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Everything is done the way you would think it should be done. Professors are all experienced, registration is a breeze, and the owners rock! Plus we provide affordable massages to the public.
I thoroughly enjoyed school at Brigham Young University-Idaho. The spiritual atmosphere there is enlightening and peaceful. Having God as a focus in your education no matter what subject you are studying or what your major is provides a higher quality education. I graduated and would love to go back there for another degree if I could get accepted into the alternate nursing program, but competition is tight and it's not easy to get in especially if you already have a degree.
Professors care about you as an individual and make time to help you any way they can. Several of my professors still say hi when we come across each other off campus. The class size isn't super large and you really learn what you need to know whatever your choice of study. There are tons of classes to choose from but you have to be quick to get into them because they fill up so quickly. There is lots of enthusiasm for learning and student involvement in the learning process.