HJ News Interview with Dr. David R. Woolstenhulme

Recently, the Herald Journal sat down with the UCAT Commissioner  Dr. David R. Woolstenhulme to discuss the many wonderful programs that techincal colleges can offer students. He states, "One of the things that’s even more exciting than that is stackable credentials. What that means is taking a certificate at a (Utah System of Higher Education) institution or a technical college, moving that certificate into an associate’s or an applied science degree and then into a bachelor’s degree."

April 23, 2017
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Student Highlights

Ellie Dalton

Student of the Month for April
Program: Culinary Arts

Ellie Dalton is from a small town in Idaho called Shoshone. Her and her family raise Red Angus cattle and sheep. Previous to attending Bridgerland, Ellie went to The College of Southern Idaho and Utah State University. When we asked her why she decided to attend BATC she said, “I decided to attend Culinary Arts at BATC over Christmas break two years ago. Cooking had always been a dream of mine.” Ellie is now working at her dreams through our Culinary Arts program.

April 10, 2017
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