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Interior design is all about fluffing pillows and arranging décor, right? Actually, not at all—the profession encompasses much more. If you are considering a career in the field, check out these four crucial tips from Zac Marshall, Interior Design Program Chair at Ensign College.
Ensign College is committed to making education as accessible as possible. If you're a student here, there's probably a scholarship you qualify for. Read some of our students' stories about how receiving scholarships has helped them thrive in college.
Brother Kerry has recently become a full-time faculty member at Ensign College. As a mentor, he has helped many students achieve their full potential. Read more about some beliefs that have shaped his life and helped him become a great professional.
Coming home from your mission and starting your life as a young adult can be easier than you anticipated. Ensign College helps you get an education and start working toward achieving your dreams. Read this article to find out how.
We are excited to once again announce our semi-annual Interior Design Portfolio Event.
Interior Design student Emily Roberts is this year's winner of the International Interior Design Association (IIDA) Wilsonart Essay Competition. Read more about Emily's journey toward achieving her dreams and some of her goals for the future.
June 19, 1865, is the day known as Juneteenth, marking the end of slavery in America. What do you know about its history?
Updated April 19, 2023*
Ensign College will hold its 136th Commencement exercises in the historic Salt Lake Tabernacle on Temple Square on Friday, April 7, 2023, at 10 a.m. For more than 13 decades, the College has honored students who seek to enter the workforce with two-year degrees and certificates. In 2020 Ensign College began offering a limited number of Bachelor of Applied Science degrees, providing students with additional options.
Ensign College Partners with BYU-Idaho and the Research and Business Development Center to Host the First Annual Analytics Career Day
On Friday, October 28 at 11 a.m., Ensign College will host the first annual Analytics Career Day, in the Ensign College Multipurpose Room on the college’s first floor at 95 N 300 W in Salt Lake City. The event is sponsored in partnership with BYU-Idaho and the Research and Business Development Center (RBDC). Over 125 students in data science and business analytics programs at both schools will learn from and mingle with industry professionals during a panel discussion, networking sessions, and lunch.
Ensign College is excited to announce its new collaboration with BYU Continuing Education. This exciting opportunity will allow BYU FlexGE students to take classes at both Ensign College and BYU.
UPDATED October 27, 2022
Since joining DECA in 2014, Ensign College students have progressively topped their 4-year university counterparts, finishing with their best ever results at the 2022 International Career Development Conference (ICDC). Their first year competing in a live national event, fifteen of the 2-year college’s seventeen participating students moved on to the final presentation in the Preliminary DECA Awards.
Question: Should we expect students to call staff and faculty by the title “brother or sister?”
Six Ensign College students participated in the Future Business Leaders of America-Phi Beta Lambda (FBLA-PBL) National Leadership Conference last week, with four of those students finishing in the top-10 of their events.
Brandon Bowen, Director of Learning Resources at Ensign College, has been named the recipient of the 2021 Special Recognition Award from the Utah Library Association (ULA).
Until recently, a bachelor’s degree, for most college graduates, was the the ticket to a fruitful job search. However, as businesses have embraced evolving technologies at a seemingly breakneck pace, their expectations of job applicants have evolved as well. Researchers, including administrators at Ensign College, have observed this evolution, responding with updated degree offerings designed to meet the demand for capable employees.
By Tanner Esplin