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BYU Visitors Center and Graduate Studies occupy new locations

Public Affairs and Guest Relations (the Visitors Center) has moved to the Gordon B. Hinckley Center, and Graduate Studies can now be found in the Former President's Home on campus.

Those wishing to arrange campus tours or other experiences for visitors can go to the desk at the front doors of the Hinckley Center, or they can call Public Affairs and Guest Relations at 422-4678. General information for visitors is also found at visitors.byu.edu .

The web site for Graduate Studies is gradstudies.byu.edu . Those who maintain web sites referring to Graduate Studies should be aware of the following contact information:

Graduate Studies

Brigham Young University

105 FPH

Provo, UT 84602

Fax: 801-422-0270

E-mail: gradstudies@byu.edu

Web site: http://gradstudies.byu.edu

Writer: Brent Harker

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