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The Student Development Center develops capable and trusted disciples of Christ by providing experiences through which students:

  • Connect to internal and external resources
  • Discover learning experiences in every setting
  • Identify and fulfill their divine mission

We’re here to help.

  • Advising
  • Tutoring
  • Mentoring
  • Disability Services
  • Counseling
  • Involvement – leadership and events

Our students will realize their true potential as children of God as they acquire the confidence to achieve professional success and the desire to become lifelong learners.


Tracey Anderson
Director of Student Development
This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. | (801) 524-8151



The Student Development Center (SDC) provides academic and general student development advising. The Advisors at the SDC support and guide students throughout their time at the College by helping with the following:

  • Setting general life and professional goals
  • Selecting appropriate educational courses and programs that support those goals
  • Understanding policies and procedures
  • Connecting with campus services and resources

Students can call 801-524-8151 to set an appointment to meet with their Advisor.

Advisors are each given different programs of study to ensure each student can meet with and work with a full-time employee trained in, and assigned to, their specific needs.

Medical Assisting

Medical Coding

Social Media Marketing

Professional Sales


Business Management


Project Management



IT (all emphasis)

Computer Science

Interior Design

Entrepreneurship (discontinued)

Holly Brinkerhoff

Erin Gunnell

Sarah Hintze



Free tutoring services are provided in the Student Development Center for all LDS Business College students.

There are drop-in labs for Accounting, Math and Writing located within the center. Other subjects are available by appointment.

  • One-on-one time with tutors cannot be guaranteed.
  • Students seeking assistance from tutors should have already attempted their homework assignments prior to seeking additional clarification.
  • Students may bring their homework to the center to work on so they can be close to tutors when assistance is needed.
  • Students are encouraged to form personal study groups with their classmates.



“Each of us, from time to time, is mentored and has chances to mentor."

Neal A Maxwell

Being successfully coached by a mentor is not established from a formal contract or even a verbal agreement, it’s identifying a safe person that you trust to invest in you and your willingness to be developed and give back.

A Successful Mentor:

  • Is someone you relate to
  • Is someone you want to become like
  • Inspires you
  • Shares with you the "unwritten rules"
  • Is willing to listen and soundboard with you
  • Will seek out personal mentoring and development for themselves
  • Can be a reference for you

 A Successful Mentee:

  • Values a mentor’s time and experience
  • Will remember and respond to counsel given
  • Seeks for ways to be a benefit to their mentor
  • Has a positive attitude
  • Is willing to change and develop
  • Strives to be a resource and mentor to others around them
  • Is willing to be vulnerable and open about challenges
  • Thoughtfully prepares and asks meaningful, inspired questions with the intent to act

To learn more about mentoring options at LDSBC, contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


Disability Services

LDS Business College (LDSBC) provides reasonable academic modifications for students with disabilities according to Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973. It is the responsibility of the student to self-identify and provide proper documentation in order for LDSBC to provide adequate academic modifications. The type of documentation required, as well as what is considered current documentation, depends on the individual and the nature of the disability.

Services are individualized based on what reasonable modifications the student needs to ensure that the student has equal access to the educational and administrative services and programs offered at LDSBC. There is no predetermined list of modifications for any particular disability. Modifications are determined through an interactive process that begins during a student’s intake interview with the disability services representative. Modification decisions are based on the impact of a student’s disability, any relevant academic policies, and an assessment of the essential outcomes of a course or program of study.

Temporary medical conditions such as broken limbs, surgery, flu, and pregnancy are not usually considered disabilities. However, these students may visit with a disability services representative to brainstorm options for handling their situation. Services provided by disability services (e.g., note taker, exam reader/scribe) may be considered; however, documentation from the treating physician will be required to continue the intake process.


All inquiries and requests should be submitted to: 

LDS Business College 

Student Development Center

95 North 300 West 

Salt Lake City, UT 84101 

Phone: 801-524-8151 

Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Fax: 801-524-1900 


How do I get started? (link to pdf called "Getting Started with Disability Services")

Other questions? (for students) (link to pdf called "Disability and Modification FAQ—for students")

Other questions? (for faculty) (link to "Disability and Modification FAQ—for teachers" )



Disability Information Questionnaire (link to pdf called "Disability Information Questionnaire")

Disability Documentation Form (link to PDF called "Disability Documentation Form")

Release of information form—to LDSBC (link to pdf called "Permission to Release Information to LDSBC")

Release of information form—from LDSBC  (link to pdf called "Permission to Release Information from LDSBC")


Counseling services

LDSBC offers a short-term counseling assessment to determine the best resources, support and outside services to fit student’s needs. Students suffering with mental health, behavioral issues, or life challenges are encouraged to take advantage of this assessment. If they require more than short-term support, they will be referred to outside counseling services that can best support them in their goals.


Workshops regarding topics such as stress management, time management, available support services, and more are regularly offered. Available times can be found through the online campus calendar.


Counseling appointments available Mon-Fri 8-5 by calling (801) 524-8151


If you are experiencing a mental health or psychological emergency, please use the following 24 hour emergency numbers:


Phone number

Life threatening emergencies


National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

(800) 273-8255

or text HOME to 741741 for text line

University of Utah Neuropsychiatric Institute (UNI)

(801) 587-3000

Salt Lake Behavioral Health

(801) 264-6000


In selecting any of the links listed on this page you will be leaving LDS Business College's website.  Because rapid, unexpected changes can occur with other websites at any time, neither LDS Business College or the Student Development Center endorse these sites, nor are we able to guarantee that the information provided is accurate or timely.


Other resources

The LDS Church's Mental Health website (link to

Mental Health Resources from 211 (link to

Mental Health Screening (link to


Specific Topics--Self-Help Resources

Anxiety Disorder (link to:

Attention Deficit Disorder (link to:

Autism Spectrum Disorder (link to:

Bipolar Disorder (link to:

Borderline Personality Disorder (link to:

Depression (link to:

Eating Disorders (link to:

Healthy Relationships (link to:

Meditation Apps and Resources

Aura (link to:

Breathe2Relax (link to:

Calm (link to:

Happify (link to:

Headspace (link to:

Insight Timer (link to:

Meditation Oasis (link to:

Omvana (link to:

Pacifica (link to:

Stop, Breathe, & Think (link to:

Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (link to:

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (link to:

Schizophrenia (link to:
Stress and Anxiety (link to:

Suicide Prevention (link to: