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Utah System of Higher Education (USHE)
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USHE Education Academic Resources
Whether you are interested in short-term applied technology training, a certificate program, a two- or four-year degree, or graduate studies, USHE institutions have programs to meet your needs. This site provides a brief introduction to USHE schools as well as admissions requirements.
The Majors Guide provides information on the majors and degrees offered at each public college and university in Utah, including how to prepare to be admitted to a field of study, who to contact for specific questions, and what classes are required to complete a degree.
Utah's Career and Technical Education system prepares you to succeed in the workplace. CTE is designed to help students acquire the skills and knowledge needed to find gainful employment. And, CTE is designed to help workers acquire job skills in new fields or refresh skills in an existing career path.
Financial Aid Resources
UHEAA provides financial assistance to Utah residents and students attending Utah postsecondary institutions. UHEAA has one of the best Borrower Benefits programs in the country.
UNTF receives 37.5% of the 12.5% oil royalties from 16 leases northeast of Montezuma Creek (62.5% from this area and 100% from Aneth, Red Mesa, and Mexican Water goes to the Navajo Nation). UNTF administers these funds for use in common for Utah Navajo communities and families for various programs such as higher education financial aid, water lines, sewer lines, power lines, housing, renovation, additions, and other chapter projects.
The Utah Educational Savings Plan is the official 529 education savings plan sponsored by the State of Utah. It is a "direct-sold" 529 plan, which means that an account can be set up and contributions can be made by dealing directly with UESP. A financial advisor or broker-dealer does not need to be involved.
UtahMentor provides a wealth of information on financing higher education and on selecting the college that's right for you. It is designed to prepare Utah students for a seamless K-16 planning transition by helping students and parents make informed decisions about college. UtahMentor provides a step-by-step guide to applying for financial aid and searching for scholarships.