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ALL FRESHMAN LIVING!

Did you know that Freshmen that live in a dorm environment are:

  • Better students (nearly 1/3rd of a letter grade better on average)
  • Have a better college experience
  • Meet more people and make more friends
  • More likely to earn a baccalaureate degree in 4 years
  • More involved in academic and extracurricular activities
– Alexander Astin Study – 1977,1993

Welcome Freshman!

The Freshman Living program is a unique opportunity to live within a 100 yards of UVU and find the support and structure needed to improve, social, academic, and life skills. We operate a sober living environment with an on-site program director, RA’s on every floor, healthy and fun social actives, safe community, and an environment built for academic success.  Our apartments are clean, safe and are equipped with amenities that will be managed by professionals such as a yoga instructor, personal trainer, and nutritionist.

We are adding a new sports court, sand volleyball court, and large outdoor gathering area for movies and concerts. Current amenities also include a pool, clubhouse, free high speed wi-fi, free parking and our NFL Sunday Ticket. Fill out the form on your right to learn more or call us today to schedule a tour!

Let us find the best living experience near UVU for you!

Hurry and call for our best deal of the year!

(801) 682-4177

Samantha Gosper
Program Manager of Freshman
Living at University Towers
Office Hours:
M-F: 10am–5pm
Sat:  Appointment Only
Sun: Closed

Freshman Living Program Office

The Freshman Living Program Office is located on the ground floor of the University Towers just 50 yards north of campus.

 


CONTACT

Program Director: Samantha Gosper
Email: SamanthaG@nelson-brothers.com
Phone: (801) 682-4177

HOURS

M-F: 10pm–5pm
Sat: Appointment Only
Sun: Closed

LOCATION

University Towers
630 S. 1200 W. Orem, UT 84058

I'm so glad that I decided to live with other freshman. It made adjusting to school, and friends so easy. Thanks for the great experience.
- Katie H.

Living with all of the people that I went to school with was awesome, it really helped me to make friends and find study groups.
- John W.