Entertainment Arts and Engineering receives top ranking

March 24, 2015 – Entertainment Arts & Engineering (EAE) at the University of Utah earns the title of the top video game school in the nation with the number one ranking for its graduate program and number two for its undergraduate program by The Princeton Review, which released the rankings today. “This is a proud Read More

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U No. 2 for Nontraditional Students

For more than a decade, nearly a third of the students enrolled at the University of Utah were over age 25, a trend that’s catching on with the rest of the country. With years of experience supporting adult learners, it’s no surprise the U was ranked No. 2 by in its list of top 50 colleges for older students. Read More

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University of Utah Ranked in Top 100 for 10 Years in a Row

The Center for World-Class Universities of Shanghai Jiao Tong University ranks the University of Utah number 85 in the 2013 Academic Ranking of World Universities, which lists the top 500 universities in the world each year. Read More


For “Utah’s Best” Look No Further than the U

If you’re looking for the best in arts, culture, recreation or family fun, you need look no further than the University of Utah campus. Read More

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College of Engineering Continues Its Climb in Annual U.S. News Rankings

In the latest issue of U.S. News & World Report’s “America’s Best Colleges” rankings of undergraduate programs, the University of Utah’s College of Engineering continues its steady climb, moving up two spots to number 64 in the nation. Earlier this spring when U.S. News ranks graduate programs, the College of Engineering’s graduate program was ranked even higher at number 54 in the nation. Read More