• Outdoor Activities Booth

    Outdoor Activities

    Life can get busy, and when life gets busy it can be easy to take for granted the wonderful things this world has to offer. BYU-Idaho offers an Outdoor Activities program for their students to get more involved in fun outdoor adventures.

  • Joshua Roman

    Filling a Life with Music

    TED fellowship member and former principal cellist of the Seattle Symphony Joshua Roman has led an exciting life as a musician and now enjoys his time as a solo musician.

  • BYU-Idaho Hymn Festival features new hymn texts and music

    Hymn Festival Gives Students New Opportunities

    Every year for the last 14 years, BYU-Idaho’s Music Department has hosted a Hymn Festival, giving students, staff and community members a chance to submit text, music or both as a new hymn.

  • Wood Art

    Expressions of Light at the Spori

    Shawn Randall talks about his inspiration for his exhibit showing in the Spori Art Gallery titled, "Expressions of Light."

  • Service Week Flyer

    Service Week at BYU-Idaho

    Scott Metcalf and Josh Layton have been heavily involved in planning service week at BYU-Idaho. We talked to them about the different events and howt o get involved.

  • The BYU-Idaho Tutoring Center

    Study Buddy Program Helps Students Succeed

    BYU-Idaho provides students with resources to help them succeed in college. One of the lesser-known resources is the Study Buddy program run by the Reading Center.

  • The assigned book for this semester is "The Odyssey" by Homer.

    The College of Language and Letters Invites the Campus to Read

    Every semester, the college of Language and Letters at BYU-Idaho invites the campus to join them by reading an assigned book. It’s called the “Campus Big Read” and two or three times a semester, students and faculty meet to discuss and ask questions about the assigned book.

  • The Power to Become Conference is held in the John W. Hart auditorium.

    Power to Become Conference Invites Students to Discover Their Passions

    On October 26, the BYU-Idaho Alumni office will host the Power to Become Conference. P2B is not a traditional professional conference. It’s a conference meant to encourage students, alumni, and guests to discover their passion, tell their story and network effectively.

  • Gov. Otter with BYU-Idaho Energy Team

    Gov. Butch Otter Presents BYU-Idaho with the 2018 Energy Award

    Governor Otter presented BYU-Idaho's energy team with the 2018 State of Idaho Award for Excellence in Energy-Efficiency on the campus of BYU-Idaho.

  • David O. McKay Library

    Experience the Magic at the David O. McKay Library

    The library is hosting a week-long event to introduce students to the resources available to them through the library and they’re using Harry Potter as a motivation.

  • Stand-up comedian Ryan Hamilton

    BYU-Idaho’s Center Stage Brings Performers to Campus

    BYU-Idaho’s Center Stage opens a new season next month with another great lineup of performers. Every semester, Center Stage offers a range of performing arts series the community and students can enjoy.

  • BYU-Idaho's Capstone Product Development Class created a carbonated ice cream.

    BYU-Idaho Students Win Fourth in Competition

    Brigham Young University-Idaho’s students are earning accolades for creating a new milk product. Recently, a team of students created a carbonated ice cream product and won fourth place in a competition.

  • The BYU-Idaho University Store

    BYU-Idaho University Store Prepares for New Semester

    As the Fall Semester approaches, BYU-Idaho is getting ready for the return and arrival of thousands of students.

  • BYU-Idaho underwent a series of planned power outages.

    BYU-Idaho Campus Goes Dark for Maintenance

    Last weekend and into Monday, BYU-Idaho underwent a series of planned power outages in order to do some maintenance work.

  • Sports changes coming to BYU-Idaho this fall.

    Sports Program Changes Coming this Fall

    The BYU-Idaho Sports Activities Program is undergoing some changes for the upcoming semester. In July, the Sports Activities program began releasing its campaign for the changes coming this fall.