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I rented from 2013-2014. It's called Glenhood for a reason. It was pretty social down in the hood but for the price, the rooms should have been WAY bigger. If you can, try to get the remodeled upgraded apartment, they are nice.

I rented from fall '10 through spring '11.

I paid monthly rent of $282 during fall/winter for a shared room

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I paid monthly rent of $282 during spring/summer for a shared room

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This apartment gave me AIDS. Nuff said.

I rented from summer '11 through summer '11.

I paid monthly rent of $165 during spring/summer for a shared room

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DO NOT LIVE HERE. The manager, Christa Hines, is horrible. While living here she made and accident with my deposit charging me two deposits and then refused to pay me one back and on top of that I only ended up getting half of the other one. She is horrible to work with. There are so many hidden fees, every semester you will be charged a $35 non refundable fee for cleaning that they don't tell you about. For the $210 they make per apartment off that you do not receive hardly any cleaning. On top of that they will lead you to believe that your utilities will be $15 per month but at the end of every semester you will receive another bill for excess utilities every semester. If they screw up your billing even once like they do with most people you will end up spending far more than just $285 per month. Plan to spend closer to $320 and for that price you should save yourself the hassle of dealing with horrible management, filthy and incredibly outdated apartment, black mold on the ceilings, clogged drains, and everything else and just live somewhere that's actually worth that much money. Furthermore, Glenwood is entirely paid off and for how much the owners make they do not put any of it back into the apartments. The main benefits are the wards are great, social life is good, and the maintenance crew is quick. Altogether, it's the worst place I lived in Provo and despite the positive attributes, it is not worth your money or trouble.

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Parking is TERRIBLE! Just because you live there, doesn't guarantee a parking spot. Average age is 18-22. Great location. Close to BYU campus. Wards are very friendly if you put forth effort to get involved. Front office is terrible. They will ding you for everything. Check what you're paying for because frequently a "accidental charge" would be on my account.

I rented from winter '11 through spring '11.

I paid monthly rent of $282 during fall/winter for a shared room

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I paid monthly rent of $282 during spring/summer for a shared room

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You get what you pay for. Pretty good location if you are going to the tanner building.

I rented from fall '10 through winter '11.

I paid monthly rent of $260 during fall/winter for a shared room

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I hate glenwood. The apartments were way too small for six people. I hated the fact taht I rarely had any privacy. Everyone says glenwood is super social, but I would never want to socialize with the people that live there. Most people seriously act like they're 13 and were incapable of growing up, it's ridiculous. Maybe that's because it's a younger crowd, I don't know. Everything, and I seriously mean everything broke - shower, stove, microwave, fridge; you name it, it didn't work at some point. I didn't like walking far to campus, but you can't really change the location of the complex. Some of the RAs were cool, but most of them were major tools. It's kind of dirty, too. When I moved out, I moved my bed up against the wall and I found mold growing under my bed (I'm a super clean person, I have no idea how mold got there). Overall, I just didn't like it. You can find so much better for the same price.

I rented from fall '10 through fall '11.

I paid monthly rent of $280 during fall/winter for a shared room

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I paid monthly rent of $180 during spring/summer for a shared room

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This place was amazing with very chill people and lots of parking for the spring and summer with pool parties and free food on the weekends. Everyone was super chill and I had fun, But the downside came when it got closer to fall. I had way too many roommates, and there just is not enough space for 6 girls. Our fridge is too small, you have to limit the amount of groceries you buy. If you want to park at your building you can forget about that and park underground or at the overflow lot. And with 5 other roommates, especially girls you don't know what you're gonna get, especially when they dominate the space because they've lived there before. When I tried to move out a couple months before the spring semester ended, the girls in the other apartment kept giving me excuses why I couldn't move there even though I was distressed and very depressed at my old apartment. The landlord was great though and offered to help me this whole time, but I never want to share a space with 5-6 other girls ever again.

I paid monthly rent of $285 during fall/winter for a shared room

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I paid monthly rent of $180 during spring/summer for a private room

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The worst part about this place is it's reputation and the location. The social life however is one of the best you'll ever find at BYU. The Indoor hallways that connect the male and female parts of the building are ideal. The management always took care of us and the price was pretty good too.

