The Lodge (Male Housing)

  • Coin operated laundry
  • TV room
  • Two common-area kitchens (one per floor)
  • Off-street, curbside parking
  • Refrigerator in each room
  • Microwave oven in each room
  • Individual heating and cooling
  • Electronic door locks
  • $300 per month
  • $300 Security Deposit
  • $50 Application Fee
  • Contracts are semester to semester
  • No utility charges
  • No parking fees
Location of The Lodge:
144 W North Temple
Salt Lake City, UT 84103
To Contact:

(801) 606-2413

Because dormitory-style housing includes no personal food preparation facilities, all applicants to PRI housing are required to make a $500 dining services payment to LDS Business College as a condition of being eligible to live in The Lodge. The student resident is issued an electronic card with a $500 balance that is usable at the LDS Business College Carriage Café.

More detailed explanation of terms and conditions can be found at the BC Café site, the FAQs, and on the policy page.

The Lodge is a Church-owned property located in close proximity to Temple Square, the Family History Library, the Church Museum, and the world headquarters of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. The residents of The Lodge are in a location that is highly visible to a large number of visitors to the Salt Lake area and the Church in particular. The Lodge has been made available to the students of LDS Business College with the understanding that those who reside there will adhere fully to the commitment they have made to observe the Honor Code, the dress and grooming standards, and the Residential Living Guidelines, and to conduct themselves at all times in accordance with the standards of the Church. Please carefully review the required commitment you have made and be sure you are fully comfortable with it before you apply for residency in The Lodge. There is a high expectation that you will fulfill it completely.

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