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Epicenter at the University of Utah

The Impact & Prosperity Epicenter at the University of Utah is designed to inspire and equip a diverse group of students and professionals driven by a shared vision and mission for the betterment of people and the planet.

Located in the heart of campus, the Epicenter is being developed as the newest living-learning community at the U. Residents will work alongside staff from the Center for Business, Health, and Prosperity and Sorenson Impact Center to inspire, innovate, and drive change in the world. The Epicenter is seeded by the generous contributions of anchor donations from Jim Sorenson and Robert and Lynette Gay.

The building features six stories of residential living with a variety of room typologies to suit the individual needs of students at different stages in their academic career. Residents will converge in the Forum, the dedicated gathering space that brings together a broad community of students and practitioners united by a passion for change.

Where Will the Epicenter be Located?

The Epicenter will be to the east of Lassonde Studios with the intention of generating a strong connection with the Lassonde Entrepreneur Institute. The main entry to the building is located along HPER Mall on the south side of the site. View map here.

Contact Us

Have questions or want to join the community? Email us at epicenter@utah.edu or call 801-213-1704.

 

Impact & Prosperity Epicenter, University of Utah

Epicenter Facts

Preparing students to be powerful global citizens and community leaders

  • Opening August 2024
  • Located in the center of campus between Lassonde Studios and the Student Life Center
  • Highlighted by the Forum, a dedicated gathering space on the first floor that will bring together students and practitioners united by a passion for change
  • Featuring 775 resident beds in these room typologies: 8-bedroom apartments, 4-bedroom apartments, Doubles, Singles, and Pod Studios featuring private sleeping pods with adjacent community lounges