Westminster College

Est. 1875 / Salt Lake City, Utah

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Create Your Community

You want your college experience to matter, with opportunities for social life; interactions with people you wouldn’t otherwise meet; and support for your academic, personal, and professional goals. We invite you to discover your passions, find your people, and build a home.

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Achieve Excellence

At Westminster College, your journey starts the day you enroll. Our expert faculty design academic experiences that will challenge, prepare, and empower you to find a place among the world’s scholars. And, whatever your major, you will learn broadly and deeply, making connections across disciplines and forming your own ways to meet the challenges of the world

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Expand Your Worldview

A liberal arts education at Westminster is more than just earning a degree—it’s about learning how to thrive in diverse environments and opening your mind to possibilities. No matter where you come from, when you join Westminster, you are bound together with other students in building from difference to make a difference.


Real students. Real stories. On the regular.

Westminster Stories

Your journeys are the foundation of Westminster’s story. Follow the successes of our students, professors, and alumni to see how our story evolves.

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Featured News Story

MLK Unsung Hero Award Recipients

Westminster College is pleased to announce the community recipients of Westminster’s 2021 MLK Unsung Hero Awards: Angela Dunn, MD, MPH, lead epidemiologist for the state of Utah; Lucas Horns of Project Rainbow and YWCA Utah. The Unsung Hero Awards are given to individuals, groups and organizations who are committed to promoting a diverse and inclusive campus and community.

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Featured Alumni Story

Take it to the Polls

Tuesday, November 3 is election day, and voting still matters. This year, the world as we knew it morphed into a new reality with the onset of the global pandemic. This change has served as a glaring reminder of the impact politics have on our daily lives. Westminster community members Professor Marie Staniforth, Jazmin May (’19), and Justin Shadley (’21) address these questions and remind us that we do have the ability to make an impact at the ballot box.