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Thanks to you, BYU is inspiring learning and improving the world

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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.

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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 Broadcasting

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

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From art to advocacy to literacy and more, you can help advance the mission of BYU and its students by donating.

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“Donors make the university and the BYU experience better for our students. BYU is grateful for all the support it receives.”

— President Kevin J. Worthen
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BYU President’s Report

During this past year, to use the scriptural phrase, we have “both . . . act[ed] and . . . [been] acted upon” (2 Nephi 2:14). And the result is that 2020 is much different from previous years for nearly everyone.

On March 12, the world changed dramatically for Brigham Young University. In a period of only five days, we completely changed the mode of instruction for almost every class. We rethought and reconfigured almost every service we offer on campus. We endeavored to make it safe for students and employees to accomplish what they set out to do, despite the devastating effects of the worst pandemic of our lifetime.

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Promptings and Invitations Drew Her to BYU

Mary Williams’s love for BYU and its students grew from her experiences as a student, professor, and administrator in the College of Nursing.

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Donor-funded Internship an Opportunity of a Lifetime

Myla Parke’s donor-funded internship at the Religious Studies Center had special meaning in her life. “I love religious education. I am interested in publishing material that will help others deepen their conversion and bring them closer to Christ.”

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VP Vorkink Considers "Special Financial Outpouring" at BYU

BYU Advancement Vice President Keith Vorkink recently addressed members of the Jesse and Amanda Knight Society in the Gordon B. Hinckley Alumni and Visitors Center.

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A Blessing for Students and the World

BYU Broadcasting offers a life-changing experience for student employees as they get hands-on, real world opportunities in the industry.

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OIT employees rallied around a struggling student

When asked why she participates in the Employee Giving Campaign, Elaine Lauritzen answers without hesitation: “It’s the students. They work so hard, and they go out into the world and make a difference.”

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Learning Public Health and Public Policy

Before the COVID-19 pandemic dominated public health discussions, BYU public health majors were in Washington, DC, for a conference which focused on a law proposed to address the opioid crisis.

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Measuring Impact

Generous donor support made Gregory Hutchins internship possible, where he learned there are sustainable ways to approach the world’s difficult issues.

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Learning and Serving

Samantha Lau started a club for women in civil engineering. “Women have a different way of thinking about things—our group offers support,” she says.

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Managing Music

Esther’s internship with the Utah Symphony helped her see how making music for the masses is more than simply playing notes.