Brigham Young University, Brigham Young University-Hawaii, Brigham Young University-Idaho and LDS Business College exist to provide an excellent secular education reinforced with the ideals and religious principles of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
All students attending these schools, including those of other faiths, sign an honor code agreeing to maintain the highest standards of honor, integrity, morality and consideration of others in personal behavior. These standards include using clean language, attending church services regularly, abstaining from sexual relations outside of marriage and not drinking alcoholic beverages or smoking.
- BYU Provo Campus
- BYU Hawaii Campus
- BYU-Idaho Center Auditorium
- LDS Business College building in Salt Lake City
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Brigham Young University
Web site: www.byu.edu
Location: Provo, Utah
Number of enrolled students in 2005: approximately 27,000
Current president: Cecil O. Samuelson
Brigham Young University-Hawaii
Per capita the most internationally diverse campus in the nation, with more than 74 countries represented.
Web site: www.byuh.edu
Location: Laie, Hawaii
Number of enrolled students in 2005: approximately 2,400
Current president: Eric B. Shumway
Brigham Young University-Idaho
Previously known as Ricks College, BYU-Idaho became a four-year university in 2000.
Web site: www.byui.edu
Location: Rexburg, Idaho
Number of enrolled students in 2005: approximately 12,000
Current president: Kim B. Clark, former dean of Harvard Business School
LDS Business College
Offers one- and two-year vocational programs
Web site: www.ldsbc.edu
Location: Salt Lake City, Utah
Number of enrolled students in 2005: 1,300
Current president: Stephen K. Woodhouse