Universities & Colleges in Utah

University (city) Total StudentsUG (in) / UG (out)G (in) / G (out)
Brigham Young University-Provo (Provo) 33469$6272 / $6272$7318 / $7318
University of Utah (Salt Lake City) 38652$9409 / $29272$9409 / $28227
Utah State University (Logan) 32963$8363 / $24045$8363 / $22999
Southern Utah University (Cedar City) 14369$7318 / $21954$9409 / $26136
Westminster College (Salt Lake City) 2788$36590 / $36590$15681 / $15681
The Art Institute of Salt Lake City (Draper) 209$18818 / $18818$N/A / $N/A
Dixie State University (Saint George) 12263$6272 / $16727$7318 / $16727
University of Phoenix-Utah (Salt Lake City) 896$11499 / $11499$14636 / $14636
Everest College-Salt Lake City (West Valley City) 0$N/A / $N/A$N/A / $N/A
Utah Valley University (Orem) 45080$6272 / $17772$11499 / $28227
Ogden-Weber Applied Technology College (Ogden) 2433$N/A / $N/A$N/A / $N/A
Broadview University-Layton (Layton) 97$14636 / $14636$N/A / $N/A
Weber State University (Ogden) 36043$6272 / $16727$9409 / $18818
Stevens-Henager College (Murray) 1125$19863 / $19863$16727 / $16727
Broadview University-West Jordan (West Jordan) 134$17772 / $17772$16727 / $16727
Eagle Gate College-Layton (Layton) 205$15681 / $15681$N/A / $N/A
Broadview University-Orem (Orem) 91$14636 / $14636$N/A / $N/A
Stevens-Henager College (Logan) 95$19863 / $19863$N/A / $N/A
Stevens-Henager College (West Haven) 226$19863 / $19863$N/A / $N/A
Eagle Gate College-Murray (Murray) 353$16727 / $16727$N/A / $N/A
Stevens-Henager College (Orem) 189$19863 / $19863$N/A / $N/A
Western Governors University (Salt Lake City) 174699$7318 / $7318$8363 / $8363
Careers Unlimited (Orem) 120$N/A / $N/A$N/A / $N/A
Mountainland Applied Technology College (Lehi) 2117$N/A / $N/A$N/A / $N/A
Argosy University-Salt Lake City (Draper) 209$14636 / $14636$14636 / $14636
Neumont University (Salt Lake City) 472$26136 / $26136$14636 / $14636

*UG - Undergraduate
*G - Graduate
*in - In-state Fees
*out - Out-of-State Fees
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Utah is a state in the west of United States. The state is widely popular as a tourist destination and has a rich history. Utah gets its name from Ute tribe, which is a Native American tribe that means people belonging to the mountains. From arid deserts to pine forests, there is something for everyone in the state to discover.

The entire state is divided into three regions namely the Colorado Plateau, Rocky Mountains, and the Great Basin. The state has varied climate with major dry seasons of the year. Some parts of the state like Salt Lake City is hugely crowded, while there are other parts that are least inhabited. Utah has a population of more than 3 million (2017).

The vast educational network of Utah draws many students across the globe for education. Most of the colleges and universities are located centering the Salt Lake City. Most international students stay in Salt Lake City.

University of Utah and Utah State University are two most popular universities in the state, though there are many other private and government run institutions. For instance, St. George is a popular institution that's best known for master level courses, while Utah College of Applied Technology is known for technical courses. The maximum numbers of foreign students in Utah come from China, India followed by South Korea, Mexico, Brazil and Canada.

From business to architecture, there are many courses that students can take up in the state. Taking up masters in business at the two popular universities stated above can be a tough task as the numbers of applicants are huge. Engineering is also a decent option for Utah universities aspirants.

Cost of living
Median household income is $63,000 in Utah (top 15 states in US). Cost of living in Utah islower thannational average.

Companies / Economy
Some of the major employers are Adobe systems, Goldman Sachs, BYU, Fidelity Brokerage Services, Vivint, Inc, L3 Communications Corporation, University of Utah, Delta Airlines, Ebay, Inc.