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5 out of 5
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Degree: Accounting
Graduation Year: 2017

Utah Valley University's accounting program is a very well thought out, and progressive program. It demands excellence from its prospective graduates. However, the faculty and staff of this program are wonderful and very helpful individuals. Most professors are willing/ require to meet one-on-one to ensure that students receive all the help and resources necessary to succeed.

5 out of 5
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Degree: English/Language Arts Teacher Education
Graduation Year: 2011

Utah Valley University was an amazing school. Even though it is one of the largest public schools in the state, somehow the class sizes were small and intimate. My professors were helpful and knowledgeable. I never felt that I was wasting my money or that I was missing out on a more enriching experience. While at UVU, I decided to participate in the Education program, which I feel was one of the better decisions of my life. The ed program at UVU is outstanding. My professors were so knowledgeable about their content area and really had great advice and insight to help me become the best teacher I could be. I felt very prepared when I went to interview for jobs and when I officially entered the classroom for the first time. Specifically, the classroom management and creating assessment classes were spot on. I felt very prepared and ready to take on education when I left UVU. I also have several colleges who graduated from UVU and they have expressed the same feelings.

5 out of 5
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Degree: Biology/Biological Sciences, General
Graduation Year: 2017

I was a transfer student from a nearby school to UVU. I am a firm believer in finding the school that fits you best and UVU was this for me. I studied Biology and Pre-med and the courses were tough but enjoyable. I feel I learned a lot and am well prepared to start my master's program in Fall 2017.

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4 out of 5
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Degree: International Business
Graduation Year: 2016

As like many of you, before deciding on Utah Valley University and settling down to finish my degree, I attended four other schools within the state of Utah. Utah Valley University is a wonderful university. I have many university experiences that I can compare it with, but the feeling here was simply different. Class sizes were rarely more than 25 students, which allowed an extremely personal relationship with the professors. I didn't feel like the hidden student in the classroom, and overall this helped me perform better. It is much easier to go under the radar, but the problem is that you don't have anyone to hold you accountable besides yourself. Every teacher I had, with the exception of a few, had been part of the industry before they ever became a professor. This is extremely important because they could rely on real life experiences when teaching a concepts. Often times as students, we feel that the professor is simply teaching from the book, and we could read the book and learn it on our own. The best professors I ever had put their personal touch on every subject. More than anything this helped me get an idea of what career path to choose after college. I received an understanding for what each professor went through to get where they were at that point in their life. The classroom atmosphere is the number one reason I recommend this university to every student. Of course there were activities and programs, but the main reason we should go to school is to learn. This university is for someone that is looking for an education that will stay with you for the rest of your life, and it won't feel as if college was a simple door you just had to pass through. At Utah Valley University it is a door to open, but behind it is a continuous journey and the staff is with you the entire way.

4 out of 5
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Degree: Behavioral Sciences
Graduation Year: 2012

This was a great program! I emphasized in Social Work with the degree and unfortunately was too far along to change my major to Social Work but I still felt like I got the education I needed to move on in my career. I have been working in the Social Work field for almost 3 years now and will soon be attending graduate school to receive my MSW and I feel more prepared than ever thanks to the wonderful professors at UVU!

4 out of 5
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Degree: Communications (Public Relations)
Graduation Year: 2017

Utah Valley University is a growing school focused on creating opportunities for students to really become experienced in their field, not just to understand the theories. It was named the 2016 top Public Relations program in the nation by PRSSA. This is the second time it has received that award in the past 5 years. The focus is on internships and work experience which creates a great advantage for graduates.

4 out of 5
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Degree: Social Work
Graduation Year: 2015

Utah Valley University was an excellent place to continue my higher education. Staff and students were friendly, the entire university was geared towards student success. On occasion you'd even see the university President walking around talking with students. I completed the Bachelor of Social Work program, which was amazing. All the teachers really got to know you and worked with you to succeed. I also was challenged academically and made many lasting friends in my program. Go UVU!

5 out of 5
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Degree: Child Care and Support Services Management
Graduation Year: 1979

I earned a 1- year certificate as a child care aid. we did class work study and we had hands on experience in the pre-school that was available at that time. I felt very well prepared to teach pre-school and was able to teach at a local pre-school in the Provo area for a semester and get paid. I did get married in the fall of 1979. I had a child about a year later. What I learned in the program helped me immensely in teaching my own children. I would definitely recommend this program to anyone desiring to work with small children in any capacity.

3 out of 5
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Degree: Biotechnology
Graduation Year: 2017

Although I did not have a great experience at UVU, there are still some things of value about this school. A lot of my professors were valuable resources of knowledge that helped me get where I am, although the classes were hardly rigorous and didn't push you beyond what was said in lectures. The school has become overcrowded by the lack of an enrollment cap. Every student would benefit from smaller class sizes and more a more personal relationship with their students. The B.S. in Biotechnology program is fine, being that it is the only program of its kind in the state. More work could be done to improve the labs to focus on what employers are looking for in new graduates.

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Degree: Nursing
Graduation Year: 2018

This school has such good opportunities for their students, they truly want to see you succeed. The classes are all related to your major, and the professors want all their students to succeed in their classes. Most of the classes are centered around real world application so that you can succeed in jobs.

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