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Using Math to Connect Students to Resources

With more than 30,000 students at BYU, it’s not surprising that some of them don’t know where to turn when difficulties arise. That’s where Early Alert comes in.

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By Whom We Are Led. President's Report

A message from President Clark G. Gilbert

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A Mother's Influence

Liz Hill's experience with BYU-Pathway Connect was life-changing, specifically for her son Gabriel.

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Creating Opportunities

BYU-Pathway has been searching for ways to bless even more students with scholarships.

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Finally Near the Finish Line

Born and raised in the Philippines, Joy Escalante is currently in her third semester at Ensign College.

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From Football to Fine Arts, BYU Is Better Thanks to Knight Society Members

Ray Matsuura’s wife Yukiko gained her appreciation of BYU through arts and music. “Ray supports business and football. I support the arts,” says Yukiko, who studied design in Sendai, Japan.

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BYU-Hawaii President's Report: A New Chapter is Unfolding

With a unique set of experiences, perspective, and passion, President John S.K. Kauwe III is poised to propel the university toward an exciting future.

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A Samoan Scientist? You Bet.

Stau Segi is working to change cultural norms and help conserve his country’s coral reefs.

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Retured but Not Done

“It’s not the end of our relationship with BYU-Hawaii or her students. It’s just a different way of supporting them.”



I Am the Light That Ye Shall Hold Up

Dedication and hard work still left Naomi short of her goal, but with the help of others she is able to share the light.



Sharing the Never-Ending Fountain of Happiness

She couldn't wait to serve a mission so others could expereince the happiness the gospel brought her.

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Your Generous Donations are Saving Lives in the Central African Republic

Children like Pierre, receive lifesaving aid through your donations that help buy things like Plumpy’Nut, a ready-to-use therapeutic food.