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Take a virtual tour of Brigham Young University

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Music Building

Under Construction

Construction of the new School of Music building began June 15, 2020. The new building will take two years to complete with a planned completion date of Winter Semester 2023.
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West View Building

New

The Westview Building houses the department of economics, statistics, and the Neal A Maxwell Institute for religious scholarship.
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Heritage Halls

New

Heritage Halls is located on the east side of campus near the Creamery on Ninth and the most recent building completed construction in 2020.
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Gordon B. Hinckley Alumni & Visitors Center

The Hinckley Center houses the world-wide Alumni Association, High School Relations, and office of University Relations. It also features a visitors center and theater.
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Harold B. Lee Library

Named for the eleventh president of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, the Harold B. Lee Library holds over 6 million books and artifacts. This building is six stories, four stories above ground, two below.

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Joseph F. Smith Building

The Joseph F. Smith Building (JFSB) is home to much of the College of Humanities and was built in 2005.
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Karl Maeser Building

This building is named after Karl G. Maeser who is considered by many to be the “founder” of BYU, but he was actually the school’s second principal. This is the oldest building still in use by the university.
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Engineering Building

The new engineering building opened Sept. 4, 2018 after taking 27 months to build. It cost about 80 million dollars to construct and was funded entirely by donations.
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Life Sciences Building

The Life Sciences Building replaced the John A. Widstoe Building and is home to the School of Life Sciences.
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James E. Talmage Building

The James E. Talmage Building houses math sciences, statistics, computer science, and computer animation departments. It was the first building on campus to be built with an earthquake-resistant design.
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Spencer W. Kimball Tower

The Spencer W. Kimball Tower is the tallest building on campus. It is 12 stories high, two of which are below ground level.
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Carl F. Eyring Science Center

The Eyring Science Center re-opened after a two-year renovation project in 1998. This building was built in the early 1950s.
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Marriott Center

Built in 1971, this extremely large building is the Marriott Center, home of the BYU Basketball teams.
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Carillon Bell Tower

The Carillon Bell Tower was erected in 1975 as a centennial gift donated by students, faculty, and alumni.

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LaVell Edwards Stadium

LaVell Edwards Stadium, with its 63,470-seat capacity, video scoreboards and immaculate press boxes, is home to legendary BYU football.
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David O. McKay Building

This building is named for the ninth president of the LDS Church who was a lifelong educator, David O. McKay.
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Joseph Smith Building

The original Joseph Smith Building was completed in 1949. It used to be used as the student center. The place where they had dinner, went to dances and movies, bought books, and enjoyed the company of other fellow students.
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George H. Brimhall Building

This building was originally the Mechanical Arts Building and was constructed for the purpose of providing intensive vocational training for the Student Army Training Corps during World War I.
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Heber J. Grant Building

This building, originally the Heber J. Grant Library, was dedicated in 1925 as part of the university’s three-day Semi-Centennial celebration.
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Ezra Taft Benson Building

Immediately after the completion of the Joseph Smith Memorial Building, construction began on the Ezra Taft Benson Building. It was built in the area previously occupied by the old Joseph Smith Building.
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Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center

Adjacent to the Museum of Art is the Harris Fine Arts Center, named for BYU’s fourth president, Franklin S. Harris who was known for his love of fine arts.
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J. Reuben Clark Law School

The Law school is the first of our two professional schools. The founding dean of the law school was Rex Lee, our past university president.
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Abraham O. Smoot Administration Building

Abraham O. Smoot was president of the Board of Trustees of Brigham Young Academy for 20 years and did everything in his power to assure the success of the academy.
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N. Eldon Tanner Building

Named for N. Eldon Tanner, a member of the Church’s First Presidency and a man known for his business discernment and integrity, this building houses the Marriott School of Business.
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Herald R. Clark Building

The Clark building was originally constructed in 1906 as a wing for a new administration building and has served a multitude of departments since, including the Journalism Department, the Bookstore, the Post Office, and the Purchasing-Receiving Department.
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Jesse Knight Building

This building is named after Jesse Knight, a mining tycoon and significant donor in BYU’s early years.
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Ernest L. Wilkinson Center

The Ernest L. Wilkinson Center is named for the sixth president of BYU and was built in 1964.
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