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How the Body Talks: 5 Tips for Professional Body Language

We’ve all heard that non-verbal communication speaks louder than actual words. From your posture to how you position your feet, body language creates critical...

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Hay U: The Best Way to Spend Spring Break

(EMMETT) When people think about college kids and spring break, they often get images of rowdy crowds, the beach scene, all-out wildness, and having...

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Graduates: Are You a Parasite or a Pollinator?

“Are you a parasite or a pollinator?” Keynote speaker Logan Wilkes posed this question at Broadview University–Orem’s summer commencement. Eighteen graduating students thought about what...

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August 25, 2015
Bob Trewartha Broadview

Commitment to your Paralegal career will set you apart from your competition

August 25, 2015
Bob TrewarthaBroadview

Broadview’s Paralegal program doesn’t just prepare you for a future career as a paralegal, but also works to get you employed in the field as soon as possible. Our...

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June 2, 2015
Amber Ard Broadview

Broadview’s Brittny Oxford Tells us what Career Services can do for you

June 2, 2015
Amber ArdBroadview

When most people think about who they will interact with at school, they usually think about their teachers.  Students might not realize, though, the wonderful opportunities they have to...

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April 17, 2015
Bob Trewartha Broadview

Broadview University-Layton students gather clothes for those less fortunate

April 17, 2015
Bob TrewarthaBroadview

Broadview University-Layton has a great student body. The students are always helping others both through the classroom service learning projects and on their own time.  Bob Trewartha’s Applied Ethics...

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December 10, 2013
Scott Rudeen Broadview

The New Leader on Campus: Michael Reeder Embraces “We Care” Mission

December 10, 2013
Scott RudeenBroadview

Have you seen him walking the halls? Have you met him yet? Our new campus director, Michael Reeder, is making waves with Broadview University’s mission “We Care.” He cares what...

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November 15, 2013
Scott Rudeen Broadview

Local Layton Businesses and Community Join Together for Family Fun

November 15, 2013
Scott RudeenBroadview

Festively decorated cars lined the parking lot waiting for the third annual Trunk-or-Treat held at Broadview University–Layton to start. Little ghosts, goblins, witches, and other costumed kids lined up,...

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October 16, 2013
Scott Rudeen Broadview

These 12 Shelter Animals Are $3,000 Closer to Adoption

October 16, 2013
Scott RudeenBroadview

Ever visit an animal shelter? Usually they are full of lovable animals waiting to be adopted. Who can resist those cute faces looking back at you? Unfortunately, there are...

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August 27, 2013
Scott Rudeen Broadview

The Daunting Task of Choosing a Career: One Student’s Journey to Discovery

August 27, 2013
Scott RudeenBroadview

Choosing a career path can be daunting with the many choices and specialties available. So how does one make a decision? There are several ways to explore the options, such...

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We’re Responsive. Broadview University is dedicated to staying on the forefront of teaching and learning, so you receive the most up-to-date education possible.

Popular Posts
How the Body Talks: 5 Tips for Professional Body Language

We’ve all heard that non-verbal communication speaks louder than actual words. From your posture to how you position your feet, body language creates critical...

Read More
Hay U: The Best Way to Spend Spring Break

(EMMETT) When people think about college kids and spring break, they often get images of rowdy crowds, the beach scene, all-out wildness, and having...

Read More
Graduates: Are You a Parasite or a Pollinator?

“Are you a parasite or a pollinator?” Keynote speaker Logan Wilkes posed this question at Broadview University–Orem’s summer commencement. Eighteen graduating students thought about what...

Read More