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Deseret News opinion article by Clark G. Gilbert, Shane Reese and Alvin F. Meredith III
Brigham Young University-Idaho is pleased to announce the 2024 Dance Alliance performance tour to Indiana, Kentucky, Ohio, and Michigan. Comprised of 28 highly skilled dancers, Dance Alliance is the elite performance dance company at BYU-Idaho. Their 2024 tour will showcase hit songs from the Beatles, in celebration of the 60th Anniversary of the Beatles’ arrival in America.
The Board of Directors recently approved a project for a major remodel of the David O. McKay Library. We express our appreciation to the Board for their approval and support of the project, which will be a blessing to our students and faculty.
Brigham Young University-Idaho has launched BYUI 101: Experience BYU-Idaho, a new course designed to help incoming students transition smoothly into university life by connecting them with essential resources and fostering a sense of belonging.
Iam Tongi, 2023 winner of American Idol, will perform at BYU-Idaho on Friday, June 14, at 7:30 p.m. in the Hart Auditorium.
The Brigham Young University-Idaho Department of Theater and Dance is pleased to present its production of Little Women: The Broadway Musical in the Snow Drama Theatre. This classic production will run from June 12–15, 18, and 20-21 at 7:30 p.m. with an additional 2:00 p.m. show on Saturday June 22.
The Society of Automotive Engineering at BYU-Idaho is helping students take their learning outside of the classroom.
Brigham Young University-Idaho has released its official Spring 2024 enrollment numbers for both campus and online.
BYU-Idaho Radio celebrates 40 years on the airwaves this month. On May 1, 1984, Ricks College launched a new full-power radio station called KRIC. With 75,000 watts of power, the new station broadcast classical music and news programming on 100.5 FM to eastern Idaho, western Wyoming and southern Montana. Forty years later, KBYI 94.3 FM continues that legacy and invites the public to celebrate its 40th anniversary.
Jake Scott, multi-Platinum-certified singer, songwriter, and producer, will perform at BYU-Idaho on Friday, May 17, at 7:30 p.m. in the Hart Auditorium.
By Emma Hibdon, April 18, 2024 04:57 PM
BYU-Idaho agriculture students achieved big wins at the 2024 National Professional Agricultural Student Organization (PAS) Conference held in Springfield, IL. Students
Every Tuesday at 11:30 a.m., students, faculty, staff, and the greater BYU-Idaho community attend the weekly devotional address at the BYU-Idaho Center. Speakers are selected from university employees, leaders of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, and friends of BYU-Idaho. In addition, each semester one college hosts a guest speaker for a campus forum hour.
Tracy Y. Browning, Second Counselor in the Primary General Presidency of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, will address 2,815 graduates at Brigham Young University-Idaho’s 2024 Winter Semester Commencement on Thursday, April 11, 2024. The event will be held at 12:45 p.m. in the BYU-Idaho Center and streamed live at byui.edu/live/video.
BYU-Idaho Center Stage is pleased to announce its Spring 2024 season performance lineup. The upcoming season features an Emmy and Tony Award-winning star, a popular Indie-Pop artist, and a recent American Idol winner.
A new podcast from BYU-Idaho Radio highlights stories of BYU-Idaho students, employees, and alumni about their journeys to becoming disciples of Jesus Christ and BYU-Idaho's impact along the way. It’s called “BYU-Idaho Disciple Journeys.”
REXBURG—Join BYU-Idaho Center Stage in hosting Emmy and Tony Award-winning star Kristin Chenoweth on Friday, May 3, at 7:30 p.m. in the BYU-Idaho Center.
REXBURG—Brigham Young University-Idaho Center Stage will host Witness Music Southeast Idaho to perform Rob Gardner’s “Lamb of God” on Saturday, March 9, at 7:30 p.m. in the I-Center.
By Alvin F. Meredith III, February 21, 2024 09:35 AM
“I had no idea before I came here ... ” That is how many students begin their explanations about what they love about Brigham Young University-Idaho. My experience is similar. Before arriving on campus in August 2023 as the new president of BYU-Idaho, I already understood that the university was a place where students could grow in their discipleship of Christ. But what I did not know, and what I have learned since then, is that BYU-Idaho also provides a high-quality education, at an affordable cost, in a fun and uplifting environment.
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REXBURG, Idaho—Brigham Young University-Idaho has released its official Winter 2024 enrollment numbers for both campus and online.
Brigham Young University-Idaho Center Stage will host global superstar and music icon Amy Grant on Friday, March 1, at 7:30 p.m. in the BYU-Idaho Center.
In an effort to make the BYU-Idaho application process easier, the university has removed its application fee. By eliminating this cost barrier, the university hopes more students will take the opportunity to apply to a university where they will develop as disciples of Jesus Christ, while gaining a high-quality college education that is student centered by design. This new benefit is now available to all future BYU-Idaho applicants that have not yet enrolled in BYU-Idaho classes.
Brigham Young University-Idaho Center Stage will host master of illusion, Rick Thomas, on Friday, February 2, at 7:30 p.m. in the Hart Auditorium.
REXBURG — Brigham Young University-Idaho is pleased to announce the appointment of Nick Rammell as its new Dean of Students. He replaces Wynn Hill who served as the Dean of Students since 2019 before transitioning to a new role in the Counseling Center this year.