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Education is the foundation of successful communities because it fosters progress. Provo City is known for its strong K-12 educational system that feeds into a vibrant university network of six higher education institutions—earning us the distinction as the nation’s #3 Best College Town.


From the 8th floor of the Micro Focus Tower, home to Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions, Mayor Michelle Kaufusi and Economic Development Director, Keith Morey discuss another Provo Advantage – Education. Learn more about the abundant intellectual capital, skilled workforce and state-of-the-art innovation being cultivated in Provo.



Higher Education Reel


To get a sense of what more than 1,000 acres of higher education terra firma look like watch this video.



Check the map! Provo is the only city in the Intermountain West that is home to five accredited colleges and universities within such close proximity.



Conversation with Mayor Kaufusi & President Worthen


Brigham Young University is Provo’s first and most recognizable higher educational institution. Enjoy a conversation between BYU President Kevin Worthen and Provo City Mayor Michelle Kaufusi as they discuss the valuable symbiotic partnership between the institution and the city.



You might be surprised by some of the data we’ve gathered for this month’s By the Numbers. The intellectual and employment capital generated by these institutions is another “Provo Advantage”!

Find out why Rick Nielsen, the founding president and CEO of Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions and the Noorda College of Osteopathic Medicine calls Provo the “incubator of educational success.”



Education Is at the Heart of Provo’s Culture


Finally all good students do their homework. So here is our Education White Paper. There will be a pop quiz on the content.


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The dynamic, new, $69-million Provo City Hall and Public Safety Building is a boon to the citizens of Utah’s fourth-largest city. “It’s been such a labor of love—I can’t believe we are here,” said Kaufusi, choking up. “This was such a passion project and something I didn’t know would work, but I [was] going to shoot for the stars.”


Provo's beautiful City Hall was featured in Utah Construction & Design Magazine's August/September Issue. Check out the full story here and see the beautiful pictures taken by Endeavour Photo!



The combination of end users makes the Provo City Hall and Public Safety Building one of the more remarkable projects constructed in the city’s recent history, particularly considering the functionality needed for the different occupants.


It replaces a severely outdated 40-year-old structure and will serve as a modern civic hub in downtown Provo, housing myriad functions including public service, city administration, city council and chambers, 911/emergency operations center (EOC), police department, and fire department administration.



“This team took the intricacies of public safety and protecting citizens and combined it into a building that promotes efficiency,” said Henderson, adding that some citizens have a mentality that public, taxpayer-funded buildings shouldn’t be “too nice.”But, he continued, “If we wanted mediocre outcomes, then we hired the wrong architecture firm and project team. We were all working under the premise that Provo citizens deserve the best.”


It’s been an incredible journey. Our goal was to educate people and leave it up to the voters. By working together, we have made Provo safer for generations to come.



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Allegiant announces new nonstop flight to Nashville beginning service as soon as February, 15 2023. To celebrate, Allegiant is offering one-way fares on the new route as low as $59.* Flight days, times and the lowest fares can be found only at Allegiant.com.



"Nashville consistently ranks among the most desired destinations in the country, so we are thrilled to connect vacationers from Utah to all of the music, arts and culture in Music City," said Drew Wells, Allegiant's senior vice president of revenue and planning. "The region has so much to offer, and these new flights will start just in time to plan spring and summer vacations."


*About the introductory one-way fares:


Seats and dates are limited, and fares are not available on all flights. Flights must be purchased by Nov. 17, 2022, for travel by Aug. 13, 2023. Price displayed includes taxes, carrier charges & government fees. Fare rules, routes and schedules are subject to change without notice. Optional baggage charges and additional restrictions may apply. For more details, optional services and baggage fees, please visit Allegiant.com.


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