The latest news and information from university administration and the academic colleges at BYU, including the latest in enrollment statistics, new classes and programs, awards and distinctions, new hires and official announcements.


Michael A. Dunn

Brigham Young University has named Michael A. Dunn as the new managing director of BYU Broadcasting. Dunn will oversee BYU’s radio, television and digital channels, including BYUtv.

Richards Building Pool

BYU has finalized design plans for a new pool that will fit in the current space of the university’s existing aquatic facility. The new design is almost 50-percent larger in water capacity and allows for much greater flexibility.

New International associate vice presidents

 Jeffrey F. Ringer has been appointed as a new associate international vice president. Additionally, Renata Forste has been named the new director of the Kennedy Center and an associate international vice president.

The Memorial Wall at Brigham Young University, which is located in the Wilkinson Student Center, will remain in its current location as part of a redesigned space for peaceful reflection and meditation.

BYU's smokestack, which has been a part of campus since 1958, will be torn down with other parts of the Central Heating Plant starting this week to make way for a new Cogeneration Facility.

Rosalind Hall and the BYU Men's Chorus

Originally released in 2013, Set Apart was produced with the intention to support the surge in missionary effort after the minimum age for serving was lowered. This latest Christmas download includes a special song about baptism.

 Stumped with what to get Grandma this year? Have a BYU fan on your list who already seems to have everything blue? The BYU Gift Guide is here to help you find something for everyone on your list, at every price.

Biographical information on the four members of the Advisory Council. 

A letter sent to the campus community by President Kevin J Worthen announcing the completion of a study by the Advisory Council on Campus Response to Sexual Assault.

Vice President Scharman talked with University Communications’ Natalie Tripp about the council’s deliberations and some of the key outcomes.