Neumont Announces Student and Alumni Team Members for the 2018 Byte-for-Bite Hackathon
The Hackathon is focused on creating an application that connects students and parents relying on school lunch programs with the Granite School Foundation to ensure students are getting meals on the weekends and during school breaks.
Neumont President Presents at Ninth Annual Singapore Computer Science Conference
President Aaron Reed, Ed.D., presented Gaming Disorder: A Possible Piece of the Computer Science Retention Puzzle at the ninth annual International Conference on Computer Science Education (CSEIT): Innovation & Technology, held in Singapore on Monday, October 22.
Neumont Announces Partnership with Larry H. Miller Sports & Entertainment and the Utah Jazz
The College is proud to announce a new partnership with the Utah Jazz allowing Neumont students to develop software projects for the NBA team.
Neumont Commencement Address Looks to Tech Future
Keynote Speaker John Knotwell, Utah Technology Council president and CEO, congratulates the Class of 2018 and shares his advice for succeeding in the tech industry.
Neumont Launches New Hybrid Online Programs
The College announces that classes for a Certificate in Web Development online and on-campus program start on Monday, October 1.
Neumont Unveils New Mission and Values Statement
President Aaron Reed, Ed.D. shares the college's new mission statement of, "Improving lives through education."
Neumont College of Computer Science Wraps Career Week with Co-founder Scott McKinley
Co-founder and AWS Academy Leader Scott McKinley presented to Neumont students, faculty, and staff to wrap up one of the institution's largest Career Week events.
Neumont College of Computer Science Hosts Free Workshop for High School Educators
President Aaron Reed, Ed.D. and Vice President of Academic Operations Tim Clark will conduct a project-based, active learning workshop for high school educators.
Neumont's VP of Academic Operations Tim Clark Named Utah Association for Career and Technical Education Business Leader of the Year
Neumont congratulates Tim Clark on being named the Utah Association for Career and Technical Education Business Leader of the Year.
STEM Partners Foundation and Neumont College of Computer Science Develop Next Phase in STEM Mentor Exchange
The STEM Partners Foundation and Neumont College of Computer Science are working together to advance the next stage of the STEM Mentor Exchange Program (STEM MS).
Neumont Announces 2018 Capstone Project Invitational
Five students with the most impressive Capstone Projects presented their work to alumni and industry judges at an invitational event.
Neumont Granted Accreditation By ACCSC
Neumont College of Computer Science is accredited by the Accrediting Commission for Career Schools and Colleges.
Aaron Reed, Ed.D., Named President of Neumont College of Computer Science
The Board of Directors names Dr. Aaron Reed as the new president of the institution.
Announcing the Fall 2017 Project Showcase Winners
Neumont College of Computer Science announces the winners of its fall Project Showcase event.
Continued Progress in Neumont's Accreditation Process
President Shaun McAlmont shares Neumont's application with a new accreditor is moving forward to the final stages.
Neumont Changes Name to Neumont College of Computer Science
President Shaun McAlmont announces that Neumont is changing its name to better reflect its identity as a small institution of higher education offering degrees focused on computer science.
Neumont Offers New Online Associate Degree in Software Development
Neumont announces a new online degree program to make their project-based curriculum more accessible to non-traditional students.
Neumont President Lauds Progress on Accreditation
Neumont President Shaun McAlmont commends institution on moving forward to the next step of the application process with a new accreditor.
Neumont Invites Alumni and Techies to an Evening with Amazon
A principal software engineer from Amazon Media Group will present on APIs at this low-key dinner with a pub-style trivia quiz and raffle for attendees.
Neumont Congratulates Dr. Aaron Reed on earning doctorate degree in higher education
Chief Academic and Operating Officer Aaron Reed recently earned his doctorate degree in higher education.
President Shaun McAlmont Hails Progress in Neumont's Accreditation Process
In a statement, he says Neumont's initial application has been accepted by a new accrediting body.
Neumont University Graduate Dr. Ludmil B. Alexandrov Returns as Commencement Speaker
He says Neumont provided the education and project-based foundation required for his success as a scientist and researcher.
FReX Weekend Showcases Student Projects and Salt Lake City
President Shaun McAlmont addresses FReX, blue print for success, and accreditation.
Neumont University Congratulates 2017 Capstone Project Invitational Winners
Tyler Berry and Kyle Kacprzynski took home the Alumni and Industry Partner awards for their Capstone Projects in computer science and web development.
Neumont University Addresses Accreditation
The institution will maintain its accreditation through ACICS as it transitions to a new accreditor.
Neumont University Congratulates First NU Alumni Association President Jacob Glines
The university congratulates alumnus Jacob Glines on being named the president of the newly formed Neumont University Alumni Association.
Neumont University Hosts Coding Camps for Kids
The university announces a partnership with Utah Geek Events to host a series of coding camps for kids for a Summer of Programming. The first Kids Code Convention is Saturday, June 11, 2016.
Neumont University Students Attend ng-conf
Due to their outstanding academic achievement, three Neumont University students enrolled in the web development program will attend ng-conf (an AngularJS conference) in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Neumont University Says Service is No Joke
Neumont University staff spend the day volunteering at The Road Home, a local homeless shelter.
