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143 South Main Street
Salt Lake City, UT, 84111
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Neumont College of Computer Science was founded in Salt Lake City, Utah in 2003, to fill the growing national demand for industry-ready technology professionals by offering bachelor’s degree in three years that immerses students in a rigorous, project-based curriculum. This blog serves as a platform to publish and share, news, reviews, and stories from Utah's best kept tech secret. 



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2016 Freshman Orientation at Neumont University

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Freshman Orientation for the Class of 2019 is almost here! And we couldn't be more excited to welcome our newest cohort to Salt Lake City! 

Students and their parent(s)/guardian(s) will begin their Neumont adventure will Housing Move-in Day on Friday, September 16.

The next morning on Saturday, September 17, we'll host a series of short presentations at the Little America Hotel. New students are required to this Orientation Kickoff event and encouraged to ask questions. While families get their questions answered by a panel of staff, freshmen will pick up their new laptop, books, and ID badge at the university's 143 South Main Street campus. 

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The orienting will then continue with a Housing Orientation for all students living in Neumont University sponsored housing around downtown Salt Lake City. All freshmen are required to live in student housing unless an exemption is granted by the Dean of Students. 

Finally, freshmen will settle in with a week of Freshman Seminar. Monday through Friday, students will take a class designed to introduce them to Neumont's hands-on approach to learning, programming, each other, and Salt Lake City. The course consists of lectures, team-based projects, panels, and more. 

After a full week of getting acquainted with all things Neumont, classes will start for all students on Monday, September 26. We'll see you then!

Mark Your Calendar: The Deadline to Finalize Your Place in #Neumont19 is Nearly Here

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On Monday, August 1, Neumont University's Class of 2019 will complete some of the last steps needed to finalize their seats (and laptops) on campus this coming September. The final steps include:

Completing Financial Aid. Students will need to finalize their payment plan for college after submitting a FAFSA and Financial Aid Application. Our Office of Financial Aid works closely with every student to ensure all scholarships, grants, and loans are complete. 

Registering for Student  Housing. All freshman students at Neumont are required to live in university-sponsored housing for their first four quarters of attendance (unless an exemption is granted by the Dean of Students). Freshman must complete a housing application to help us learn more about you and pair you with your future roommates and pay a housing deposit to hold your apartment. Housing Move-in is Friday, September 16. You will receive your housing assignment and roommate information in mid-August. 

Submit Final Official Transcripts. Now that freshman have completed high school, it's time to submit official transcripts. These must be mailed to: 

Neumont University
Office of Admissions: Records
143 South Main Street
Salt Lake City, UT 84111

RSVP for Freshman Orientation: Now that everything else is complete, freshmen need to let us know they (and their parent(s) or guardian(s)) will be joining us on Saturday, September 17 for Orientation Kickoff. At this event, freshman will receive their laptop and books. Additionally, it's a time for students and their families to hear an overview of Neumont University, including resources that are available to help students succeed. 

Complete all of these steps on the Accepted Student Portal. If you need any help at all or would like to request an extension on the deadline, please contact your Admissions Officer. 

Once all of these steps are completed, future freshman can relax, kickback and enjoy the rest of their summer. We'll see you in September!