LDS Philanthropies
1450 N. University Ave.
Provo, UT 84604
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LDS Business College provides a distinctive educational experience rooted in the restored gospel of Jesus Christ. We work together to cultivate a nurturing environment, teach practical skills, and develop confident and skillful learners. We enlighten minds, elevate hope, and ennoble souls to strengthen individuals, families, communities, and the Lord’s Church.

LDS Business College offers a market-driven, skills-based education that requires two years or fewer to earn. Its curricula focus on fields where employment demand is high and entry-level pay can sustain a small family. To achieve this end, LDSBC offers small class sizes and personal instruction in an environment that helps students deepen their testimonies of the Savior. Two-year associate degrees and one-year technical certificates are offered as well as shorter online classes. The college’s success rate is high: 90 percent of graduates are offered a job in their field of study within 90 days of graduation.

Current Fundraising Priorities

  • LeGrand Richards Service Scholarship for returned missionaries
  • Stella Harris Oaks Horizon of Hope Scholarship for single parents
  • Online curriculum development
  • Trustees and President’s Fund

    • Returned Missionary Converted to LDSBC

      Fresh off his mission to Carlsbad, California, Spencer Board signed up to attend a popular four-year university. But something didn’t feel right. While surfing options online, he learned about LDS Business College and decided this was where he would attend. Once he started school, he found out it cost a lot more than expected to live on his own, and wondered how he was going to make it work financially.
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    • Scholarship Lifts Burden for Mother and Daughter

      Moving from Costa Rica to Salt Lake City to attend LDS Business College wasn't easy but was totally worth it for Francine. As a single mother she worried about how to pay for schooling and support her daughter. Little did she know that people were contributing to a scholarship program that would help make it a little easier for her.
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