU is a student-centered institution focused on two- and four-year programs with a strong commitment to applied learning in technical, professional and liberal education. Selected masters programs are also available. WSU’s president is F. Ann Millner.


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