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Colleges in Utah

While Brigham Young University—Provo, the flagship university of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, is arguably the most notable college in Utah, other colleges and universities are located in the state, including in Saint George, Cedar City and the capital, Salt Lake City. For additional higher education options, residents of Utah can participate in the Western Undergraduate Exchange, a program in which undergraduate students can attend select colleges in 15 states and pay no more than 150 percent of the resident tuition rate. California, Arizona, New Mexico and Nevada also participate in the program.

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School Rank Tuition and Fees Undergrad Enrollment Acceptance Rate Average High School GPA SAT/ACT 75th Percentile
Brigham Young University--Provo

Provo, UT

#62, National Universities $4,850 31,060 54.91%
Dixie State College of Utah

Saint George, UT

Unranked, Regional Colleges (West) $3,648

(in-state)

$11,664

(out-of-state)

8,840 62.75%
Southern Utah University

Cedar City, UT

#71, Regional Universities (West) $5,924

(in-state)

$17,902

(out-of-state)

7,633 57.33%
University of Utah

Salt Lake City, UT

#121, National Universities $7,534

(in-state)

$24,018

(out-of-state)

24,840 82.63%
Utah State University

Logan, UT

#190, National Universities $6,183

(in-state)

$17,886

(out-of-state)

25,445 96.74%
Utah Valley University

Orem, UT

Unranked, Regional Colleges (West) $5,086

(in-state)

$14,256

(out-of-state)

31,405 100.0%
Weber State University

Ogden, UT

#80, Regional Universities (West) $4,768

(in-state)

$12,866

(out-of-state)

25,868 100.0%
Western Governors University

Salt Lake City, UT

Unranked, Regional Universities (West) $6,070 31,353 N/A
Westminster College

Salt Lake City, UT

#22, Regional Universities (West) $29,500 2,526 69.5%