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August 20th Tuition Deadline

Arly LK Enesa and Lianna Quillen | Ke Alakai | 13 August 2008

This 2008 Fall semester the deadline for tuition and other outstanding student charges is August 20 (7 days before the start of classes). Brigham Young University Hawaii students who do not pay in full by the deadline will not be able to add their chosen classes. If there are still charges to be paid after September 4, all the students’ classes will be dropped and will not be reinstated.

Anticipated financial aid for fall semester will be considered payment if the following criteria are met:

1. The aid is seen on the student's my.byuh.edu account

2. A Federal Authorization form is signed and on file at the Financial Aid and Student Accounts Office.

Student Mentoring Program: Reaching Your Potential

Leilani Miller | University Relations | 11 August 2008

During the week of July 26th to August 2, The Hal and Barbara Jones Foundation completed its first annual Student Mentoring Program, a subset of the annual "A New You" women's retreat at Brigham Young University Hawaii. After 12 years of the "A New You" retreat, director Barbara Barrington Jones organized a similar program for BYUH students and community members geared toward younger interests.

Barbara Barrington Jones [pictured below] is a former professional ballet dancer, fashion designer, businesswoman, author, speaker, and image consultant.  She explains that both her women's program and student mentoring program are the fulfillment of a dream to create a camp "where women could come and feel better about themselves" and to find "more of the balance in life."

Alumni office merges into Student Development & Affairs

Mike Foley | University Relations | 11 August 2008

President's Council holds August 2008 Q-and-A forum

Mike Foley | University Relations | 8 August 2008

BYUH students make their mark in Mexico

Ryan Anderson | University Relations | 4 August 2008

President Wheelwright outlines distance learning objectives

Mike Foley | University Relations | 5 August 2008

As fall semester 2008 approaches, President Steven C. Wheelwright pointed out BYU-Hawaii is steadily developing the framework to use distance learning — also called distributed learning or education — to help extend the reach of the university in a cost-effective manner and better prepare a new generation of students.

Richins counsels using shepherd symbolism

Leilani Miller | University Relations | 1 August 2008

Elder Myron Richins of the BYU Hawaii religion department focused on a very fundamental symbol developed in the scriptures at a BYUH devotional this past week. Having grown up around and working with sheep, Richins was able to bring a very comprehensive perspective on the emblematic values of a shepherd and his sheep.

CCH alumni close reunion with testimonies

Mike Foley | University Relations | 29 July 2008

The 100-plus Church College of Hawaii alumni who met on campus from July 24-27 closed their reunion with a 3.5-hour testimony meeting typified by expressions of love for each other, their participation in President David O. McKay's vision of what the students would accomplish, and their devotion to the gospel of Jesus Christ.

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