Utah State University-College of Eastern Utah (USU Eastern) is a public regional college within the Utah State University system. The USU Eastern main campus is located in Price, Utah, United States and a satellite location known as the Blanding Campus is located in Blanding, Utah. Founded as Carbon College in 1937, the college joined the University of Utah system and was renamed the College of Eastern Utah. USU Eastern, formerly known as College of Eastern Utah (CEU), entered the USU system on July 1, 2010. With more than 60 degree programs, the college focuses on technical, vocational, and Associate Degree programs. The Gene Tobey Memorial Art Scholarship is one of three scholarships formed as a last request of Gene Tobey (an alumni of USU Eastern); the other two scholarships being at Mason High School (Texas) and at Western State Colorado University in Gunnison, Colorado. USU Eastern competes as the Golden Eagles and is the only USU campus, apart from main campus, that has an athletics program.
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