Student Life in the Education PhD Programs
All Education PhD students who plan to park a car on campus will need to obtain a BYU parking permit. They may obtain a "G" parking permit by bringing a valid vehicle registration, proof of an emissions test, and their BYU student card to the traffic office in 2120 of the Jesse Knight Building. More information can be found on the BYU Parking and Traffic Services website
Student Health Center
The Student Health Center is available to all PhD students, their spouses, and their children. It is located on the corner of 900 East and University Parkway, near the MTC. Check the BYU Student Health Center site for more information.
Students enrolled in the Educational Inquiry, Measurement, and Evaluation doctoral program have access to a computer lab in 150 MCKB with four PC and four Macintosh computers. A wide array of productivity software is installed on these computers for education doctorate student use. In addition, wired and wireless connection of student laptops to the university network and the Internet are available.
Education PhD students also have access to the School of Education Teaching and Learning Support Center (TLSC) in 180 MCKB. The TLSC offers over 60 desktop computers with applications for word processing, graphic manipulation, spreadsheet design, presentation creation, audio and video editing, Internet browsing, and instant messaging. Course-specific software packages are also available. PhD students may check out digital cameras and camcorders, table computers, external drives, and various scientific probes. Wireless laptop carts may be checked out for classroom use in the building. Videotaping services are available to fulfill course requirements and individual projects.
Cougar athletes provide fans with plenty of opportunities to enjoy watching sports such as football, basketball, baseball, softball, volleyball, soccer and hockey. See BYU Sports for ticket and scheduling information.
Stakes and Wards
There are 23 student stakes and over 260 student wards, which serve both married and single students. See BYU Stakes and Wards for more information on ward boundaries and meeting times.
Student family housing is available in both Wymount Terrace and Wyview Park. These apartments come fully furnished and include commons and recreation areas. Rates vary according to the size of the unit. Visit Student Family Housing for more information.
On-campus housing for single students is available in apartment or dorm style. There are numerous locations around campus to choose from. Additional information can be found at On-campus Housing.
Plenty of off-campus BYU-approved housing for singles and families are available in the Provo area. Information on vacancies can be obtained at Off-campus Housing.