LEGAL DISCLOSURES AND SELECT INSTITUTIONAL POLICIES

General Admission Policies 

LDS Business College (LDSBC) exists to provide an education in an atmosphere consistent with the ideals and principles of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Therefore, admission preference is reserved for members of the Church in good standing. 

Federal Disclosure 

As required by federal law (e.g., Title VI, Title IX, and Section 504), LDSBC does not unlawfully discriminate against applicants for admission based upon race, color, national origin, religion, sex, age, disability, genetic information, or veteran status who meet the requirements, who agree to abide by the LDSBC Honor Code, and who are otherwise qualified based upon available space. The requirement not to discriminate extends to admission and employment. 

Questions about unlawful discrimination on the basis of sex may be referred to the college's Title IX coordinator. Questions about unlawful discrimination on any other basis listed above may be referred to the college's equal opportunity manager. 

 

Title IX Coordinator

Equal Opportunity Manager

David Brooksby 
95 N 300 W 
Salt Lake City, UT 84101 
dbrooksby@ldsbc.edu 
(801) 524-8157 

Brady Kimber 
95 N 300 W 
Salt Lake City, UT 84101 
bkimber3@ldsbc.edu 
(801) 524-8171 

 

Complaints of unlawful discrimination may also be referred to the U.S. Department of Education's Office for Civil Rights. 
Individuals with disabilities or those who may require special accommodations should contact the relevant office:

  • LDSBC: (801) 524-1916 (voice) 

Clery Act 

As required by federal law, LDS Business College publishes an annual security report and fire safety report, which is made available to prospective students. The report for LDSBC is available online at the following link:   

Institutional Policies 

For more information on the policies of LDS Business College regarding early admission, please contact the admissions office at LDSBC. 

Applicants for admission are required to obtain an ecclesiastical endorsement. An individual wishing to apply for admission who is currently excommunicated, disfellowshipped, on probation with, or disaffiliated from the Church, or who otherwise lacks an ecclesiastical endorsement, may request an exception to this policy. The burden of persuasion is upon the applicant to clearly demonstrate to the university through the information submitted that the relevant facts and circumstances warrant an exception to this policy. Requests for exception should be directed to the Office of the President.

LDSBC is affiliated with The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints' Church Educational System (CES). It is the policy of CES to share educational records with its affiliates. Student records confidentiality policies are printed in each institution's catalog. 

Failure to provide complete and accurate information may result in rejection of an application for admission or dismissal from the college. 

Under certain circumstances, students may defer enrollment for a mission. Please contact the admissions office for more information.