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Brigham Young University - Hawaii Campus - Campus Life

Environment | Campus Description | Housing | Regulations | Student Employment


  • The Western region of the country constitute a vast majority of U.S. students.
  • The campus area is 60 acres.
  • Campus is located more than one mile from a city or town.

Campus Description and Transportation Services
60-acre campus in Laie (population: 3,500), 35 miles from Honolulu.
Major airport serves Honolulu. Public transportation serves campus.


Types of Housing

  • Women's Dorms are used by 50% of the on-campus students.
  • Men's Dorms are used by 29% of the on-campus students.
  • On-campus Married-student housing.
  • 62% of all students live in school housing of some type.
  • 38% of all students live off campus or commute.
  • On average, 72% of all students are on campus during the weekend.
Students who are required to live on campus:
  • All freshmen must live on campus.
Campus housing is available for all unmarried students regardless of year.

Campus Rules, Regulations & Policies

  • All students may have cars on campus.
  • Alcohol is not permitted on campus, even to those students of legal drinking age.

Other Policies

  • Dress/hair Code
  • Honor Code
  • Hazing Prohibited

Student Employment

  • 45% of full-time undergraduates work on campus during the year.
  • Undergraduates may expect to earn, on average, $4000 per year working part-time on campus.
  • This school participates in College Work/Study Program.
  • Institutional employment is available.
  • Part-time off-campus employment opportunities are excellent.
  • Freshmen are not discouraged from working during first term.