This is more than just a remarkable edifice. It represents an innovative collaboration between the U and Salt Lake Community College. Some students who study in the 90,000-square-foot Juniper Building in Herriman, Utah, enroll in first- and second-year classes through SLCC before seamlessly joining upper-division courses through the U—with the option to stay on the Herriman Campus while completing their bachelor’s degrees. The first three academic programs in this unique partnership are economics; human development and family studies; and financial planning and counseling—with many more on the way. The new campus in the southwest quadrant of the Salt Lake Valley also houses the first Engage U center to help students navigate admissions, registration, and more.