This campus tour is the best (online) way to experience Neumont's campus in downtown Salt Lake City, Utah. We'll walk you through the historic building, pointing out key stops along the way as well as some features that make us unique. To visit our campus IRL, please visit for information about upcoming events

Feel free to wander around the campus using the menu bar or use the arrows to follow the tour and make sure you don't miss anything.



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Welcome to Neumont

Welcome! We're glad you're here. Our campus is located in a twelve-story historic building which has been renovated to create a modern learning environment while preserving its old-world charm. Surrounded by shops, public transit, and a bustling downtown city life, the academic, student life, and administrative areas of the campus are located on the lower floors with student housing in the high rise.

Building Legacy

We preserved the original entryway built in 1924 because, well, we love it. Once home to some of the most advanced technology in the region (courtesy of the historic Salt Lake Tribune), we prefer to think of it as, "The building inherited us," instead of the other way around. Now it houses the next generation of information distribution: Computer Science.

Respect the past. Look to the future.

Front Lobby

You'll notice a striking difference once you step through the original entryway into our lobby: The hum of student activity and a clean, modern style. Our receptionist is stationed at the front desk to welcome students and visitors, sign for your Newegg orders (for the students who live upstairs), and keep tabs on what's happening everywhere on campus.

Neumont Market

How could we claim to be a coder's paradise if we didn't provide an abundance of caffeinated beverages, prepackaged meals, fruit, and snacks? The market allows students to buy such staples with a wave of their student I.D. card. Protip: Always put water in your Cup-O-Noodles before microwaving it. Always. (Don't ask.) More dining options are close-at-hand: The urban-designed Harmon's Grocery and a mall with an enormous food court are just blocks away.

Student Commons

The nerve center of campus. This is where you'll come to relax, play games (virtual and otherwise), and take a break from class work: Shoot some pool, discuss trending get the idea. You'll meet a lot of new people here - 80% of our students are from outside of Utah. It’s also the place for our quarterly student assemblies, Project Showcase, Career Week booth fair, and tons of student life events

Special Events

We aren't shy about providing extra curricular activities and events for our students and this area is adaptable to all of them. You'll come here for Career Week Tech Talks, guest speakers, Project Showcase (when students get a chance to show off their projects), Casino Night, student assemblies, and other special events. We even host gaming tournaments, hackathons, and cosplay tournaments.

Student Services

Neumont isn't for the faint-hearted. Graduating with a bachelor's degree in just 3 years is intense, and we're going to push you – hard. But we've also built a terrific support system to help you succeed. We offer on-campus academic advising, tutoring, career services, RA's, and a student advocate who is always available to help you with any challenges you might be facing - scholastic or otherwise.

Tools for Success

Your time at Neumont will be intense, but we've built a support system for our students that's second to none. Our experienced faculty teach small classes and hold office hours for one-on-one help. On-campus support also includes hands-on academic advising, student advocates, career services, and more.

Office of Financial Aid

Our Office of Financial Aid is here to help you navigate the often daunting task of paying for college. From Neumont scholarships to federal grants and loans to private loans, we'll work with you every step of the way to find a solution that works for your family. Plus at Neumont, you’ll graduate sooner than students at traditional four-year institutions, which means you could be working for a great company while your friends are still in college.

Bike Storage

Why worry about a car, gas prices, and parking? You can easily experience everything Salt Lake City has to offer on your bike. Dedicated bike lanes on the roads and bike-friendly public transportation (buses and TRAX light rail) make getting around simple and safe. Free up space in your dorm and keep your bike here instead.

Student IT Support

Every Neumont freshman is issued a professional-grade laptop, fully loaded with the most up-to-date software. Our programs move fast, so you can’t be without your laptop for long. That’s why your laptop comes with a comprehensive “bumper-to-bumper” warranty and why our student IT department works with a warranty center. If needed, we’ll even provide a loaner so you can stay on top of your coursework.

Study Pods

Sometimes you just need to throw on some music, put your head down, and get to work. Study Pods and other spaces designed for study and collaboration are spread throughout the campus. They'll help you block out distractions and focus on the work at hand.

