Lodging & Meals


There is no BYU on-campus housing available for the 2020 workshop. However, a limited number of shared hotel rooms are available at the Residence Inn Marriott for $55/per person per night. Each "one-bedroom king room" has a king bed and a pull-out, full-size sofa bed. Or, you can reserve your own room for $110/night. To reserve a shared room or a private room, contact weston.wride@marriott.com or call him directly at 801.607.9503. (Women will share a room with a female roommate only, men will share a room with a male roommate only.) This offer ends July 6 or when the hotel reservation block is filled.

Other Area Hotels

To view information about several local hotels, see the following link: www.utahvalley.com.

The workshop is open to women and men age 18 and older. Many of the classes are hands-on and require full concentration. Infants, including nursing babies and young children, will not be admitted to workshop sessions.


Workshop participants may eat at any cafeteria or food outlet on campus and pay by check, cash, or major credit card. The following are the most conveniently located to workshop classes:

Wilkinson Student Center

Harris Fine Arts Center

  • Vending machines (located in the tunnel of the HFAC; includes microwave)

Museum of Art

Creamery on Ninth  & Helaman Halls Creamery (at the Cannon Center)

The Commons at the Cannon Center  

  • Cannon Center (located in the middle of Helaman Halls. Hours available online)
    • The Cannon Center is used by other camps during the summer and can have long wait times to get in during peak hours. Please plan accordingly by going for meals early or allowing for long waits.