The BYU-Idaho Story begins on a cold November day in 1888, when Latter-day Saint pioneers in the newly settled town of Rexburg gathered for the opening of a new academy. BYU-Idaho has steadily grown since that time to become Idaho's largest private University with a campus that spans 430 acres with over 40 buildings and 28,000 students attending every year.
The Career Center has several remote options available to help you stay job-market ready and help you be ready to obtain mentors, internships, and jobs.
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The Dean of Students Office provides many services within the campus community and serves as the student's advocate. If you need help or have experienced an unusual hardship either physically or other contact our office. We want to help you and are here to assist you in finding a solution to problems.
The first official Library for Ricks College was located on the second floor of the Jacob Spori Building from 1903 to 1963. As the College grew so did the need for a larger Administration area. In 1976 a new building was completed to the west of the existing McKay LRC and Library materials were moved into the new building. In 1986, the name of the LRC was changed to the David O. McKay Library.
Our Health Center is staffed by Physicians, Mid-Levels (Physician Assistants or Nurse Practitioners), and Registered Nurses. All are trained in primary care medicine. Our goal is to provide the primary care support you need to succeed in your studies. We care for most common conditions and will assist with referrals to specialists or to the emergency room as needed.
Brigham Young University - Idaho is accredited by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities. Accreditation of an institution of higher education by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities indicates that it meets or exceeds criteria for the assessment of institutional quality evaluated through a peer review process.
I like school here but it's very close to home for me. The culture is weird but everyone is really nice and most professors want to help you out
Good school, affordable but very cold and not much of a social place.
Great teaching skills
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