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Brigham Young University, Provo

(4.4/5 based on 240+ reviews on the web)
Admission: Free

Museum Hours:

Mon - Tue: 10:00 am - 6:00 pm

Wed - Fri: 10:00 am - 9:00 pm

Sat: 10:00 am - 6:00 pm

Sun: Closed

MOA Cafe Hours:

Mon – Fri: 11:00 am – 2:00 pm

Sat – Sun: Closed

Closed for University devotional (Tuesdays 10:45 to 11:45 a.m.)
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  • I stopped by here, solo, just to view the outdoor sculptures on the grounds. It's a very peaceful and well groomed campus. 
  • Came and walked around and tutored the athletic facilities and buildings. It is a gorgeous setting. Buildings are a little too eclectic. It is always clean and well-manicured. 
  • I just stopped by to visit and pick up some swag. A friendly place, with LOTS of building going on. Go Cougars ! 
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  • amazing education at a an unbeatable price. Students are happy, friendly, and helpful. The university does a lot for the surrounding community and holds world class entertainment.
  • I went to ByU and have fond memories of a great first year. A busy, fun, campus with dozens of fun events to choose from each weekend. Got me into medical school and residency.
  • Pros: * You can graduate debt free with a world class education. Can that be said of many other institutions? * Professors by and large care about their students. I had one professor who saw a significant portion of the class was struggling and taught a two hour remedial course at night to help those who needed it. When I told him it was after the busses ran and couldn't make it, he offered to take me home personally. * There is no rape culture. Rape statistics show it to be among the safest campuses in the world. Most years there are 0 rapes. Don't believe the press. Could rape response be better? Yes! But don't think that you are at a higher risk of getting raped if you go there. That's just not true. * The honor code. For as much bad press as it gets, it truly keeps the place a nice place to be. Draconian? Maybe. Not being able to shave is a small price to place to escape the pervasive drinking culture on every other campus I've ever been on. Are there drugs? Are there people doing bad things? I'm sure of it. But if you want to be good, you can. Cons: * Parking * Guidance counselors I interfaced with were not good. Most of the negative votes are from people who never actually went there. I never experienced overt homophobia while I was there. Maybe I just got lucky? I don't think so. By and large people at BYU are good, honest people who make mistakes.
  • Great school, but man I'm floundering in my schoolwork. Definitely gettin an education at BYU.
  • I enjoyed the friendly atmosphere and I enjoyed having the Honor Code. I learned a lot and grew a lot. My only problem was with the bureaucracy in the teaching department. Not many counselors were interested in me or my needs/wants, but if you are looking to just get told what to do, not a problem.