Cecil Samuelson

President Samuelson

In many areas, much of what has been done and what is being done at BYU is possible because of thoughtful and generous people.

We make tremendous efforts to encourage and involve people of all financial walks of life in supporting the university. We believe that, just as in the story of the widow’s mite, every contribution is significant and blesses the life of the giver, as well as the recipient.

I assure all donors that we will use donated funds, which we consider sacred, in the most prudent and careful way. Thank you for being part of the great venture and adventure that is Brigham Young University.

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