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    Sublets Overview at BYU

    💰On average, sublets near BYU is $1,087/mo. BYU sublets are cheaper than the national monthly average of $3,369/mo.

    🚲 In total, there are 0 student sublets available near BYU.

    🎓When students are not searching for sublets, they can choose between any of BYU's 21 on-campus dorms. The most popular dorms at Brigham Young University are Bendick Arms, Budge Hall, C. Chipman Hall.

    BYU Student Housing FAQs

    What are the options for student housing near Brigham Young University?
    There are multiple options for student housing near BYU. These include on-campus housing, off-campus apartments and houses, and private student housing complexes

    How much does student housing near BYU usually cost?
    The cost of student housing near BYU varies depending on the location and amenities offered. On-campus housing can range from $2,000 to $4,000 per semester, while off-campus options may cost anywhere from $400 to $1,200 per month

    Is it necessary to have a roommate when living in student housing near BYU?
    Whether or not having a roommate is necessary depends on the type of housing chosen. On-campus housing typically requires that students have a roommate, while private student housing complexes may offer the option of living alone or with others. Off-campus apartments and houses are often shared with other roommates
    Brigham Young University Off-Campus Housing Guide

    Students going to Brigham Young University (BYU) have the luxury of experiencing both city life and beautiful natural surroundings. Based in Provo, Utah, the university gives access to a downtown area full of unique shops and international restaurants but also sits nearby to lakes and mountains for students to explore.


    The living situation for BYU students wanting to live off-campus is a bit different than at other universities. Undergraduate single students are required to live in BYU contracted housing unless they fill out a valid waiver to live off-campus. Students who are married do not have to abide by this rule and can live outside of BYU contracted housing. Graduate students are also not required to live in contracted housing. BYU contracted housing generally falls in the areas directly outside the university and roughly between the parameters of Center Street, 500 West, Foothill Drive, and 2230 North.

    Edgemont is a neighborhood that many students find appealing for its proximity to the university. While it hosts some older residents, students looking for a peaceful place to live may appreciate the slower pace of life. It is also nearby to shops like Sprout's Farmer's Market and is designed for walking.

    Grand View North is a neighborhood that sits just west of the university. It is home to lots of parks that are perfect for jogging and walking around. It is known for more upscale living so residents can expect a higher price tag than some other neighborhoods.

    Grand View South is in a similar location to Grand View North, just a little further south as the name suggests. Again, it is relatively close to the university which provides easy access to classes. Grand View South is also known for its peaceful residents and upscale living. Many consider this to be one of the safest neighborhoods.

    Little Rock Canyon is a neighborhood that sits north of BYU. Students may find it appealing because it is a young, thriving community that hosts lots of young adults. The average age is much lower than that of other neighborhoods. The downside is that it is further away than other neighborhoods.


    Provo is quite diverse and offers a large selection of international restaurants to choose from. Many of these are in the downtown area. Some favorite restaurants include Black Sheep Café, Bombay House, K's Japanese Kitchen, and many more. Keeping in line with the international theme, another top restaurant in Provo is Tuscanos Brazilian Grill. Do not push aside American food completely, however, another favorite is a place called Communal Restaurant which serves contemporary American cuisine. Make sure you do not forget dessert; another popular spot for students is The Creamery which is an ice cream shop run by BYU.


    Provo has some parking woes so it may be in your best interest to look for alternative transportation when trying to get to campus. Walking, biking, or electric scooters are good options for students that live close enough to the university. The UVX bus service, a shuttle around campus and the surrounding areas are free for students with ID. Students also receive free UTA passes for other bus routes.


    Provo has strict parking guidelines for residents and non-residents. The designated parking areas are Foothill Park, North Joaquin, Pleasant View, and University Garden. Foothill Park and University Garden require additional permits to park there. These can be acquired by going to their respective websites. People parking in areas that are not permitted, or parking without a permit, are subject to being towed or booted.

    BYU students must buy parking permits through Brigham Young University to park on campus. These generally are semester-long permits that allow students to park in marked “Y” lots.


    Provo is generally described as safe by its residents. As always, make sure to stay aware of your surroundings and always practice safety by taking precautions, especially at night or in unknown areas.

    Students may be interested in downloading BYU's Virtual Safewalk app which allows university police to virtually “walk” them through areas and ensure their safety. Alongside this, students can also use in-person escort services from the university police. These services are available Fall and Winter semester from 7 p.m. to 6 a.m., seven days a week, Spring and Summer from 9:30 p.m. to 6 a.m., seven days a week.


    Much of Provo's best shopping can be found along Center Street which is home to unique boutiques and quirky shops. Alongside these shops, students can also find fun things to do like karaoke at Heart and Soul or making soap at the Soap Factory. Many students also love to take advantage of Provo's beautiful surroundings and go hiking on weekends.

    The nearest grocery stores to the university and surrounding areas are Sprouts, Trader Joe's, and South End Market. Provo also holds farmers' markets on Thursdays from August through October.

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