We’ll provide you with individual support all along the way, including tutoring at no extra charge. Classes are small, so instructors can provide individual mentoring. Our Student Services advisers will help you succeed in your classes, expand your professional network, and jumpstart your career.
Our students don’t appreciate extra fees or hidden costs. At no extra charge, we’ll supply all the equipment, supplies, and texts you need to complete your program. This includes a new laptop1 for you to use in school and keep when you graduate.
Stevens-Henager College strives to make each of its locations inviting, personal, and up-to-date. In these comfortable facilities, you’ll enjoy mingling with students, faculty, and staff. All our Utah and Idaho locations are equipped with all the technology and resources necessary to give you the education you need for a better career.
“We’re going to listen to you and we’re not just going to try and put a square peg in a round hole. We’re going to find you the job that you want to be successful in your career, and we’re not going to stop until we do.”
– Danielle Lammi
Director of Career Services, Stevens-Henager College
Sometimes you simply need extra help with your coursework. At any time, you can request no-cost tutoring through Student Services, the Dean’s office, or the department head’s office. Tutoring will be provided by an advanced student, a teaching assistant, an instructor, or a staff member.
As a student or graduate of Stevens-Henager College, you’ll have ongoing access to the skills of your Career Services staff. This team partners with other staff and faculty to help you attain the career you’ve earned with the degree you’ve completed.
At Stevens-Henager College, we believe it’s essential for our students to have easy and complete online access to faculty, other students, research resources, community events, and more. We provide a robust student portal, social media sites, and much more.
Stevens-Henager College admits students of any race, color, and national or ethnic origin.