This listing is alphabetical with italics added for emphasis only. Capitalization indicates when the term is normally used as a common or proper noun.
off-campus, off campus; on-campus, on campus
Hyphenate only when used as an adjective, not when used as a prepositional phrase: She chose off-campus housing. The studio is located on campus.
Located north of BYU–Idaho Livestock Center adjacent to Henry’s Fork Outdoor Learning Center. Originally placed on roof of the Romney Building, the observatory dome and telescope were moved to avoid distraction from campus and city lights.
Online is one word There is no hyphen.
Operates in the Physical area of the Student Activities Program. Trips and student-led workshops help other students gain a wide variety of skills (e.g., whitewater rafting, camping, horseback riding, skiing) as they enjoy the outdoor area surrounding Rexburg. See
Student Activities Program.
Capitalize when referring to Outdoor as one of the five main areas of Student Activities which also includes Talent, Service, Social, and Physical. Outdoor Activities provides programs designed to enable students of all skill-levels to develop outdoor skills and a lifelong appreciation for outdoor recreation in a wide range of areas.
A program in the Outdoor area of Student Activities designed to enable students to engage in a wide variety of recreational outdoor activities at all skill-levels.
Outdoor Resource Center (ORC)
Located under BYU–Idaho Stadium at the corner of First West and Second South. The student-run business is a source for equipment rental, sales and information relating to the outdoors.
A program in the Outdoor area of Student Activities designed to teach and enhance essential outdoor skills that can be used in lifelong outdoor recreation. Student-taught workshops, classes, and other types of hands-on teaching take place across all levels of experience from introductory to expert.
Outreach and Online Education
An area under the vice president of Academics which deals with continuing education, academic technology, online development, and the university press.