“The Creator of us all calls on each of us to abandon attitudes of prejudice against any group of God’s Children. Any of us who has prejudice toward another race needs to repent!

During the Savior’s earthly mission, He constantly ministered to those who were excluded, marginalized, judged, overlooked, abused, and discounted. As His followers, can we do anything less?

Let us be clear. We are brothers and sisters, each of us the child of a loving Father in Heaven. His Son, the Lord Jesus Christ, invites all to come unto Him–“black and white, bond and free, male and female,” (2 Nephi 26:33). It behooves each of us to do whatever we can in our spheres of influence to preserve the dignity and respect every son and daughter of God deserves.”

Russell M. Nelson, President of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

At Brigham Young University’s Marriott School of Business, we embrace the university’s mission to “assist individuals in their quest for perfection and eternal life.” We strive to foster an environment that is respectful of all backgrounds, perspectives, and voices, “that all may be edified of all” (D&C 88:122). By extending a spirit of consideration, fellowship, and charity to everyone, we enable the discovery of common values and unique insights as we each pursue our worthy secular and spiritual goals.

This page is a resource for BYU Marriott students to use to access various services and groups available to them as students at BYU and as citizens in the local community.

Campus Resources

BYU offers a variety of resources for students with varying needs and interests. Click on any of the campus resources below to learn more about how BYU serves its student population.

The University Accessibility Center seeks to provide students with disabilities equal access to all opportunities at BYU and to create an environment that facilitates learning and assists students in reaching their full potential.

BYU’s Title IX Office is committed to effectively promoting the awareness and prevention of sexual harassment, dating violence, domestic violence, sexual assault/sexual violence, and stalking.

Multicultural Student Services is a unique team of multicultural specialists who value the total development of the multicultural student within The Aims of a BYU Education. They seek to develop a BYU environment of “fellow citizenry” where multiculturalism can flourish.

The Women’s Services and Resource office provides workshops, consultations, support groups, and other services for students, staff, and faculty to address women’s issues in a positive, proactive way. As a Campus Life office, they collaborate with other BYU offices and departments, as well as the community, to serve both the women and men at BYU.

The BYU Committee on Race, Equity & Belonging is united and deeply committed to realizing the recent call to action and reflecting the united declaration of leaders of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and the NAACP that educational institutions “review processes, [policies], and organizational attitudes regarding racism and root them out.”

BYU Student Organizations

BYU student organizations are available for BYU Marriott and BYU students to connect with others of similar interests, backgrounds, and beliefs. Listed below are a few different clubs and student associations available for students to join and support.