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INSPIRING LEARNING is what Brigham Young University is all about; the phrase summarizes the university’s mission “to assist individuals in their quest for perfection and eternal life.”

Giving Opportunities

Through donations, generous alumni and friends provide students with experiences such as mentored learning, research assistantships, internships, study abroad, work study, and other student aid. Donors also provide support for additional board-approved programs, including BYU Athletics and BYU Broadcasting.

Inspiring Learning

Inspiring learning is changing the BYU experience, reinforcing a broad and eternal focus on how students learn.

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Scholarships change lives. You can provide funds to aid students based on financial need or academic achievement.

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and Schools

BYU colleges and schools use donations to prepare students to lead at work, succeed at home, and serve humanity.

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BYU Athletics and BYU Broadcasting

BYU Athletics and BYU Broadcasting help connect fans and audiences around the world to the university.

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Other Approved Causes

Other causes at BYU including advocacy and literacy are approved to receive donations.

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"The razor-sharp focus of our teaching and our research—and indeed every aspect of the student experience here at BYU—must be the transformative successes of our incredible students."

—President C. Shane Reese
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BYU President's Report

We each play an important role in the BYU community. As disciples of Jesus Christ and members of the BYU community, we must be committed to fostering a culture of unity, love, and belonging. We must seek for and be led by the Holy Ghost—not just in religious education classes, not just in family life classes, but even in statistics classes, research labs, and work- spaces. Everywhere on campus we want students, faculty, and staff who are “press[ing] forward, feasting upon the word of Christ” (2 Nephi 31:20). To this end, we seek to hire and support BYU employees who intentionally build faith in Jesus Christ and desire to strengthen their own and others’ testimonies of the restored gospel.

If we are to be successful in fulfilling BYU’s mission, we must be unique, we must differentiate BYU, and we must embrace our mission— especially the spiritual development of our stu- dents. As we enlarge our influence and move toward fulfilling our mission, BYU will become the university of the Lord that President Spencer Kimball so beautifully foretold in his second century address.

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