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By Cami Buckley April 22, 2021
Roughly 12% of the 2021 class are first-gen grads; Pedro Torres is one of them. Read Full Story
By Christie Allen April 22, 2021
The April commencement ceremony honored BYU graduates of the 2020–21 academic year and conferred 6,742 degrees. The proceedings were broadcast from the Marriott Center to graduates and their loved ones around the world. Read Full Story
By Aaron Sorenson April 22, 2021
BYU Academic Vice President C. Shane Reese announced the appointment of three new deans today, including Richard D. Osguthorpe at the David O. McKay School of Education, Laura Padilla-Walker at the College of Family, Home, and Social Sciences and Adam T. Woolley as the dean of Graduate Studies. Read Full Story
By Kaylee Esplin April 21, 2021
“I truly believe that people have this powerful opportunity to change the world.” Read Full Story
By Brenna Seeman April 21, 2021
Arjang “RJ” Abrarpour would not trade his unique BYU experience for anything. Read Full Story
By Carri Jenkins April 21, 2021
Forste replaces Sandra Rogers, who will be retiring from BYU after 41 years of service. Read Full Story
By Christie Allen April 20, 2021
When she began her master’s in social work at BYU, Beth O’Brien already had a clear vision of what she most wanted to accomplish: to provide emotional support to postpartum women navigating the mental health challenges that are common to new mothers. Read Full Story
By Christie Allen April 20, 2021
A Q&A with the 2021 student commencement speaker Read Full Story
April 19, 2021
Brigham Young University will implement a 2.5% increase for undergraduate tuition for the 2021–22 academic year. This will bring the undergraduate rate per semester from $2,985 to $3,060, an increase of $75. Read Full Story
By Christie Allen April 19, 2021
When BYU Law student Melissa Jo “MJ” Townsend was growing up, her mother frequently reminded her that she — a member of “the People” — was the government. Read Full Story