Westminster College, Salt Lake City, welcomes its first freshman class with more students from out-of-state than from Utah. From Delaware to California, to as far as Rwanda and across Malaysia, students traveled across the globe to attend the state's only private, comprehensive liberal arts college. This year's out-of-state freshmen come from 35 states and 15 countries. Since 2--4, enrollment at Westminster has grown more than 30 percent.
Westminster, a liberal arts college in Salt Lake City, has appointed Linda Muir director for the Institute for New Enterprise, which helps individuals create organizations that promote independence and self-sufficiency. Muir has marketing experience with corporations such as Franklin Covey, Intel and Bell and Howell, and also started and worked in several small new business ventures. She was the first director of the Miller Business Innovation Center, a business incubator that she modeled into a center that provides resources to effectively and efficiently launch new business ventures. Muir is a founding member of the Women Technology Council and sits on the Utah Business Lending Corp. credit committee.