For many students looking for housing contracts, rides, laptops, clothes, jobs or even wedding dresses, the BYU-Idaho bulletin board, located online, is a place where those things can be found.
Students around campus post services they can offer, and others ask for services that can be done for them.
The BYU-I bulletin board can help its users save money and help fellow students.
“For college students on a budget, it’s a great resource,” said Danairi Torres, a junior studying human biology.
Torres said she uses it almost every month and has met some interesting people through the board.
“The bulletin board is really informative about what’s happening around campus,” said Antonio Shade, a freshman studying psychology.
Torres said that if someone is looking to buy a contract, the bulletin board is a good place to go.
“Students can find rides and jobs. It’s a great tool for students that go to BYU-I,” said Inger Slaughter, a freshman studying nursing.
Slaughter said she was looking for a ride to Utah and found it exactly when she needed it.
Katie Clark, a junior studying business, said her friend found a laptop on the bulletin board.
Slaughter said sometimes students can even find expensive items, like cars, to buy on the board.
Shade said he loves using the bulletin board because when he’s looking for an inexpensive way to get to Salt Lake City, he can usually find one.