A building with 435,000 square feet of space was built in three years and dedicated for use in 2010. The BYU-Idaho Center is the largest meeting place on campus.
Rob Coleman, a faculty member in the Biology Department, teaches an Environmental Stewardship class, which is one of the options to fulfill the Science Foundations requirement.
The BYU-Idaho grounds crew helps take care of the temple grounds. They make sure the trees, lawn and flowerbeds are in good condition year-round.
Clarissa Sparks, a senior studying child development, started her own beauty channel titled the Mormon Makeup Artist.
“IBC is a crash course to business,” said Lauren DeSpain, a junior studying business management. “We learn how to run every functional area of a business.”