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Terminology Guide

Departments and Organizations
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    Academics
    Areas of responsibility include the 7 academic faculties, two academic vice presidents, Academic Advising, Curriculum Services, Center for Learning & Teaching, Faculty Advisory Council, Ho‘okele, the Joseph F. Smith Library, and the Office of Registrar.
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    Academic Advising
    Coordinates with students, faculty, and advisers to provide assistance and support to students’ academic life throughout their time at BYU–Hawaii.
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    Academic Computing Lab Services
    Orders, installs, and configures all computers in the open labs, lounges, hale offices, TVA offices, as well as a number of closed labs.
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    Academic Faculties
    Includes 7 academic faculties which house and direct the academic programs. The Academic Faculties include:

    Faculty of Arts & Letters
    Faculty of Business & Government
    Faculty of Culture, Language & Performing Arts
    Faculty of Education & Social Work
    Faculty of Math & Computing
    Faculty of Religious Education
    Faculty of Sciences
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    Academic Multimedia Lab
    Assists students and faculty with projects and the media development lab. Their services include color copies, binding, display boards, fax service, VHS-DVD, editing, and duplication.
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    Access & Collections Services
    Is comprised of circulation, reserves, interlibrary loan and technical services. They serve to acquire, organize, and maintain library collections in a variety of formats and to provide the university community with access to print and electronic resources, wherever they may be located.
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    Administration
    Areas of reasonability include the Budget Office, Human Resources, Financial Services, Office of Compliance & Ethics, and Office of Information Technology.
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    Architecture & Space Planning
    Houses the office of the university architect (UA) who leads the entitlements, programming, and design of all campus projects. The UA acts as Project Architect on smaller projects and retains and manages outside consultants for larger work. The UA also heads the Space Management Council that reviews and approves submissions to the council.
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    Auxiliary Services
    Provides BYU–Hawaii with goods and services that are essential to its success. Areas of responsibility are the Bookstore, Food Services, Housing Operations, the Mail Center, Print Services, and Purchasing & Travel Services.
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    Bookstore
    Provides students with textbooks and other materials that they may need throughout their academic courses. In addition, they carry BYU–Hawaii apparel, LDS art and books, and local vendors.
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    Budget Office
    They present, review, and maintain the university’s budget.
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    Call Center & Helpdesk
    Assist students and faculty with resetting CES net ID and email passwords, minor computer problems, wireless connectivity, windows updates, and Symantec antivirus installs and updates.
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    Campus News Center
    Creates the student-produced Ke Alaka'i. The Ke Alaka'i began as a newsletter, changed to a tabloid-sized newspaper in the 1980s and has evolved now into a monthly, 60-page magazine and online media organization.
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    Campus Distribution Center
    Oversees the central store, providing a variety of products at competitive prices, purchasing orders, and delivering them in a timely manner.
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    Campus Safety & Security
    Provides a safe and secure environment in a courteous and professional manner. They oversee all safety and security protocols at BYU–Hawaii, as well as parking permits, sexual misconduct, and construction updates.

    "Safety" or "Security" for short.
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    Center for Academic Success
    Assists students to position themselves for success, through academic improvement, time managements, and student support.
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    Center for Hospitality & Tourism
    Prepares BYU–Hawaii students for a career in hospitality and tourism. It offers support programs such as Ho’okipa Society and Akamai Hospitality Network to help transition graduating students into the workplace.
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    Center for Learning & Teaching
    Inspires faculty and special instructors to effectively implement the BYU–Hawaii Learning Framework, develop the English language proficiency of their students, and encourage cross-cultural engagement among all students.
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    Client Services
    Manages the inventory of university computers and the purchase and replacement process of computers. Removal, disposal, or surplus of replaced computers, hardware and software support, and many other services.
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    Clubs
    Clubs provide students with opportunities to develop a sense of belonging at BYU–Hawaii, learn and practice leadership, apply principles learned in academic programs, and serve the campus and community by sharing their hobbies, talents, cultures, traditions, and interests.
