• Khalert Village

    University of UtahSalt Lake City, UT

  • Overall Dorm Grade

    • B
      Location on Campus
    • A
      Dorm Common Areas
    • A
      Proximity to Dining
    • A
      Independent Study Space
    • B
      Room Size
    • A
      Wifi Connectivity

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  • About Khalert Village

    Kahlert Village is a beautiful, modern residential community, as of 2021 one of the newest buildings on campus. As a first year dorm, Kahlert is home to approximately 990 first-year students. Kahlert features four themed-living communities to help first year students become more engaged with their campus community. The building features suite-style configurations along with more traditional single and double occupancy rooms. Kahlert Village has a great location in the heart of campus. Amenities include an in dorm full service dining hall and communal study and work spaces available to students. This community requires a meal plan for residents.

    Gender: Coed
    Residents: Freshman, Undergraduate Student
  • Resident Reviews of Khalert Village

    • Freshman  |  October 15
      Overall Dorm Grade

      New and modern dorm. A large common area with a full kitchen for the entire floor and then two nice sized common room areas with a microwave and large fridge for each of the 3 wings. Urban bytes is just downstairs as well as shake smart, honors market, and Miller cafe less than a 5 minute walk away. The Adobe center is located on the first floor of Khalert, and is a great alternative to walking 10 minutes to get to the library. The suite bathrooms are a decent size, with a pretty large separate room for the toilet and an area with 2 curtains for the shower and a place to dry off and change. It is also less than a 5 minute walk to the Huntsman Center, soccer field, and the TRAX. One major con is that it is a 15 or more minute walk to get to most classes, but pretty much all housing at Utah is that far away or more. The beds aren’t terrible, but a mattress topper is highly recommended. And finally, the walls are definitely not sound proof whatsoever, and you can hear people running through the halls and yelling at 2am pretty often.

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