Brigham Young University

Brigham Young University seeks to develop students of faith, intellect, and character who have the skills and the desire to continue learning and to serve others throughout their lives.

Established in 1875, the university provides an outstanding education in an atmosphere consistent with the ideals and principles of its sponsor, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Known for its academically minded and internationally experienced student body, its world-class teaching and its beautiful mountain location, BYU is also recognized for its extensive language programs, talented performing arts ensembles, outstanding sports programs and devotion to combining solid scholarship with the principles of the restored gospel of Jesus Christ.

Renowned for its strong athletic programs, specifically the numerous notable quarterbacks to have come out of the university, BYU continues to be a feeder for more than just NFL Football teams. With its Top-Ranked Accounting program and Nationally Recognized programs in Entrepreneurship, Management, Public Relations, and Law it's no wonder that recruiters ranked BYU Graduates #11 among all U.S. Universities.

And BYU students are known for more than just exceptional achievement on the field and in the classroom. The University maintains a rigorous Honor code that establishes high standards of grooming and conduct. In fact, last year BYU was named the Nation's #1 Stone-Cold Sober Campus for the 17th year in a row! It's really no secret why each year the biggest companies in the country, and in the world, flock to BYU—it's the students. 


Source: FY 2012 Licensing Survey by AUTM

BYU Research Expenditures in 2012 were $28,438,600 which ranks BYU # 144 among 154 U.S. universities reporting. (Hospitals and research institutes were not included in this analysis, as in years past.) The following analysis of the 154 universities’ performance relates to the research expenditures of each in a simple ratio. I.E., no adjustment has been made for the time lag between research spending and results reported.

  • BYU executed 34 Licenses and Options, or 1.195 for each $1 million research spending, ranking as #1 (per $ million). Closest was 0.66 at U. North Carolina, Charlotte.
  • BYU inventions produced 5 Startup Companies in FY 2012, or one Startup for each $5.69 million of research, which ranked #1. Next closest competitor was Ohio University which produced one startup per $8.12 million of research expenditure. (the University of Utah produced 14 Startups for a rate of $28 million per Startup.)
  • 81 Inventions were Disclosed for BYU in 2012, or 2.85 disclosures per $1 million research, which ranks #1. Next closest competitor was Northern Illinois U at 1.69 disclosures per $1 million.
  • 2012 saw 10 U.S. Patents Issued to BYU in 2012, a rate of $2.84 million per patent, ranking #5. Universities besting BYU were N. Illinois U, U Central Florida, Rice, and Duquesne.
  • BYU filed 62 New Patent Applications for a rate of 2.18 per $1 million research, ranking #1. Near competitors were U North Carolina Charlotte, N Illinois U, Rice, and Ohio U.
  • BYU License Income was $2,597,735, or 9.14% of research expenditures, ranking #12 behind Princeton, NYU, Ohio, Mt. Sinai, Columbia, Northwestern, Loyola-Chicago, Dartmouth, Houston, Rochester, and Utah (9.51%).
  • BYU’s Adjusted Gross Income was $2,541,362, or 8.93% of BYU’s research expenditures, ranking #13, after Princeton, NYU, Ohio, Mt. Sinai School of Medicine, Northwestern, Loyola-Chicago, Columbia, Dartmouth, Houston, Clemson, Rochester, and Utah (9.3%).
  • BYU Income from Running Royalties was $1,284,316, or 4.52% of research, ranking 15th behind Princeton, NYU, Ohio, Mt. Sinai, Columbia, Loyola Chicago, Houston, Stanford, Rochester, Washington, Georgetown, Minnesota, U Mass, and U South Alabama.

Utah Valley University

UVU is a teaching institution where students learn, do and become, and has quickly grown into the largest university in the state. The fusion of academic and hands-on learning is referred to as "engaged learning." Along with the institution's long-rooted commitment to serving the needs of the community, UVU's emphasis on engaged learning led to its classification as "community engaged" by the Carnegie Foundation. UVU's Grants for Engaged Learning Office oversees a $400,000 grant program in support of engaged learning projects. At UVU, students participate in internships, community service and curriculum that includes the "how" along with the "what" and "why."

UVU's service region includes Utah, Wasatch, and Summit counties. Located near the Wasatch Mountains, many students choose UVU for its ideal location. Others come for access to a dynamic economy, employment, and career opportunities. Known for its high moral climate, the campus is recognized as one of the safest colleges in the country and is home to the largest LDS Institute program in the world. Students enjoy winter sports, hiking, mountain biking, water recreation and more, all within 20 miles of campus.

Utah Valley University has full Graduation Reports and Completion information available here.
Visit the site of UVU's Renowned Business Resource Center here.

Mountainland Applied Technology College

Mountainland Applied Technology College has four campus locations in Utah County, one UVU partnership campus in Wasatch County, and three main high school extension locations in Summit County. MATC is situated in an ideal location to provide affordable certification training for the region and its residents. Mountainland Applied Technology College continues to be the fastest growing campus in the Utah College of Applied Technology system. In 2013, MATC posted the largest growth in membership hours and produced the largest number of COE accredited certificates (1,636) of all ATC’s in the state of Utah for the second year in a row.

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