David B. Haight Center


The David B. Haight Center is the oldest state-built residence in Utah. It was built by the Territory of Utah as a model farm house, but for nearly a century it was the home of the President of Utah State.

The David B. Haight Center provides a beautiful gathering place for alumni, faculty, staff, students, and members of the community to rent for banquets, reunions, meetings, recitals, clubs, and parties. It also serves as a wonderful venue for weddings and receptions.

Meeting events are held in the President's Hall (2400 sq ft, room dimensions 40' x 60' with 14' ceiling), which seats 150 persons theater style or 120 persons banquet (rounds of eight). The patio and garden areas are the perfect setting for weddings and receptions.