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For example, The Daily Universe—the student run newspaper at BYU—publishes a Bridal Guide each summer.

Even the course selection at BYU reflects an emphasis on marriage.

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Norval Glenn and Elizabeth Marquardt studied the "dating and mating" habits of typical college students in their study "Hooking Up, Hanging Out, and Hoping for Mr.

Right." Of 1000 college women surveyed, only half reported going on six or more dates in their four years of college.

Leaders encourage students and faculty to help fulfill the goal by following the teachings of their religion, adhering to the school's honor code, and serving others with the knowledge they gain while attending.

Students and faculty who are LDS are required to submit an affidavit (called an "ecclesiastical endorsement") stating that they are active participants in the LDS Church.

Contrastingly, according to research done by professors at BYU in their study titled "A Survey of Dating and Marriage at BYU," 88% of BYU students reported going on at least one date a month.

Even more, 15% of the student population reported going on six or more dates each month.

Dating is a common activity at Brigham Young University.

When compared to other college dating habits, BYU is extremely different.

All undergraduate students, regardless of their religion, must take 14 semester hours of religious courses to graduate.

Students have a degree of flexibility with these religious courses, although they must take at least two courses covering the Book of Mormon, one covering the Doctrine and Covenants, and one covering the New Testament.

While many universities offer one or two marriage and family classes to their students, BYU offers courses focused on mate selection, marriage preparation, marriage enhancement, marriage therapy, and multiple classes aimed at strengthening the family.

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