Ogden-Weber Applied Technology College in Ogden, Utah has been training high school students and young adults for careers in a wide variety of fields--computer-aided drafting, dental assistance and culinary arts, to name just a few—for over thirty years. It boasts an open-entry, open-exit course structure that allows students to pick what days and times they take courses during, as long as they schedule at least twelve hours per week. Further, their competency-based learning model ensures that students can demonstrate a minimum skill level in one arena of study before moving on to the next. This unique combination of maximum flexibility with powerful assessment virtually guarantees that OWATC graduates are ready for the working world! High school seniors can even register for classes at the college for only a $70 supply fee; no tuition is charged whatsoever! Fully accredited by the CoCoOE, Ogden-Weber offers a generous amount of achievement-based and need-based scholarship funds each academic year, and is recognized as a military-friendly institution of higher learning.