College Junior 2011-05-03T21:42:54Z
I usually drive, but they do have a good bus system. Unfortunately it isn't free though.
College Junior 2011-05-03T21:39:19Z
I find it difficult to eat out often because of lack of money. The creamery is just a grocery store, which I get stuff to cook at my dorm.
Recent Alumnus 2011-05-01T02:56:04Z
Honor Code – I love the honor code but, if you don't want to live by it, don't come here. The punishments are severe for those who break it and the rules are strict. No beards, no shorts above the knees, no smoking/drinking (even if you're the appropriate age)
Recent Alumnus 2011-05-01T02:54:51Z
Of course everybody knows JIMMER! He's brought our basketball attendance way up this year. Football attendance is pretty awesome too. Other than that, the sports aren't super well attended. There are a lot available, but the crowds aren't large.
Recent Alumnus 2011-05-01T02:53:34Z
Lots of 'Em – There are a ton of apartments available to students. On the downside, students are required to live within a 2 mile radius unless there are extenuating circumstances. As such, it's difficult to find the best priced apartments. However, all the places I've lived have an awesome atmosphere for BYU students.
Recent Alumnus 2011-04-28T16:55:04Z
Mass Aplication – The process for applying for financial aid is relatively easy. To be qualified however is another story. Most aid comes from academics.
Recent Alumnus 2011-04-28T16:47:12Z
The campus is not very diverse at all. The reason is the nature of the school; it is a privet religious school. It is mostly white LDS (Latter Day Saints) who apply and are admitted. Despite the lack of diversity there are a lot of cultural influences that are incorporated into BYU. This is partly because the most of the students here have served LDS missions to foreign countries and bring back with them a love for the culture and life of those they served.
Recent Alumnus 2011-04-28T16:41:18Z
Old but Fun – Freshman dorms at Brigham Young University are lacking in aesthetic appeal. They are very basic buildings made of cinder blocks. However, what they lack in looks they make up for in price and social interaction.
Recent Alumnus 2011-04-27T23:29:07Z
Weather is weather. Anywhere you go, you will have to deal with weather. This is a poor question.
Recent Alumnus 2011-04-27T23:28:05Z
There are just over 7,000 parking spots available to students. How many passes are issued? Just over 9,000. Does anybody else see the problem in this?
Recent Alumnus 2011-04-27T23:25:55Z
Network Reliability and Speed – Or the lack thereof... I have been inside the main floor of the library and have not been able to connect to the wifi. The "no signal" zone is not just limited to the library, there are other places on campus that, if there is signal, the internet moves unbearably slow.
Recent Alumnus 2011-04-27T21:08:09Z
Security Control – the byu security is great. super friendly and always there when you need them.
Recent Alumnus 2011-04-27T21:06:19Z
It's Just Okay – Not too much going on around campus at night besides individual parties and random events every now and then
College Junior 2011-04-25T04:00:40Z
The school is like none on earth, the campus is clean, and the people are great, I love going to school at BYU!
College Junior 2011-04-25T03:58:13Z
Many NCAA sports, almost a game every day! And the tickets are cheap if you get the season passes! The football games were awesome!
College Junior 2011-04-25T03:55:35Z
As I searched for off campus housing I found that there were many choices around, almost too many!
Recent Alumnus 2011-04-24T21:48:42Z
Access to City Life and the Outdoors – Provo, UT is a great place to go to school. It is located just 45 minutes south of SLC but also less than 45 drive to mountains. It is very versatile city for college students who love the city but also the outdoors. BYU also holds many culture events allowing students and locals to embrace diversity.
Recent Alumnus 2011-04-24T21:44:42Z
Social Work Program – I was one of the last group of students to complete the Bachelor of Social Work Program at BYU. The program was wonderful. The professors were friendly and always willing to assist students in achieving their highest potential. The School of Social Work facilities were located in a very nice building with the newest technology making it easy and fun to learn. I was very sad to see the BSW Program canceled at BYU. It was a wonderful generalist program that prepared students to serve as social workers in the community and also prepared students for their MSW.
College Senior 2011-04-23T20:40:50Z
Nice pool,basketball courts, everything you would want
Recent Alumnus 2011-04-20T17:54:00Z
Bus and Car – There is a great public transit system that runs everywhere you need it to go and enough roads to get you anywhere.
Recent Alumnus 2011-04-20T17:38:01Z
Mostly White Folks – BYU has quite a few foreign-exchange students but we don't have a whole lot of diversity on our campus. There are lots and lots of young caucasians.
Recent Alumnus 2011-04-20T17:23:20Z
Great Food Options – There are great options for food on campus. There are dining halls with pretty solid menus and at the Cougareat you can get any major fast food including some you don't see everywhere.
Recent Alumnus 2011-04-18T05:26:19Z
Great Campus – this is a great place. almost everyone has the same standards which makes it easy to be who you are. it is very academically oriented, but with many fun activities going on all the time.
Recent Alumnus 2011-04-18T05:19:24Z
We Have a Clean Campus – there is basically no drug scene at BYU. of course there are people that use drugs or drink or smoke, but they are few and far between.
Recent Alumnus 2011-04-18T05:11:31Z
A Pretty Good Place When You're Hungry – there are plenty of places to eat around Provo. there are lots of fast food places and plenty of nicer sit-down restaurants and many ethics places. one of my favorites is called Tuscanos. its a brazillian barbeque place.
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