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EVENTS & ACTIVITIES

Neumont University's Office of Student Affairs keeps campus buzzing with activity all quarter long. Plus, our students are active citizens of Salt Lake City.

In addition, our project-based approach to learning means there are regular academic events to help students achieve academic, political, civic, and professional success.

Don't see your event listed below and want help spreading the word? Contact marketing@neumont.edu, we'll add your event to the schedule.

 

LAGOON DAY

 

Neumont University invites students, alumni, staff, and faculty and their families to a day at Lagoon. Lagoon is an amusement park in nearby Farming, Utah. The university will provide discounted tickets along with a potluck lunch. To purchase your ticket, contact JP at jp@neumont.edu.

  • WHEN: Saturday, August 20
  • WHO: Students, alumni, staff, and faculty and their families
  • WHERE: Neumont University

STUDENT LIFE ACTIVITIES:

UNPLUG AND PLAY
  • Every Thursday throughout the summer quarter
  • Get outside and play frisbee, bocce, golf, ride bikes, and more 
  • Meet in The Commons at 6 p.m.
GAMING DAY
  • Friday, July 22
  • Celebrate the end of Sprint 1 with a day of gaming
  • Meet in The Commons at 12 p.m.
PIONEER DAY PARADE
  • Monday, July 25
  • Watch the annual parade go through downtown SLC
  • Meet in The Commons at 8 a.m.
Karoke & Rockband
  • Friday, July 29
  • Share your musical talents with a night of karoke and Rockband 
  • Meet in The Commons 
Town Hall Meeting
  • Wednesday, August 3
  • Executive staff and students discuss important issues
  • Meet in The Commons at 12 p.m.

ACADEMIC EVENTS:

CAREER WEEK
  • August 1 - 5
  • Tech Talks and on-campus interviews
  • Contact careers@neumont.edu for more information. 
Project Showcase

COMMUNITY EVENTS:

LAGOON DAY
  • Saturday, August 20
  • Ride roller coasters, eat lunch, play games
  • Lagoon

HOSTING YOUR EVENT AT NU


Neumont University allows limited access to our facility to technology user groups under the following conditions:

  • Neumont students and faculty are welcome to attend.
  • Meeting must not require extensive rearrangement of furniture and all food and/or garbage must be cleaned up.
  • Projectors and wireless login are available in “as is” condition. No IT support is provided.
  • The event cannot begin before 5 p.m. and must be complete by 9 p.m. while classes are in session.
  • To request a date, please email info@neumont.edu.

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