Professor J.A. Smith founded Stevens-Henager Collage, originally named Intermountain Business College, in September 1891. The purpose of the college was to teach students the principles of commercial topics and place the college’s graduates in business positions. The college has had many other names over the years, including Moench University of Business, Smithsonian Business College, and Ogden-West Haven Business College. The institution received its current name of Steven-Henager College in 1959. A campus was established in Logan, Utah, in October of 2001 and its high educational standards make Stevens-Henager College-Logan a phenomenal institution.