Brigham Young University. Admissions Advisors Program

The Admissions Advisors program was directed by William R. Siddoway (1966-1968) and coordinated by Lynn Johnson (1968). It functioned until it formally became the Church Educational System Admissions Adviser Program in 1974.

Variant Names

Admissions Adviser Program


Established: 1966

Abolished: 1974

Location: Provo, Utah (1966-1974)


The Admissions Advisors Program was set up to advise students as to whether they should attend BYU or attend classes near their homes where there were institutes available. By 1968 the function had broadened for students with respect to all Church educational institutions, with representatives from BYU and institutes of religion.

Assets and Administrative Structure

The program was run by a director who reported to the University.

Associated Units

Superior unit: Brigham Young University (1966-1974)


Brigham Young University: The First One Hundred Years, volume 3, pg. 691 (Establishment & Abolition dates, function, date of program expansion); volume 4 pg. 216-217 (Program expansion formalized)

Maintenance Information

Record ID: EAC-2010-00318

Creator: UPB