• Meals on Wheels

    President Worthen and Mayor Curtis joined students and community members who volunteer to take meals to home-bound residents of Provo. On his Instagram account, Worthen wrote "We are blessed to be a part of a community that embraces lifelong service."

  • New religion classes

    Need a religion class for your Fall Semester schedule? There are four brand-new cornerstone classes just waiting for you to give them a try. Get the inside scoop on what those classes will cover, who can take them, and which ones count towards requirements. 

  • Wanted

    Harvard, Stanford and Caltech have grad school offers for BYU undergraduate Stephen Erickson. The reason? He's authored a study on how to improve solar panels with nano-sized crystals that he grows in an underground campus lab. Read more about it. 


Fewer questions, more details: student surveys get a facelift

A new survey has been written for students with only 11 questions (there were 23 before) asking your opinion on the effectiveness of the instructor, how the course and the instructor helped you achieve the Aims of a BYU Education and how much time you spent out of class. Read more.


BYU production of 'Our Town' gathers 13 national awards

The Kennedy Center’s awards are among the most prestigious in the nation to be presented for a university production. In the case of Our Town, the number of national recognitions of this kind garnered for a single production is unprecedented at BYU. Learn more.