Why should I live at Stadium Terrace Apartments?

1. The Value. We believe that you get more for your money at Stadium 150 than at any other apartment complex in Provo. In terms of location, price, and amenities, Stadium 150 really is the best place to live on the north side of the BYU campus. In each six-person apartment, there are two refrigerators; there is an inexpensive on-site coin-laundry; there is a large clubhouse with a flat-screen TV, piano, and ping-pong table. (2) Second, the people here are amazing. This complex tends to attract tenants who are engaged in life while still serious about their studies and who develop life-long friendships. Also, the staff here are friendly and eager to help your stay be as enjoyable as possible.

How much is rent?

Rent depends on your contract period.

Do I pay for anything besides rent?

The only thing you pay besides your monthly rent is $50 flat rate for certain utilities. This is a fixed cost which breaks down to $35 for gas and electricity, and a $15 Communications fee which covers internet, at a total of $50.

What LDS wards does the complex include?

The complex takes in part of the LDS YSA 257 Ward (Apartments 4-11, 31-38, and 40-44) and the LDS YSA 258 Ward (Apartments 1-3, 12-17, 18-29, and 39)

How do I apply?

Applying is simple online! Click here to apply.

How do I file a maintenance request?

Please login to your resident portal to submit your maintenance request.

What is the internet like?

We use the same internet provider as BYU. At each desk, a tenant can hardline in at the provided Ethernet port via an Ethernet cable (to be provided by the tenant) and will typically experience speeds over 700 Mbps. In addition, we have Wi-Fi routers positioned throughout the complex that any tenant can use. Depending on current usage (e.g., how many tenants are on each router and what they are using the internet for), Wi-Fi speeds range between 5 to 200 Mbps. Please understand that our intent in providing internet is to enable students to be able to complete their needed studies and assignments. We do not claim to offer high-speed internet and we discourage tenants streaming video or gaming via the Wi-Fi because it has a tendency prevent others from using it. We also do not allow tenants to set up their own Wi-Fi networks.

Beyond my own personal belongings, what should I bring with me when I move in?

We recommend you bring the following items with you when you move in:

(1) Twin-sized bedding (sheets, blankets, etc.)

(2) Your own pillow(s)

(3) Bath Towel(s)

(4) Wash rags

(5) Basic eating utensils and dishes (plates, cups, knives, forks, spoons, bowls, basic pots and pans, etc.)

(6) Basic cleaning supplies

(7) 6’ or shorter Ethernet cable (to utilize the Ethernet port located at your desk)

We do not provide the following, but in many cases these items may already in the apartment:

(1) Brooms

(2) Mops

(3) Waste baskets

(4) Floor mats

(5) Shower curtains

If possible, we recommend you check with you roommates to see if you will need to bring any of these items or any other “communal” items with you.

Floor Plans

Check out our 3 different floor plan layouts to choose from.  Our shared apartments come fully furnished and are designed for today’s student.