Q. Will I be able to get into Utah Valley University?
Q. Which master degrees will be offered?
Q. Will UVU remain committed to its community college role?
Q. Will tuition go up as a result of university status?
Q. How many students in the college are enrolled in the CTE programs?
Q. Why are the trade programs so important to the school?
Q. Programs like accounting, for example, are not usually considered a "trade" program. Why is it part of that? How do people react when they see these kinds of programs in CTE?
Q. Why did people think that the school was doing away with trade programs because they were becoming a university?
Q. How do students feel now knowing they can take their trade farther because of the changes becoming a University will bring? For example, more funding and technology, as well as diversity in appealing to more students?
Q. Why Consider A Nontraditional Career?
Q. What is a "Nontraditional" Career Path?
Q. How can UVU assist you when you have chosen a Nontraditional Career Path?
*Statistics show that individuals are most likely to succeed in nontraditional occupations when they are prepared for the cultural challenges they will face in a traditionally gender-dominated field. UVU and the CTE department provide support and will help you find the success you are seeking by providing positive role models, mentors, career exploration, and networking, job-shadowing, and internship opportunities.