Main campus of the college is located in Logan. Two satellite campuses are located in Box Elder County known as Brigham City campus and Woodruff known as Rich County Campus. Main campus at Logan offers majority of course, cafeteria and bookstore while the West campus, an extension of main campus provides courses entirely new or transferred from the main campus. Brigham City and Rich County campus offers scaled down versions of the main campus.

Brief History

An applied technology institution that was set up in 1971, the BATC is dedicated to meet the technical skill requirements of the community. Basic objective of the college is to deliver competency based employer guided careers. Hand-on technical education providing occupational education, skill trainings and workforce development has helped educational and economic improvement of Bear River Region.

Programs Offered

Associate of applied technology degrees, state wide certificates of completion, and regional certificates of proficiency, lifelong learning, and workforce developments are some of the major programs offered by the college. Both secondary and post secondary students take training in the college. Main programs offered include academic learning, animal sciences, vocational apprenticeships, automotive services, building technology, business technology, and cosmetology.

Unique Admission Features

Open-entry and open-exit competency based individual learning and teaching model is followed in BATC, a model unique to Utah College of Applied Technology and its campuses. In the process it prepares students for more than 400 occupations including 18 of the 20 fastest growing occupations. Classes are offered for High school juniors as well as seniors in the Cache County school district, Logan school district, and Box Elder school districts.

Student Services

Bridgerland Applied Technology College offers remedial services, academic and career counseling, PT cost defraying employment, and career placement facilities for the students. Counselors in the college provide career advice for students helping them take decision at right times. In addition, catering to the requirements of in job people and others who cannot afford classroom courses, online education has also been introduced.

Financial Aids

Bridgerland Applied Technology College offers all types of financial aids for its students like the federal, state, local, institutional grant aids, scholarships, and various types of student loans depending on the specific requirements as well as eligibility of the students concerned. Details of the aids and assistance can be viewed on the college website.