Recent Alumnus 2010-04-30T02:34:03Z
Some Areas and Classrooms on Campus Do Not Have Wireless Networks – In classrooms where I needed to access the internet, no wireless network was available.
Recent Alumnus 2010-04-30T00:09:49Z
Guys & Girls:
Girls Are Gorgeous – Honestly the student body is awesome. The girls are beautiful and the guys are fun. Overall very good people attend.
Recent Alumnus 2010-04-30T00:06:19Z
Pretty Good but Way Too Expensive – I think the food is alright but terribly overpriced for what you get out of it.
College Senior 2010-04-29T19:11:56Z
Organization Is the Best – Students are fully instructed about parking and fees. BYU campus provides good spots for all people have the chance to parking according with their needs.
College Senior 2010-04-29T19:10:13Z
Greek students are seen like any other student. The feeling of been here at BYU, give us the idea that all differences are going to be respected.
College Senior 2010-04-29T19:08:03Z
School Spirit – BYU has an amazing spirit when we talk about sports. Having the chance to attend the games show how BYU students are different and respect the other team.
Recent Alumnus 2010-04-27T08:20:38Z
Buses Are a Good Choice – The public buses are very affordable for a year pass through BYU and go pretty much everywhere you'll need to go. However, at common class hours they are sometimes crowded.
Recent Alumnus 2010-04-27T08:17:18Z
Private Religious University – Though it is a private and religiously affiliated university, the student body has representation of many religions and many different ethnicities. However, the diversity is a very small percentage and the majority is caucasian and a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.
Recent Alumnus 2010-04-27T08:13:53Z
Campus Is Beautiful – The scenery of the valley, the mountains, in the nearby canyons and recreational areas, adds to the already beautiful design of the on campus landscaping.
Recent Alumnus 2010-04-27T06:06:18Z
Bored With Campus Food? Eating at the same couple laces everyday can get boring. But when you're sutck on campus, there aren't a lot of choices. At BYU, we have and amazing hot dog place just south of campus. It's made to order, tastes amazing, and they have a delicious special sauce! You've got to try J-DAWGS.
Recent Alumnus 2010-04-27T06:00:35Z
Teaching You About Yourself – BYU might be strict, but all those rules help you get to know yourself a little better. It has helped teach me my limits, what I will and will not obey, what I really do want rather than what I would do if the oppurtunity presents itself. This school helped make me who I am today and helped me learn how to stand up for myself and be myself in any situation.
Recent Alumnus 2010-04-27T05:56:24Z
Restricts Your Life – BYU has a seriously tough honor code that each student is required to sign before applying to school: no drinking, no sex, no coffee, among other things, while enrolled at the schools. Fail to obey and you will probably find yourself on academic suspension or kicked out.
College Senior 2010-04-26T20:28:01Z
Variety Is the Spice of Life! Hot summers, to cold winters, but campus is always prepared for any type of weather. Plus, with the mountains nearby it always look beautiful!
College Senior 2010-04-26T20:24:06Z
The new Cannon Center has lots of variety, and while every meal may not be to your liking, there's always plenty of choices! The CougarEat has enough options and is always pretty clean and efficient!
Recent Alumnus 2010-04-26T02:28:20Z
Unique Culture – BYU has a very distinct culture. Being largely LDS, there are some weird customs and social norms that are really irritating. While people are really polite, once they find their niche or clique they don't branch out to meet new people much. The girls are definitely harder to get to, given their increased expectations and standard of living.
Recent Alumnus 2010-04-26T02:26:40Z
Weather is typical Utah weather, snow from late fall to mid-spring. Virtually no humidity, sometimes it gets a bit hot in the summer but it's not too bad. Those wishing to spend time outside have plenty of opportunity to do so after winter is over.
Recent Alumnus 2010-04-26T02:23:33Z
I haven't noticed a good number of Greeks at BYU. I'm sure there are some here, but the culture isn't prominent enough to really affect the campus much.
Recent Alumnus 2010-04-22T06:34:46Z
Dorms Ok, Approved Housing Better – The dorms on campus aren't in the best shape but what can you expect from a bunch of freshmen. I lived in budge hall, a part of helaman halls and it was fine. There was always something to do and I had plenty of dorm space. Wasn't a huge fan of the bathroom situation. The off campus approved housing was much better because there was more room and better quality.
Recent Alumnus 2010-04-22T06:31:22Z
I feel like BYU has everything you could ask for. The library has recently been updated to include more services and an increased volume of books. The student center provides help with any question you could imagine and is the source of a variety of events and activities. Sometimes activities aren't well publicized or well attended. The campus is beautiful and provides a good atmosphere for learning.
Recent Alumnus 2010-04-22T06:27:59Z
Recreation Management – I feel like the program is structured in a way that encourages experimental learning and application of principles. The faculty is amazing in that professors are passionate, knowledgeable, interesting and effective teachers. Internships in the program almost always lead to successful job placement. The work load is challenging but manageable.
Recent Alumnus 2010-04-19T14:50:58Z
Finding parking on campus can be difficult, but if you arrive on campus early enough in the day there is little difficulty finding good parking.
Recent Alumnus 2010-04-19T14:47:52Z
Housing Is Overpriced – The housing in the Provo area is run down and overpriced.
Recent Alumnus 2010-04-15T01:53:39Z
Not the Place – If you're looking for drugs you'll have to look somewhere else. I've been at BYU for going on four years and not seen or heard of drug or alcohol use.
Recent Alumnus 2010-04-15T01:49:41Z
Our campus is pretty diverse as far as race and ethnic background, there are people from Korea, China, South America, and other places across the globe though the majority of us are U.S. citizens. However, as far as religious diversity goes, we don't have a lot. Members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints make up about 97% of the school's population.
Recent Alumnus 2010-04-14T20:37:47Z
Off-Campus Grub – Provo is a college town and as such you'll find restaurants on every corner. Everyone loves CafeRio and Cold Stone, but there are a couple of smaller hot spots to check out as well. One of those rising stars is called J-Dawgs. The line gets pretty long though so it's best to get there just before the lunch hour.
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