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    Counseling Services
    Provides individual, couple, and group counseling by mental health professionals. Emphasizing on proactive support they assist students on a regular basis through academic services, mental health services, and other outreach services.
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    Counseling & Disability Services
    Assists students in resolving personal and emotional problems that impede graduation. This will be done by providing culturally sensitive and professional counseling centered on gospel principles and evidenced-based treatments. Counseling services offers mental health services, outreach services, and group therapy services as well as time-limited therapy/counseling to individuals, couples, and families who are full-time students and/or dependents of full-time students at BYU–Hawaii.
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    Curriculum Services
    Coordinates the review of proposals for new and revised curricular changes on behalf of the University Curriculum Council. Additionally, the University Curriculum Office maintains the course catalog and receives and processes course fee changes.
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    Custodial & Special Events
    Helps maintain the physical needs of the university.
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    David O. McKay Center for Intercultural Understanding
    Provides students with the knowledge and practical tools necessary for peace, analyze conflict in various settings and at various degrees, and then to transform those conflicts to bring about peace where it was once missing.
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    Dean of Students
    An administrator that directs and plans student activities, services, and over all well-being of BYU–Hawaii students.
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    Design and Project Management
    Responsible for the entitlement, planning, design, and construction of all maintenance and new construction projects on campus.
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    Disability Services
    Assists students to function at the best of their abilities in spite of physical, learning, or other challenges. They offer academic, food and dietary, and housing accommodations for students.
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    Enterprise Information Systems
    Responsible for programming, system analytics, and business infrastructure of the university.
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    Events Services and Outreach
    Sponsors both non-credit and special programs held at BYU–Hawaii. As well as manages the scheduling for department facilitates across campus.
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    Facilities Management
    Maintains the physical environment and university facilities as well as provides services for the use of learning, living, and working. While overseeing, the long term needs and construction of university facilities.
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    Facilities Services Center
    Helps maintain and assign all university faculty.
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    Faculty Advisory Council
    Facilitates and chooses the lecturer for the annual David O. McKay Lecture Series. A series that was created to further expanding academic insight and teaching moral values, as well as a place where new knowledge and vital issues could be discussed.
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    Faculty of Arts & Letters
    The programs of the Faculty of Arts and Letters are deeply rooted in their humanistic genealogy in literature and visual arts, and also in the emerging fields of communication and media studies. The faculty offers the following majors: Communication, Media and Culture, English, and Visual Arts (Painting and Graphic Design Tracks), along with the minor programs in English, Creative writing, Professional Writing, Film Studies, Visual Arts, Painting, Sculpture and Communication.
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    Faculty of Business & Government
    Comprised of Business, Accounting, Hospitality and Tourism Management, Entrepreneurship, and Political Science, this faculty provides a solid academic foundation for students. Combined with strong theoretical learning, students develop practical competencies that prepare them for immediate employment, both domestically and internationally. Graduates find opportunities in for-profit, non-profit, and governmental organizations.
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    Faculty of Culture, Language & Performing Arts
    Responsible for educating students through cultivating critical thinking and promoting performances within the academic areas of Cultural Anthropology, Hawaiian Studies, History, Integrated Humanities, Intercultural Peacebuilding, Languages, Pacific Islands Studies, Music and Theatre. This faculty unit fulfills the Arts & Humanities way of knowing (epistemology) within the Holokai Curriculum and addresses all the Institutional Outcomes
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    Faculty of Education & Social Work
    Social Work prepares individuals to engage professionally helping individuals, groups, or communities to enhance or restore their capacity for social functions and creating societal conditions favorable to this goal. The TESOL program prepares individuals to engage professionally as English teachers in a variety of settings, such as immigration/refugee settlements, youth and adult education settings, and corporations. The EIL program helps non-native English speakers improve their academic English proficiency, enabling them to continue their college career. The Teacher Education program prepares individuals with the knowledge, skills, and dispositions to teach in elementary and secondary education setting.
