How Does BYU's Living Costs Compare to Other Colleges?
Did you know there are added costs in addition to tuition to go to college? Investigate just how much extra cost of living is at BYU.
How Room & Board Affects Your College Costs
It is necessary to be aware of the many expenses associated with your college career so you're able to prepare appropriately. The cost of housing, meal plans, and supplies really can add up after 4 years (or maybe more)! Make the best financial decision for yourself by taking these costs into account.
Room and Board Costs & Expenses
Brigham Young University - Provo offers students a blended housing and dining plan. The on-campus cost for a standard student was $7,330 in 2015 - 2016.
Find out Brigham Young University - Provo costs for both on-campus and off-campus housing, and dining plans along with charges in the the next table.
|Expense||On Campus||Off Campus|
|Room and Board||$7,330||$7,330|
|Other Living Expenses||$4,438||$4,480|
|Books and Supplies||$800||$800|
Over 4 Years You Will Spend About $51,894 on Housing, Food and Other Stuff
On-campus housing and dining at BYU have changed an average of 0.7% for each year of the past five years. This years' incoming freshmen should expect to spend roughly $12,798 for housing and dining expenses based on existing movements. Two-year students might pay around $12,914 in their last year, while those pursuing a bachelor's degree are going to shell out $13,032 for their last year.
Students obtaining their bachelor's degree will wind up spending a total sum of $51,894 in living costs by the time they complete their degree, while students obtaining their associates degree will pay a total sum of $25,712.
Details on Living On Campus
|Are Freshmen Required to Live On Campus?||No|
|On-Campus Housing Capacity||6,302|
|Max Number of Meal-Plan Meals Per Week||N/A|
Below Average Campus Costs
BYU students pay only $12,568 to live on campus. A great deal considering the average price is $13,996.