Stevens-Henager College (SHC) is a system of private, nonprofit, career-focused educational institutions with seven campus locations and two satellite campuses throughout Utah and Idaho. Founded in 1891 in as the Intermountain Business College in Ogden, Utah, the original goal of Stevens-Henager College was to train students for careers in business. The school now offers associate, bachelor's and master's degrees in fields as diverse as health care, business, information technology, and graphic arts. Students may complete their studies at either a traditional campus or online. Stevens-Henager also offers fast-track graduate and undergraduate degree programs.
Stevens-Henager College is accredited by the ACCSC (Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges).
Stevens-Henager has maintained a tradition of exceptional hiring standards for its faculty. Instructors have years of experience, excellent academic training, and a talent for teaching. The school strives to stay abreast of current career, technological, and employment trends. Stevens-Henager believes it is important for students to have complete access to all faculty members.
Stevens-Henager College is a commuter-based school and does not offer on-campus housing options for its students. The college does offer accelerated degree programs, allowing students pursuing some associate or master's degrees to graduate in as little as 15 months. Bachelor's degree candidates can complete some programs in 20 months. SHC offers flexible learning options that include day and evening classes, as well as hybrid and online learning tracks. Job fairs, study groups, and community activities can be found at most locations. All students receive a new laptop upon enrollment. Students may borrow their text books from two online library locations. The Career Services Department helps both alumni and recent graduates with job placement requests.