Academic Center

The Academic Center is a place for students to study and code on their own. Open daily and available to all students, this is a quiet space for independent studying.

By Design

No, in many ways we aren't like traditional colleges. We lecture only when absolutely necessary, ignore outdated theories and methodologies, and believe the best way to learn is through rigorous, focused application of cutting-edge principles and technologies. Projects, not lectures. Relevance, not tradition.

Small Classes

Compared to the cavernous lecture halls at other colleges, Neumont's classrooms are downright cozy and that's just the way our students like it. It means our classes are small and our students are receiving one-on-one attention from our passionate faculty. The rooms themselves are decked out with the latest tech, natch.

The Bunker

The Bunker is for all things, "I don't want to work right now." Blow off some steam, pick up a controller, frag some retro arcade baddies, or dominate in foosball - and don't think about classes for a while.

Innovation Lab

Connect with other students and resources beyond our campus to turn your project idea into a viable business. Neumont will provide you with the tools you need to build prototypes, test, and apply with funding groups. Your ideas can change the world; the Innovation Lab will show you how.

Office of Admissions

On a campus full of incredibly nice people, these are the nicest. Their sole purpose is to help applicants learn about the ins and outs of Neumont: The tech-centric focus, the project-based curriculum design, the year-round academic calendar, the geeky student culture, and other important aspects of college, such as residence life, housing, student services, and more. The rule they live by: No stupid questions. So ask away!

Pure Intensity

How do you earn a four-year bachelor’s degree in computer science in only 3 years? By attending classes 5 days a week and year-round. (Don’t worry, you’ll have 3-week long breaks between each 10-week quarter.) At Neumont, you’ll get more done in a week than most college students get done in a month. Plus, we’ve created a culture around the infinite possibilities of tech with minimal distractions, so you can stay focused and get it done.

Corporate Relations

This is one of the busiest places on campus. Why? Because we actively recruit all kinds of organizations to come to campus to interview our up-and-coming graduates. We’re talking about organizations like Google, Microsoft, IBM, eBay, Amazon, as well as leading Utah companies like IHC, Workfront, Overstock, Oracle, and Dell EMC. Our Corporate Relations team also networks with businesses of all sizes to bring in new companies for Enterprise Projects, Tech Talks, and Career Fair.

Career Services

When graduation day comes (faster than you'd expect - only 3 years), Career Services is here to you get the best possible job at the best possible company. You can expect them to act as your Career Coach, which means they'll critique your resume, put you through mock interviews, give you tips on salary negotiations, and more. (Note: They don't get you a job, but they're really good at helping you get a great job.) That's one of many awesome things about Neumont: We support our students not just up until graduation, but all the way into the workplace.

Enterprise Project Rooms

These are rooms dedicated to working on your Enterprise Projects - real projects for real companies. The rooms are decked out with plenty of outlets to juice your laptops, external monitors, and even walls you can write on as you brainstorm solutions – solutions to complex software problems the tech industry is currently working on. That means priceless, real-world experience before you graduate.

3. Neumont verifies employment offer, date of employment, and job title by the company and alum in writing. This reflects the initial job offer an alum accepted before or within six months of graduation. Neumont does not conduct follow-up research on graduates’ employment status. Neumont does not guarantee employment or salary for any students past or present.

Project-based Learning

At Neumont, students start working together in teams on projects in their very first quarter. Why? Because we believe that the best way to learn how to be a software developer is to actually code. You'll start with small projects in the classroom, eventually graduating to a real-life project for a real-life employer. This isn't your "get the coffee and make copies" type of internship. This is a project where you have an objective, a deadline, and a limited set of resources to solve a complex problem for an employer using the latest technology. Which means you'll develop the practical skills and experience you'll need to thrive after graduation. It's one of the many things that makes Neumont, and its graduates, so great.

Student Lounge

In between classes and coding, you'll find students relaxing in the third floor student lounge. Because all code and no play makes for burned out developers, we offer a robust student life with clubs, orders, and activities. Current clubs include Anime Club, Overwatch Club, and Society of Women Engineers. If being in the great outdoors is more your style, check out the Outdoor Club or Ultimate Frisbee Club. Whatever your preference, there is sure to be a group for you with regularly schedule events, both on and off campus. (After class and on the weekends, of course.)