I rented from fall '10 through winter '11.

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I hate glenwood. They said they ran out of parking passes so I had to park like a mile away from my own apartment. What kind of apartment complex denies their tenants parking passes? The apartments are terrible and all smell like hamster cages, and that is coming from someone that just got off their mission in Mexico. It was a very bad experience. Dont live here.

I rented from winter '11 through fall '11.

I paid monthly rent of $300 during fall/winter for a shared room

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Glenwood has been by far the worst apartment complex to live in. The wards are so great and what kept me here. The internet is the terrible, the managers are even worse. Surprise fees all over, no follow up on work orders or fixes, managers don\'t care and are lazy. Assess fees because they don\'t want to work. Their computer program to calculate rent is always screwed up so be careful if you live here that you look at every charge. BEWARE OF LIVING HERE!!!

I rented from spring '10 through fall '11.

I paid monthly rent of $300 during fall/winter for a shared room

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I paid monthly rent of $150 during spring/summer for a shared room

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I love Glenwood! Great people and great wards. What more do you need? We had some issues with internet, but they seem to be ironed out. Management is really nice and willing to help with anything! Seriously consider Glenwood!

I rented from fall '10 through spring '11.

I paid monthly rent of $280 during fall/winter for a shared room

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I paid monthly rent of $140 during spring/summer for a shared room

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Don\'t stay here. Seriously it\'s a dumpy place and they try to rob you of any money they can. I paid 200 dollars for my deposit and only got 60 back because they charged me for damages on our rooms desk that were there when we moved in. When I called to try and get it back they didn\'t do anything for me. You might get a parking pass and might not. When I came to the office 4 times throughout the semester to get a parking pass they just said they were out. So I parked at the Marriott the entire semester.

You can find better for the price.

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I looked through the comments below and seems like they\'re a bit dated. I\'ve been here for a year from Spring 2012 to Spring 2013 and seen some changes around Glenwood. They re-paved the entire place and so it\'s much smoother now. They bought new leather couches for the apartments. They actually hire people to come and clean apartments for you once in a while and therefore there\'s almost no clean check ever. The cleaning check is not very hard either, due to my cool RA. I don\'t have to carry keys everywhere because they use doorcode instead of key.

A few things I notice that Glenwood is not good about. They perform routine inspections but obviously there\'re things they don\'t see. My living-room window is quite foggy and can\'t be clean, but I guess that\'s minor. What annoys me A LOT lately is the Internet. They\'ve been trying to fix it up and down but I still have problems with it everyday. 2 driers (out of 6) in the laundry room are broken but Glenwood is too poor to fix them right now.

Ok price for 6-people apartment. Average distance to campus. Close to Macey the grocery store. Quite social. People get engaged a lot. Bad internet. Good parking

I paid monthly rent of $270 during fall/winter for a shared room

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glen\"hood\" is rockin\'! literally, but we had to purchase the rocking chair. it has plenty of parking (mind you aren\'t bothered by a 2 min walk from the underground parking.) chicks are hot, and the hot tub is hotter, and when the hot chicks are in the hot tub... i\'ll leave it there. plus, there is billiards. (i dare anyone to challenge me).

I paid monthly rent of $280 during fall/winter for a shared room

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This place is TRASH! Whatever you do, DO NOT GO HERE!!!! It has the worst landlord I have encountered in my life. They tried to overcharge me almost every single time! And they were terrible to work with. I felt very unsafe there and there were extremely apathetic to my situation. It is a terrible place to live and all they want to do is jip you. Just choose somewhere else. You won\'t regret passing this one by.

I rented from spring '10 through winter '11.

I paid monthly rent of $309 during fall/winter for a shared room

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I paid monthly rent of $169 during spring/summer for a shared room

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This is a realistic rating!
Fall \'12 - winter \'13
Parking Sucks!!
2nd floor tends to be the most social

I rented from fall '10 through winter '11.

