During the past year, the President's Council projected what BYU might be like in 10 years. "With good reason and conviction," President Cecil O. Samuelson said, "we believe that in the next decade BYU will be much like it is today, but better." President Samuelson’s most recent posting in President's Report explains why the outlook for BYU is positive.
"Our BYU mission is chartered in the great opportunity and challenge to be learning and teaching all the time in a world of change while remaining true and firm in our values and moral compass, which do not change."
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The mission of Brigham Young University—founded, supported, and guided by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints—is to assist individuals in their quest for perfection and eternal life. That assistance should provide a period of intensive learning in a stimulating setting where a commitment to excellence is expected and the full realization of human potential is pursued.
I invite you to learn more about the mission and aims of BYU.