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Brigham Young University-Idaho provides a unique educational experience with the goal of preparing students for lifelong learning, for employment, and for roles as leaders in the home, Church, and community.
The following giving priority have been established under Church direction by the Board of Trustees and administration of Brigham Young University–Idaho:
“Thank you for your generosity ….You set an inspiring example through your generosity, one that our students draw from as they consider how they will go into the world and bless those around them.”
- President Henry J. Eyring
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Oh, the Places You’ll Go
What do the following places have in common: Declo, Idaho; Rexburg, Idaho; Orem, Utah; Provo, Utah; Soda Springs, Idaho; Rawlins, Wyoming; Gillette, Wyoming; Richland, Washington; Orlando, Florida; and Meridian, Idaho?
Lewis Garner’s dream job is to be a university music professor, specifically teaching the cello.
BYU-Idaho Dedicated Three Buildings
On October 27, 2022, BYU-Idaho dedicated three buildings: the Engineering Technology Center (ETC), the Visual Arts Studio (VAS), and the University Village Community Center.
An Example to Others
While living in Venezuela with her husband and three kids, Yasmin Fernandez and her family decided to move to Florida in search of a better life.
Heavenly Father Knows Where You Are
In his July 2020 graduation speech, President Henry J. Eyring spoke to graduating students, saying, "As you keep your gospel covenants, what now may seem to be a disappointing departure from the university can become a spiritual milestone."
You Already Know the Answer
After two years at another university, a mission, and a marriage, Lindsay Cook is grateful for financial help.