Brigham Young University-Hawaii Reviews
Student & Graduate Reviews (5)
Brigham Young University-Hawaii is an amazing college. Students at BYUH represent over 70 countries from around the world, making BYUH one of the most diverse campuses in America. It's a very unique experience to go to school with students from such different backgrounds. I have the opportunity to learn about cultures and countries I knew nothing about before coming to college. Aside from the students, BYUH is a great place for learning. The class sizes are small, which gives students the opportunity to make connections and interact more with each other and teachers. Teachers are truly interested in helping students succeed. I have been able to form close relationships with my teachers. I talk with them often on how to better prepare for my future and they are able to help me figure out the best path to meet my goals.
Brigham Young University-Hawaii is an excellent school with a diverse student population and is currently ranked #14 in the Regional Colleges West list. BYU-Hawaii offers its students a truly unique opportunity to interact with students from cultures from all over the world and teaches them to celebrate and embrace diversity. The diverse student population is especially suited to support the TESOL undergraduate degree as BYU-H draws a large number of international ESL students. Students in the TESOL program are provided with a strong pedagogical grounding as well as ample opportunities to practice their skills and develop professionally. BYU-H is a relatively small university and students benefit from a low student-teacher ratio. The professors are knowledgeable, friendly, approachable, and always willing to help. The BYU-H campus is beautiful and nurtures the Spirit of Aloha. The learning environment promoted by the university professors, faculty, staff, and students encourages students to succeed and achieve more than they thought they could.
I love Brigham Young University - Hawaii. It has a student body much smaller than the other BYU's. This is beneficial because you are in much smaller classes and get to know your professors a lot better. This was useful for getting help in classes, as well as getting great letters of recommendation for graduate school.
This is a very diverse school. Academics were less important to me than the college experience and I was thoroughly satisfied. The student body is made of people from over 70 countries. Also, the school is on the North Shore of Oahu, so basically there is no place more beautiful. And as a religious school, I felt comfortable to express my beliefs.
This is a small school and as such, it was lacking the depth of classes for a complete degree in psychology. The environment more than made up for any deficiency in the school however and I was very pleased with my experience.