Higher Education Resources
It's best to apply for college as early as you can in your senior year of high school. This guide can help with the college application process.
What kind of degree will get you to your dream job: one-year certificate, two-year degree, four-year degree, or more?
CE provides an opportunity for Utah high school students to explore college classes and earn college credit from Utah's eight public colleges.
From one-year certificates to four-year degrees, higher education equals opportunity. Different careers require different levels of education.
There a lot of resources for undocumented students from private scholarships to alternative tuition options.
Based on the FAFSA, colleges will award different types of federal financial aid.
These grade-by-grade checklists are designed to help you prepare for college during grades 8–12.
There's nothing like being on a college campus to experience what attending that college is all about.
College can be affordable. Use the Paying for College guide to help you explore the different funding options available—from scholarships and grants to work-study and student loans—you can go to college.