Brigham Young University Reviews
Student & Graduate Reviews (70)
This is one the best private schools in the west. The staff is very professional, the curriculum is outstanding and the campus amassing. The School of Management taught me the skills I needed to make it in the business world. It prepared me to deal with different types organizations and different types of people. It game me the insight a business person needs to success in society today.
My time at BYU was irreplaceable in my life. It became an essential part of helping me to become the person I am today. The school has a good balance of competition and support from both faculty and fellow students. I felt I was stretched and supported all along the way while I was there. I would recommend BYU to anyone looking for a good, supportive environment where morals are upheld. You do not need to be LDS (Mormon) to attend, although most of the students are. If you do decide to attend, I hope that BYU will be as instrumental in helping you find yourself as it was for me.
I am glad I went to BYU because the campus is clean, uplifting, and there are many majors offered. I was not glad I went to BYU because of the required religion courses that affect your GPA and the strict Honor Code specifically related to hair and clothing.
Brigham Young University provided an excellent large-scale university experience. The academic programs available to me were diverse and interesting. Once into my major, I had the opportunity to work closely with professors on real-life projects that were meaningful.
Had a great time. The school is full of motivated students and professors, and there's a real professional quality about the approach to education. I definitely give it a five star review, but with one caveat: it's not a place to go if you want to doubt the "Why" behind why we're here on Earth (if you're already a member of BYU's religion, LDS Christian). People are told to accept certain answers, and even if I believe them, I do dislike not being able to come up with other answers for myself.
For the price the school is the best bang for your buck you are going to get. It is a very respected school that has a very good reputation. The problems that I had with the school were class size, the limited amount of space in the programs of study in which you had to apply to get into, but if did not get in what are you supposed to do?! Then you end up wasting your time at a school hoping to get into your program of study. The campus is beautiful, and well maintained.
I loved my undergraduate experience at BYU Provo. It was ultra-challenging yet deeply rewarding. I felt like I was exposed to great literature and ideas and taught by brilliant professors. I felt safe and made lots of life-long friendships. Ideas were discussed and debated in class. I greatly enjoyed the LDS-standards culture. It is a great place for someone that doesn't drink and believes in sex after marriage because there are a lot of people there with similar views. The tuition is super-reasonable. The cost of living is fairly inexpensive. There are also a lot of extra-curricular activities, sports, live bands, comedy, dances, art exhibits, etc. Lots of fun positive things to do.
BYU had an excellent psychology program. It was rigorous, but also manageable. I learned quite a few techniques that I still use to this day as a counselor. If you are majoring in psychology, please do be aware that at some point you will need to get a Master's in order to work in the field. I did know that going in, so it was a good experience.
Brigham Young University and the Marriott School of Management is one of the top business schools in the country and ranks as the top school for Accounting. The students come from all over the globe and most are multi-lingual. The program provides excellent and direct application of academics and practical experience from top professors and leading executives who share their expertise with students. They have a fantastic internship support system to land excellent opportunities and this feeds into their placements of new graduates into top companies.
BYU was where I really understood who I am. I felt academically challenged, but also supported by the professors. I love the atmosphere of that school and the balance it gives between social, academic, and spiritual experiences.