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The university's approximately 560-acre main campus includes 300 buildings: 80 for academic programs, 64 for administrative and auxiliary services and 150 for housing.
Some of the most notable buildings on campus are the Carillon Bell Tower, the J. Willard Marriott Center, the state-of-the-art BYU Broadcasting Building, and at the heart of campus—the Harold B. Lee Library.
Located in Provo, Utah, the BYU campus covers over 560 acres and includes 311 buildings. Visitors to BYU are frequently impressed by the campus’s beauty and cleanliness. With the majestic Wasatch mountain range as a backdrop, it’s no wonder students from all over the world are attracted to this unique environment.