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Welcome to Off-Campus Housing!

Updated Student Housing Policy

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Housing Petition and Documentation

Petition for an exception to the requirement (only for students in their first two semesters) to live (1) in BYU On-Campus Housing, (2) in BYU Off-Campus Contracted Housing, or (3) with qualifying family members.

Submit Petition

Students living with qualifying family members must submit documentation.

Submit Documentation

Students who are not admitted to BYU but are attending BYU Hawaii, BYU Idaho, or Ensign College may live in BYU Off-Campus Contracted Housing after submitting proof of enrollment.

BYU Salt Lake Center, BYU Flex GE, and BYU English Language Center students may live in BYU Off-Campus Contracted Housing and may need to submit documentation.

Submit Proof of Enrollment

Students who are trying to sell their contract for an Off-Campus BYU-contracted property may submit a request to have their contract posted under the available bedspaces pages on the BYU Residence Life website.

Request Contract Posting

Student Housing Policy Announcement

For more information on the changes to the Student Housing Policy, please visit the links on the right.

For further questions, the Off-Campus Housing Office staff is available to respond to your questions in person, by email, and by phone.

We can be contacted:

  • By Email: at
  • By Phone: at (801) 422 1513 or
  • In the office at C-141 ASB during business hours, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday-Friday.

Frequently Asked Questions
Letter to Students
Letter to Landlords

Frequently Viewed Pages

Conflict Resolution

The Center for Conflict Resolution has a variety of resources to assist people stuck in a conflict, including information about consultations, mediation, arbitration, and recommended reading.

Housing Handbook

This handbook is to define university policies pertaining to its Off-Campus Housing Program and to promote a good environment for its single students living off-campus.