Location
Salt Lake City, UT
Undergrads
1,589
Tuition
$3,060
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Reviews 184 total reviews with an average rating of 4.0

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4 College Junior

Overall Experience: I love attending LDSBC. I love the spirit here and it's small enough that your teachers know you and are better able to help. I love the practicality of the material taught.

4 College Junior

Facilities: I think it's great because you are given everything you need to be successful.

4 College Junior

Student Body: I enjoy the students here. It is a very friendly atmosphere and most are outgoing and want to get to know you.

4 College Junior

Academic Flexibility: My teachers were great to work with. They were willing to make accommodations if something came up.

4 College Junior

Career Services: The thing that I love the most about the career center is that they offer the strengths assessment from Gallup. It is an amazing tool and helps you learn a lot about yourself.

4 College Junior

Tuition & Financial Aid: I was able to get the money from tuition assistance in a timely manner

4 College Junior

Campus Resources: I really enjoy using the library and the resources there. There are computers, wifi, tutors and study rooms available for use.

4 College Junior

Campus Resources: There's almost always a computer available with the software needed to complete assignments. There is also wifi available.

4 College Junior

Online Courses: It was good. It taught me how to present myself through creating a resume and cover letter and developing my interviewing skills.

4 College Sophomore

Tuition & Financial Aid: This school offers many great scholarships, and if I qualified for grants, then I wouldn't have to work as many hours to pay for school. I will graduate from this school with a two year degree paying almost the cost of my next University's cost for one semester.

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3 College Sophomore

Career Services: All I know is that when you transfer to another school, you can apply for a scholarship from this school.

3 College Sophomore

Student Body: I go to school at night, and I have noticed that most of the students who attend evening classes are married for the most part. This is all fine and well, except that I am a single guy and I feel like I am missing the social aspect since almost everyone is married.

3 College Sophomore

Academic Experience: I am in the general business transfer program, which has a great set of courses to prepare me to go to a University, at a fraction of the cost. Unfortunately, the recommended course load is about 17 credits a semester in order to finish with a two year degree in 4 semesters. Well many of us work full-time in order to pay for school, and 17 credits and full-time work doesn't' work. I feel like there needs to be one class fewer in the program.

4 College Sophomore

Academic Experience: The school has a great general business program. I came to this school not really sure what I wanted to go in to for a career, and now that I've been here for almost 2 years, I really want to go into business management and I feel like this school has put me in the path of passionate accountants who help me understand the finance side of business, as well as other professors really helping me understand so many different aspects of running a business.

4 College Sophomore

Facilities: The entire campus is small and so everything is close. You can get a schedule lined up so that you don't have to run all around all the time in order to get to class on time. The entire 9th floor is tutoring and they have some great tutors in there. We have computer labs on almost every floor and they are usually not too crowded.

3 College Sophomore

Online Courses: we only have very limited online options, and two of my classes were both online and offline at the same time, which demanded way too much time.

4 College Sophomore

Academic Flexibility: This school is really nice and a great start into how to balance life, a career, and relationships. I have learned the importance of study, hard work, and giving my very best effort. There are definitely times when I feel a little overwhelmed, but I also realize that this is college and what happens when you try to work full-time to pay for school and also go to school full-time. The Professors are great and really care about the students and want everyone to be successful. They are all very experienced in their fields and carry that passion with them.

5 College Senior

Overall Experience: LDSBC has offered more than just an opportunity to advance in my career, they have uplifted me and made me feel like an important individual. I was not very strong in the church before coming to this school and as I prepare to leave I have to say I wish this was a four year University. It's a spectacular experience.

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4 College Senior

Online Courses: If you happen to be taking an online class, and yet still attend the school on a separate day it's great. Because, there are a handful of tutors available that can help you with your homework, if you get confused on a certain issue or problem.

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4 College Senior

Facilities: It's a small campus with approximately 2,700 students. You see familiar faces all the time. There are plenty of spaces to study with your friends and if you prefer to be in quite spaces there is a huge outdoor facility where you can sit while looking at the nature around you, also the library is usually pretty quite. Devotionals are given weekly for motivation and inspiration to students, use that to your advantage. Also, career conferences are occasionally offered to help expand your network and possibly find a better job.

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5 College Senior

Academic Flexibility: Since being at LDS BC I have been in one car accident and I was married. The professors waved my homework both times telling me not to stress and that I could make up the points in another assignment. There are approximately three choices per class when it comes to scheduling. My advice would be to sign up within the first few days when the schedule opens. Before that call Administrations and make sure that you have all the prerequisites for you to take your classes.

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5 College Senior

Tuition & Financial Aid: The school is very inexpensive. You will get your moneys worth. The financial aid and scholarship office have always been extremely helpful when I was in need or confused about particular situations. As far as I have seen, if you apply for scholarships at this school and you are genuine in your essays, you are bound to get some assistance.

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5 College Senior

Student Body: Utah is a melting pot when it comes to diversity. At the Business College, many students from different countries are offered scholarships to come here. Therefore, we have almost every ethnicity walking the campus. The majority are from the United States. However, you will just as likely see individuals from South America, Mexico, Australia and the U.K.

3 College Senior

Campus Resources: There are a few teams that the school advertises to join, but the school itself is not a sports college. However, many REC centers are close by. The Librarians are great and very helpful, and as far as the general campus aesthetics go: LDSBC gives us the feel of home. Professors care about you and your work, and students very quickly become your friends. You will soon find, if you felt lost, that almost anyone is willing to look out for you and your success in life.

4 College Senior

Campus Resources: The only negative aspect of the computer system at LDS BC is that BrainHoney, the schools homework and information system, will glitch once or twice a semester. However when that happens the professors don't expect to see homework completed the next day, they understand that you might have not seen it and thus it is pushed back a day-to a week.

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