I paid monthly rent of $300 during fall/winter for a shared room

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Glenwood is somewhere in which you need to think very carefully about before moving into. I loved the parking. I was always able to find a spot even late at night, and usually right outside of my building. People are also very nice in the ward and through out the complex- I was almost always able to talk to someone new on the way to campus. However, there are major problems at Glenwood. When I read the reviews, I thought many of the complaints people had were just over exaggerations. However, If you live in Glenwood, something WILL break down. The problem varies for each apartment, but it seems to be a universal truth through out glenwood that something will stop working or go very wrong. I stayed for one semester, and in that time the bathroom upstairs had pipes leak TWICE, in which water drained into our bathroom and seeped into the hallway carpet and ruined anything that was in the bathroom BOTH times. Another weekend we had the dishwasher, the microwave, and the garbage disposal stop working all at once (we tried switching the circuit breaker, but it did not do anything). On separate occasions, there were other things that broke. The maintenance is always happy to fix something, and responds quickly. In all honesty, it seems like they are always trying to fix problems and make living better, but since it is so old, it is almost impossible for them to keep up with. I paid about 300 a month after rent, utilities, and the cost of internet. If you want a place that is social, have a 10-25 minute walk to campus, a place close to Macy\'s, and relatively low rent GO FOR GLENWOOD. If you want things to work whenever you flip the switch, turn on the nozzle, or becomes quiet before the weee hours in the morning- Glenwood is not the place for you.

I rented from fall '11 through fall '11.

I paid monthly rent of $269 during fall/winter for a shared room

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I really enjoy living at Glenwood. I have lived there for a year and just barely resigned for another. Guys, the scenery around here is great ;) The fact that all the apartments (guys and girls) are connected indoors makes the place very social. At midnight I generally go into the hallway and watch movies on my love sack with girls :)
They repaved the parking lot while I have been here and put new leather couches in most of the apartments. My roommates and I pained the apartment ourselves which made the place look fantastic! The management has also been pretty cool with my friends and I. They let us host a Glenwood-sponsored Electronic Dance Party and gave us over 500 bucks for decorations and expenses!
In my experience it all comes down to who your with, not where you are. If you are out going and fun, you will fit in well here, if not please live somewhere else ;) Building two (the one just south of the pool) in my opinions is the best.

I paid monthly rent of $265 during fall/winter for a shared room

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I lived here for 3 consecutive summers in a private room but not during the school years. All three times I lived on the bottom floor which was convenient when moving in and out. However (and I don\'t know if this is true for the other floors), it felt as if I lived in a cave-- it was so dark inside the apartment, even with all windows open and lights on. It was pretty gloomy and uninviting. In two of my apartments, the living room window was broken. Not only did it not lock, but it wouldn\'t even close! Thank goodness no one tried to break in!
The bedrooms were decent, and the closets were fairly spacious (however, I didn\'t have to share them with anyone). My final summer, however, my mattress was AWFUL. I can\'t even describe how terrible and used it was. There was such a slump in the middle of it that I developed some pretty serious back problems. I told management and they said that they didn\'t have any more mattresses to give and that I would just have to use what I had. I ended up putting about 6 textbooks underneath the mattress to level it out so that I could sleep on it. The showers were pretty frustrating-- one apartment had almost no hot water. Another had almost no cold water. The other was alright :)
The hot tub and pool were pretty dirty most of the time with lots of nasty floaties, leaves, dirt, and who knows what else. The parking lot was like driving through a mine field with massive craters and cracks- this was for each of the 3 summers I lived there. The most frustrating part of my stays here was that I had my car windows smashed and stuff stolen out of my car, costing me thousands of dollars in repairs and replacements. Another summer, my bike locks were cut and my brand-new mountain bike was stolen. There are a few sketchy people that hang around at night who I don\'t think lived at Glenwood; I once came out of my apartment one morning and there was a drunk guy passed out in the hallway in front of my apartment door inside the building. He was just laying there, asleep! It was the strangest thing...
Some cool things about Glenwood is that there are ceiling fans in the apartments! If you have your own room, the rooms are actually really spacious and open. The clubhouse is way nice, and each of the LDS wards I lived in were fantastic. When a late winter storm flooded my apartment, maintenance was in there within an hour or two, tearing up the carpets and set up the industrials fans and followed up for a long time afterwards to make sure there were no problems. It was to not have to carry apartment keys around all the time with the code-locked doors.
If you are a poor, starving freshman or sophomore in college, this is a neat place to live. If you are not a youngun\' and/or have extra money to spend on better housing, don\'t live here.

