Brigham Young University

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Brigham Young University
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The Clarillon
Established 1875
Type Private
Endowment $1.4 billion
President Cecil O. Samuelson
Admin. staff 1,200
Students 34,067
Undergraduates 26,928
Location Provo, Utah, United States
Campus Suburban
Athletics NCAA Division I FBS
Nickname Cougars
Mascot Cosmo the Cougar

Brigham Young University (BYU) is an American university. It is named after the second Latter-day Saints prophet, Brigham Young. The school is in Provo, Utah. Their team colors are royal blue and white Their mascot is the cougar. Their rivals are University of Utah.