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- To apply to LDS Business College, follow the link to besmart.com and click on the Apply Here or Check Application Status block. Your student will create a Net ID as part of the application process. All application materials must be received 10 days before the semester begins. Once the application is complete, the student will be notified by e-mail that an admissions decision has been made.
- LDS Business College is an open admissions institution. The ACT or SAT exam is not required for admission; although one is required for freshman scholarships. Students who have not taken the ACT or SAT will take the COMPASS test for placement in math and English classes. Applicants must also submit an ecclesiastical endorsement from their LDS bishop and stake presidency.
Home School Students
Home school, private school, charter school, and public school diplomas are only accepted from schools accredited with the following accrediting organizations:
- Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Higher Education
- New England Association of Schools and Colleges Commission on Higher Education
- North Central Association of Colleges and Schools Commission of Higher Education
- Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities (NWCC)
- Northwest Accreditation Commission (NWAC)
- Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges
- Western Association of Schools and College Accrediting Commission for Senior Colleges and Universities
Students whose program is not accredited with one of the above organizations, will be required to submit one of the following for the academic portion for admission review:
- G.E.D. (more information at www.acenet.edu) All scores (sub-scores and sum score) must be passing to be eligible for admission to LDS Business College as a New Freshman or Transfer student with less than 24 credits.
- ACT. All sub-scores (English, Math, Reading, Science Reasoning) must be a 17 or higher. Scores lower than 17 do not meet our minimum requirement. Please note, use of the ACT test may or may not qualify you for financial aid. Please contact the Financial Aid office at 801-524-8111 for additional information.
- The Freshman Scholarship application is part of the online Be Smart admission application to LDS Business College. To apply for freshman awards, submit Parts 1-7of the Application for Admission and Scholarships, transcript, ACT or SAT score, and pay $35 application fee. Check the Freshman Scholarship box on Part 2 of the Online Application . Remember, the deadline is March 1.
- No; however, there are various privately-owned apartment units near LDS Business College that are either within walking distance or are close to public transportation. LDS Business College can help you find housing that has been pre-approved by our Housing Office for your student. For a list of approved housing visit www.ldsbc.edu/housing or call (801) 524-8180.
- The cost of attending LDS Business College is comparatively low due to the generous subsidy of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Public and private scholarships as well as funding from state and federal sources are in place to assist students with the cost of their education. Students are strongly encouraged to explore all routes of potential aid.
- LDS Business College Scholarships: The College offers a variety of scholarships ranging from $300 to full tuition. For more information, visit the Scholarship page.
- Financial Aid: Federal financial aid is available to qualifying students. Federal aid may include grants and/or student loans. For application instructions and eligibility requirements, visit the Financial Aid web site.
- Tuition: It's important to know the costs of attending college as students plan their college careers. Please click here for information regarding our tuition rates, deadlines, and medical insurance information.
- The Associate of Science in General Studies degree and the Associate of Science in Integrated Studies degree are transferable to all four-year institutions in Utah that are accredited by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities. These degrees have been designed specifically to meet the general education requirements of those institutions but are recognized by accredited colleges and universities throughout the United States. We recommend students complete their Associates of Science degree before transferring onto a four-year college or university.
- Integrated Studies is a powerful program that combines career skills with preparation to transfer to a four-year institution. It combines with any two- or one-year program offered at the College and is a great way to prepare to earn while you learn. Click here to learn more.
- The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has always maintained that education is not complete without the study of religion. For this reason, religion courses are provided so students may gain an increased knowledge and conviction of the gospel of Jesus Christ along with their technical and academic education. Because regular gospel study should be a continuous part of a student’s college experience, the ideal is to take one religion class each semester.
- LDS Business College is a unique institution of higher learning. This is not just a college; it is a house of learning, dedicated by a prophet of God for sacred purposes. The Honor Code enhances your student’s ability to learn while it protects the College’s distinctive spiritual environment. To learn specifically about the Honor Code and Dress & Grooming standards click here.
- Concurrent enrollment credit earned at other regionally accredited colleges or universities that meet the general education requirements of LDS Business College is normally accepted if grades of C- or better have been earned and a official transcript of the college or university is submitted.
- We also accept Advanced Placement credit. Click here for a list of AP exams and the credit that can be earned at LDS Business College.
- There are various employment opportunities for students attending LDS Business College. Not only are there multiple off-campus employment opportunities within minutes of LDS Business College, but on-campus student employment available located on the LDSBC campus as well as Temple Square. The goal of LDS Business College is to prepare students for productive careers. To that end, we strongly encourage that all students, international and domestic, find appropriate and legal work opportunities while completing their degrees. To review available on-campus student employment opportunities visit the Academic and Career Advising Center located on the 4th floor of the College or call (801) 524-8151.
- LDS Business College provides accommodations for students with documented disabilities so that they may operate on an equal level with all students in their academic pursuits. Students must provide the Learning Assistance Lab director with written verification of their disability, issued by a qualified medical or psychological professional. This documentation should include evidence of testing, diagnosis, prognosis, and recommended accommodations. Upon meeting with the Learning Assistance Lab director, actual accommodations are determined on the basis of the verified disability and are provided in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) requirements. All contact with, and information supplied to the director is kept strictly confidential. For further information click here.
- The LDS Business College is committed to helping students remain safe and secure while they are here. As in any other location, good personal safety habits are essential to your safety. The LDS Business College is patrolled twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week by officers of the CSD (Church Security Department), which has a close working relationship with the Salt Lake City Police Department. Additionally, a link has been provided to a comprehensive report on campus security, including a review of the policies and resources in much greater detail. Click here to view our Campus Security Policy as well as our Campus Security Report.
- A complete program list and information click here
- Course descriptions click here
- When classes are offered click here
- Catalog requirements, click on the Programs tab and select the program of interest
- New incoming freshmen with no transfer credit needing academic advising for their first semester can contact our Admissions Office at (801) 524-8145 to schedule an appointment with an advisor.
- Transfer students needing advisement should contact our Academic and Advisement Center at (801) 524-8151 to make an appointment.
- To access our Academic Calendar click here
- Click here to ask any question not covered above.