- Do you offer student housing?
Yes, Neumont offers off campus housing for students, in fully furnished apartments. Visit our Student Housing page for more information.
- When do I need to submit my Graduation Application?
Download an Undergraduate Degree Application and submit it to the Registrar's Office during your final quarter.
- I am having trouble logging in to the student portal, how do I proceed?
You will need your Social Security Number and the email address in your student record. If you are unsure of which email address we have on file, contact your Student Advocate to update your records. If you are still struggling to access the portal, please contact the Registrar at 801-302-2800.
- Will my credits transfer to Neumont?
Neumont does accept transfer credits with a grade of C (2.0) or better, additional qualifications apply. Visit our Registrar's section for more information on transferring credits.
- What is Utah like?
Utah is a great place to live! It's as diverse in people and cultures as it is in seasons and landscapes. Utah is home to approximately 2.5 million people from around the world. More information about life in Utah can be found in the Living in Utah page on our website.
- Is the school affiliated with any religions?
No, Neumont is privately owned and funded and has no religious affiliation. We encourage students from all religious backgrounds to apply to Neumont, and strive to provide a campus that fosters free thinking and a respect for diversity.
- What is student life like?
Neumont offers many opportunities to engage in student activities, outings, and intramural sports. Visit our Student Living section for more information.
- What is the makeup of Neumont's student population?
Currently 20 percent of our student population comes from the state of Utah with the other 80 percent coming from 48 states and 13 different countries. More detailed student demographic information can be found by contacting Student Affairs.
- Is there food on or near campus?
Yes, we offer two daily entrée choices, a salad, and bread each day in the cafeteria in addition to the vending machines and self service kitchen areas. Lunch is sold from 11:00-12:30 and accepts cash or NU Meal Cards. NU Meal Cards may be purchased on your student account in the Bookstore or with credit/debit cards or checks.Within walking distance to the campus are sandwich shops, a coffee shop, Mexican cantina, seafood house, a sub shop, cafeteria, and a bar. Click here for a list of restaurants that offer discounts to NU students.
- Will I need a car?
No. Neumont runs a student shuttle to and from campus each day of school. In addition, the shuttle makes grocery store runs and trips to area outings. Learn more about the shuttle program in the Student Housing section of the website.
- Are there opportunities for student employment?
There are a variety of opportunities for student employment on and off campus. Students interested in pursuing Neumont sponsored employment opportunities must be in quarter three or beyond and in good academic standing, employment information can be found at. All student employment is based on approval from the Dean of Students.
Employment Opportunities Include
- Bookstore Workers
- Support for Campus Enrollment Events
- Student Website Support
- Reception and Secretarial Work
- Student Academic Coaching (Tutoring)
- Resident Assistants
- IT Support
- General Labor and Campus Maintenance Initiatives
- Seasonal Employment Opportunities
- How do I buy my books?
Neumont offers an online bookstore that sells all the books you need for class. Visit online book ordering instructions for more information on our Online Bookstore.
- What is the student faculty ratio?
At Neumont we are very proud of the small classes we offer. Neumont currently employs 10 full time faculty, and 15 adjunct faculty resulting in a student faculty ratio of 1:10. Typically your early courses will have 20 — 60 students, and your project courses later in the program could have as few as four students per group.
- How do I contact the Student Affairs Department?
For students on campus, Student Affairs is located on the second floor in rooms 212 and 211, or you can email email@example.com. Call the receptionist at 801-302-2800 and you will be transferred to whomever you need to speak with.
- Where is Neumont located?
Neumont's campus is located at 10701 S. River Front Parkway, Suite 300 in South Jordan, Utah, just west of the 106th South I15 freeway exit, download a map and directions here.
- Where do I mail forms and documents?
Neumont's mailing address is:
10701 S. River Front Parkway, Suite 300
South Jordan, UT 84095
- What is FERPA?
FERPA is a national act that protects a student's right to keep their academic and medical records private. This requires that Neumont only submit information about grades, attendance, and other academic progress directly to the student, or on behalf of the student with specific written requests. Neumont cannot release academic information to any party, including parents, unless a student has signed a FERPA waiver naming their parents as authorized persons. If you wish to grant your parents permission to access your educational records, including grades and attendance, you may do so by contacting the Student Affairs Department and completing a FERPA Waiver Form. You may revoke a FERPA waiver through the Student Affairs Department by submitting a request in writing.
- What clubs are there at Neumont?
- Unified Student Government
- Neumont chapter of the Society of Women Engineers
- Coding Clubs
- Spiritual Clubs
- Rhythm-based Game Lovers Association (read: Guitar Hero and Rock Band)
- Intramural Sports Clubs
- Additional clubs and student orders are constantly evolving. For information about current clubs, or to start your own, visit our Student Life page.
- Are Academic coaching (tutoring) services available on campus?
Academic Coaching is available to students at no cost in a variety of courses. Contact your instructor for specific course support.
- Who do I call if there is an emergency?
During normal office hours (8:00-5:00, Monday through Friday), contact Student Affairs: Erin McCormack: (801)302-2844, Corrine Padilla: (801)302-2857, John Peppinger: (801)302-2841, or Alice Nguyen: (801)302-2896. Outside of normal office hours, call the Student Life Coordinator on-call phone: (801)783-8177.
- How do I request a copy of my transcript?
Log-on to the Student Self-Service page and select "Order or track a transcript."
- How do I register for courses?
- How do I apply to walk at Commencement?
Commencement Participation Sheets, which contain information regarding involvement in the commencement ceremony and for a student's diploma, are due the quarter before you are eligible to graduate.
- Where do I submit my official transcript?
All transcripts should be mailed to:
10701 S. River Front Parkway, Suite 300
South Jordan, Utah 84095.