First-Year and Transfer Student Visits
Schedule a one-on-one virtual meeting or join a virtual information session with an admissions counselor to learn about Westminster's liberal arts education, admissions process, scholarships, financial aid, and how you can thrive here.
Campus tours are scheduled by appointment only; walk-in visitors are not being accepted at this time due to COVID-19 protocols. Appointments are limited to 1 student and 3 guests. Call the admissions front desk at 801.832.2200 to schedule within 24 hours of your requested visit date. Accommodations will be made based on availability.
Graduate Student Visits
Sign up for a meeting with your enrollment coordinator (virtual, in-person visit, or phone call) and/or register for graduate student and program-specific events.
Guidance for Coming to Campus
Before coming to campus, review guidelines for being on campus. Do not come to campus if you are sick or are advised to get tested for COVID-19.
You can experience our virtual tour from your desktop or laptop without any special equipment.
Experience our virtual tour without a headset or enjoy a more immersive experience with Google Cardboard, Google Daydream, Samsung Gear VR, or similar cell phone VR peripherals.
Our 27-acre campus is nice and small, so you never have to worry about being late to class. Our classrooms, labs, art studios, and residence halls are surrounded by trees and green spaces, and Emigration Creek runs through the heart of campus. On a sunny day you're sure to find students studying in the Commons or lounging in hammocks between classes. If you're really lucky, you might even hear the bells that chime every day at noon and 5 p.m.
Salt Lake City
Westminster is located in the offbeat Sugar House neighborhood of Salt Lake City, where you'll find restaurants, movie theaters, shops, parks, and coffee shops all within walking distance. Here, you're less than an hour away from 10 world-class ski resorts and just 10 minutes from downtown Salt Lake City. And you get a free UTA pass so you can hop downtown for a Jazz game or the monthly gallery stroll even if you don't have a car).
Utah is home to some of the best outdoor recreation in the country. Westminster's campus is just 4 hours from 5 national parks: Zion, Bryce Canyon, Capitol Reef, Arches, and Canyonlands. And we have a pretty cool art scene too. The Sundance Film Festival takes place in Park City every year and if music's your thing, you can check out the annual Twilight Concert Series (When tickets only cost $5 you can afford to see Modest Mouse and Lupe Fiasco and MGMT)