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    Faculty of Math & Computing
    Includes the programs of Computer and Information Sciences and Mathematics that prepares students to solve technical problems using algorithms, mathematics and software learn to develop the computer-based systems and technology infrastructure used in organizational processes. As well as design, install, manage and maintain the maintain the computing systems on which organizations depend IT focuses on systems administration, networking, databases, human-computer interaction and security to build effective, user-friendly systems.
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    Faculty of Religious Education
    Responsible for the Religious Education component of all Brigham Young University–Hawaii students’ education. Fourteen credits of Religious Education courses are required for graduation at all Church Universities. These CES Religious Education courses are part of the academic credit required for graduation and include the four cornerstone courses and at least three electives. This study helps students integrate spiritual and secular learning, develop character and integrity, and become faithful and committed church leaders who will assist in building their families, their communities, and the kingdom of God.
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    Faculty of Sciences
    Includes the programs of Biochemistry & Physical Sciences, Biology, Exercise & Sport Sciences, and Psychology. Members of this Faculty use scientific reasoning to study and explain the natural world and human behavior. Graduates go on to graduate schools in a wide range of scientific disciplines, professional schools, as well as excellent careers in related fields in the U.S. and our Target Area.
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    Financial Aid & Scholarship
    Helps provide every qualified student with the aid that they need through programs such as, Pell Grants, Stafford Loans, Parent PLUS Loans, Tech Grants, and scholarships provided by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and generous donors.
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    Financial Services
    Responsible for accounting services, cashier services, payroll, student personal accounts, and the ticket office.
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    Food Services
    Manages the facilities, such as Club Dining, the Seasider, C-Store, and the Micro Market. Also, provides catering services and hosts the Farmers Market on campus.
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    Grounds
    Preserves the grounds of the university through gardening, landscape, and pest control.
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    Health Services
    Offers medical care and assistance to all students, their dependents, and DMBA managed care participants who have identified the university doctor as their primary care provider. In case of an emergency contact BYU–Hawaii Department of Public Safety, emergency services, or emergency care at the nearest hospital, i.e. Kahuku Hospital.
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    Ho‘okele Department for Admissions, Career, & Alumni Services
    Serves prospective students with their path to BYU–Hawaii, and current students and alumni beyond graduation. Also, the Hawaiian word for "navigate."

    "Ho‘okele Department" for short.

    Ho‘okele includes the following divisions:

    Career Services
    Admissions
    Student Recruitment & Alumni Relations
    • Student Recruitment
    • Alumni Relations
    New Student Experience
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    Human Resources
    Responsible for services related to employment at BYU–Hawaii, hiring employees, onboarding, employee benefits, etc.
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    Housing Operations
    Responsible for the up keep and maintenance for university housing for single and married students, and faculty.
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    Information Technology Infrastructure
    Responsible for laying all of the data cable network on campus and managing all of the switches, routers, and core network devices, and connections to the internet.
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    Information Technology Operations
    Responsible for the information technology needs of the university which includes everything from the wall or network, to the user. Some examples of these are: computers & monitors, keyboards & mice, local university applications, printers, projectors, and podiums.
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    Institutional Research
    Responsible for collecting, interpreting, and disseminating university information to both internal and external constituencies through routine and ad hoc reports. This information supports institutional management, planning, and decision making and serves as a basis for reports and surveys requested from governmental and commercial agencies.
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    Instructional Services
    Is comprised Reference and Instruction Services, the Pacific Islands Research Room, and the Academic Multimedia Lab. Contributes to the university’s mission by providing quality reference and research services and instruction in the information literacy skills students require to support their academic needs and to help them become lifelong learners. Supplies the access and use of resources to create and design creative or artistic projects.
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    International Student Services
    Ensures that all international students, (those who live outside of USA), have all current immigration documents necessary to maintain legal status with the US Government on file. These include Passports, Visa, DS-2019 /or I-20, documents stating biographical information, student scholastic program, financial status, etc. They also assist students with Change of Status and anything legal affecting their Visa status program here in the United States. They also record Reduced Course Load applications, Academic Training (AT), and Occupational Professional Training (OPT). Any and all scholastic activities that affect a student’s Visa must be reviewed, and recorded by the International Student Services office.
