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Fall Semester Devotionals & Forums

BYU seeks to develop students of faith, intellect and character who have the skills and the desire to continue learning and to serve others throughout their lives. This coming semester's speakers will bring their industry knowledge, life experiences and spiritual insights to aid students in achieving BYU's aims.

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Fall Tuition Due

Monday, Aug 22
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Fall Semester Begins

Monday, Aug 29
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News

Students who love lunchtime are more likely to feel belonging at school says BYU study

By Tyler Stahle August 14, 2022 09:46 PM
Students who enjoy lunchtime are more likely to feel that they belong at school; which is correlated with better academic outcomes and better mental health.

New healthcare leadership minor prepares BYU students to tackle industry challenges

By Christie Allen August 15, 2022 06:00 AM
BYU’s burgeoning Healthcare Leadership Collaborative (HLC) is a cross-campus organization that connects BYU students to an extensive network of healthcare industry experts, providing them with valuable experiential learning opportunities.

400 million voting records show persistent gaps in voter turnout by race, age, and political affiliation

By Tyler Stahle August 10, 2022 01:58 PM
A new study from BYU and the University of Virginia analyzed 400 million voter records from elections in 2014 and 2016 and found that minority citizens, young people, and those who support the Democratic Party are much less likely to vote than whites, older citizens, and Republican Party supporters. Moreover, those in the former groups are also more likely to live in areas where their neighbors are less likely to vote.