Pathway is a guided education process that helps students around the world ease into higher education. In this gallery are photos of students in the Pathway program from Pueblo, Mexico; Boston, Massachusetts and Riverside, California.
Students are prepared for lifelong learning, employment, and their roles as a citizens and parents through their opportunities at BYU-Idaho. Students are able to quite literally take their education into their own hands.
Enjoy a virtual stroll through BYU-Idaho's campus dappled in the colors of fall.
There are many elements that make BYU-Idaho campus beautiful. Whether it is a cheerful spring morning or a brisk winter evening, there are always gorgeous views on campus for visitors, students, employees and alumni to enjoy.
View photos of the recent graduates who are "becoming the mighty oaks" President Jacob Spori promised about those who attend BYU-Idaho.
Originally built in 1903, the Spori Building was destroyed by fire in November 2000. The building that we see today was rebuilt and dedicated in the summer of 2003.
Activities such as cross country skiing, pond skimming, I-Cover, and pie eating contests provide unique opportunities for students to be actively involved in the BYU-Idaho social experience.
No matter the season, BYU-Idaho's campus is home to beauty of all kinds.
Each graduating class is unique and ready to spread their roots. View the Winter 2013 graduates.
Get a front row seat at some of BYU-Idaho’s competitive sports offered through the Student Activities Program.
The BYU-Idaho community remembers the freedoms afforded by the nation's Constitution in this 2013 commemoration.
Through winter snow and summer floods, BYU-Idaho has continued to grow by building better, more efficient buildings and walkways.
BYU-Idaho Education Week, held August 1-3, is a campus-wide event for the public. Class topics range from "Date Night Dancing" to "Learing by the Spirit." Take a peek at a few photos from past Education Week events.
There is never a dull moment at BYU-Idaho. View what the students and the community alike have participated in featured in this gallery.
The success of achieving a diploma doesn't stop here for promising BYU-Idaho grads. With invaluable lessons learned in academics, personal spirituality, and recreation, there is no doubt that BYU-Idaho graduates go on to do great things in their families and in the world.
Step inside the Mark Austin Technical and Engineering Building, home of the College of Physical Sciences and Engineering, and see students engaged in multiple hands-on learning experiences.
Take a quick trip down BYU-Idaho's memory lane to glimpse the principals and presidents who have led the institution and contributed to its legacy.
BYU-Idaho campus is being expanded and updated to make sure BYU-Idaho students are accommodated and cared for while on campus. A few of the recent additions in the past year include a redesigned and renovated Taylor Quad with a water feature and Central Quad with an amphitheater addition.
Go! Fight! Win! A historical glance at BYU-Idaho’s sporting events.
The university awarded 685 associate degrees and 1,085 bachelor's degrees. Of the graduates, 1,089 were females and 804 males.
The Student Activities Program provides students numerous opportunities to get involved, develop leadership and mentoring abilities, and serve others. A variety of year-round activities are offered in eight core areas: life skills, outdoor, service, social, competitive sports, recreation sports, talent and wellness.
In this gallery you can view the remodeled Hyrum Manwaring Center, originally constructed in 1966, and was rededicated in December 2010.
Attending alumni, students, staff, and community members are uplifted and entertained by performances from BYU-Idaho students. Catch a glimpse of the dedication and passion students bring to the stage.
Top 12 Photos From Fall Semester
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The Winter 2014 graduates celebrate a big milestone with family and friends.
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