Stumped for what to get grandma this year? Trying to make your Cougar Cash spread far enough to give gifts to cousins too? Have a BYU fan on your list who already seems to have everything blue?
The BYU Gift Guide is here to help you find something for everyone on your list and within whatever budget, all located within the 550 acres of campus (and many purchasable online).
Gift a summer learning experience for the teen in your life. Start by educating yourself on the camps and classes for teens and young adults, such as BYU Test Prep, Mission Ready and Remix Vocal Academy. Information on the mode of delivery and availability of each camp can be found on each program’s website.
Your significant other who is always cheering on the team:
Give the sports-loving BYU fan in your life something to look forward to with a BYU Tickets gift card. When season and single-game tickets are back for basketball, volleyball, gymnastics, football and more, they’ll be able to jump right back into the action.
The reader on your list:
Those who love to learn will appreciate a subscription to the BYU Studies Quarterly journal, a publication of scholarly religious literature. With special deals for BYU employees, BYU students, and on gift subscriptions, BYU Studies Quarterly is available in print or online for Apple and Android devices.
The Sunday School teacher in your life:
Give the gift of knowledge this year. The Maxwell Institute published a series of brief theological introductions to books in the Book of Mormon, each written by Latter-day Saint scholars from a wide range of academic disciplines. Each author brings their personal and doctrinal faith commitments to bear on a book of scripture.
Your sibling who cooks for the crew, but deserves a break from the kitchen:
Give a break from dinner prep and kitchen clean-up with catering from BYU Food-to-Go. Whether they are too busy to cook Christmas dinner or just need to bring a dessert to a New Year's party, ordering from BYU Food-to-Go catering makes feeding the family this season easy. Yes, even the mint brownies (and many other desserts) are available for gifting.
Your neighbor who knows and appreciates the difference between Monet and Manet:
Class up your gift-giving this year with a visit to, the Museum of Art Store your source for truly unique stocking stuffers, international nativity sets, books, games and framed or unframed giclee prints of popular artworks such as Brian Kershisnik's “Nativity” and Carl Bloch's “Christ Healing the Sick at the Pool of Bethesda.” The Museum of Art Store is also the only place to find a handful of popular prints such as Frans Schwartz's “Agony in the Garden.”
Your interior decorator who loves a fresh pop of color:
Arrangements from Campus Floral will brighten a room, party or loved one’s day. The shop also makes stunning holiday wreaths, banners, centerpieces and just about any arrangement you can dream up if you're trying to deck the halls at home or send love from afar.
Your twenty-something who brings home laundry and only eats ramen:
Skip the mall and give your BYU college student something they will really get some use from: cash, as in Cougar Cash, money deposited directly to the student’s ID that can be used for contactless payment at locations all across campus, including the BYU Store, the CougarEat and all Creamery locations.
Anyone who is still on your list and everyone on your list who bleeds blue:
Need more gift ideas? Head over to the BYU Store for stocking stuffers, candy, LDS and religious books and art, Cougar gear, BYU Christmas ornaments, men’s and women’s clothing and more. The store also offers free gift wrapping for items over $5.