EDUCATION AND VOCATION
Young adults enrolled at ATC have several educational and vocational options available to them, including high school, university, and trade/vocational schools.
Great Educational Institutions
We have a variety of local higher education programs available to our clients!
Dixie State University
The Dixie State Trailblazers are 15 varsity athletic teams that represent Dixie State University, located in St. George, Utah, in NCAA Division I intercollegiate sports.
- Over 12,200 Enrolled Students
- Master of Science-4
- Bachelor of Science-53
- Associates Degrees-18
- Sports: Member of WAC
- Great Intramural Sports Program
- #37-#48 in Regional Colleges West
- #25 in Top Performers on Social Mobility
- #11-#17 in Top Public Schools
We have a very close connection to Dixie State Enrollment and can have students starting rapidly during an active semester.
Southwest Adult High School
Courses range from basic literacy to college courses for concurrent college credit and high school completion. Individual tutoring, self-paced courses, and independent study available.
- Assist adults with completion of High School diploma; basic literacy and reading; GED preparation; English as a Second Language (ESL); Adult Basic Education; Vocational Training
- Eligibility: Student’s high school graduating class must have already graduated. Usually over 18 years old.
- Fees: High school completion: no tuition
- College courses: participant must pay tuition, fees and books.
- GED cost $55.00
Dixie Technical College
Dixie Technical College is one of eight fully accredited technical colleges in the Utah System of Technical Colleges. The entire campus offers students an opportunity to take off into a better or new career.
- 693 Enrolled Students
- Average Financial Aid $1,929
- 13 career courses through 2 year certificate programs
Southern Utah University
Southern Utah University is a public university in Cedar City, Utah. Southern Utah University graduates over 1,800 students each year with baccalaureate and graduate degrees from its six colleges.
- 11,249 Enrolled Students (Fall 2020)
- 19 Graduate Programs
- 140 Undergraduate Degrees
- Average cost after aid: $14K
- Graduation rate: 48%
- Acceptance rate: 78%