I rented from summer '08 through summer '10.

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I rented from fall '10 through winter '11.

I paid monthly rent of $290 during fall/winter for a shared room

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social life was good, everyone was really down to earth, but there are always some weirdos. the hot tub is always a good place to meet people, and the office gives out free sodas and popsicles in the summer and hot chocolate and cookies in the winter. I never had a problem with management. but the apartments were ghetto. the couches were torn, the carper was nasty and there was absolutely no where to store stuff, so you really have to condense. they also do not provide a pantry so every apartment basically has to get some kind of storage for food.

I rented from fall '09 through winter '10.

I paid monthly rent of $290 during fall/winter for a shared room

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The manager of Glenwood is a total jerk (See story below). He honestly doesn’t care at all about the condition of apartments. When I moved in, there was dirt everywhere, trash all over the room, torn couches and carpet, and tables and chairs in bad need of repair. The entire time I loved there there was a fowl stench that no air freshener could mask. I found a bag of potatoes in the apartment that had been there so long they had sprouted 5 inch long roots. DO NOT LIVE HERE. YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED BY ME AND THE COUNTLESS OTHERS ON THIS SITE. I’ve lived in many places in Provo and this is by far the worst. Social life is good, parking is good, and the buildings look nice on the outside, but it’s the opposite on the inside. Dryers hardly ever get clothes dry, and there are only 6 dryers for the roughly 216 people in each building. There is no storage space in the tiny bedrooms unless you raise your bed.

A true story if you have the time:
We got brand new metal framed chairs in our apartment, but one of them had a manufacturers defect. (It broke when my roommate sat in it). The manager came into our apartment and accused us of roughhousing and “being college boys” and that he “couldn’t believe for a second” it was an accident. He said this to my face, with absolutely no evidence whatsoever to back himself up. I then proceeded to tell him the condition that I found my apartment in when I moved there and how “I couldn’t believe for a second” what I was seeing. They charge you if YOU don’t clean, but then they don’t take that money and hire anyone to do it. They pocket it and expect the next move ins to clean it.

I rented from winter '09 through summer '10.

I paid monthly rent of $265 during fall/winter for a shared room

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Glenwood honestly sucks! DON\'T LIVE HERE!!! We were stuck in Bedroom 3 which is basically a broom closet in the back. VERY COZY! The showers are always cold and the cleaning checks are a joke! One of my roommates failed three times despite scrubbing for three hours each time. I scrubbed the bathroom up and down for 3 hours on my birthday and even wrote a note on there but they failed me anyways. Definitely old and scummy it always smells like an old man in your place. The toilet above flooded and our carpet was soaked from the overflowing poop. We had a gas leak from our furnace which is crazy because we almost had candles on my birthday cake and would have had quite an explosion on our hands if we\'d decided to have candles! I also had those black and orange bugs get into my bed. DON\'T LIVE HERE!!!

I rented from fall '10 through spring '11.

I paid monthly rent of $265 during fall/winter for a shared room

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My apartment was infested with ants that got into our food in the cupboards. I heard similar reports from at least three other apartments in the building. The hot water heater is small. One of our doorways was falling down, and the couches were covered in duct tape. There is no box springs under the bed, just a wood frame, making the beds very hard, and mine was bowed in the middle. Structurally, the apartments are very old, despite management putting in new furniture and perks to try to dress up a very OLD apartment. Parking is okay if you get home before 10pm, anyone can park in the lot until midnight, so you might not get a spot. The management was nice enough, service requests are completed within a week or two. The wards are awesome, church is in the Tanner building, the people this semester were friendly, but not a lot of activities going on. The price is pretty cheap, but you definitely get only what you pay for, if that.

I rented from winter '11 through winter '11.

