American Bar Association Acknowledges Complaint Against BYU Law’s Accreditation

View press release here. 22 Oct 2015 — Today, FreeBYU received acknowledgment from the American Bar Association (ABA) that they received our recently filed religious discrimination complaint against the accreditation of J. Reuben Clark Law School at Brigham Young University (BYU Law). BYU Law subjects students and faculty to the BYU Honor Code, under which[…]

FreeBYU complaint received; BYU refuses to release meeting schedule for NWCCU campus visit

(View the press release here) FreeBYU’s complaint to be presented to NWCCU Evaluation Committee; BYU refuses to release meeting schedule for campus visit 7 April 2015 — In March 2015, FreeBYU sent a formal complaint to The Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities (NWCCU) regarding Brigham Young University’s lack of academic and intellectual freedom. The[…]

BYU Confirms: Bishops Can Expel Students for Inconsistent Reasons

  Last month, FreeBYU sent a formal complaint to the NWCCU, BYU’s accreditor. Among other things, we highlighted the fact that BYU bishops have full authority to have a student expelled for any reason without chance for appeal to the University. This violates the NWCCU’s governance standard that requires that Policies and procedures regarding students’[…]