BYU seeks to develop students of faith, intellect, and character. Students at BYU are taught the truths of the gospel of Jesus Christ, which gospel encourages the pursuit of all truth. President Gordon B. Hinckley said of BYU:
Here we are doing what is not done in any other major university of which I am aware. We are demonstrating that faith in the Almighty can accompany and enrich scholarship in the secular.
Eva Witesman, associate professor in the Marriott School of Management, delivered this week’s devotional address about the importance of obtaining education in preparation for the future God sees in all of His children.
Languages are complex, especially translating from one language to another. But the study of language learning supports each of the four aims of a BYU education.
Every Tuesday students, faculty, staff and the greater BYU community gather for a weekly Devotional or Forum address. Devotionals & Forums will be in the de Jong Concert Hall of the Harris Fine Arts Center.
Elder Gary E. Stevenson invited members through the use of social media to accept the biblical invitation, “Go ye into all the world, and preach the gospel to every creature.”
The recently reorganized General Relief Society Presidency spoke together for the first time at the 2017 BYU Women’s Conference. Each shared experiences and insights on The Relief Society.
During Thursday's afternoon session of BYU Women’s Conference, General Sunday School President, Brother Tad R. Callister spoke with his wife, Sister Kathryn Callister of the healing power of the Savior.
Sister Sharon Eubank, first counselor in the General Relief Society Presidency, opened the 2017 BYU Women’s Conference by sharing examples of women who were truly converted.