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Visiting BYU–Hawaii


Due to COVID-19, we will not be conducting any tours for the remainder of the year until further notice. Please check our website for future updates regarding campus tours, or email us at

If you have any questions about attending BYU–Hawaii, please contact the Admissions division in the Hoʻokele Department at, or explore our prospective student page. We apologize for any inconvenience and look forward to when we can hold tours again in the future.


Parking for visitors is available in the main parking lot at the front of the campus. No permit is required. Parking in the Little Circle, Big Circle, and student parking lots between the residence halls is reserved for staff and students and is by permit only.

Places to Eat


Club Dining: Whether it's breakfast, lunch or dinner, anyone with an appetite is welcome to come in for an all-you-can-eat meal. Featuring special made-to-order entrees, an International Corner, complete salad bar, home-style meals, and soup du jour, The Club has a selection that's right for you. View hours and prices.

The Seasider: Located in the Aloha Center Mall, The Seasider offers a variety of grilled favorites, refreshing frozen treats, an array of healthy options from our delicious deli, a scrumptious salad bar, or our sizzling stir-fry made to order. For those on the go, we offer an assorted selection of appetizing “grab-to-go” items and select foods from our varying specialty bars.

Laie Shopping Center

  • Taco Bell
  • Seven Brothers
  • Pizza Hut
  • Laie Chop Suey
  • Subway
  • L & L Drive Inn
  • Foodland Supermarket

Laie Community


BYU–Hawaii does not typically provide housing for non-students and visitors. Visitors may look at options at Courtyard Marriott or Turtle Bay.

Other Attractions