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Neumont student housing is not your usual college dorm room. Our furnished apartments come with full kitchens, free access to washing machines and dryers, and high-speed internet. You'll most likely share your space with roommates who can sleep through the clickety-clack of a computer in the wee hours of the morning. Typically, freshman students live in two-bedroom, two-bath apartments within 1.5 miles of campus.

Even better, student housing provides an excellent place for you to build lifelong friendships and industry connections. (Yesterday's roommate could be tomorrow's boss.)

Student Housing 

Neumont students live in apartments located within a 1.5 mile radius of campus in downtown Salt Lake City. Our student housing options range from one-person studio suites to four-person, two-bedroom, two-bathroom apartments. Student housing is an excellent way to acclimate to life at Neumont; it offers a solid community of friends, tutors, and project-mates to help you succeed.

Apartment Living:

  • The Tower Suites - Studio, one, and two-bedroom suites right above the academic center.
  • Essex Apartments - Two-bedroom apartments near The Mercer Apartments, grocery stores, and restaurants.
  • 644 City Station - Two-bedroom, two-bathroom apartments located a 20-minute walk from campus near the Gateway Shopping Mall.
  • The Mercer Apartment Complex - Two-bedroom apartments about one mile from campus. 
  • Elevate on 5th - Two-bedroom, two-bathroom apartments on the same block as The Mercer and Essex. 
  • Bridges at Citifront - Two-bedroom, two-bathroom apartments near 644 City Station.

Furnished Apartments Include:

  • Twin beds, couches, and closets 
  • Kitchens with a stove, oven, dishwasher, and microwave
  • High-speed wireless network (wireless router recommended)
  • Convenient access to free laundry facilities 
  • Access to fitness facilities and on-site social areas
  • Updated fixtures and appliances
  • Paid utilities
  • Wheelchair accessibility if needed

Current Housing Rates:

Averages $1,990 per quarter, varies based on location and apartment

Explore our apartments in our virtual campus tour

 

Apply for Student Housing

After you have been accepted, you will receive a Welcome Packet in the mail. The Welcome Packet will include instructions and credentials to apply for Student Housing. This application is a great opportunity for us to get to know you and pair you with the right roommates.

Neumont requires all first-year students to live in student housing for their first four quarters of attendance.

Student Housing Application

  • By July 30, 2018: Pay your housing application fee and deposit.
  • August 2018: Receive your new address and your roommates' names and contact info.
  • September 21, 2018: Move into Student Housing with the Class of 2021.

Apply for Student Housing on the Accepted Student Portal 

 

GETTING AROUND TOWN

Neumont’s downtown campus is conveniently located on public transit lines, including TRAX, which offers service to the Salt Lake International Airport (SLC) and other points of interest. TRAX is Utah's light rail system that connects Essex Apartments, Elevate on 5th, 644 City Station, Bridges at Citifront, and The Mercer with the academic center. Students are encouraged to walk, use TRAX, bike, or make use of Salt Lake's bike-share programs. Students are given a UTA ECO Pass which can be used on all UTA buses, TRAX, and Frontrunner trains. All apartment complexes are conveniently located near grocery stores, entertainment venues, and restaurants. Additionally, Neumont offers a weekly van service to big box retailers.

More Information

For more details about Student Housing, check out the following:

Note: Student Housing Applications and Deposits for Fall 2018 are due July 30, 2018. 

Neumont requires that students live in student housing during their first four quarters of enrollment unless an exemption is granted by the Director of Student Affairs. Exemptions may be granted because:

  •     The student resides with immediate family within 30 miles of campus.
  •     The student has reached the age of 21 prior to the start of a quarter.
  •     The student has a documented medical condition.
  •     The student is married or lives with a dependent.
  •     Other extenuating circumstances.

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