Many charges are involved in attending BYU, but tuition is one of the primary costs.
As BYU’s sponsor, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints subsidizes tuition prices with its members’ tithing funds. In principle, each student attending BYU is on scholarship.
For the 2012-2013 academic year, BYU’s undergraduate tuition for LDS students is $4,710 ($9,420 for non-LDS students), regardless of where they are from.
Considering that College Board reports the average private four-year tuition and fees as over $27,000, BYU’s price tag cannot be beat. Each year, undergraduate students at BYU pay nearly $23,000 less in tuition than other private universities.
For current tuition rates, visit tuition.byu.edu.
Dates and Deadlines
Payment deadlines, like any other deadlines, are extremely important. Late tuition payments result in registration holds and deletion of classes.
- Pay tuition one week prior to the beginning of the semester.