Business Scholars have several options for on-campus housing. Once you’ve been admitted to the University of Utah, you’ll receive instructions for how to apply for housing, and you can apply for your desired residence.
Lassonde Studios is a five-story home to student entrepreneurs, innovators, and creators at the University of Utah and is a place where students from any major or background can “Live. Create. Launch.” All students at the U are welcome to use the Neeleman Hangar, which is the 20,000 sq. ft innovation space on the main floor to connect, test ideas, build prototypes, launch companies, and learn by doing. Above, the “Lassonde 400” residents occupy floors of themed living space. Business Scholars have a priority partnership with Lassonde.
Students who are accepted into the Honor’s College have the opportunity to apply to live in the Donna Garff Marriott Honors Residential Scholars Community (MHC). 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, an Honors Market convenience store, and great views of campus. Learn more and apply to live in the MHC here.
Kahlert Village is the newest residential community on campus and is home to approximately 990 first-year students. The building is made up of four themed communities to help students deepen their engagement on campus. The building features double and single rooms in cluster and suite-style configurations. Kahlert Village is centrally located on campus, includes a full-service dining facility, and a variety of classroom and study space available for students. A meal plan is required in this living area.
Chapel Glen is located on the east side of campus within Heritage Commons and features suite style- double and single rooms for first-year students. Floors are co-ed and offer several common area spaces for studying and socializing. Residents can also acces a 24-hour fitness area, indoor bike storage, and a multi-faith prayer room. A meal plan is required for this housing option.
Gateway Heights is located near the Peterson Heritage Center on the east side of campus within Heritage Commons. Gateway Heights halls are single-gender by building and offer several common area spaces for studying and socializing. Students in this living space have access to indoor bike storage, cozy lounge spaces, and a ski wax room. A meal plan is required at Gateway Heights.
Home to many of the living-learning and themed communities, Sage Point is located on the south east side of campus within Heritage Commons. Sage Point residents can easily access Research Park, Red Butte Gardens, and the foothills of the Wasatch Mountains. The 700 residents here can also enjoy a 24-hour exercise facility and excellent views of the mountains and Salt Lake Valley. A meal plan is required in this living area.
Up to 300 first-year residents call Benchmark Plaza home. This residence is located on the east side of campus within Heritage Commons and near outdoor sporting areas including the basketball and sand volleyball courts. Students living at Benchmark Plaza also have easy access to the Student Solar Plaza outdoor gathering and grilling space and several open lounge areas. A meal plan is not required at Benchmark Plaza.