|Ethnicity Breakdown||Asian||Black||Caucasian||Hispanic||Middle Eastern||Native American||Pacific Islander|
|Brigham Young University-Idaho Students||4%||3%||85%||11%||1%||2%||2%|
|All Bold.org College Students||11%||21%||37%||25%||2%||2%||1%|
These schools are similar to Brigham Young University-Idaho in key aspects like size, setting, and academics.
97% of students
I like the closeness to the mountains and the FHE events on Mondays that make it easy to make new friends. i also like that there are students from everywhere; korea, mexico, zimbabwe, africa, etc.
You have to attend chuch every sunday to remain and student and have to follow thier honor code.
I love how there are so many things to do, and the variety of said things. Anyone can find something they enjoy doing on campus! The people are great and the professors actually care about your education!
There can be some issues because it’s a privately owned religious university.
I wanted to come to Brigham Young University-Idaho for two main reasons: the first is for their communications program, which I had heard from many friends that would be excellent. The other reason was that I wanted to go to a place where my values and beliefs would be respected and protected, and that's exactly what the school strives to accomplish. The students certainly aren't perfect. They have their flaws in one way or another, but then again, what school are you going to now that doesn't have flawed people within it? Overall, the environment and feeling of this university are far better than any other I have had the privilege of knowing.
The dating scene can be very...interesting, to say the least, but if you navigate the waters with your head screwed on straight, then you'll be fine.
Brigham Young University-Idaho has been a great experience for me so far, my teachers are kind and flexible. They offer many activities and career/internship opportunities. Their counseling services are also amazing. I would highly recommend it.
While BYUI offers a lot of degree options, it doesn't offer everything. But it is a great starting place.
It's such a fun experience to be around students with similar interests and morals! I feel driven and want to excel in my own personal learning.
I wish there were even more classes to choose from! The options here are great, but more would never hurt.
Brigham Young University Idaho is an environment of peace and unity. It is diverse and a place away from home.
Adjusting to the culture.