About Us


With undeniable energy and excitement, Wasatch Campus is an all-inclusive education experience. Wasatch Campus offers three associate degrees (behavioral science, business management, and university studies), one bachelor's degree (elementary education) and one master’s degree (education). The campus includes a digital library, gym, computer lab, student center, and more. With dedicated faculty and support staff, Wasatch Campus is the ideal place to reach your academic goals.

At Wasatch Campus, the classes are small, the instructors are outstanding, and the students receive individual attention. The picturesque location offers world-class outdoor recreation year round, and the welcoming atmosphere provides an education with altitude.

Image of Wasatch Campus during the fall


Portrait of Beka Grulich

Beka Grulich

Director - Wasatch Area


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Portrait of Sheila Nielson

Sheila Nielson

Counselor - First Year Center/Wasatch


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Portrait of Kristi Nemelka

Kristi Nemelka

Academic Advisor I - Concurrent Enrollment


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History of the Wasatch Campus

Park City Education Center

On January 6, 1993 Utah Valley Community College classes began at the Park City education Center. The location was the second and third floors of the historic Park City High School building. The Center offered a variety of 22 credit and 14 non-credit courses, including environmental law, business writing, hot air ballooning, business graphics, psychology, American heritage, and commercial truck driving.

"We chose courses that reflected what the community is most interested in having" said Barbara von Diether, the new director of the center.

"We have chosen Summit County as our newest home because it is one of the most exciting and rapidly expanding counties in the state, and because of its proximity to a number of adjacent communities in need of access to college programs and services." - President Kerry Romesburg

Heber Valley Education Center

Landowner and developer, George Johnson, had offered UVSC a piece of land in Park City at the Star Pointe Ranch for their new campus, but the plan he submitted was turned down by the Board of Regents. However, this setback did not deter UVSC in its plans to build a campus in the Wasatch area. They next began considering Heber City as a location for Wasatch Campus. Winter semester classes began at the Heber Valley Education Center on January 4, 1995. Classes offered included Financial Accounting, Small Business Management, Microcomputer Applications, College Writing I and 2, Intro to Environmental Tech, Cond/Basic Fire inspections, Personal/Community Health, Intermediate Algebra, Western Dance, Scuba Diving I, First Year Spanish, and Basic Speech.

Wasatch Campus Completion

"We wanted to take advantage of the view and the site. We also wanted to create a special place where the students could gather." - Lucille Stoddard, Acting President, UVSC

"I still cannot believe what this community has done. I simply can't grasp it." - Heber Mayor Lynn Adams

"There is a great appreciation for the value of higher education and what it can do for the economics of community." - Rep. Gordon Snow