Student Affairs is committed to enhancing the mission of Neumont College of Computer Science by engaging students outside of the classroom through academic enhancement programs, events, leadership opportunities, advising, and one-on-one mentorship. We are committed to creating a welcoming and inclusive environment with a community that respects and celebrates diverse groups and perspectives. We strive to provide our students with a rich student life experience that will aid in their holistic development and prepare them to engage in a globalized society.

As educators that work beyond the classroom, we serve our students as advocates, conduct administrators, policy makers, advisors, programmers, residence life staff, mentors and more.


Every student is assigned an advocate to help you make decisions regarding career goals and degrees and ensure you are on track for graduation. You will be assigned an advocate at First Year Orientation.

Advocates are educators that work outside of the classroom and collaborate with the faculty and other staff members to help equip students with specific strategies for personal, academic, and professional success. Your Advocate will use a caring approach to:

  • Get to know you and understand your unique strengths, challenges, and aspirations.
  • Provide individualized support to aid you in reaching your goals.
  • Help orient you to the campus and the Neumont community during your first few quarters.
  • Encourage and take part in fostering your engagement with the campus and community by advising you of opportunities and organizations that fit with your interests.
  • Assist you in learning and understanding important college policies and guidelines integral to creating your own success.
  • Act as a referral agent and guide you to campus and community resources (Academic Coaches, instructor office hours, useful online tools, study tips, medical facilities, etc.).
  • Increase your exposure to, and awareness of, diversity so that you can process and challenge your world view through critical thought.
  • Promote the development of your personal, professional, and leadership skills in order to help you become a global citizen

    TIM CLARKVP of Academic Operations      CHIARA LANEAssociate Director of Student Affairs
>    JENNIFER JERICHOWResidence Life Coordinator      ALICE NGUYENAcademic Advisor & Registrar  

Register for Classes

For the first five quarters, your courses are delivered in a specifically designed sequence, and you'll be automatically registered for the right classes. Starting in your sixth quarter, you will begin to have some choices in your schedule. Neumont’s Academic Adviser is available to help keep you on track to graduate with your cohort. (The group of students you start classes with.) Use the following documents and guides in selecting the best courses to take.

Important Documents

Login to the My Neumont Portal 


Online Bookstore

The Neumont Virtual Bookstore provides the textbooks you'll need for classes. The Virtual Bookstore opens three weeks prior to the start of a quarter. Neumont suggests ordering your books early to ensure availability. You can have your textbooks delivered to campus where they will be waiting for you on your first day of classes. 

Policies and Information

  • Textbooks are sold in accordance with official institutional policies.
  • Students are responsible for the cost of their textbooks.
  • Neumont is not responsible for replacing lost textbooks.
  • Students may purchase used, new, and electronic versions of textbooks.
  • Students may charge the cost of their books to their student account.

Students With Disabilities

At Neumont College of Computer Science, we understand that diversity is about accepting and embracing many unique and varied life experiences. That's why we're committed to making a Neumont education a realistic possibility for any student who has shown the academic wherewithal to succeed in our demanding environment.

Neumont provides accommodations to qualifying students with disabilities in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973. For information regarding the accommodations process, or a copy of the Neumont Handbook for Students with Disabilities, or to inquire about services, contact Senior Student Life Coordinator John Peppinger at or 801-302-2841.


Student Employment

There are opportunities for student employment on and off campus. Students interested in pursuing Neumont-sponsored employment opportunities must be in good academic standing. (Generally a quarterly GPA above 3.0.) All student employment is based on approval from a student's advocate.

Employment Opportunities Include:

  • Reception Work
  • Student Academic Coaching & Tutoring
  • Resident Advisers
  • IT Support
  • Facilities Support
  • Admissions Support

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