Tuvalu Prime Minister visits BYU–Hawaii

The Prime Minister of the island nation of Tuvalu, Enele Sopoaga, came to Laie, Hawaii, on Friday, March 18, for a visit to BYU–Hawaii during a weeklong trip to Oahu. While at BYU–Hawaii, the Prime Minister met with President John S. Tanner, took a tour of campus, addressed a student group, and participated in a review of an ongoing educational project that had its beginnings with BYU–Hawaii’s Enactus student chapter. Accompanying the Prime Minister was his wife Saililo Enele, and Samuelu Teo, a member of the Tuvaluan Parliament.

New Bike Lane Opens, Improves Campus

Jana McQueen | University Relations | 3 March 2016

Salsa and Brass: performing groups take to the Garden Isle of Kauai

University Relations | 22 February 2016

Student Entrepreneur Wins Regional Award

University Relations | 23 February 2016

New Director of Human Resource Services

University Relations | 2 March 2016

(A message from the Office of the Vice President of Administration)

BYU–Hawaii welcomes Heather Hammond as the new director of Human Resource Services. She replaces Tessie Faustino who retired in February after serving in Human Resources at the university for 33 years. We're deeply grateful to Tessie for her many years of dedicated service.

Elder Hallstrom to Speak at Commencement

University Relations | 23 February 2016


Shaka Steel and Polynesian Drum Ensemble Performance

Jarek Buss | University Relations | 08 February 2016

On Tuesday, February 9, Shaka Steel and the Polynesian Drum Ensemble will perform at 7:30 PM in the McKay Auditorium.

Dancing Through Life

Jarek Buss | University Relations | 29 January 2016