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Cost of Attendance

Every college is required to have an official Cost of Attendance. The Cost of Attendance for the academic year is used to calculate eligibility for federal grant and loan programs.

BYU is required to publish an official cost of attendance to calculate federal financial aid. Your actual cost of attendance may vary depending on the different choices you make for housing, books, transportation, and personal expenses. The BYU Financial Fitness Center offers tips on how to manage your finances while in school. BYU also offers employment opportunities for students. Many students find that they are able to pay for school through different combinations of employment, family assistance, savings, and financial aid.

Federal Pell Grants, in combination with scholarships, can be awarded up to and beyond your Cost of Attendance. Federal or private loans cannot exceed your Cost of Attendance.


2021-2022 COST OF ATTENDANCE

*This cart reflects full-time enrollment costs only
2021-2022 Cost of Attendance

Two Semesters Undergraduate Graduate Marriott/Law EMBA
Latter-day Saint Tuition
Fixed cost based on full-time enrollment
$6,120 $7,700 $14,208 $24,000
Non-Latter-day Saint Tuition
Fixed cost based on full-time enrollment
$12,240 $15,400 $28,416 $24,000
Room and Board
Undergrad based on Helaman Halls shared room
with sink and Dining Plus plan.
Cost varies depending on student’s choice of 
on-or off-campus housing.
$8,048 $13,648 $13,648 $13,648
Books and Supplies
Cost varies depending on requirements for 
enrolled courses.
$912 $912 $2,008 $0 (included in tuition)
Personal Expenses
Cost varies depending on personal spending choices
$2,456 $3,952 $3,952 $3,952
Transportation $2,560 $3,072 $3,072 $3,072
Loan Fees $60 $184 $184 $184
Latter-day Saint Total $20,156 $29,468 $37,072 $44,856
Non-Latter-day Saint Total $26,276 $37,168 $51,280 $44,856