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    Joseph F. Smith Library
    Is the university library that helps assist student to succeed at BYU–Hawaii. They provide book loan, inter-library loan, computers, movies, and more. As well as librarians and circulation desks to help students and faculty with library needs.
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    Jonathan Nāpela Center for Hawaiian and Pacific Studies
    Offers a curriculum leading to a Bachelor of Arts degree in either Hawaiian Studies or in Pacific Islands Studies. Programs and minors offered are divided into Hawaiian Studies and Pacific Island Studies.
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    Language & Speech Center
    Assists students in reaching their language and speech courses and goals. They provide material and help for all levels, including trained language and speech tutors, books, text books, audio, and online programs.
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    Mail Center
    Offers general postal services to students, faculty, staff, and general community.
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    Maintenance
    Fulfills and maintains all work order requests from students, staff, and on-campus housing.
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    Mathematics Program
    Prepares students for careers in teaching, government service, industry, and research, or graduate study in mathematics.
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    Media Production Center
    Creates and manages all visual, written, and multi-media products that are produced by BYU–Hawaii.
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    Motor Pool
    Provides and maintains the fleet of vehicles owned by the university for the use of students and faculty.
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    Museum of Natural History
    Established in 1978, it contains a large collection of vertebrates and invertebrates from Hawaii, the Pacific, and around the world. They provide public education and outreach as well as encourages research opportunities for undergraduates, graduates, and others.
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    Networking
    Is a wireless secure network service for the BYUH campus.
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    New Student Experience
    Is for new, transfer and, returning students. During the new student orientation, students make new friends; meet faculty members, campus administrators, and upper class-men; tour the campus and the island of Oahu; become acquainted with campus resources; and obtain a great introduction to their academic life.
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    Office of the Registrar
    Assists students and faculty with academic records and curriculum requests i.e. registration, graduation, transcripts, class schedule, etc.
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    Office of Compliance & Ethics
    Provide audit and consulting services to the university to ensure compliance with, university policies and procedures; local, state, and federal laws and regulations; review of departmental and process efficiency and effectiveness.
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    Office of Honor
    Upholds a unique moral code, in academics, dress and grooming, and living, to ensure the high moral character and integrity of Brigham Young University–Hawaii. All students must be in “Good Honor Code Standing” to attend BYU–Hawaii.
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    Office of Information Technology
    Provides support for infrastructure, communication, media, and informational services to both academic and business branches of the university.
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    Office of the President
    Areas of responsibility include the President's Council.
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    Operations
    Areas of responsibility include Auxiliary Services, Department of Public Safety, Design & Project Management, and Facilities Management.
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    Pacific Islands Research Room
    Is devoted to the study and learning of the people of the Pacific Islands. It is filled with books, periodicals, maps, and many artifacts relating to the Pacific Islands.
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    Political Science Program
    Is the study of the power and how humans organize their public life. Political Science majors typically leave their undergraduate education prepared to enter graduate study, law school, business careers, and a host of other opportunities.
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    President’s Council
    Is charged with determining the strategic directions of the university on all levels: educational, fiscal, spiritual, and physical. Their primary focus is the success of each individual student and the leadership development of the entire BYU–Hawaii Ohana as well as how the decisions of BYU–Hawaii affect Laie and the surrounding community.
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    Print Services
    Is a full-service print shop which exists to serve the university. It is available to students and the community for business and personal printing needs.
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    Project Management
    Manages maintenance and construction activities on campus. Project Management (PM) is divided into two divisions. The first division manages maintenance projects and the second new construction projects. The second division is supported by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saint's Special Projects Department staff.
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    Purchasing & Travel
    Responsible for all aspects of purchasing goods and services and for establishing related policy and procedures for the university. As well as, provides travel management, planning, booking, expense management, and other related services.
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    Reading Writing Center
    Is a free resource for students, staff, and faculty where they provide various services, including on-on-one and group tutorials, workshops, in-class workshops, citation assistance, etc.
