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Campus Life
The Westminster campus offers all kinds of highlights—including an amphitheater, lively student center, and athletic facility complete with an indoor track.
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Clubs & Events
Clubs & Events
The Associated Students of Westminster (ASW) offers many ways to make connections based on the activities and topics that excite you most.
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Your moment awaits

There’s a moment during your first week on campus when you look around and say to yourself, “This is my home.” It might happen as you’re sprinting across Richer Commons with your roommates during a campus-wide game of capture the flag. It might hit you during your first 2:00 am trek to Dee’s diner for milkshakes. Or, it might settle on you quietly as you’re studying in your room with a window full of Wasatch mountain views. However it happens, you’ll know you are exactly where you’re meant to be.

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Residence Halls

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Settle in and get closer

Living on campus gives you an opportunity to build community and form lifelong friendships— and you’ll be within a five-minute walk of everything.

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Find a spot that's right for you

Campus housing is guaranteed for your first two years at Westminster. Most first-year students live with roommates in our traditional-style halls.

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Carry on a legacy of letting loose

Some favorite residence hall traditions include a water balloon fight, talent show, and pool tournament. You can even partake in residence hall olympics.

Local Area

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Westminster is located in the heart of Sugar House—a real neighborhood with a friendly, funky vibe.

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Sugar House has parks. Pizza joints. Thrift stores. Nearby peaks. And close trails for active outings.
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Two students eating milkshakes in a diner
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9th & 9th
This hip business distinct is a little neighborhood of its own. See film differently at Tower Theater, shop for a new bike, grab some gelato, take a yoga class, browse vintage furniture, or get a fresh cut at Gene’s Barber Shop.
Salt Lake City
Take advantage of cheap public transit, and head downtown. Recently dubbed the “Silicon Slopes,” Salt Lake City boasts a thriving economy, a creative spirit, and a metro area population of 1.2 million.
Shoreline Trail
This 10-mile trail follows what was the shoreline of ancient Lake Bonneville. Mostly a single-track trail, it’s ideal for hiking, biking, trail running, and even snowshoeing.
Local Grub
Hot coffee. Handmade pastries. Biscuits and gravy. Pesto pizza. The Dragonslayer Burger. Mocha Loca shakes. Mediterranean street food. You’ll never go hungry—whether you’re craving a snack or sit-down meal.
Ski ResortsThe Wasatch Mountains tower over campus, offering 10 ski resorts within an hour’s drive. Hit the slopes on a weekday after class or spend an entire weekend shredding all of your favorite runs.
The Wasatch Mountains tower over campus, offering 10 ski resorts within an hour’s drive. Hit the slopes on a weekday after class or spend an entire weekend shredding all of your favorite runs.
The Mighty 5
National Parks
Utah isn’t short on natural beauty. The Mighty 5® national parks (Canyonlands, Arches, Capitol Reef, Bryce Canyon, and Zion) draw several million visitors from around the world each year.