2017/2018 Costs of Attendance
Planning is an important part of your financial path here at BYU. Begin by looking at the average costs of attending BYU.

Students at CES Schools enjoy subsidized tuition that allows them access to a more affordable higher education. Recently, Forbes magazine ranked BYU as the #2 Best Value College in America.

The chart below reflects full-time undergraduate enrollment only.  For other enrollment combinations, please visit https://finserve.byu.edu/content/tuition-and-general-fees#t1 

Cost of Attendance at BYU 2017 - 2018

 Two Semesters Undergraduate 

LDS Tuition

5,460

Fixed cost based on full-time enrollment


Non-LDS Tuition

10,920

Fixed cost based on full-time enrollment


Room and Board

7,530

Undergrad based on Helaman Halls shared room

and Dining Plus meal plan.  Cost varies depending

on student's choice of on- or off-campus housing.


Books and Supplies*

824

Cost varies depending on requirements for

enrolled courses


Personal Expenses**

2,228

Cost varies depending on personal spending choices


Transportation

2,328

Cost varies depending on method of transportation


Loan Fees

60



LDS total:

18,430

Non-LDS total:

23,890

*Computer allowance: If your total aid has met the cost of attendance limit but you still have Direct Loan eligibility, a one-time increase to the cost of attendance of up to $1,000 is permitted for the purchase of a computer.  For details, please make an appointment with a OneStop counselor at (801) 422-4104.

**Personal expenses include the cost of the BYU student health plan for a single student. The BYU student health plan is required if you are not covered by another annual policy. Students are billed each semester and term for the entire academic year, including future periods of non-attendance.

BYU tuition and costs are comparable with other CES Schools.
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BYU-Idaho
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