Higher Education Experts Offer Advice on Planning for College

(KCPW News) A new school year just got underway, but higher education experts say high school students should already be planning for next year. For the next six weeks, the Utah Higher Education Assistance Authority or UHEAA  will be traveling to high schools across the state, talking to students and parents about planning and paying for college. KCPW’s Jessica Gail reports on what resources are available.


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  1. Bryan Lee

    Hey there!

    Bryan Lee from the Utah Higher Education Assistance Authority’s Outreach department here. I just wanted to leave a comment with a couple of links for KCPW listeners/readers where they can find more information about the events. For all event dates, times and locations, please visit http://facebook.com/uheaa/events.

    We are also awarding four $250 scholarships to go along with our Fall Financial Aid Nights. All students (grades 9-12) have to do to enter is attend one of the Financial Aid Nights and submit a short 500 word essay. All information about the scholarship contest including the application (online and printable), contest rules, and eligible essay topics can be found at https://www.facebook.com/uheaa/app_190322544333196.

    Please email us at “outreach@utahsbr.edu” if you have any questions or comments about the events or scholarship contest. If you do not have access to Facebook to see the scholarship details, please send us an email and we will happily provide with you all the scholarship details.

    Bryan Lee & UHEAA Outreach