Article - Colleges in Utah that have closed, merged, or changed their names

College Name    City    State    Start Date    End Date    Affiliation    Other Information    Source
All Hallows College    Salt Lake City    Utah    
Brigham Young College    Logan    Utah    1877    1926    Latter Day Saints    Brigham Young deeded land to trustees for development of the college; not to be confused with Brigham Young Academy in Provo that was founded in 1875 and evolved to become Brigham Young University; the institution initially focused on preparation of teachers and granted bachelors' degrees from 1894-1909; after closure the buildings were used as a high school by the city of Logan and the library collection was given to Utah Agricultural College
Carbon College    Price    Utah    1937    
    state supported    first college in Utah created as state supported two year institution; in 1959 became branch of University of Utah as the College of Eastern Utah; independent after 1963; merger approved with Utah State University in March 2010
College of Saint Mary-of-the-Wasatch    Salt Lake City    Utah    1875    1969    Sisters of the Holy Cross
Schier and Russett.  Catholic Women's Colleges in America.  2002.
Sheldon Jackson College    Salt Lake City    Utah    1875    
    founded as the Salt Lake Collegiate Institute, a preparatory school; first offered college classes in 1897 as Sheldon Jackson College on campus in downtown Salt Lake City; in 1902 adopted new name as Westminster College
Stevens Henager College    Salt Lake City    Utah    1907    1973    
    Songe, Alice H.  American Universities and Colleges: A Dictionary of Name Changes.  1978.
University of Deseret    Salt Lake City    Utah    1850    1892    Latter Day Saints    predecesor to University of Utah
Medical College of Utah    Morgan City    Utah Territory    1882    1883
Utah Career College    Salt Lake City    Utah    1977    
    proprietary    founded as the Bryman School; name change to Utah Career College; offered Applied Science degree after 1995 and B.S. after 2006; in June, 2010 name change to Broadview University
Utah Technical College at Provo    Orem    Utah    1941    
    founded as Central Utah Vocational School; name changed to Utah Trade Technical Institute in 1963, to Utah Technical College at Provo in 1967, to Utah Valley Community College in 1987 and to Utah Valley State College in 1994; will become Utah Valley University in July 2008




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