By Housing & Residential Education
Did you know you where you are going to live next school year? It’s never too early to consider plans for on campus student housing.
Feb. 10 at 9 a.m., the housing application will open. Apply online through the Housing U tile in your CIS account. If you currently live on campus or have lived on campus in the past, there will be no application fee required.
Housing & Residential Education (HRE), hosts a variety of events to help you find the right place to live included open house tours of all apartments and roommate socials. To find a full list of events and more information regarding these events, be sure to check out Housing & Residential Education’s website.
Housing & Residential Education has several apartment options, both on and nearby campus, for undergrads, single graduate students and those looking for a living learning community. Check out the housing map to get started with your housing search. Click through the slide show to see: Shoreline Ridge, Living Learning Communities, Downtown Commons, Cedar Court and 400 South.
If you are a 2018 incoming student click here for application and timeline information.
Shoreline Ridge is located on upper campus within Heritage Commons. It is near the Peterson Heritage Center, Red Butte Gardens and the foothills of the Wasatch Mountains. Shoreline Ridge features 2, 3 and 4-bedroom apartments. Apartments offer full-size kitchens, private bedrooms and spacious common areas. A meal plan is not required in this living area.
Living Learning Communities
Live with other students who share your interests. Officer’s Circle, Marriott Honors Community and Lassonde Studios will continue to have spaces for upperclass students. Each of these communities have unique deadlines and application processes, visit the Living Learning Community page on our website to learn more.
Downtown Commons 1 and 2
Downtown Commons 1 and 2 are off-campus apartment options available to sophomore, junior and senior students. Located in the historic and vibrant avenues of downtown Salt Lake City, there are many downtown happenings including: City Creek Mall, Temple Square, Harmon’s Grocery and more. The main campus is accessible from these locations by campus shuttle and UTA bus routes which students may use at no additional charge. Room options include a variety of room arrangements with private and shared bedrooms, shared living spaces and full-size kitchens. A meal plan is not required in this living area.
DTC 1 is located at 349 East 1st Avenue, Salt Lake City, 84103
DTC 2 is located at 43 South 400 East, Salt Lake City, 84111
Cedar Court — New
Cedar Court includes 1, 2 and 3-bedroom apartments with each resident in their own bedroom. Apartments include a shared full-size kitchen, bathroom and living room. Sophomore, junior and senior students are eligible to live in these spaces. Cedar Court is located in close proximity to main campus and are accessible via campus shuttle. Cedar Court is located within the University Student Apartments property, but are managed through Housing & Residential Education. A meal plan is not required in this living area.
Cedar Court is located at 1945 Sunnyside Avenue, Salt Lake City, 84108
400 South — New
Housing & Residential Education is in the process of obtaining spaces in an apartment complex located nearby campus and on a main TRAX light rail line in the 400 South area. These apartments will be managed by HRE, and will include a variety of room arrangements with private and shared bedrooms and full-size kitchens. More details will be released on this housing option in the coming weeks, please see our website for latest updates.