General Studies AA/AS

Undergraduate education offers not only specialized knowledge and professional skills, but also the multiple views and general intellectual abilities developed by the study of liberal arts and sciences.

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General Education Certificate

Complete a minimum of 31 college-level credits (1000 and above) with a cumulative of GPA 2.0 or higher

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Trailblazer Connection

Trailblazer Connection is a 2 credit first year experience course recommended for all incoming students to become familiar with UT resources offered every semester. All freshman are required to enroll in this course. If you are net yet registered reach out to your advisor today.

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Academic Success Center


The Trio program will provide opportunities for participants to practice self-direction, resourcefulness and resiliency through one-on-one advising focused on academic skills development and personal enrichment.

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University Advisement Center

Utah Tech has an advisor who can help you as you choose your major and start on your path to graduation. Our advisors are trained to answer your questions, and they’re knowledgeable about your area of study. Find out which advisor you can reach out to for guidance.

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Student Success Program

The Student Success Program at Utah Tech University is a structured first-year program designed to help students build a strong foundation for success. Students with a high school GPA of less than 2.8 qualify for this program.

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Trailblazer Connections

Trailblazer Connections is a two-credit course designed to ease your transition to Utah Tech University and to prepare you for your college experience. We recommend you take this course to learn exactly what it takes to be a successful student.

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Trailblazer Orientation

Orientation is an interactive program designed for all new Utah Tech students and their families and is required for all new students. Our number one goal is to help each new student experience a stress-free transition to college while introducing you to our great institution.

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Peer Coaching

The Peer Coach Program is designed to help students in their freshman year transition into college life. We will help any student that asks for it and, as needed, reach out to those we feel may be in need of a little extra help.

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Sarah Vandermark

Dean/Senior Associate Provost for Academic Success


Phone: 435-652-7510