Founded and operated by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Brigham Young University-Hawaii is a private university that integrates secular and spiritual learning. A majority of students are members of the LDS Church and members pay less tuition than non-church affiliated students. Rated as having a “selective” admissions process, BYU-Hawaii is also listed at #18 in Regional Colleges West by U.S. News & World Report. All students adhere to an honor code that prohibits extramarital sex, alcohol, and drugs and promotes academic honesty.
BYU-Hawaii definitely is a honorable school with its special Honor Code. The size of school is small, which means students can have a close relationship with professors and classmates. BYU-Hawaii has students come from over 70 countries.
Jiawen from Laie, HI
There is an opportunity for a close relationship between instructor and pupil. It is a positive and healthy atmosphere. It is culturally diverse and there are plenty of opportunities to familiarize yourself with the rest of the world without even leaving campus.