Living in Utah

Skiing in Utah

Ask a newcomer to describe Utah residents and you'll hear words like friendly, industrious, and young. Ask Utah economists to describe Utah's population and they'll say healthy.

Information courtesy of The Salt Lake Chamber of Business.

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Recreation & Tourism:

Utah is known for majestic national parks and boundless mountain and desert activities. Utah also boasts over a dozen ski resorts with seven resorts less than an hour's drive from the Salt Lake International Airport. The venues used throughout the 2002 Olympic Winter Games are now available to the general public for winter and summer adventures.

Recreation and Tourism

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Education:

Utah ranks among the leading states in the educational attainment of its population. The state's system of public and private education offers a high-quality educational experience for the nearly one-half million students in elementary and secondary education.

Employees of University of Utah enjoy reduced tuition for themselves, spouses and dependents at the University of Utah. In addition, tuition reimbursement is available for those seeking degrees in nursing.

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Local Accommodations:

Below is a sampling of lodging accommodations in Salt Lake City who may provide special rates for those who identify themselves as persons conducting business with the University Hospital.

  • Marriott University Park Hotel 480 Wakara Way, Salt Lake City Phone (801) 581-1000, Toll free 800-637-4390
  • University Guest House 110 South Douglas Blvd, Salt Lake City Phone (801) 587-1000