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Institutional Support

The fastest-growing technical college in Utah presents an array of opportunities for our supporters looking to connect with over 6,000 students.
Your financial or in-kind support contributes to developing skilled and qualified professionals who drive innovation and economic growth.
Many companies donate equipment specifically for student trainings, while other donors sponsor labs or events, creating a talent pipeline that aligns with industry needs.
It’s a strategic partnership that benefits our students and fuels corporate success and societal progress.
Mountainland Technical College will open two new campuses in 2025, each over 85,000 square feet and home to over 1,000 annual graduates. To learn how you or your company can be involved, please contact our Development Team.
When a donor contributes to Institutional Support, it’s more than investing in bricks and mortar.
Here are some ways you can make a difference:

Facility Recognition

College Naming Rights

Enhancing Lab Space

Current building projects:

Heber Valley Campus

In a momentous stride towards enhancing educational accessibility, we’re excited to announce our expansion into Heber Valley. This new campus aims to meet the growing demand for skilled professionals in the region by offering hands-on training for high-demand, high-growth careers.

We expect to break ground on this project in the Spring of 2024.

Payson Campus

Projected to open its doors in 2025, the Payson Campus will expand educational opportunities in the southern regions of Utah County. This campus is designed to (eventually) accommodate all of our programs, offering a comprehensive and dynamic learning experience.

I am so grateful for the equipment I have been able to use in the labs. In my Dental Assisting program, I have access to multiple dental units - including all the handpieces and machines that I need in order to be successful in my field. It’s so reassuring to know that when I graduate, I’ll be able to jump right in to work and know exactly what I’m doing because of the hands-on learning I have received.
Chase Dean
Dental Assisting Student