FIND YOUR COMMUNITY!
Congratulations on your acceptance to the University of Utah! Do you want to make the most out of your college experience? Here’s your chance—live on campus! The U offers close to 20 Living Learning (LLC) and Theme Community (TC) housing options for you to choose from, including a traditional residence hall or historic homes in Heritage Commons, Lassonde Studios' clusters, and our brand new residence hall that opened in August 2020, Kahlert Village! Each type of special living option is designed to bring students with similar interests, majors, goals, and experiences together. We've developed an inclusive and engaged community where all members thrive; we just need U!
LLC Priority Deadline
MARCH 10, 2022
HOW TO APPLY
- Log into CIS and select "Student Homepage"
- Click on the "Student Housing" tile
- Select Housing & Residential Education" from the menu, then click "Housing U"
- Click on the "Apply for Housing" tab and follow the instructions to begin a 2022-23 application
- Submit your application and pay the application fee by March 10, 2022
- Reserve a room at your assigned reservation time
FIRST-YEAR LIVING LEARNING COMMUNITIES
First-year students can live in a variety of housing options on campus. From traditional residence hall-style housing in Heritage Commons to Lassonde Studios cluster communities to our brand new residence hall on lower campus, Kahlert Village! Check out all of the Living Learning and Theme Community options below!
Virtual Housing Tours
*Indicates living option that may require a separate application.
Kahlert Village is located on lower campus near the Student Life Center and features a buffet-style dining hall and single, double, and triple suite- and cluster-style rooms! Learn more about the LLCs in Kahlert Village:
Lassonde Studios is located on Central Lower Campus near the Student Life Center, Gardner Commons, and the Student Union. First-year students will be able to live in cluster-style communities on one of four themed floors. Lassonde Studios also features a 20,000 square foot innovation maker space, the Hangar, where students can connect, test ideas, and build prototypes.
Sage Point is located on the East side of Campus within Heritage Commons and is traditional, residence-hall style housing for first-year students. Sage Point features single, super single, double, super double, and triple suite-style rooms. Sage Point also features multiple living learning or theme communities for students to be a part of! Learn more about LLCs or TCs in Sage Point below:
Officers Circle is located within Heritage Commons. Comprised of 10 historic houses, OC is as unique as most of the houses are, centered around a different academic or themed focus. All houses are gender-inclusive and feature lounge spaces, front porches, and kitchens. Learn more about first-year TC houses below:
Variety of room types for students!
HRE offers students multiple room types, all furnished with a twin XL-bed, desk & chair, 3-drawer dressers, and built-in closets or wardrobes.
Two bedrooms, either singles or doubles, that connect with a shared bathroom for suitemates. In Kahlert Village, vanities are in-room.
Community of 30-40 students with single or double bedrooms around perimeter with 8-10 shared, private bathrooms.
Students living in residence halls and Lassonde Studios' cluster communities are required to have a meal plan. Housing & Residential Education offers residents a variety of meal plans to meet their unique needs! Meal plans are designed for students to have a specific number of meals on a weekly basis and can use their plans at a variety of locations across campus, including in the newest, all-you-can-eat dining hall on the first floor of Kahlert Village and the Peterson Heritage Center dining hall located in Heritage Commons!
Meal Plan 8
8 meals per week
Meal Plan 15
15 meals per week
Meal Plan 21
21 meals per week
150 meals per semester
40 meals per semester
**available for students living in apartments or Officers Circle.