The Brigham Young University in Rexburg, Idaho, is a private, four-year university that strives to create a wholesome environment in which students can receive a quality education to prepare them for leadership in the community, at work and around the world.
The school is affiliated with the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and encourages students to live out the principles of the gospel of Jesus Christ.
To honor its faith tradition, the school provides many opportunities for students to get involved with the community through service programs. You can help throw a carnival for an elementary school, adopt a grandparent, or assist at a local blood drive, just to name a few.
The school offers many social activities on campus. Whether you want to attend a dance party, enter a rock paper scissors tournament or socialize on a game night, the school’s student life opportunities are endless.
Many academic societies, leadership organizations, internships and student council opportunities are also available.
Academics include more than 70 bachelor’s degrees and 18 associate’s degrees in fields like Agribusiness, Recreation Management, Computer Science and Engineering, Music and more.
Admissions are determined by an applicant’s ACT or SAT scores, high school GPA, AP or IB classes, and GED or COMPASS scores.
The university offers merit-based scholarships to eligible students. Other forms of financial aid available to students who have filed a FAFSA and demonstrate need include federal grants and loans.
Quick Facts about Brigham Young University, Idaho
Small Town Setting
Latter Day Saints (Mormon Church)
Very Large (+10,000 Undergrad)
On-Campus Housing Available
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