- Bannock Stake Academy established, offering elementary school-level courses in log schoolhouse.
- Serving 59 students ranging in ages from 5-20.
- Curriculum expanded to include high school-level courses.
- Cornerstone laid for Spori Building.
- Name changed to Ricks Academy in honor of founder Thomas E. Ricks.
- Spori building construction completed.
- Curriculum expanded to include college courses.
- High school-level courses phased out, name changed to Ricks College.
- Ricks College celebrates its centennial.
- Ricks College is the largest private junior college in the United States.
- Transition from Ricks College to Brigham Young University-Idaho announced along with
a year-round operations calendar to serve more students.
- Fully online courses begin.
- Ricks College officially becomes BYU-Idaho.
- Pathway, a program developed by BYU-Idaho to help individuals seek higher education,
launches with sites in Manhattan, NY; Nampa, ID; and Mesa, AZ.
- Enrollment begins with 48 students.
- Tenth anniversary of transition to university status.
- Campus spans 430 acres with over 40 buildings.
- Students come from all 50 states and over 80 countries.
- More than 28,000 students attend each calendar year, with over 16,000 full-time students at any given time.
- Online Learning offers 159 courses and degrees.
- Pathway sites have grown to over 135 locations in 16 countries.