Dec 19, 2014 Scholars Making Bill Gates Proud
Tic-Tac-Toe was Bill Gate’s first computer program that pitted players against machine. He was 13 years old at the time, but developing that program came with some apron strings attached.
Dec 19, 2014 Dancing Into Hearts
A unique blend of Native American, Pilipino, Hispanic and Polynesian performances comprise the USU Eastern Blanding Campus Cultural Arts Program. Art does imitate life.
Dec 19, 2014 THE Diversity Campus
This year two more diversity awards were handed out to Blanding Campus employees Garth Wilson and Bob McPherson.
Dec 9, 2014 Onward, Upward!
Consider it the Kendall “Laws” of Physics: an upward bound motion requires forward momentum.(College Access Program Celebrates 50th Anniversary) >>read more...
Dec 1, 2014 Physiology Projects Displayed
The annual Physiology Project Fair was held on the Utah State University Eastern campus Dec. 2.
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Welcome to Blanding

About SJCThe San Juan Campus was started in 1976 under the direction of a citizens' group who sought to bring an institution of higher education to San Juan County residents. Through the affiliation of the College of Eastern Utah in Price, classes were offered at the San Juan Campus in September of 1976. In October of 1977, the Utah State Board of Regents recognized the San Juan Campus as an administrative unit of the College of Eastern Utah. The San Juan Campus was included in CEU's accreditation in October of 1981.

In carrying out the mission of the college, CEU-San Juan Campus recognizes the uniqueness of the area by making special efforts to reach non-traditional and minority students thought specialized courses, programs, counseling and advisement.

USU Eastern Merger

July 1, 2010 was a significant milestone in higher education in the state of Utah. Two notable institutions were formally brought together with the creation of Utah State University-College of Eastern Utah. Defined by the legislature as a “comprehensive regional college,” the union of Utah State University and the College of Eastern Utah offers advantages to both institutions—and also for all prospective students.
Merging two historical institutions that each has had its own separate identities, traditions, cultures processes and procedures into one unified institution is no small task. There are numerous variables and challenges. Nevertheless, great anticipation and excitement has emerged from this new union as a result of combining strengths and resources. The future is bright for students in eastern Utah and for USU students statewide as a result of this unique union.