Heber J. Grant Mentoring Program was created in 2018 to help those students who need help have their own personal mentor. Mentors focus on helping students achieve their goal and become more self-reliant.
BYU-Idaho's event Disciple Leader Conference's theme this winter semester is One by One. The conference will be Friday 31st of January 2020 from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. at the MC Ballroom & Taylor Building.
Artist and sculptor Adam Thomas's new gallery "Creation, Expulsion. Redemption" was inspired by the story of Adam and Eve.
BYU-Idaho's sketch comedy group, Humor Code, was created in 2012 by a former BYU-Idaho student and ever since then each semester they do two shows each semester. Student Emily Colton, the new manager for the group, talks about Humor Code and what to expect for auditions next week.
Student involvement director, Samantha Carey, from Student Support at BYU-Idaho explains the fun activities there will be in this new winter semester and how volunteering has made her college experience more enriching.
Six-time Grammy nominee Frederica Von Stade and the Sonos Handbell Ensemble join the BYU-Idaho Orchestra, student choirs and performers from the school's theatre and dance departments in this year's production of "A BYU-Idaho Christmas" on Saturday, Dec. 7
Internationally-acclaimed violinist William Hagen discusses how he has prepared to play Beethoven's Violin Concerto at BYU-Idaho on Nov. 21 and talks about his career in music
BYU-Idaho has the largest ROTC program in the state. The officer training course can help students decide if the military is for them. Even if students aren't sure about joining the military, ROTC can provide them with a multitude of experiences and skills applicable in other areas of life.