About Neumont University

Academic Goals

  • Provide a learning environment which emphasizes accountability and achievement by encouraging students to take active ownership of their education.
  • Facilitate learning by building and applying best practices in project-based learning, problem-based learning, competency-based assessments, and teaching effectiveness.
  • Create opportunities for students to develop and practice effective collaboration and communication skills.
  • Encourage creativity and individual development through rich project experiences.
  • Focus on improving learning, teaching, and assessment techniques.
  • Foster relationships with industry experts and professionals to merge authentic and current professional practices into curriculum standards.
  • Support students in the development of independent learning capacity to create life-long learners.
  • Help students enter the workplace as productive, competent professionals with the skills and experience necessary to succeed.

Student Affairs Goals

  • Help students transition to an intensive, accelerated, project-based learning environment that is more academically engaging and challenging than their previous educational environment.
  • Recognize students who demonstrate self-discipline, motivation, and academic achievement.
  • Create a student life environment that is fun and fosters leadership development, accountability, professional work standards, and ethical decision-making.
  • Provide a secure living environment conducive to academic success, at a reasonable price, with activities conducive to the personal and social growth of all residents.
  • Enable individual success through academic and non-academic advising, referrals to community resources, student life programming, and educational accommodations for students with documented disabilities.
  • Inspire life-long community engagement through active participation in the Neumont and surrounding communities.
  • Plan and execute campus events that contribute to the college experience including commencement, orientation, and community activities
  • Guide students through the registration process to ensure they make appropriate course selections that will enhance and further their academic development.

    Legal Control

    Neumont University is owned and operated by Neumont University, LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Neumont Holding Company, LLC, both Delaware limited liability companies whose principal offices are located at 143 South Main Street, Salt Lake City, Utah, 84111. Neumont Holding Company, LLC officers include Edward H. Levine, President of Neumont University.


    Neumont University is a post-secondary institution accredited by the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools (ACICS) to award Bachelor of Science and Master of Science degrees. ACICS is listed as a nationally recognized accrediting agency by the U.S. Department of Education and is recognized by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation. ACICS is located at 750 First Street, NE Suite 980, Washington, D.C. 20002; and may be contacted via www.acics.org or by phone at: (202) 336-6780. 

    Licensure and Approvals

    Neumont University is registered under the Utah Postsecondary Proprietary School Act (Title 13, Chapter 34, Utah Code). This registration does not mean that the state of Utah supervises, recommends, or accredits the institution. Questions about the registration of this institution should be directed to: Utah Division of Consumer Protection, Heber Wells Building, Second Floor, 160 East 300 South, SM Box 146705, Salt Lake City, Utah 84114-6704. (801) 530-6601.

    Student Complaints and Grievances

    Generally, complaints should be directed to the Office of Student Affairs. If the Office of Student Affairs is not able to address the student’s complaint, the student may seek additional assistance from the following:

    Academic concerns: Office of Academic Operations

    Operational and financial issues or concerns: Office of the President

    If a student believes that the University has not adequately addressed a complaint or concern, the student may consider contacting the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools at 750 First Street, N.E., Suite 980, Washington, DC 20002-4241, (202) 336-6780(202) 336-6780. Students may also contact the Utah State Commission on Post-secondary Education at the Heber Wells Building, Second Floor, 160 East 300 South, SM Box 146705, Salt Lake City, UT 84114-6704, (801) 530-6601(801) 530-6601.

    Students will NOT be subject to unfair actions as a result of initiating a complaint.

    Campus Location

    The Neumont University campus and corporate offices are located at 143 South Main Street, Salt Lake City, Utah 84111.

    Definition of Academic Credit and Credit Hour

    Neumont University awards credits using the quarter credit system as defined by ACICS, its accrediting body, and as approved by the U.S. Department of Education.

    The number of credit hours awarded for a Neumont course is determined by the types and lengths of activities that occur within that course. Courses are comprised of a variety of teaching and learning techniques including: classroom lecture and direct instruction activities, outside study, reading and other assignments, laboratory or project work, and, in some cases, practicum or externship experience.

    One quarter credit hour equals, at a minimum, 10 classroom hours of lecture, 20 hours of laboratory, and 30 hours of practicum. The formula for calculating the number of quarter credit hours for each course is: (hours of lecture/10) + (hours of lab/20) + (hours of practicum/30).