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Where are all the Colleges in Utah?

By Southern Utah University on April 01, 2016 in

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Location of a university can make all the difference in your collegiate career. When looking at colleges in Utah, you're sure to surround yourself with beauty.

City locations have a hustle and bustle and may offer more connections to outside employment. More rurally located universities offer unique education settings, like access to public lands, national parks, and specialized research projects. Many students report having a deeper connection to their university and the community in smaller cities or towns.

Here is a list of the colleges in Utah sorted by city and population size.

 Cedar City | Population: 28,857

20.SUUmark2.pngSouthern Utah University
Location: Cedar City, Utah
Student Population: 8,881



Ephraim | Population: 6,135 

Snow_square.jpgSnow College
Location: Ephraim, Utah
Student Population: 5,111




Logan | Population: 48,174

usuLogo-R-05.pngUtah State University 
Location: Logan, Utah
Student Population: 28,622



St. George | Population: 72,897

dsu_logo.pngDixie State University
Location: St. George, Utah
Student Population: 8,853


Ogden | Population: 82,825 


Weber State University
Location: Ogden, Utah
Student Population: 25,955


Orem | Population: 88,328 

UVU_logo.jpgUtah Valley University 
Location: Orem, Utah
Student Population: 33,211



Provo | Population: 112,488 

BYU_Medallion_Logo.svg.pngBrigham Young University
Location: Provo, Utah
Student Population: 29,672




Salt Lake City | Population: 186,440

westminster-college-logo-web.pngWestminster College
Location: Salt Lake City, Utah
Student Population: 2,789




Salt Lake Community College
Location: Salt Lake City, Utah
Student Population: 28,814



University of Utah
Location: Salt Lake City, Utah
Student Population: 31,673




Find all of the colleges on the map below.  


The beautiful landscapes all over the state make it a destination for world travelers, why not make it your home for the next four years?

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