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    Residential Life
    Offers several living options and assists students and eligible faculty/ staff with their housing needs.
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    Safety
    Is first responder to all safety issues on BYUH campus, and contact the proper emergency responders if necessary.
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    Security
    Patrols and protects university property to prevent theft and crime, enforces campus rules and regulations, maintains effective liaison with local police department, and controls traffic, traffic reports, and parking.
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    Seasider Activities
    Provides a wide range of activities, opening/closing socials, concerts, Dive in Movies, 5K foam runs, talent shows, etc., that will meet the diverse interests, abilities, and backgrounds of our students.
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    Seasider Sports
    Provides a wide variety of sporting events and activities, intramurals, open gym/free play, single day tournaments, and FHE, on different levels for our students.
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    Seasider Sports & Student Activities
    Provides fun, safe, and wholesome sporting, and activities for all students, faculty, and staff. These events include, open gym/free play, single day tournaments, intramural leagues. As well as, FHE, Club, and Department Gym Nights. As well as activities, dances, movies, traditions, concerts, and opening and closing socials.
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    Service Center
    Creates and manages service projects around the island in which students can build lasting relationships with community members, foster personal growth and change, and develop a lifelong desire to give meaningful service.
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    Student Advisory Council
    Provides a way for students to voice their ideas and concerns about the campus while striving to provide solutions.
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    Student Development & Services
    Areas of responsibility include Counseling & Disability Services, Dean of Students, Financial Aid & Scholarship, Health Services, International Student Services, Office of Honor, Residential Life, Seasider Sports & Activities, Student Leadership & Service, and Title IX.
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    Student Honor Team
    Creates promotions to advertise the Office of Honor as well as collaborates with Student Advisory Council to help provide a student outlet for the Honor Code.
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    Student Leadership & Service
    Provides an exciting variety of leadership and service opportunities, clubs, dances, concerts, movies, academic forums, and more for current BYU–Hawaii students.
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    Sustainable World Action & Technology Team
    Is a student and faculty group dedicated to helping the university become more sustainable and cost efficient through recycling, energy saving, and multiple other sustainable initiatives.
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    Teacher Education Program
    Offers Bachelor’s degrees in Elementary Education, Special Education, and Secondary Education in approved majors. It also offers in-state teachers a post-baccalaureate Basic Licensing Program track for selected public school teachers to earn their initial basic license.
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    The HUB Game Center
    An activity area that is open to both students and community members, and can be booked for private events. It provides bowling, video games, ping pong, pole, and other activities that can be used for a small fee.
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    Title IX
    Applies to educational institutions, both private and public, and is part of the Education Amendments Act of 1972 which states that, “No person in the United States shall, on the basis of sex, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any education program or activity receiving Federal financial assistance.” As well as, Title IX oversees any sexual misconduct that is reported to the university.
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    Telephone Services
    Is a BYUH IP Phone network service.
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    Testing Center
    Helps faculty and students measure academic and individual progress. As well as improve instructional and testing quality and provide other testing services as needed.
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    University Archives
    Identifies, collects, and preserves official BYU–Hawaii, and Polynesian Cultural Center records, both electronic and physical formats.
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    University Communications
    Promotes BYU–Hawaii through print publications, media, social media, and e-communications. Assists with publicizing events and provides services in photography, graphics, media production, website/online content, scheduling events, and campus tours.
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    Willes Center for International Entrepreneurship
    Is committed to providing classes, competitions, and events which teach and encourage entrepreneurship. Students enhance their ability to be leaders while learning both business and social entrepreneurial skills. Classes are open to all students regardless of class or major.
Buildings, Locations, and Areas
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    Academic Advisory Center (AAC)
    Houses Academic Advising and their academic advisors.
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    Aloha Center (ACR)
    Acts as the welcome center for the BYUH campus. It houses the following departments and organizations:

    • Aloha Center Information Desk
    • Bookstore
    • Dean of Students
    • Ho‘okele Department's Alumni & Career Services Studio
    • Mail Center
    • Office of Honor
    • Print Services - Priority Prints
    • Seasider
    • Service Center
    • Sewing Center
    • Student Insurance Office
    • Student Leadership & Service
    • The HUB Game Center
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    Aloha Center Ballroom (ACB)
    Hosts a variety of events such as school dances, performances, the BYUH Farmers Market, and can be reserved for student weddings.
