Scholarships & Grants
Diversity, Collaboration, and Inclusion Art Contest
Academic Conference Attendance Grants
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How to Qualify:
- Ranked in the top 5% of grades for the college for the semester
- Minimum of 14 hours of credits for the semester
- Minimum GPA of 3.5 for the semester
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Make friends who share your interests by joining a club!
Anthropology Club at Brigham Young University
BYU Political Affairs Society student chapter / Pi Sigma Alpha Beta Mu Chapter
Civic-Engagement Leadership Association
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Here are the skills students should develop by the time they graduate from our college:
Brigham Young University College of Family, Home, and Social Sciences Student Competencies
Employ rigorous research methods to understand diverse human experience.
Design research that addresses societal problems.
Solve real world problems and evaluate outcomes using critical thinking and empirical research.
Write persuasive prose employing empirical research to make an argument.
Articulate findings, claims, and solutions effectively.
Work closely with others to solve problems.
Navigate Human Experience
Understand and interpret diverse social worlds through empirical research and empathetic engagement.
Creatively engage social problems using effective theories and methods.
Recognize the role of the divine in human affairs and the divinity of humanity.
(November 4, 2019)
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