Housing & Residential Education offers the following optional services to students living on campus. These optional services are available to help you expand your space, cater to your lifestyle or give you peace of mind. You can sign up for these services through Housing U in CIS upon reserving your room, in person in the HRE office, or by sending us an email. Please note, not all services are available in all communities. HRE shall provide utilities (electricity, gas, water, sewer, trash). Technology connection options (internet, wireless, internet television, cable television) differ by housing location (see the housing application for details).
Pricing for the 2018-2019 year and 2019-2020 is built into the drop downs. As your Move In day approaches, we encourage you to communicate with your future roommates regarding who will be responsible for which item(s).
Pricing for Summer 2019can be found here: Summer 2019 Optional Services Rates
Volume: 4.3 cubic feet
*style and color may vary
2018-2019 Academic Year: $116/academic year ($58 per semester)
2019-2020 Academic Year: $120/academic year ($60 per semester)
Available at: Heritage Commons, the Marriott Honors Community, Downtown Commons, Lassonde Studios, and U of U at Block 44.
2018-2019 Academic Year: $54/academic year ($27 per semester)
2019-2020 Academic Year: $56/academic year ($28 per semester)
Microwaves are currently available to residents in community kitchenettes in the following areas:
- Officers Circle
- Chapel Glen
- Gateway Heights
- Sage Point
- Lassonde Studios
Microwaves are currently available to residents in their apartment kitchen in the following areas:
- Downtown Commons
- Marriott Honors Community
- Lassonde Studios
- Benchmark Plaza
- Shoreline Ridge
2018-2019 Academic Year: $50/ academic year ($25 per semester)
2019-2020 Academic Year: $52/ academic year ($26 per semester)
Available at: Heritage Commons (Officers Circle residents are able to purchase storage in Gateway Heights located across the street), the Marriott Honors Community and Lassonde Studios.
Bed without loft (dimensions under bed)
Height: 8″ or 19.5″ (two positions)
Bed with loft (dimensions under bed)
Height: 44″ or 55.5″ (two positions)
2018-2019 Academic Year and 2019-2020 Academic Year: No Charge for Lofting Service, *while supplies last, available on a first come first served basis
Available at: Heritage Commons.
2018-2019 and 2019-2020 Academic Year Set Up Fee: $170
Available at: Heritage Commons (Chapel Glen, Gateway Heights, Sage Point, Officers Circle, Benchmark Plaza, and Shoreline Ridge)
*Students must supply their own phone
*style and color may vary
2018-2019 Academic Year: $122/academic year ($61 per semester)
2019-2020 Academic Year: $128/academic year ($64 per semester)
Available at: Heritage Commons, the Marriott Honors Community, Cedar Court 700, U of U at Block 44, Downtown Commons and Lassonde Studios.
Important Note: If you change rooms there will be a $23 labor fee to move the safe.
Height: 7′ 6″
Depth: 2′ 10″
2018-2019 Academic Year: $140/academic year ($70 per semester)
2019-2020 Academic Year: $146/academic year ($73 per semester)
You can conveniently reserve and purchase a bedding kit that includes (blanket, one set of sheets (flat and fitted), pillow, pillow case, towel, wash cloth) which will be delivered to your room prior to move in.
2018-2019 Academic Year: $87
2018-2019 Academic Year: $90
Available at: Heritage Commons, Cedar Court 700, U of U at Block 44, the Marriott Honors Community, Downtown Commons and Lassonde Studios
Everyone at the University of Utah is encouraged to prepare to for potential disasters they may encounter at any time with no warning. Students are allowed and encouraged to prepare and bring their own emergency preparedness kits. Just remember if you plan to keep these kits in your rooms to leave out prohibited items such as candles, flares, certain knives, etc.
Housing & Residential Education has purchased emergency kits from an outside vendor to sell to students at cost. These kits contain items that are allowed in our facilities. When purchased, the emergency kit will be placed in the student’s room prior to their arrival on campus and billed to a student’s account.
You can have a 24-hour kit delivered to your room that will include the basics to survive in case of an emergency. The kit includes:
- 1: 3,600 calorie food bar
- 3: Hard candies
- 3: Bottled water
- 3: Hand & body warmer
- 1: Emergency poncho
- 1: Emergency sleeping bag
- 15 in 1 strike-anywhere matches
- 1: Survival whistle
- 1: Light stick
- 1: LED flashlight with batteries
- 1: First-Aid items
- 1: Tissue pack
- 1: Medium backpack
2018-2019 Academic Year: $40
2019-2020 Academic Year: $42
Available at: Heritage Commons, Cedar Court 700, U of U at Block 44, the Marriott Honors Community, Downtown Commons and Lassonde Studios.
U of U at Block 44
Garage parking is available on a first come first served basis for residents in Block 44. Parking stalls will be assigned for a fee of $60/month. Students will be given a parking fob to access the garage and a permit tag to place in their vehicle. Guests or residents without a Block 44 parking permit should use street parking, not the garage. Vehicles parked in the garage without a permit will be towed at the owner’s expense. Students interested in a parking space at Block 44 can request a spot by completing the online form below.
Cedar Court 700
Residents can purchase a parking pass to park in the lots near Cedar Court 700 for a fee of $3/year. Parking permits can be purchased through Commuter Services.
Downtown Commons 1 & 2 offer free parking. All lots include security cameras. At Downtown Commons 2, you have the option to pay for gated parking. Please contact your Community Manager to receive access to DTC 2 gated parking if you are interested.
What about renter’s insurance? Renter’s insurance is required at U of U at Block 44, but Housing & Residential Education encourages all students to explore getting rental insurance regardless of whether you live on or off campus. Renters insurance typically insures your personal property for loss or damage while living on campus, and many times companies offer discounted student renters insurance plans. Renters insurance can also be available through some homeowners policies as a rider. If you choose a space in U of U at Block 44, here is what you will need to do:
- You will be required to provide proof of renters insurance before moving in. This may be an additional cost outside of HRE Billing for these spaces, renters insurance cannot be purchased through HRE.
- Renter’s insurance should cover your personal property located at U of U at Block 44, and general liability. General liability coverage may be satisfied by a student providing proof of coverage under a parent’s homeowner extension. Renter’s insurance should name student and the University of Utah (Housing & Residential Education) as additional interested parties on their renter’s insurance policies.
- Proof of renters insurance for U of U at Block 44 should be submitted through our website, here: