Graduate Housing

GRADUATE HOUSING


Housing & Residential Education is able to support graduate students in multiple housing locations. Graduate students need to maintain continuous enrollment throughout the academic year and summer. We encourage you to explore the varying housing options for graduate students below. For rates, please visit our RATES PAGE.
Block 44 exterior view from 400 South

U OF U AT BLOCK 44

Academic Year 2020-2021, Spring 2020

The U of U Apartments at Block 44 include studio, one-, and two-bedroom apartments. Private bedrooms and shared bedrooms are available. Each apartment will hold between one to two students, depending on room types. Each apartment includes a shared kitchen, private or shared bathrooms, and a shared living room. Kitchens include a full-size refrigerator, microwave, sink, oven, stove, and a dishwasher. Furnishings: Kitchen counter stools, a sectional, bed-frame, mattress, desk/nightstand, desk chair, and a chest of drawers are included.

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Downtown Commons

Downtown Commons 2

Academic Year 2020-2021, Spring 2020

Downtown Commons 2 features single, two-bedroom apartments. Each space also includes a shared kitchen, bathroom and living room. Please note, these apartment communities are located in downtown Salt Lake City and not on the University of Utah campus. Individuals who live in these apartments are not required to have a meal plan, but may select one if they would like.

* Summer 2020 note: DTC 2 will feature two-person shared bedrooms.

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Exterior view of Downtown Commons 1

Downtown Commons 1

Academic Year 2020-2021, Spring 2020

The Downtown Commons 1 apartments include private bedrooms within two- or three-bedroom apartments. Each space also includes a shared kitchen, bathroom, and living room. Please note, these apartment communities are located in downtown Salt Lake City and not on the University of Utah campus. Individuals who live in these apartments are not required to have a meal plan, but may select one if they would like.

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Lassonde

Lassonde Studios

Academic Year 2020-2021, Spring 2020

Lassonde Studios opened in the Fall of 2016, and is home for 412 student entrepreneurs and innovators. This is a place where students from any major or year can “Live. Create. Launch.” The building features cluster, loft, and pod style living options.  Residents can engage with a community of makers on the four themed maker lounges in the building.

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Shoreline Ridge

Shoreline Ridge

Academic Year 2020-2021

Shoreline Ridge features two-, three-, and four-bedroom apartments. Shoreline apartments offer full-size kitchens, private bedrooms, and spacious common areas. Shoreline is close to our dining center, student solar plaza, outdoor basketball and volleyball courts, and plenty of hiking trails out the backdoor.

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Roommate Matching Policies

Students living on campus are not separated based on race, religion, nationality, sexual orientation, or ability. Students who prefer gender-inclusive housing can Click Here to learn more. Students have the ability to create roommate groups in their housing applications if they know specific people they would like to live with. For students that don't create roommate groups, or if their roommate group isn't able to be accommodated, roommate profiles can be used to match students with similar living preferences. Please note: Housing & Residential Education does not match or assign roommates. Waitlist offers are sent as spaces become available.