I paid monthly rent of $285 during fall/winter for a shared room

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I HATE THIS PLACE. My mini van can\'t exactly take the awesome off roading experience in the parking lot; the smell of my apartment and the hallway has the most distinct odor of old people and a dirty hamster cage; the management works so well they might as well be dead; I\'m pretty sure the walls and ceilings are made of cardboard; I\'ve seen better looking couches and bedding at DI; I\'m pretty sure the carpet is so old and disgusting it might be hiding AIDS in it - and who doesn\'t want that?
If you\'re a smart kid, you\'ll run. Fast.

I rented from fall '10 through spring '11.

I paid monthly rent of $289 during fall/winter for a shared room

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cheep, close to campus, very social

I rented from winter '10 through fall '10.

I paid monthly rent of $265 during fall/winter for a shared room

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I paid monthly rent of $138 during spring/summer for a shared room

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I lived here for 3 years and I loved it! Obviously the apartments are not brand new, but I'm just in college, I don't need something fancy. The wards a great- I loved the social atmosphere! It's definitely the real reason I stayed for so long!

I rented from fall '07 through winter '10.

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Don't live here management was terrible and the apartments are worn. There is mold every where.Also maintenence never comes!

I rented from fall '08 through winter '09.

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if you like living in crappy apartments this place is for you. parking is horrible, there are huge potholes everywhere! it feels like you are off-roading, the stalls are really small and close together, you can plan on getting lots of new dents in your doors. if you don't get home till after 10 you will either have to park in the underground parking which sucks, its very low, my ski rack scratched the top a few times. or you have to park in the overflow parking. the appliances are either very old and don't work right or new but crappy quality. the chairs, couches, and tables are all old broken and don't match. you can find better stuff at D.I. our water heater sucked. I never had a hot shower the whole school year!. if you are one of the first to shower in your apt you will have a decently warm shower, but other than that its usually luke warm. the beds are horrible. my roommates bed had a huge dent in the middle of it. it was like he was sleeping in a nest. mine is hard, loud and creeky, and of course they come with your standard ghetto cinder blocks. the walls are way thin and the window was basically worthless, we could hear people talking outside in the parking lot even if our window was closed, if you are a light sleeper you wont have a good nights rest the entire school year. my roommate bought ear plugs. there isnt enough space for 6 people in these apartments. you share a crappy dresser with your roommate, 6 guys share the tiny vanity in the "bathroom/hallway" and 6 have share the tiny cupboards with peeling paint in the kitchen, you have to store your stuff in the space above them. the ceiling fans are very low, if you're over 6 feet tall you will have to duck under them. if you are normal height your hand will probably get caught in the fan when undressing (taking of shirt etc.) all my roommates have done it... the pool is gross, very chlorinated and rarely cleaned. its only open for a few weeks of the school year. the hot tub is even worse. it has so much chlorine and other chemicals that it has bleached my friends swimsuits! if it doesn't bleach it it makes it stink like chlorine forever. we would come back and hang our suits in the shower and our whole apartment would smell like chlorine. I hated glenwood and you couldn't pay me to live there next year.

I rented from fall '09 through winter '10.

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I love Glenwood. I honestly love it here. It's super close to campus, the ward is amazing but I love the outdoor area. They have the best pool, a sand volleyball court and an all year round hot tub. The apartments could have been fixed up a little bit more but the people there made up for it. happy hunting :)

I paid monthly rent of $275 during fall/winter for a shared room

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Super small rooms, especially the third room. Rock hard beds, dumpy apartments, ugly girls.

I rented from fall '06 through spring '07.

I paid monthly rent of $240 during fall/winter for a shared room

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I paid monthly rent of $100 during spring/summer for a private room

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DO NOT LIVE HERE!! Management are terrible, the apartments are old and in terrible condition. We had a 1 inch space where 2 pieces of old carpet met and a random loose tile under the carpet. Tons of attached fees, not very many attractive females, and lots of crime! The cleaning checks were bs considering the place is 50 years old and what not. A 20$ fee for crumbs under the oven?? give me a break.. It really is the glenhood.

I rented from fall '07 through fall '08.

