College Junior 2013-11-04T20:35:39Z
For the most part, the computers are up to date and highly accessible. Wifi is available in all computer labs and library, but is only sometimes available in other places on campus if you're attempting to access a network connection through a personal laptop.
College Sophomore 2013-11-04T18:55:56Z
There are a plenty computers all over campus that you can access. Not only are they accessible there are specific labs with tutors in case you need help learning to do something specific. Different types of computers are accessible all over campus. Printing is made simple by printers being in every building and students need only download the campus driver and can print from their computer, scan their card and get the paper.
College Sophomore 2013-11-04T18:53:31Z
I love the options available to me around campus. I never have trouble finding something if I have a particular craving.
College Sophomore 2013-11-04T18:51:16Z
Because I drive my car I know fairly little about this stuff. But every year the campus has a fair that teaches students about all of the different transportation options available to students.
College Sophomore 2013-11-04T18:45:40Z
Although spots can fill up quickly on campus the parking passes are free as long as you are a student. Recently the campus has made a push for people driving less to school and have tried to make others ways of getting to campus possible. Most of off campus housing only a short walk from campus.
College Senior 2013-11-03T03:45:46Z
I love my major and I love the school. There is nothing that I would change about my educational experience.
College Senior 2013-11-03T03:40:14Z
Permits are free, tickets can be pretty expensive and they take away your permit if you get too many. You don't need a car, but it's nice to have one.
College Senior 2013-11-03T03:31:44Z
I would not change my major for the world. I would like to go to grad school after I graduate and get some experience under my belt. It's not too difficult to find work and such for people who graduate in my major.
College Senior 2013-11-03T03:31:43Z
It's very easy to get internships, for many majors it is actually required to have an internship.
College Senior 2013-11-03T03:21:39Z
There are lots of labs and such on campus. If you need a computer you can find one quite easily.
College Senior 2013-11-03T03:13:33Z
Guys & Girls:
Dating is kind of a big deal on campus. If you want to you can definitely find some pretty awesome people to date.
College Senior 2013-11-03T03:09:40Z
There are some really good off-campus dining options, they're pretty close to campus as well, so it's nice.
College Senior 2013-11-03T03:06:20Z
They just revamped the on-campus housing, so it's pretty nice.
College Senior 2013-11-03T03:03:44Z
The weather in Utah is severely bipolar. In the summer it is ridiculously hot, and in the winter you get several feet of snow.
College Senior 2013-11-03T03:01:45Z
BYU is located in Provo, Utah. Aka Happy Valley. Good luck finding a bar.
College Senior 2013-11-03T03:00:03Z
The off campus housing is just fine. It's pretty varied so you can find whatever you want. You just have to put in the research to find a place to live.
College Senior 2013-11-03T02:58:25Z
There's only one fraternity available on campus, and they don't make a show of their presence.
College Senior 2013-11-03T02:57:19Z
I have never tried to use the financial aid system at the school.
College Senior 2013-11-03T02:56:41Z
BYU is not super strict on anything. They leave you to obey the honor code that you signed when you entered. If you don't obey, that's your choice but you live with the consequences.
College Senior 2013-11-03T02:54:36Z
The advertising program is amazing. You get a lot of hands on experience and you get to work with professors who really know their stuff. You learn a lot by putting the things that you learn in to practice and it really prepares you for the stresses and demands of the real world.
College Senior 2013-11-03T02:54:36Z
BYU is a tough school to attend. It is very academically rigorous and if you're not prepared to work hard you will not do well. But if you got to class and pay attention then you'll do just fine.
College Senior 2013-11-02T14:39:19Z
While I never lived on campus, living off campus can be kind of a nightmare. The monopoly system that's been set up for off-campus housing by forcing all BYU students to live in BYU-contracted housing has a number of problems, beginning with the fact that you can't live anywhere that you want to. "Off-campus housing" is really "campus housing but not on campus".
College Senior 2013-11-02T14:37:30Z
While it takes some time to acclimate to BYU, especially for someone who comes from a different political background than the majority of students, once you find your niche of friends, BYU is wonderful. The relationship that develops between people who are of a similar background, especially when they're a variation of that background, is very helpful. I wish that BYU allowed for greater diversity, and was more respectful towards LGBT students, but they're not.
College Senior 2013-11-02T14:35:19Z
The paperwork is kind of annoying, and the scholarships aren't exactly the easiest to come by, except for the Spring & Summer terms. If you have a relatively decent GPA and you apply for the Spring & Summer terms, odds are high you'll receive at least half-tuition.
College Sophomore 2013-11-01T16:36:02Z
Movie and popcorn sounds great to me!
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