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Helping Utah's Students Explore, Plan & Prepare, Select, Apply, and Pay for College

The Utah System of Higher Education (USHE) through the sponsorship of the Utah Higher Education Assistance Authority (UHEAA) sponsors an interactive web site, www.utahmentor.org, to help students plan for college.

UtahMentor is a college information delivery system, provided by UHEAA, designed to prepare Utah students for a seamless K-16 planning transition, by helping students and parents make informed decisions about college.

UtahMentor provides parents, counselors, teachers, and other educational advisors with information on college admissions and entrance expectations for each Utah institution.

Mentor also allows for communication and support between professional school counselors, other educational advisors, and their students.

Explore the many different career pathways and college program opportunities within the state of Utah.

Plan & Prepare for your high school and post-secondary education using a variety of interactive tools within UtahMentor. Prepare for college early by learning about the appropriate high school courses required (9-12), early college entrance programs (AP, IB, & Concurrent Enrollment), and take advantage of our online ACT/SAT subject & timed exams.

Select and compare colleges in Utah.

Apply Online for college admissions and for financial aid using the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid).

Pay for college by researching scholarships, grants, work study, and student loans.

List of Colleges included in UtahMentor.

UHEAA's Outreach mission is to provide college access, and to assist all students and parents with making informed decisions about preparing, participating, completing, and paying for higher education in Utah . This site is provided by UHEAA. Student loan guaranty agencies inform students and parents about their educational and financial aid opportunities, administer loans to borrowers and ensure they are aware of their repayment obligations and options, help preserve loan defaults at historically low levels and assist school and lender partners in the Federal Family Education Loan Program. Assistance for the site is provided by the National Council of Higher Education Loan Programs (NCHELP).