Utah

Utah is a state in the western United States. It is the tenth most extensive state, and the majority of its population live in the Salt Lake City metropolitan area. The Latter Day Saints religion is an important part of life for most Utahns, with more than half expressing some involvement with the church. Utah is nicknamed the “Beehive State.” The name “Utah” comes from the Native American tribe Ute. Utah became a state in 1846, and was the second state to grant women’s suffrage.  Thousands of tourists each year visit Utah for outdoor recreation.

University of Utah

The University of Utah is a public research university in Salt Lake City, Utah. It is the flagship university for the University of Utah system. The school was founded in 1850 and today enrolls about 31,000 students each year. Students can choose from 72 diverse majors at the undergraduate level. Graduate students can pick from more than 90 majors. Graduate students can also earn degrees at the university’s law and medical schools. The U, as it is often referred to, is set at the base of beautiful mountains, immersing students in untouched natural surroundings as well as in an outstanding academic environment. World-famous ski resorts are less than an hour away. The University of Utah has begun a plan to become carbon neutral in only a few short decades because they recognize the importance of “going green.” Ready to become successful and famous? Well, that’s what Pixar Animation Co-founder Ed Catmull after he graduated from the University of Utah. If you want to find out more about academics or stuff to do on campus, head over to utah.edu

Utah State University

Utah State University is a public research university located in Logan, Utah. It was founded more than 100 years ago as a space- and land-grant university. The undergraduate research program at USU is the second-oldest in the nation, and USU students have had more of their experiments sent into space than any other university. USU has 200 student clubs to become a part of, and the student-operated Aggie Blue Bikes program, which lets students borrow bicycles for free, makes it easy to get around. USU students have studied at nearly 150 different partner universities around the world, and USU has been ranked as one of best universities in the nation for consistently low tuition rates. If that’s not enough to convince you, know that USU’s 30,000 students come from all 50 states and 80 countries, and study 168 undergraduate degrees and 143 graduate degrees. USU has been ranked in the top 15 safest colleges in the country, and the city of Logan is one of the easiest places to find a job in the country. The USU Aggies compete on 16 different varsity sports teams at the NCAA Division I level. Ready to apply? Go to usu.edu

Brigham Young University

Brigham Young University is a private university in Provo, Utah. It is owned and run by The Church of Jesus Christ and Latter-day Saints. BYU is one of the best universities in the state. The average high school GPA for entering freshmen is 3.82. It serves about 27,000 students each years at the graduate and undergraduate level. The BYU library houses more than 8 million items, and on average more than half of its student population use the books and computers everyday. BYU has several concert halls and theater auditoriums, and a museum of art. BYU strives to for academic excellence while adhering to the LDS Church’s of faith and character. BYU offers bachelor’s degrees in 187 different programs, master’s in 64, and 26 different doctorate degrees, including a law degree. BYU male and female student athletes involve themselves in more than 20 NCAA athletic programs. Interested in finding out more about Brigham Young University? Visit byu.edu

Weber University

Weber University is a public university located on 500 acres in Ogden, Utah. The school was founded more than a century ago and offers bachelor’s and master’s degrees as well as a number of professional certificates. Weber has the most comprehensive undergraduate program in the state, with more than 200 different majors to choose. Graduate students can study to earn 11 different degrees. More than 25,000 diverse students attend classes at Weber, with nearly 1,000 living on campus. The student to faculty ratio at Weber is about 21:1. More than 30 athletic programs and 150 student organizations mean something to do for everyone. If you want to discover Weber’s undergraduate research projects, theater troupes, and community involvement, go to weber.edu for more information.

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