University of Utah, SLCC programs guide low-income and diverse students to life beyond high school

Friday, November 19, 2021
Salt Lake Tribune

Any form of higher education can open doors to economic advancement. The Utah College Advising Corps is a program to help high school seniors navigate the path to education after high school. That could be a four-year degree from the University of Utah, a two-year degree from Salt Lake Community College or a certificate program for a trade from one of the state’s technical colleges.

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