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Spencer W. Kimball Building

The BYU-Idaho administration building houses many administrative and student services to help students be successful in their education.
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Working for Student Success

This Student and Administrative Services building was named for the twelfth president of the Church. A commissioned portrait of President Kimball by Ricks alumni Gregg Thorkelson of St. Anthony, Idaho, was unveiled at the dedication.
Kimball atrium
About The Kimball
The Kimball building is the main administrative hub for the university and houses many essential services that are focused on providing students with the help they need to be successful.
Students preparing for the new semester in the Kimball building. The Kimball building houses most administrative offices like Financial Aid, Accounting, I-card, and Admissions & Scholorship offices.
Getting Prepared
Students preparing for the new semester will visit the Kimball building for things like getting financial aid help, student account questions, learning about enrollment options, obtaining a parking pass, or for any housing needs.
The Spencer W. Kimball Adminstrative and Student Services Building.
President's History
During President Kimball's administration Church membership reached 5 million, all worthy male members were granted the Priesthood, the First Quorum of the Seventy was reorganized for the first time since Joseph Smith's time, Church government was decentralization by the creation of Areas and Area Presidencies with General Authorities presiding in each area, Church meetings were consolidated to a three hour block on Sundays, and operating temples increased from 15 to 31.
Did You Know?
Say cheese! New students will come to the Kimball to have their pictures taken for an I-card.
"Whenever I leave my office and head to class, I see our University President, who smiles and me and tells me hello, and asks me how my day is going. I really feel as though the President cares about me individually, which is one of the reasons why I love BYU-Idaho."
"My part-time job in the Admissions Office has allowed me to be able to afford my education at BYU-Idaho. I get to greet visitors from all over the country and serve as the first point of contact for many visitors to campus."
Did You Know?
At BYU-Idaho, scholarships are called ‘grants’. Stop by the Financial Aid Office to find out about BYU-Idaho grants and how they can help you pay for your education.
Interior of the Kimball Building.  Buildings on BYU-Idaho campus are empty and quiet due to the Coronavirus.

Kimball Services

  • Admissions
  • Financial Aid
  • Housing and Student Living
  • Parking and Campus Security
  • Card Office
  • Student Records and Registration
  • Accounting
  • Information Technology
  • Executive Office