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September 2013 | OGDEN, Utah
Free Job Fair Scheduled at Stevens-Henager College Ogden Campus

September 2013 | Boise, Idaho
Stevens-Henager College Invites the Public to a Free Community Wellness Event at Boise Campus

August 2013 | OGDEN, Utah
Stevens-Henager College is Honored for Achieving 100 Percent Pass Rate for its Students Seeking Certified Surgical Technologist Status

August 2013 | OGDEN, Utah
Stevens-Henager College Invites the Public to Free Health Fair at Ogden Campus

August 2013 | St. George, Utah
Stevens-Henager St. George Campus Adds Nine Bachelor’s Degrees

July 2013 | Salt Lake City
Stevens-Henager College Expands Information Technology Program

June 2013 | Boise, Idaho
Cisco Systems Donates $200,000 in Equipment to Stevens-Henager College

June 2013 | Provo, Utah
Stevens-Henager College Announces Community Forum

June 2013 | St. George, Utah
Stevens-Henager Celebrates First Graduation Ceremony for St. George Campus

June 2013 | Salt Lake City
Stevens-Henager College Online Division Celebrates First Graduation

May 2013 | Salt Lake City
Stevens-Henager Celebrates 2013 Graduates SLC

May 2013 | Ogden, Utah
Stevens-Henager Celebrates 2013 Graduates Ogden

May 2013 | Logan, Utah
Stevens-Henager Celebrates 2013 Graduates

May 2013 | Boise, Idaho
Stevens-Henager Celebrates 2013 Graduates Boise

May 2013 | Salt Lake City
Good Neighbor Initiative Celebrates 1-Year Anniversary

May 2013 | Salt Lake City
Stevens-Henager College Announces Utah Military Service Program Expansion

May 2013 | Ogden, Utah
Stevens-Henager College Business Students Head to National FBLA-PBL Competition

March 2013 | Provo, Utah
Stevens-Henager College Recognizes High Schoolers’ Artwork

March 2013 | Salt Lake City
59 Salt Lake County Residents Earn GED® Credential through College’s Good Neighbor Initiative

February 2013 | Logan, Utah
Logan Stevens-Henager College Students Have 100 Percent Pass Rate on National CMA Exam

February 2013 | Boise, Idaho
Stevens-Henager College Students to Provide Free Health Screenings and Showcase Work to State Legislators

2012 Releases

Stevens-Henager College Wins Utah’s 2012 Best of State Award in Two Categories

Institution Recognized in Adult Education and Vocational Training Categories for the Good Neighbor Initiative
Salt Lake City, Utah (May 09, 2012)  —

Stevens-Henager College, a leading provider of on-campus and online higher education, has won the prestigious 2012 Best of State Award for both the Adult Education and Vocational Training categories.

"Stevens-Henager College has shown a long-standing commitment to higher education here in Utah," said Eric Juhlin, CEO of CollegeAmerica Inc., which encompasses Stevens-Henager College. "We are constantly adapting to make our programs better for our students, more relevant to changing job markets and beneficial to the Utah community as a whole. The Good Neighbor Initiative is one example of how we help students improve their lives through education."

Utah's Best of State Award recognizes individuals, businesses and other organizations that have shown excellence in their particular field of endeavor. A panel of expert judges from across the state select winners by scoring nominees out of a total 100 possible points. Fifty percent of the score is based on overall quality of the company's offering or program, 30 percent is based on innovation and 20 percent for the company's contribution to the quality of life in Utah.

Starting in 1891 with a focus in placing students in business positions throughout the Utah community, Stevens-Henager College has grown to seven campuses across Utah and Idaho, offering more than 40 degree programs in healthcare, information technology, business and graphic design. In March 2012, the college launched the Good Neighbor Initiative, which offers free education, training and workshops, including GED® test preparation, phlebotomy, nursing assisting and other development training opportunities at no cost to participants.*

Juhlin will receive the awards on behalf of Stevens-Henager College at the Best of State Awards Gala on May 22. For more information about Stevens-Henager College, visit stevenshenager.edu or call 855-221-1611.

*The Good Neighbor Initiative is not included in Stevens-Henager College's scope of accreditation.

GED® and GED Testing Service® are registered trademarks of the American Council on Education® and may not be used or reproduced without the express written permission of the American Council on Education.

About Stevens Henager
Established in 1891, Stevens-Henager College provides career-focused higher education to students in Utah and Idaho. Offering both undergraduate and graduate degree programs in healthcare, business, graphic arts and computer science, Stevens-Henager is committed to preparing professionals for meaningful careers and an increased sense of satisfaction. Dedicated to advancing higher-education opportunities in its communities, Stevens-Henager is the only college in Utah to offer free GED® and other degree preparatory programs through its Good Neighbor Initiative. Stevens-Henager College has 10 campus locations throughout Utah and Idaho, including Salt Lake City/Murray, Ogden/West Haven, Provo/Orem, Layton, Lehi, Logan, St. George, Boise, Nampa and Idaho Falls.* For more information or to speak to an academic advisor, please call 801-312-0079. Stevens-Henager is accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC).

*Idaho Falls is a branch campus of CollegeAmerica, Flagstaff, AZ

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