At the August Board of Regents meeting, the new Workforce, Access, and Advocacy Committee tasked the Commissioner’s office with taking a closer look at data on Utah’s growing opportunity gap. Further evaluation of this gap will help to identify statewide strategies that address barriers for minority populations to access and complete postsecondary educational opportunities.
Board of Regents Building, Salt Lake City
December 13, 2019
University of Utah
January 24, 2020
February 14, 2020
Jordan Commons Megaplex Theatres
March 25-26, 2020
Higher Education Performance and Success Measures
UTAH'S PUBLIC COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES
In 2001, the Legislature approved SB61, Enhancements to the State Systems of Public and Higher Education1 , sponsored by Senator Lyle Hillyard. This legislation established the Engineering and Computer Technology Initiative within the Utah System of Higher Education with the purpose of increasing the number of students graduating from engineering, computer science, and related technology programs.