Expert Faculty

Neumont faculty walk the walk. Our instructors have worked at Fortune 500 companies like IBM and HP, U.S. Department of Defense, Disney, React Games, and other impressive places doing the same things they're going to teach you how to do. Abstract theory is great, but the practical application and real-world experience you'll get from our faculty is truly first-class.

Faculty Offices

You'll find a cluster of faculty offices here. Notice that they are conveniently located near the classrooms, so you won't have to travel far to meet with a faculty member after class. This is where faculty hold office hours, consult with their peers, prep for class, and generally keep their lives organized. And sometimes they eat lunch here, too.


The tech industry is exploding with career opportunities at companies throughout the nation. There are more than 500,000 open computing jobs and only 59,000 computer science graduates to help fill them1. Add to that an average starting salary of $66,000 a year for a computer science grad2, and it's clear that a degree from Neumont can help you land a job in tech. After all, what good is a college education if it doesn't launch your career?

1. According to the National Center for Education Statistics, there were 59,581 graduates with bachelor’s degrees in computer and information sciences in 2015. According to, which used job opening data from The Conference Board, there were 500,000 computer jobs currently available in 2015. Neumont does not guarantee employment or salary for any students past or present.

2. According to the 2018 Winter Salary Survey by the National Association of Colleges and Employers, 2018 graduates with bachelor’s degrees in computer science were projected to earn an average salary of $66,005. The projections were based on responses from 173 survey takers. Neumont does not guarantee employment or salary for any students past or present.

3. Neumont verifies employment offer, date of employment, and job title by the company and alum in writing. This reflects the initial job offer an alum accepted before or within six months of graduation. Neumont does not conduct follow-up research on graduates’ employment status. Neumont does not guarantee employment or salary for any students past or present.

"The Bridge"

This is the administrative area of Neumont. It's home to the President's Office, Human Resources, and the Executive Staff. They're the behind-the-scenes folks who make this place run and the brains behind our unique approach to education.

Oddly, nobody who works on The Bridge ever wears red shirts to work...

Open Door Policy

One huge perk to going to a small college is the individual attention you'll receive. Not just from faculty and your RA, but from administrators, too. We practice an open door policy where you can come talk to anyone who helps run Neumont - right up to (and including) the president of the school, Aaron Reed.

Tower Suites

Located right on (above) campus, this is where our upperclassmen live. The Tower Suites are seven floors of studio, one- and two-bedroom apartments with full kitchens, private bathrooms, and free washers and dryers on every floor. Shopping, restaurants, coffee shops, and grocery stores are so close you can smell the croissants from the lobby. And because you can sleep in and literally walk downstairs to class, we're giving this a convenience score of 11.

Additional Student Housing

As a freshman student, you'll likely be living in one of our newly built (and completely awesome) apartment complexes a short distance from campus (15 minutes on foot, 5 minutes by bus or light rail). Typically, you'll find four students sharing a two-bedroom, two-bathroom apartment, that comes with a full kitchen, washer/dryer, free internet, and other great amenities. And, as with all student housing, you'll find a Neumont RA close by. It's light-years better than a traditional dorm (plus, no communal bathrooms).

You'll Fit in

Neumont only has one label for its students and faculty and it's one we all wear proudly: Geek. High school cliques may continue at other colleges, but here we're all united in our passion for technology and the culture that surrounds it. Our social activities may not align with traditional colleges(no exclusive fraternities or sororities, for example), but that's fine because we aren't afraid to embrace who we are: The tech elite. You'll fit right in.

Visit Neumont

This has just been a sneak peek of life at Neumont College of Computer Science. However, our great campus, our talented faculty, and life in Salt Lake City are best experienced in person. Learn what it means to be a Neumont student and schedule your campus visit. Check out for upcoming visitation events. We can’t wait to see you on campus!

Call: 888-NEUMONT (638-6668)