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Uintah Basin Applied Technology College

Uintah Basin Applied Technology College
Established 1968
Type Public, Technical College
President Paul Hacking
Location Roosevelt, Utah, United States
Affiliations UCAT, Utah System of Higher Education
Website www.ubatc.edu

Uintah Basin Applied Technology College (UBATC) is a public technical training institution located in Roosevelt, Utah with an additional campus in Vernal and serving high school students and adults in Daggett, Duchesne, Uintah counties. UBATC is a part of the Utah College of Applied Technology and offers certificate programs in Business, Medical, Energy, Transportation, and Trades and Industry.

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  • Utah College of Applied Technology

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