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    Aloha Center Information Desk
    Serves as a welcome center for the university in the Aloha Center Mall. Provides responsive information, handles student ID cards, collects the lost & found items, and other services.
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    Cafeteria (CAF)
    Also, known as Club Dining, is an on-campus cafeteria that serves students, faculty, staff, and visitors. Students are able to choose from two different meal plans and are required to have a meal plan throughout the first year at BYUH.
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    C-Store
    An on campus convenient store that offers a variety of food, candy, and goods.
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    Club Dining
    Also, known as the Cafeteria, it is an on-campus cafeteria that serves students, faculty, staff, and visitors. Students are able to choose from two different meal plans and are required to have a meal plan throughout the first year at BYUH.
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    Campus Home
    Is an on-campus home that houses BYUH administration and VIP guests that visit campus.
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    Campus Planning & Construction
    In charge of entitlement, planning, design, and construction of all maintenance and new construction projects on campus.
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    Cannon Activities Center (CAC)
    CAC seats 4,500 for devotionals, graduations ceremonies, concerts, and numerous campus and community activities. It also houses the Band Room, Choir Room, classrooms, divisions of the Ho‘okele Department, Issue Room, Men's & Women's Locker Rooms, Seasider Sports & Activities, Student Advisory Council, and hosting areas.
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    Cannon Utility Building (CUB)
    This building contains mechanical and plumbing equipment that supports the CAC and the LSB.
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    Ceramics Studio Buildings (CST)
    Houses the BYUH ceramic studio and hosts all ceramic and sculpting classes on campus.
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    Computer Labs
    All BYUH on-campus computer labs are reserved for the use of students, faculty, and staff. They are located in the Aloha Center, McKay Classroom Building, Portable One (P1), Portable Two (P2), and in the Joseph F. Smith Library. Community Members may use reserved computers located in the Joseph F. Smith Library.
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    Dance Studio
    Is open to both students and community for fitness classes.
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    David O. McKay Auditorium (AUD)
    Is the main auditorium on the BYUH campus. It hosts a variety of events like the ‘Ohana Meeting, school plays, musicals, concerts, and art shows.

    "McKay Auditorium" for short.
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    David O. McKay Classroom Building (MCK)
    Houses the McKay Foyer, Production Studio, Little Theater, and the three faculty units: the Faculty of Arts & Letters, the Faculty of Cultures, Language & Performing Arts, and the Faculty of Sciences.

    "McKay Classroom Building" for short.
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    Electrical Utility Building (EUB)
    This building is the primary electrical service for campus.
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    Facilities Management Office (FMO)
    The office for Facilities Management.
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    Facilities Management Shop Buildings 1 (FS1)
    This building houses Facilities Management shop space and storage.
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    Facilities Management Shop Building 2 (FS2)
    This building houses Facilities Management shop space and storage.
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    Fitness Center & Weight Room
    Is the on-campus Fitness Center open to students, faculty, and staff.
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    Give & Take
    A BYUH donation center that allows students, faculty, staff, and community members to donate items for others to use. People interested in items may take them in exchange for giving service at the Give & Take.
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    Hales (1-10)
    On-campus housing for non-married students. Hales are separated by male and female, and certain hales are reserved for students with more credits.
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    Health Center (HCB)
    The on-campus health center for all current students. Houses Health Services.
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    Heber J. Grant Building (HGB)
    Houses the Center for Hospitality & Tourism, the Willes Center for International Entrepreneurship, and the Faculty of Business & Government offices. It is also used for church services and bishop offices.
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    Housing Office Building (HOB)
    Houses the Residential Life offices as well as the Temple View Apartment Laundry Room and the TVA Family Living & Learning Resource Center (LLRC).
