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Facts & Figures

Fall 2022 Enrollment

  • 34,390: total daytime students
  • 31,389: undergraduate students
  • 3,001: graduate students
  • 51% female; 49% male
  • 75% single; 25% married

Academics

  • 195 undergraduate majors
  • 112 undergraduate minors
  • 98 master's programs
  • 30 doctoral programs

Student Demographics

  • 95.5%: United States
  • 4.5%: International
  • 100+ Countries represented
  • 50 States represented
    • 30%: Utah
    • 10%: California
    • 5%: Texas
    • 5%: Arizona
    • 5%: Idaho

Rankings

  • No. 3: Graduates who go on to earn a Ph.D. in foreign language (NSF)
  • No. 3: Undergraduate Accounting Program (US News)
  • No. 8: Graduates who go on to earn Ph.D.s (NSF)
  • No. 23: Best Law School (U.S. News)
  • No. 36: Best Full-time MBA program (U.S. News)

Cougar Athletics Highlights

  • Women’s Cross-Country wins 2021 National Championship
  • Men’s and Women’s Track and Field win a number of individual national titles at the 2021 National Championship.
  • Football finishes 2020 season No. 11 in the country
  • Men’s Basketball finishes regular season ranked No. 23, makes 2021 NCAA Tournament
  • Women’s Basketball makes 2021 NCAA tournament, advances to the second round
  • Tom Holmoe is named 2021 National Athletic Director of the Year

Freshman Profile

  • 12,379: applicants
  • 66.2%: acceptance rate
  • 28–32: middle 50% ACT score
  • 3.86–4.00: middle 50% high school GPA

Undergraduate Tuition 2021-2022

  • Members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints: $3,060 per semester
  • Other students: $6,120 per semester

Undergraduate Student Ethnicity

  • 81% Caucasian
  • 7% Hispanic
  • 4% Two or more races
  • 3% Asian/Pacific Islander
  • <1% Black
  • <1% American Indian
  • 4% Other

International Reach

  • 1,300: number of international students
  • 100+: countries represented
  • Canada, South Korea, and China are the top three nations represented
  • Nearly 50% of all students have lived outside the United States
  • 65% of students speak a second language
  • 131 languages are spoken on campus
  • 73 languages are taught regularly
  • 21 language certifications are offered
  • 204 study abroad programs are available in 61 countries
  • 2,339 students studied abroad during the 2021–2022 academic year
  • 17% of students study abroad while at BYU*
  • Approximately 258 ambassadors to the United States from 104 countries have spoken on campus since 1996