A Guide for New Students By Captain Uriah f. watkins

GET INVOLVED

  • EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: orchestra, choir, dance, acting, ROTC, recreational and competitive sports, etc.
  • VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES: religious day usher, student safety council, fitness coach, social activities coordinators, visit day ambassador (tour guide for new students)

BYU-Idaho is committed to making your education experience both enjoyable and meaningful. This is how they help.

The school employs dozens of student employees for the sole purpose of helping new and incoming students. They'll help you find what it is you enjoy, help you identify a major that supports or compliments those interests, and then help you find and secure funding to you pay for your education.

enjoy a holistic approach to education

With its strong religious affiliation, the school not only helps its student develop intellectually, spiritual strength is also emphasized.

Brigham Young University-Idaho has no collegiate sports teams, instead, it places emphasis on student development. All students are allowed, and encouraged to participate in intermural sports. Students can play football, baseball, basketball, martial arts and combined outdoor activities. All students benefit from this program.

BYU-Idaho offers classes on a three track system. This allows students to participate in higher education, year round. It also afford the opportunity to more students.

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