About BYU and Why Kat Chose a Mormon University
Virtual Tours by Students
Katherine AndrewsTour Guide
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So I just wanted to take a study break because I have been studying for like, four hours now, and I just wanted to take a break in, talked to you guys about who I am and why I'm not BYU. So I came to be why you mostly because it is inexpensive and because I wanted to be surrounded by people that have the same values is me. So that means that I basically just wanted to be around Mormons and before you is the best place to do that. It is really hard to get in here, and I worked really hard in high school so that I might be able to get in. I didn't really think I would, but I did, and I'm glad I did. The academic climate here is really rigorous, I think, even in like our religion classes, which in my mind would be easier than a lot of other classes. I really enjoy them and I learned a lot, but they're really difficult. So so they're just like some of the things that I've noticed about B y his academic climate. It is really difficult here and everyone is best of the best, I guess, from their high schools and stuff. So it's the best of the best from across the nation competing with the best of the best. I don't really think college should be about competing except for competing with yourself. You should only really be competing with yourself so something I love about you. Why you is that they really want the students to succeed. The amount of re sources we have on campus is just unbelievable. I didn't realize that any problem that I had, I could reach out to someone else and they would be able to help me. Are you? Of course, the weather is in Utah is of winter, and then it is summer the next day, like it snowed two days ago. Now it is about seventy degrees outside, so it's kind of temperamental. Even with that I still love the whether I still love being here. I think B I use a great university and there's tons of opportunity to learn, especially about other cultures. I love how BYU, more so now than in the past, is reaching out towards other cultures, including different religions, different races and because the majority of students here are white. They're definitely trying to branch out more just trying to get tons of international students in. It's been so fun t to be able to interact with and learn with all these international students. So that's just a little bit about me on why I chose you, are you? And why I will continue to choose BYU until I graduate? Um, I love it here. I know if you came here, I would hope you would love it here, too.