The new facility will cover 16,000 square feet, occupying the second floor of a new building just completed as part of the Legend Hills development.
Staff members will pack up their offices on Friday, Dec. 1, so that classes can resume Monday at the new campus.
The new campus will have expanded degree programs, such as mental health, technology and education. Classes will be equipped with digital projection units and enhanced Internet capabilities.
"Ogden has been a great home for the university for more than 16 years and we are sorry to leave," says Darris Howe, vice president and director of the university's Utah campus.
"But more and more we are finding that students prefer to attend campuses closer to their homes so that once they have finished evening classes, their commute is shorter. Our new campus will allow us to reach more students with an even greater educational experience," he says.
Other campuses of the university are in Taylorsville, Murray, Provo and St. George. It is part of the largest private accredited university in North America, with more than 323,000 students.