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Student Faculty Ratio
Evening Degree Programs
- of students agree that professors put a lot of effort into teaching their classes.315 responses
- of students agree that it is easy to get the classes they want.262 responses
- of students agree that the workload is easy to manage.265 responses
Most Popular Majors
Liberal Arts and Humanities1,199 Graduates
Business Administration and Management330 Graduates
Professional Pilot236 Graduates
Fire Science and Fire Fighting198 Graduates
Elementary Education163 Graduates
Design and Visual Communications144 Graduates
Undergrads Over 25
Median Earnings 6 Years After Graduation
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Utah Valley University Reviews
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This is a great school to go to! They have amazing professors that care about you as a student. They have a wide variety of classes and learning opportunities. There is such a diverse group of student body here, such as culture, race, and backgrounds. Students actually talk to each other and become fast friends, and create study groups to support and encourage others to learn. There are amazing resources here, that equip students with the needed materials to succeed! And there are always different activities going on throughout the week.
The campus at Utah Valley University is awesome! they're all about helping the students out with all sorts of things. With all of the buildings being connected, you never have to trek through the crazy Utah weather if you don't want to. They have an amazing gym and great equipment to help benifit students' health. And oppurtunities daily for free things and food. It's pretty neat. One thing I have struggled with this past year is mainly just the Finacial Aid. With the school growing so rapidly, I think the finance people are having a hard time keeping up, it's been taking a long time to actually recieve the finacial aid money and has caused more stress in my life that is unecessary alongside all the rest of my homework and other collegey things.
Having a university so close to Provo's BYU is sure to have lots of competition. Even so, Utah Valley is a fantastic university to attend. Lots of learning opportunities are presented. Even though it has the most students out of all colleges in the state of Utah, most of my classes have only about twenty to thirty students. This is great because the teachers are approachable and I fell like they actually care. The social life is pretty awesome too! there are several campus events on a weekly basis to get students involved.