The goal of Brigham Young University-Idaho Housing is to provide all students with safe and appropriate housing, a peaceful environment, and adequate supervision. All single students must live at home with parents or in approved housing that is limited either to the Brigham Young University-Idaho on-campus residence halls or units on the Brigham Young University-Idaho approved off-campus housing list.
The Brigham Young University-Idaho on-campus residence halls are located convenient to the campus. Parking and utilities are provided with these facilities. Each apartment has a telephone from which local calls may be made without charge. Long distance calls are billable.
Reservations for on-campus housing are made on a first-come first-serve basis. Check our web site for contract options and costs.
The application payment for first-time applicants is $175 and should be sent with the studentís name, social security number, semester(s) attending, home address, and phone number to:
Brigham Young University-Idaho
For on-line applications see http://www.byui.edu/housing
On-Campus Cooking Style
Four residents share the cost of food, do their own cooking, and furnish their own dishes and cooking utensils. Dishwasher & microwave are provided in a furnished two-bedroom, carpeted apartment. A lofted bed with desk and dresser is provided for each resident.
(Women in Perkins, Kerr, Barnes, and Ricks for fall & winter only)
(Men in Ricks for summer only)
Meal plan information is available on-line at http://www.byui.edu/manwaring/galley.htm
Women - Six women share a carpeted and furnished three-bedroom apartment with living room, double-sink bathroom, high-efficiency closets with built in dressers, and small refrigerator/freezer/microwave. A lofted bed and desk is available for each resident.
Men - Two men share a carpeted room with a sink and mirror, extra-long twin-size beds, small refrigerator/freezer/microwave, built-in dressers and desks. Large main lounge includes pool table, ping-pong, foosball, air hockey, and large screen TV with surround sound.
A list of approved off-campus housing is maintained on-line at by the Housing Office with information about price, facilities, furnishings, etc. Students desiring off-campus housing must make arrangements directly with the landlords.
The on-campus, cooking-style residence halls are open during the summer for both men and women students. Contact Food Services for summer meal plan options at (208) 496-2251. Some off-campus housing is also available. A list of available housing may be obtained from the Housing Office or visit us on-line at http://www.byui.edu/housing.
Newly remodeled, two-bedroom furnished apartments are available for families on campus. Rent includes utilities, heat, and local telephone. A laundry room is available, as well as, two lounges to provide open space for children to play (when attended by an adult) or to hold group and ward gatherings. In addition, newly constructed two and three bedroom units will be available in 2004. To be placed on a waiting list for on-campus family housing, send a check payable to BYU-Idaho for $25 along with the studentís name, social security number, spouseís name, address, and telephone number(s). An application form is available on-line at http://www.byui.edu/housing. There is a variety of off-campus, family apartments available in Rexburg. A list of information concerning off-campus apartments may be obtained from the Housing Office.
For additional information write:
Brigham Young University-Idaho