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BYU Dining Services

(801) 422-2571 | | 180 USB

BYU Dining Services is here to help you make the most of your BYU experience! We operate several dining locations across campus, offer student meal plans, provide nutrition resources, and employ both student and non-student employees, all with the intent to help reduce some of the stresses of college life.

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BYU Financial Fitness Center

(801) 422-7355 | A166 ASB

We help students to develop plans to pay for school, avoid excessive debt, and manage their finances so they can perform well in their studies.

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BYU Museum of Art

(801) 422-8287 | | MOA

The BYU Museum of Art is one of the best-attended university art museums in the United States. Located between the HFAC and ASB, the Museum features both permanent and rotating exhibitions in six galleries on two levels, as well as a robust schedule of educational programming and events. Admission to the Museum is free of charge and open to the public. Visit with your friends, with your date, or individually and take advantage of the many self-guided activities and prizes. Don't forget to download the MOA app to access a host of virtual content!

We are open until 8:00 PM on Friday nights. Also be sure to visit the popular Museum Cafe and Museum Store!

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BYU Office of Information Security

1388 N. University Ave

Talk with us to learn how to get hacked in your freshman year.

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BYU Print and Mail

(801) 422-2741 | | 701 E. University Parkway

We have copy centers on campus, including Cougar Creations, and also run the printing kiosks on campus. We print custom t-shirts too!

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Center for Peace and Conflict Resolution

(801) 422-5068 | | 4412 WSC

The Center for Peace and Conflict Resolution (CPCR) at the BYU Law School is committed to transforming conflict on campus and throughout the world. Through mediation, arbitration, training workshops, research, conferences, academic courses, and consultations, the CPCR assists both BYU and the community beyond campus in building skills and promoting understanding of peace, negotiation, communication, and conflict resolution.

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Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)

(801) 422-3035 | 1500 WSC

CAPS is the primary mental health service for BYU students. We offer a range of services aimed at helping students maintain mental fitness.

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Enrollment Services

Enrollment Services is here to help you with your student account, financial aid, scholarships, registration, transfer credits, and mission deferments. We offer a FAFSA Marital Status Workshop for those who have recently been married and a Mission Deferment Workshop for students who have received their mission assignment. Additionally, there is a Beginning of Semester Checklist on our website to help kick off the semester. Check it out or give us a call; we’d love to help answer your questions!

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Honor Code Office

(801) 422-2847 | | 4450 WSC

The Honor Code Office works with students to develop a plan to create new habits while fulfilling the full purpose of a BYU education.

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International Students and Scholars

(801) 422-2695 | | 1351 WSC

BYU International Student and Scholar Services provides personal, cultural and academic advisement while assisting students and scholars in maintaining their lawful status so that they may have an enriching and successful BYU experience. We aspire to provide holistic advisement to our international students and scholars so that they may successfully achieve their educational goals.

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Kennedy Center - International Study Programs

(801) 422-3686 | | 101 HRCB

Brigham Young University’s Office of International Study Programs (ISP) serves students by developing and implementing life-changing international academic experiences. BYU has the 14th largest study abroad program in the United States (Institute of International Education) and sends more than 2,500 students abroad every year. ISP works with faculty directors from many different departments across campus to send study abroad programs, international internships, and direct enrollment programs to Africa, Asia, Europe, the Americas, and the Pacific. Many programs are comparable in price to a semester on campus, especially considering the scholarships and financial aid available. ISP is excited to work with students to find the program that is right for them and expand their world. Students will find there are study abroad options within their reach and worthy of their dreams.

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Liberal Arts Advisement & Careers

(801) 422-3541 | | 1041 JFSB

We help students become career ready by helping them identify opportunities for experience, learning, and competency building.

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Marriott School of Business | 730 TNRB

At BYU Marriott of Business, students become the kind of leaders that lean, agile organizations of all kinds will depend on.

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Office of Information Technology

(801) 422-4000 | | 1388 N. University Ave

Brigham Young University's Office of Information Technology partners with campus departments and university leadership to improve digital experiences that affect BYU students, employees, faculty, and guests. We take our role very seriously and work hard to improve our products, services, employees, and processes to maximize the value we provide to the university.

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Prestigious Scholarships

(801) 422-6818 | 350 MSRB

BYU Prestigious Scholarships can help you prepare early for nationally competitive graduate school scholarships.

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Studio 1030

(801) 422-1030 | WSC 1030

From men's and women's cuts to nails and lashes, this full-service salon is here for you! Located on the bottom floor of the Wilkinson Center, we are just around the corner from your next class! You'll find great pricing at professional quality. Trust us when we say, this is the place to be! Join the Studio 1030 loyalty program and get discounts you won't want to miss out on. We can't wait to see you in our chair!

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University Accessibility Center

801.422.2767 - - 2170 WSC

The UAC offers a variety of services for students with disabilities. All students interested in receiving any of these services (except Housing) must complete the intake process under “Forms” beforehand. Services offered include:
  • Academic Accommodations
  • Accessible Book Creations
  • Accessibility Lab
  • ADHD/Learning Disability Evaluation
  • Assistive Technology
  • Housing
  • Interpreters (American Sign Language)
  • REACH Program
  • Scholarships
  • Temporary Medical Conditions
  • Transcriptionists (Live Captioning)
  • Volunteer Opportunities
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Women's Services & Resources

(801) 422-4455 | | 3326 WSC

WSR addresses women's issues in a positive, proactive way. As a Campus Life office, we create events, campaigns, and service opportunities to raise awareness on women's issues and support the women and men at BYU in their challenges. We also provide one-on-one nutrition consultations to give students the information and direction you need to achieve a healthy, well-balanced lifestyle.

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Y-Serve Tutoring

(801) 422-8686 | | 2330 WSC

Find a Tutor, Be a Tutor. Our program offers FREE tutoring for all BYU students! Interested students can also sign up as volunteer tutors.

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