I paid monthly rent of $350 during fall/winter for a private room

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I have lived in Glenwood for two years (Fall '07 - Winter '09, this website doesn't have '09 as an option yet) and the only reason I stayed a second year is because I wanted to live with my same roommates again and they were too lazy to go searching for a new place to live. Plus it is really close to campus. But that's about all it's got. Getting any repairs or requests from management is like pulling teeth and our neighbors feel the same way. We had to take our complaints to BYU to get repairs going, but they still haven't repaired everything to meet BYU's minimum housing requirements. I know they have remodeled some apartments which look really nice (to match the nice looking outside; inside our apartment doesn't look nice), but you'll end up paying an extra $100 per month. Management makes you work directly with the cable and Internet companies if there are any problems there, which usually ends up with the company blaming management and to talk with management instead of them. Parking is squished and the lots are so bumpy I'm surprised I haven't broken an axle on my car. You may think I'm exaggerating, but I'm not.
The washers and dryers take forever and don't even get the job done. The rooms are really small for two people and my roommate has enough clothes that he's put up several of his own racks just to store them. The walls are hardly sound proof. If there's a party/band in the middle recreation area, good luck trying to fall asleep before midnight. Having six guys in such a small living space was difficult to maintain. I've heard upsetting stories from the girls in the ward about the same thing in their apartment. I know of a few break-ins to both apartments and cars (including my roommate's) even though the area is pretty well-lit. I guess you can't completely escape from crime even though we're usually poor college students so why anyone would steal from our community is beyond me.
I would not recommend living here to anybody thinking about living here unless they get into one of the remodeled rooms and don't mind pulling teeth with the management. I enjoyed being so close to campus, but the place I'm moving to is so worth being a little further away from campus. I have had enough of a rough experience that I don't mind if you call me to talk more about my experience in Glenwood and convince you to live somewhere else: 801-937-4242 (Salt Lake number).

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WARNING!!!!!!!!!!!!!! DO NOT LIVE HERE!!!!!!! You feel like your four wheeling through the pot holes of the parking lot. In the winter, the management thinks it is okay to leave FOUR FEET OF SNOW so EVERY car gets stuck. Quite the adventure.... NOT!!!! Management DOES NOT listen to any complaints. Our microwave was broken for about 2 months before someone finally came in to replace it. Mold is growing in every crevice. The cleaning checks are ridiculous because it is impossible to pass! They will fail you because the bathtub has "black marks" on them... HELLO THEY ARE FROM THE SEVENTIES!!!!! The social life is ok my ward was ok but honestly NOT WORTH IT.

I rented from fall '07 through winter '08.

I paid monthly rent of $280 during fall/winter for a shared room

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This place is great! There is always parking, you just have to pick up a free pass from the office. They have after hour maintenance that will help with any emergencies. Internet is free and fast. The social life is awesome! It's a block from the stadium and three blocks from the rb. Great location! right on the corner of University Parkway and University Ave. The hot tub has been closed for fixing, but will open up mid feb '09

I paid monthly rent of $250 during fall/winter for a shared room

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I rented from fall '07 through winter '08.

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My ward is the most awesome place ever. Close to campus, very social. They let me paint my room green. I met the love of my life here. That's the only reason I'm not living in Glenwood FOREVER!!!!

I rented from fall '07 through winter '08.

I paid monthly rent of $260 during fall/winter for a shared room

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I paid monthly rent of $130 during spring/summer for a shared room

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I loved the Glenwood. Most people call it the Hood, but it's really about the same as places south of campus where you have to pay more. The fourth building (next to University Pkwy and Ave) is the best. The built in halls make it a really social atmosphere. It can be a little loud, our apartment often ran out of hot water, and we had a mouse, but the overall experience is great, especially the ward.

I rented from fall '06 through summer '07.

I paid monthly rent of $235 during fall/winter for a shared room

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I paid monthly rent of $119 during spring/summer for a shared room

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OMG!! I hate Glenwood! Worst experience ever. If you are not a guy who likes to play Halo 3 ALL DAY (from 8am until 8am, I am not even kidding), Guitar Hero 1,2,3 at an ridiculous sound level, or moreover, if you like to sleep at night, don´t go to Glenwood. I am serious! There is no control at all. My apartment had 3 fridges and a roaming freezer, 4 TVs, and we pay more than $35 for utilities each month. In addition, they charge $10 for internet, which never worked fine. Do not go to Glenwood. Please, do not go to Glenwood, specially apt 195.

