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BYU-Idaho campus work policy changes

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on-campus job,” Ward said.

While the changes to the policy are good news for some students, others may be set that there will now be fewer jobs open at the beginning of each semester because off-track students can still work.

“[The changes] will reduce the amount of hiring, but overall student employment will increase in the long term,” Baldwin said.

Baldwin said the university can’t meet the needs and interests of everyone at the same time, but it is always improving in its efforts to be more balanced.

“This is a decision that’s not without some negative impacts. But with every decision, the President’s Council has students at its heart,” Baldwin said.

'BYU-Idaho campus work policy changes' has 1 comment

  1. July 12, 2012 @ 3:22 pm laurenvw

    I think it’s so great that the policy changed! It’s so much easier for students to earn money AND do well in school when they can work off track and save up for the next semesters.


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