Neumont University Honors Graduates at Commencement Ceremony
Neumont University graduates launch their careers at companies like 3M, Blizzard, Microsoft, Cisco, and Google. MartizCX President and CEO Carine Clark advises graduates to embrace failure.
Neumont University Contributes to Utah's Silicon Slopes with Project Showcase
Neumont University students will show off their latest tech projects and compete for prizes at Project Showcase on March 11, from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. at the university's downtown campus.
Neumont University Announces New BSGD Chair
Neumont University announces Robert Lamb will chair the Bachelor of Science in Software and Game Development program. Ryan Cox has also joined the university as a full-time computer science instructor.
Neumont University sponsors Utah STEM Fest
Neumont University's demos video games students have worked on through Enterprise Projects to pique middle and high school students' interest in technology.
Students Volunteer for 'Hour of Code'
Neumont University's chapter of the Society of Women Engineers joined fifth grade students at Highland Park Elementary in Salt Lake City for an Hour of Code event.
Students Take Home Top Prize for Game Dev Projects
Neumont University announces Emerson Shaffer and Scott Fries won the alumni and industry panel choice awards at the Capstone Project Invitational in December 2015. The winning projects included a game engine and an algorithm for video game development.
Neumont University Announces New Scholarships
Neumont University announces two new scholarships: The Women in Technology Scholarship to encourage more women to have a career in technology, and the Service Scholarship for people who have made a significant contribution to their community.
Neumont University Celebrates Success with Service
In celebration of high enrollment numbers for the 2015-2016 academic year, Neumont University's staff and faculty will help harvest the Utahns Against Hunger garden.
Neumont University Invites the Public to Project Showcase
Students show off their projects from all experience levels in a science fair style setting in hopes of being voted "Best Overall Project."
Neumont University Announces New President
The Board of Directors is pleased to announce Shaun E. McAlmont will be the next president of the university.
Taylor(2) Crowned Technology Titans at Neumont University's Capstone Project Invitational
Students Taylor Boyd and Taylor Bos respectively won the Alumni Choice award and Industry Partners Choice award at Neumont University's Capstone Project Invitational.
Neumont University Announces Technology Showdown
The university presents Capstone Project Invitational--an event for the students with the best senior projects to present them to the public.
Neumont University Announces 2015 Commencement Speaker Eve Andersson
The university is excited to announce former Neumont employee and current Senior Manager of Accessibility Engineering at Google Research Eve Andersson as this year's commencement ceremony keynote speaker.
Neumont University Board of Directors Announces Search for Successor to President Levine
President Edward H. Levine will transition from his role as president to an active board member in the spring of 2015.
Neumont University Announces Move to Three-Year Programs for Bachelor's Degrees in Computer Science and Related Fields
Beginning in September 2015, all Bachelor of Science degrees will be earned on a three-year schedule to allow students to take more electives and spend more time on their studies.
Neumont University's Project Showcase Highlights Tech Savvy Achievements of Students
As students throughout the country descend on college campuses, students at Neumont University are wrapping up their summer quarter by showing off their software development projects in a public event.
Admissions Open House Features Tech Savvy and Geek-Chic Capstone Projects
In lieu of "back-to-school," Neumont University will host an Admissions Open House event on Wednesday, August 6 from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. featuring five of the best student projects from the past year.
Neumont Congratulates Alum on Successful Kickstarter Campaign for Video Game
Alum Lyle Cox raised more than $14,000 from 738 backers online through Kickstarter for his game Together: Amna and Saif.
Neumont University Hosts Annual Spring Admissions Open House
Prospective students and the general public are invited to tour Utah's premier technology university on Wednesday, May 21, 2014 from 1 PM to 6 PM at its downtown Salt Lake City campus on 143 South Main Street.
Salt Lake City Mayor Ralph Becker to Give Keynote Address at Neumont University's Commencement Ceremony
Salt Lake City Mayor Ralph Becker is the keynote speaker at Neumont University's Commencement Ceremony on Friday, March 21, 2014 at 2 PM at the Rose Wagner Performing Arts Center in downtown.
Downtown Salt Lake City Offers a Distinctive Urban Classroom for Freshman Orientation
For Neumont University students, Freshman Orientation is a chance to acclimate themselves to the business district that will be an integral part of their computer science education.
Neumont Relocates to a Custom-Renovated Downtown Salt Lake City Campus
Neumont University announced the Grand Opening of our custom-renovated campus in the commercial core of downtown Salt Lake City on June 28, 2013, a day which also marks the 10th anniversary for the Utah-founded University.
Neumont Delivers an Unparalleled Bang for Your Educational Buck
President Obama is introducing a new scorecard to measure a university’s “bang for [the] educational buck.” Neumont University has long been advocating for this sort of institutional-value reporting by publishing an annual Return on Investment.
It Isn't the Heat Getting to Neumont's 2010 Graduates, It's the Hot Job Offers
Neumont graduates enjoy 95% employment rates and salaries over $63,000, even in the down economy.
Forbes Magazine Joins Neumont Supporters
Neumont University endorsed by Forbes, IBM, and Microsoft.
U.S. Department of Education Reports "Neumont Sets Innovative Standard in Higher Education"
Neumont recognized for Innovation in Curriculum and Program Delivery by U.S. Secretary of Education’s Commission on the Future of Higher Education