I rented from fall '07 through fall '07.

I paid monthly rent of $250 during fall/winter for a shared room

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This place just suck. They want you to pay 10$ for Internet that basically does not work. The management is rude and if you get something get broken you would have to ask them hundreds times before they get fixed it. You would pay almost 300$ for the Winter semester!

I rented from fall '07 through winter '08.

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I hated it. The management was rude and the parking absolutely sucked. When I lived there I worked nights and got home after 10:00. There was no parking. I ended up walking at least 5 minutes from my car to my apartment. The walk to campus was pretty drab and the beds were old, the internet sucked, and it was dirty. The only thing I could find that I liked was that the outside looked nice.

I rented from fall '06 through winter '07.

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I loathed this place. Coming "home" made me depressed every day. It's really quite a rip-off (though everywhere around here is). Considering they're making 240x6=$1440/month per apartment, the place should be in much better shape than it is. Utilities seemed way high, probably because of a lack of insulation. Everything was terrible from the carpet to the couches to the desks. A bad walk to campus, too.

I rented from fall '06 through winter '07.

I paid monthly rent of $270 during fall/winter for a shared room

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Management usually tends to suck. When I lived there, they had no air conditioning, but were re-modeling to put it in, so we got kicked out. Most of the remodeling was done on the outside. Not much changed on the inside.

The price is about the same as most places. Internet totally blew when I was there, and probably still does.

Social life was pretty good. I met a lot of new people and enjoyed the ward.

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I've never lived in an apartment complex that excelled so much at tacking on bogus charges to your monthly rent. During spring/summer the rent is supposed to be $119. I paid, on average, $160-189 per month, with a shared room. There are charges for phone service (but no phone service included), charges for internet (mine didn't work, even after I told the mangement), charges for parking, charges for utilities, and anything else the management can come up with. The average age in the complex is also "just-out-of-the-dorms," which was a turn-off when I lived there. It wasn't my favorite renting experience.

I rented from fall '06 through spring '07.

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Eh.

I rented from spring '05 through summer '05.

I paid monthly rent of $100 during spring/summer for a shared room

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The quality is about the same wherever you go south of campus. The price is decent, but you can get a really social atmosphere, especially since the hallways are enclosed. The location is pretty good for walking and awesome for football games. Management changes a lot right now and can be really stuck up. Overall I liked the time I spent here.

I rented from spring '06 through summer '07.

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Our apartment was so gross, there was black mold all over, our dishwasher didn't work, there was a dead roach and guts on my kitchen floor when i moved in. The mattresses and chairs had been totally torn apart and the couches were gross. The parking spaces are TINY, and if you come in after 10:00 at night you have to park in a separate parking lot that was a 5 minute walk from my apartment. Management is really nice but they never get around to fixing big appliances

I rented from fall '06 through winter '07.

I paid monthly rent of $260 during fall/winter for a shared room

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I rented from fall '06 through winter '07.

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I dont like this place

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I lived there before the remodeling in 2005/06. The management was alright, but didn't enforce many BYU standards at all. The ward was about 60% BYU students. The rooms were fairly large and the parking was plentiful, and close to the football stadium, but a ways from campus.

I rented from summer '02 through winter '03.

I paid monthly rent of $240 during fall/winter for a shared room

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I paid monthly rent of $130 during spring/summer for a shared room

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I rented from winter '00 through winter '00.

I paid monthly rent of $225 during fall/winter.

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hated it here. don't be fooled-- they remodled the outside, but the inside is still circa 1978 with a coat of new paint.

I rented from fall '03 through fall '03.

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I rented from fall '06 through winter '07.

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Management is turn this place around.

I rented from fall '05 through winter '06.

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They are really fixing the place up. New leather couches, central air and heating, and good perks from the management.

I rented from winter '05 through fall '06.

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Good for freshmen and those looking to live close to campus. It's okay quality. You may be able to find better for the same rent amount, but it's still a pretty nice place to live.

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I love this place and i don't appreciate all the negative comments

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I love this place

I rented from winter '01 through spring '05.

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I rented from spring '04 through winter '06.

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