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November 24, 2020
President Kusch: I want to share a couple of thoughts from the scriptures before I get into the questions. As I was thinking about today, there were some principles that I would invite us to consider and to just keep in mind. There was a phrase that came to mind from Isaiah 1:18. It says: “Come now and let us reason together." And I hope that this is an opportunity for us to do that.
June 22, 2020
When copyright protection expires, the work enters the public domain. This means anyone can freely use it without seeking permission or paying a fee. Since U. S. and international copyright laws defining the time period of copyright protection have been revised several times, it is often difficult to accurately determine when a specific item has entered the public domain. The following resources will assist in determining the copyright status of a work:
June 22, 2020
Having a basic understanding of how the copyright law works is helpful as you consider using the copyrighted works of others. Keep in mind the perspective of both the owner and use of copyrighted material, the golden rule of copyright, “if you were the copyright owner, would you see the proposed use as acceptable use and not expect to be asked for permission?”
November 19, 2020
College tends to be a catch-all phrase for any institution of higher learning which awards an academic degree in a specific discipline. What often gets lost in the shuffle is how many types of post-secondary education there are to choose from, designed to cater to your interests, talents and desired career.
November 19, 2020
Ensign College has been named a recipient of the 2020 Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities (NWCCU) Beacon Award for Excellence in Student Achievement and Success, the organization announced Thursday.
November 12, 2020
Helping your child get the schooling they need to build their own financial security later in life is one of the best gifts you can give them. There are many ways to approach paying for your child’s education, including financial aid, scholarships and grants.
November 12, 2020
Did you miss the celebration?
November 05, 2020
The competition to get into a good college nowadays is second to none—and not knowing what to expect can be a bit unnerving. So, we’ve decided to break down the barriers surrounding the college admissions process a bit. After all, knowledge is power, right?
November 02, 2020
Tourism has had a downturn of nearly 70% in the first three quarters of 2020. (World Tourism Organization, 2020). Will a certificate in "Hospitality and Tourism Management" provide a stable and secure job in the future?
October 30, 2020
By Alan Young
October 29, 2020
If you’ve spent any time considering how you’d like to earn a living, you’ve probably tangled in a common quandary. Follow the traditional four-years-and-beyond college route, or take your chances finding a job (or changing industries) without a degree?
October 29, 2020
Interior Design at Ensign College took a significant step forward this week, as its first eligible student passed the NCIDQ (National Council for Interior Design Qualification) Exam.
October 27, 2020
The following is a transcript of the Ensign College All-Hands Meeting which took place on Tuesday, October 13, 2020.
October 22, 2020
Location, location, location …
October 21, 2020
Ensign College's Medical Assistant program has been named one of the 40 most affordable Medical Assistant certificate programs in the nation for 2020-21, according to
October 19, 2020
By Cody Branch
October 15, 2020
Bet you can guess the one subject you can’t avoid for long as you prepare for college? That’s right…paying for it.
October 12, 2020
When choosing a school, there are many things to consider. Questions such as, “How much will it cost?” and, “Does it have the program I want?” may flood your mind. Making a decision can be challenging, but we're here to help.
October 08, 2020
If you find yourself lost in the enormity of college, don’t fret. Many college students don’t realize how many free resources are available to them once they’ve registered for classes. Whether you have questions about scholarships, need help deciding on a major, or just need someone to talk to, your college campus likely has a service to help. Check out your college website or contact the student services office to learn more about resources such as:
October 01, 2020
You’re on your way. You’ve made the challenging choice of which college to attend, and selected your major and emphasis. Along the way, you’ve evaluated your skills, talents and interests to determine what career you’re hoping to pursue once you graduate. Now you just need to attend classes, get good grades, and sail off into the sunset of the happily employed… right?