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BYU|Fulton College of Engineering

Students Build Home Sweet Green Home on Campus

The Utah Valley Parade of Homes included an unconventional stop this year: BYU campus.

BYU|College of Fine Arts and Communications

BYU Senior Named Student Photographer of the Year

BYU Senior Brooklyn Jarvis Kelson was recently named Student Photographer of the Year by the University Photographers’ Association of America.  


BYU Students Benefiting the World

BYU students working hard to bring about change in their field.

BYU|College of Life Sciences

Landlocked BYU Asked to Help Molokai’s Reef

Reefs worldwide are constantly threatened. The Molokai-based conservation nonprofit ‘Āina Momona called on BYU for help.

BYU|Marriott School of Business

BYU’s Next Unicorn? Student Startup Scores $905K

One of BYU’s student startups earned $905k in prize money at a major collegiate business plan competition.  

BYU|College of Humanities

Translating BYU Speeches Helps Launch Student Linguist’s Career

Kika graduated in 2023 and began her career in language services, a culmination of her experiences at home, abroad, and—finally—at BYU. 

BYU student, Ashley Savage, smiling and holding a piece of artwork

BYU|Religious Education Video (1:31)

Foundations of the Restoration

Hundreds of BYU students shared their testimonies through a variety of mediums.

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BYU|College of Life Sciences

Data May Lead to Cancer Treatments

Biology professors Matthew Bailey and Sam Payne led the largest-ever study on how cancer spreads and affects proteins in the body.  


Mapping Historic Units and Buildings

Can you name the oldest operating meetinghouse in Utah?


Church Donates $1 Million For Maui Wildfire Relief

Bishop W. Christopher Waddell, first counselor in the Presiding Bishopric, announced that the Church will donate US$1 million to the American Red Cross to help relief efforts after deadly and devastating wildfires.

BYU|College of Nursing

Learning the Healer’s Art

Thanks to my education at BYU, I realized that I want to be an advocate for those I care for.


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Last year, more than 61,000 students learned and grew through BYU-Pathway Worldwide! Those students represent over 180 countries and all 50 states. For students like Kira Evans, a BYU-Pathway scholarship provides much-needed relief.