Brigham Young University-Idaho Reviews
Student & Graduate Reviews (20)
I loved going to BYUI. My teachers were amazing, and I loved being able to always get the help that I needed. They were always understanding of problems. I loved the environment and made many friends. The price for what you get is amazing!
The atmosphere of the university is amazing. So peaceful. The other students are friendly.
I loved BYU Idaho!! The campus is small enough that you get to know your professors and aren't just a number. The classes offered were great, and with the beautiful mission setting, Rexburg was the perfect place to go to school!! Would definitely go back!!!
I loved college!! I took several elective classes that really broadened my knowledge of things that were interesting to me. I went on a study abroad trip to Europe, took snowboarding, dance, animal science, and cooking. By taking my time in school and taking classes outside of my major, I know that I became a more well-rounded person and can contribute better to society, relate to my students, and be more understanding to people of all nations, beliefs, and cultures. Attending college not only gives you a chance to get out of your parent's house and stand on your own two feet, but it teaches you responsibility, how to learn and question things for yourself, and it gives you a sense of purpose and pride. Going to school will be hard, but when you learn how to deal with issues, you are learning life lessons that will significantly impact your life. You learn how to get along with people you might not otherwise associate with; you learn how to solve problems that are hard; you challenge yourself, and you have a ton of fun in the midst of it all. I cherish my college days, and I wouldn't change one thing about the experiences I learned while in school. College was literally the best thing I have ever done, and it has created so many opportunities afterward with my career that I never would've been able to experience without my schooling. My degree and college memories are priceless and no matter what happens to my family or the economy, no one can take those away. Those experiences make me who I am today.
It was a great college. I learned a lot from my time there. Everyone is super friendly and approachable. The profressors want whats best for you and are open to help you in any way that you need. The classes are small enough where you get that attention, although the university is growing pretty rapidly and that may change.
I loved BYU-I. The campus is so friendly and you bump into friends all the time. The professors were excellent and concerned about the students. It's nice that they don't have to do research because it gives them more time to work with you.
It is a religious school owned and run by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (aka Mormon). Located about an hour south of Yellowstone it offers a great deal of outdoor opportunities. These include, camping, hiking, rafting, rock climbing, cross country skiing and many more. The school itself is located in a small town with most things easy enough to walk or bike to. It is very affordable but heavy on the rules so if you are planning on partying this is not the place for you. If you are looking for a good school at a great price where everyone is trying to help each other then this might be a good fit for you. True not for everyone but very fun, accepting and nice.
It was a college that upheld it's standards. The students lived by the honor code and it reflected in the way that they would treat each other. BYUI helped me mature morally, spiritually, and emotionally. My relationships from college are treasured. My professors actually knew me by name and cared about me.
The professors take interest in their students and their academics. They want you to succeed. The environment for learning is awesome.
Great school, Great environment. This is the type of school and program that you really have to put forth your time and commitment to achieve the most amazing experiences and growth ever. Perfect for the LDS environment, you have to be creative in doing stuff in Rexburg, although it is growing, but it's no Provo. Another thing is get to know the professors, ask them questions take time to learn from their career experiences.