Brigham Young University is located in Provo, Utah with two other schools baring the same name in Idaho and Hawaii. Consists mostly of Mormons, but others are admitted. Most girls go there with hopes of not getting an education, but meeting a nice, good-looking returned missionary to take to the temple and get hitched to. It's a very nice school, but like I said, it's a meat market.
A good promotional slogan for BYU would be, "If you come to BYU for 4 years without getting married, we'll refund your tuition!"
In 1984 BYU football rose to glory by earning the National Championship with a record of 13-0.
The world is our campus. (BYU slogan)
Brigham Young University: an institution located in Provo, Utah. Endorsed by the LDS church, it is a private university that educates approximately 30,000 students annually.
A sub-Mormon culture predominates, especially in dorm establishments like "Heritage Halls," "Deseret Towers" (D.T.) and "Helaman Halls." Common activities include creative dating techniques, hall prayers, ward activities, and tunneling.
Strict enforcement of the BYU Honor Code includes monitering modest clothing, chaste lifestyles, and honesty. Devotionals are broadcast every week at Tuesday, for which all campus facilities are shut down. Dorms and activities have a general curfew of midnight. A general university publication called "The Daily Universe" is released daily. Common campus buildings include the Wilkinson Student Center (the WILK), the Martin L Harris Classroom Building (the MARB), and the Joseph Smith Building (JSB).
The curriculum is large and academically exceptional, but also includes such majors as "family consumer sciences." A BYU education is very typically conservative.
The stereotypical BYU girl has a bubble haircut, wears a plain, modest t-shirt or button up collared shirt with either a long skirt or jeans, and wears Doc Martens sandals. She has very straight hair and perfect makeup, and smiles sweetly to everyone. She enters the establishment at the age of 18, is engaged by 19 to a returned missionary (R.M.), and generally leaves school to raise a family.