LDS Business College is designed for students who are looking for a skills-based education and the quickest, most economical path to their first career. We teach the skills employers have asked us to teach. That’s why they are lined up waiting to hire our graduates as soon as they graduate. If just two years to your first career sounds appealing, LDS Business College is for you.
In addition to the best, most reasonable education around, we have an Institute of Religion. Right here on campus.
God has a plan specifically for you, for your career and for your family. You just need to find out what it is and go after it. Institute can help you discover what this plan is. Join with others who face the same challenges, happiness and excitement you do as your future unfolds.
Address & Directions
LDS Business College sits three blocks west of Temple Square at:
You’ll have easy access to the city center’s malls, museums, entertainment and employment opportunities. A mass transit system (UTA) provides convenient travel to most locations in the Salt Lake valley.
View the LDS Business College campus floor plan (PDF) to see the layout of each level.
LDS Business College is an institution of higher education founded and sponsored by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. The school’s mission is to develop capable and trusted disciples of Jesus Christ. As an institution, we seek and follow the counsel and guidance of inspired leaders in harmony with The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, its purposes, and in fulfilling our stated mission.
- Strengthening faith in Jesus Christ and His restored gospel, and following His example, are at the center of all we do.
- A unique learning and teaching framework prepares confident and skillful learners with relevant, in-demand, and market-ready skills.
- Learning and teaching take place in a spiritually nourishing and uplifting environment.
- As each learner discovers their potential, they are enabled with power to act and grow; to become valuable employees, lifelong learners, and leaders in their homes, the Church and in their communities.
LDS Business College and the Church Educational System
Owned and operated by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, LDS Business College is a unit of the Church Educational System, which also includes Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah; Brigham Young University – Hawaii in Laie, Hawaii; Brigham Young University – Idaho in Rexburg, Idaho; elementary and secondary schools; and institutes of religion and seminaries around the world.
Facts & Figures
Scholarships, Financial Aid & Tuition
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.
The College offers a variety of scholarships ranging from $300 to full tuition. For more information, visit the Scholarship page.
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 page.
It’s important to know the costs of attending college as you plan your college career. For information regarding our tuition rates, deadlines, and medical insurance information, visit the Tuition page.
LDS Business College is accredited by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities (NWCCU), an institutional accrediting body recognized by the U.S. Department of Education. The regional institutional accreditation by NWCCU for LDS Business College allows the Medical Assistant graduate to obtain postgraduate credential. MA graduates qualify for the Registered Medical Assistant exam (RMA) through the American Medical Technologists (AMT).
Veterans Education Benefits
Degree programs at LDS Business College are approved by the state-approving agency for the enrollment of persons eligible to receive education benefits from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (DVA).