Brigham Young University-Hawaii

55-220 Kulanui Street, Laie, HI
Christian college

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Questions and Answers about Brigham Young University-Hawaii

Rosario M.
3 months ago
After the initial Financial Aid package is given from Brigham Young University-Hawaii, are there any ways for that to be reevaluated or any way for students to be able to get more?
Rosario M.
3 months ago
Are the scholarships at BYU- Hawaii based on merit or financial need?
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3 months ago
Is Brigham Young University-Hawaii test optional?
Megan C.
4 months ago
Where can I find scholarship opportunities that Brigham Young University-Hawaii offers?
Christina G.
4 months ago
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Majors offered at Brigham Young University-Hawaii

Biggest majors
Accounting and Related Services
Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Studies and Humanities
Hospitality Administration/Management

Academics at Brigham Young University-Hawaii

SAT Score Range
Required with application
ACT Score Range
Required with application
Student Faculty Ratio
17 to 1
Somewhat Selective (45% Acceptance Rate)
School type
Non-profit Private 4-year institution

Brigham Young University-Hawaii demographics

32% White
7% Multiracial
7% Pacific Islander
5% Hispanic
4% Asian
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Common careers for Brigham Young University-Hawaii students

Common Careers and Their Average Annual Salary

Public Relations (PR) Manager112k
Information Technology (IT) Consultant93k
Corporate Controller91k
Senior Accountant54k
Reference Librarian52k
Operations Analyst50k
Graphic Designer39k
Based on 1,022 student responses
53kAvg. Early Career Pay
99.8kAvg. Mid-Career Pay
59%in High-Meaning careers
12%in STEM careers

Net price of attending Brigham Young University-Hawaii

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Student reviews of Brigham Young University-Hawaii

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Recommended by

100% of students

Known for

Beautiful campus
Diverse and Inclusive
Lots of interesting clubs and activities
Access to outdoor activities
Awesome study spaces and libraries
Logan Dixon
Stocks And Investing
Scuba Diving
Reading + 7 others



I have liked that we are so close to the ocean and the marine sciences are hands-on. The professors here are well educated. Plus every day you wake up in paradise.

WHAT I didn’t LIKE

I would like the price of things to be less expensive.

Emma Vaterlaus
Chinese + 12 others



Aloha future Seasiders! BYU-Hawaii is a culturally diverse, immersive learning experience. With students from over 70 countries around the world, it is common to walk around campus and hear friends chatting in all different languages! Class sizes are small, which helps us create a University Ohana that knows and cares for each other. There are opportunities nearly every Saturday to help Malama the Haina on this beautiful island. If you are willing to get curious and ask questions about the people around you, you have one of the rarest opportunities to make life-long friends in every corner of the globe. We can't wait for you to come to join us!

WHAT I didn’t LIKE

Aloha future Seasiders! BYU-Hawaii is an incredibly culturally diverse university, set on the beautiful island of Oahu, immersed in the native Hawaiian culture. It has been an incredible learning experience so far, but there are things to be aware of. With so many cultures on campus, we learn quickly and often that what is acceptable to one group of people can be offensive to another. Humility and empathy are a must if you are interested in applying. Students that cannot humble themselves to apologize or change and that do not accept the apologies of others can create conflict on campus. Come with a curious mind and a forgiving heart and you will fit in just fine. Another warning, drama is a no-go. Everyone is ohana here and that means sometimes we step on each other's toes. Students who become riled up about school policy or attempt to start drama among students, departments, etc. are not welcome. Come feel the spirit of Aloha with us, we don't need none of that negative energy here! We look forward to seeing you here!

Kaleah Liechty
Business And Entrepreneurship
Ukulele + 83 others



I love my teachers and friends. They are all so understanding, fun (like, really fun), and accommodating towards my mental illness and disabilities. There are good people here, especially if you're looking for them. Their entrepreneurship program is amazing, too. I have had so many opportunities and have been able to begin my career and find things I am passionate about before even graduating. They facilitate success. Also, the beach is practically 7 minutes away, walking time. I love learning, and I love it here.

WHAT I didn’t LIKE

The dating scene isn't much of a scene, the honor code is important to follow, some people don't keep the standards they teach, there is not very good health care here, and really bad accessibility to counseling services. It is easy to get island fever and go a little stir-crazy; especially if you don't have a car. This isn't a negative thing, but you should know that if you are in Hawaii, you are a guest. The land is sacred and the people are deserving of respect. I love it here and try hard to show that by how I interact with my surroundings.

Miki Kochi



I like how easy to access everything from campus. I live off-campus and have a bike, so I can literally go to BYUH in 5 mins, to Foodland in 5 mins, and to the beach in 3 mins. I love where I live!

WHAT I didn’t LIKE

Well… I don’t like the administration. It’s horrible. And some professors have a poor performance like every other college.

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