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    Joseph F. Smith Library (JFS)
    Houses the university library, Pacific Islands Research Rooms, University Archives, and the Academic Multimedia Lab.
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    Little Theater (LTH)
    A secondary auditorium on campus that is used for a classroom and area to use for student activities, plays, and socials.
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    Lorenzo Snow Administration Building (LSB)
    Houses the President’s office, University Communications, Institutional Research, the Budget Office, Enterprise Information Systems, Title IX, divisions of the Ho‘okele Department, International Student Services, Financial Aid, Financial Services, Human Resources, and the Polynesian Cultural Center administration offices.

    "Snow Building" or "Admin Building" for short.
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    Math Learning Center
    Located in Portable Three (P3). Provides top-quality support to the students of BYU–Hawaii in all of their math needs.
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    McKay Faculty Building (MFB)
    Houses faculty offices located in the McKay Building.
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    McKay Foyer
    Houses the David O. McKay Center for Intercultural Understanding. It also is open to the public for campus tours.
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    McKay Gymnasium & Pool (GYM)
    Houses some of the programs from the Faculty of Sciences, BYUH dance studio, fitness center, weight room, university pool, and physiology lab.

    Separate titles:
    McKay Gymnasium, "McKay Gym" for short
    McKay Pool
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    McKay Pump Building (MPB)
    This building contains plumbing equipment that supports the McKay Complex.
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    McKay Utility Building (MUB)
    This building contains mechanical equipment that supports the McKay Complex.
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    Micro Market
    A mini grocery store in Hale 1 to bring convenience to on-campus students. Sells a range of items in bulk such as noodles, cereal, milk, eggs, canned goods, and hygiene products.
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    Multi-Purpose Center (MPC)
    Houses the Social Work program and offices and is also used for church services on Sundays.
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    Physiology Lab
    Assists students in the Faculty of Sciences.
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    Portable 1-3 (P1-P3)
    Currently houses all classrooms that were previously in the General Classroom Building, and will move to the future Math & Science Building.

    Portable 1 and Portable 2 serve as Computer Labs, and Portable 3 houses the Math Learning Center.
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    President’s Home
    The home of the current BYUH president and his family.
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    Priority Prints
    The customer service center of Print Services. Where customers can also get small print jobs done at the self-serving station.
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    Production Studio
    A studio reserved for students to create graphics, videos, and other types media.
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    Racquetball Courts (RBC)
    On-campus racquetball courts for the use of faculty, staff, and students.
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    Receiving Warehouse
    This building is the primary delivery point for campus-wide receiving.
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    Recycling Center
    Campus recycling transfer facility.
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    Seasider
    An on-campus fast food service for students, faculty, staff, and visitors. Consists of three different stations: the Seasider Stir Fry, Deli Bar, and Grill. Formerly known as the "Seasider Snackbar."
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    Sewing Center
    Assists students with personal sewing needs and projects while providing the tools and workspace.
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    Social Sciences Building (SSB)
    Houses the Faculty of Math & Computing and Faculty of Business & Government faculty offices.
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    Stake Center (STC)
    Is the on-campus Stake Center that hosts church meetings and Religion classes.
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    Student Employment
    Assists University departments and the Polynesian Cultural Center (PCC) in finding qualified students to employ via our on-line student job board, providing opportunities for students to obtain part-time work on campus or at the PCC. Provides onboarding, I-9 verification, verifies student employment history and conducts required orientations for campus employment.
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    Student Insurance Office
    Houses the Health Services' division of Student Medical Benefit. Provides students, their spouses, and their dependants medical support while enrolled at the BYU–Hawaii.
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    Teacher Education Building (TEB)
    Houses all classes and programs that are involved in the Teacher Education program.
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    Temple View Apartments A-Z (TVA)
    On-campus housing for married students.
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    TVA Office
    Oversees and maintains that Temple View Apartments.
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    TVA Laundry
    Consists of two laundry rooms that are reserved to TVA tenants.
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    TVA Family Living & Learning Resource Center (LLRC)
    A multi-use room that is primarily for TVA residents.