This Business Is Not BBB Accredited


(801) 321-7200


48 years in business
60 S 400 W
Salt Lake City, UT 84101-1284
Additional Phone Numbers
  • (877) 336-7378
  • (800) 663-1662
Additional Email Addresses
BBB File Opened: 04/04/2001
Business Started: 01/01/1969
Business Started Locally: 01/01/1969
Business Management
  • Mr. David Feitz, Executive Director
  • Mr. Shawn Bowen, Director of Servicin Operations
  • Mrs. Brenda Cox, Assoc. Exec. Dir.
  • Michelle Hansen, Company Contact
  • Mr. Kevin Jorgensen, Company Contact
Business Category
  • Government - State
  • Loans
  • Financial Services
  • Scholarships & Financial Aid
  • Schools - Academic - Special Education

Products & Services
UHEAA is a Utah state government agency and part of the Utah System of Higher Education. It acts under authority delegated by the Utah State Board of Regents and is governed by a 13-member Board of Directors and Utah's Commissioner of Higher Education.

UHEAA provides federal student loans and services those loans through repayment. UHEAA also provides outreach services for college preparation.
Alternate Business Names
  • Utah Higher Education Assistance Authority
  • Higher Education
  • Board of Regents
  • CornerStone Education Loan Services


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