There is not one specific area for Business Scholars to live in. We have students that live in each of these different housing options, so no matter which housing option you choose you will have other Business Scholars around you! Once you have been accepted into the University of Utah, you can apply for other housing options on campus. You will receive information on how to apply for housing in your acceptance package from the University of Utah.
Lassonde Studios is a new $45 million home for student entrepreneurs and innovators at the University of Utah. The facility, which opened in August 2016, is the place where students from any major or background can “Live. Create. Launch.” Students can apply to be one of the “Lassonde 400” residents. All students at the University of Utah are welcome to use the Neeleman Hangar, which is the 20,000-square-foot innovation space on the main floor to connect, test ideas, build prototypes, launch companies and learn by doing. Above are four floors of themed residential space. Lassonde Studios is in the center of campus and is advancing the University of Utah as a top school for entrepreneurship. The building and diverse engagement opportunities are managed by the Lassonde Entrepreneur Institute, an interdisciplinary division of the David Eccles School of Business.
You must be accepted into the Honor’s College to apply for Honor’s Housing. If you have been accepted into the Honor’s College, the deadline to apply is March 10th. Honor’s housing fills up very quickly, so you are encouraged to apply as early as you can. Marriott Honors Community is located on the East Side of Campus along Mario Cappecchi Drive. Near the Student Life Center, Fort Douglas TRAX Stop, and Huntsman Arena. The MHC apartments offer full-size kitchens, spacious common areas, and great views of campus and the Wasatch Mountains. The MHC is unique because it also includes classroom spaces, an Honors Market/Convenience Store. A meal plan is not required in this living area.
Chapel Glen is located on the East Side of Campus within Heritage Commons. Chapel Glen features suite style double and single rooms for first-year students. Chapel Glen floors are co-ed and offer several common area spaces for studying and socializing. There is a fitness area in Chapel Glen 803 for use by all residents. It is accessible 24-hours a day. A meal plan is required in this living area.
Gateway Heights is located on the East Side of Campus within Heritage Commons. Near the Peterson Heritage Center, and Shuttle Stop. Gateway Heights halls are single gender by building and offer several common area spaces for studying and socializing. Gateway is adjacent to the shuttle stop and the Peterson Heritage Center, which includes our dining room. A meal plan is required in this living area.
Sage Point is located on the South East Side of Campus within Heritage Commons. Near Research Park, the Red Butte Gardens, and set on the foothills of the Wasatch Mountains. Sage Point is also home to many of our Living Learning and Theme Communities. Sage Point features a 24-hour exercise facility for residents, and excellent views of the Wasatch Mountain front. A meal plan is required in this living area.
Benchmark Plaza is located on the East Side of Campus within Heritage Commons. Near the Peterson Heritage Center, Main Housing & Residential Education Office, outdoor basketball and sand volleyball courts, and the foothills of the Wasatch Mountains. Benchmark apartments offer full-size kitchens, private bedrooms, and spacious common areas. A meal plan is not required in this living area.