Brigham Young University-Idaho, founded in 1888, is a private not-for-profit university located in Rexburg, Idaho. It enrolls over 17,500 students, and is owned and operated by the Church of Jesus Christ of the Latter-day Saints. It is embedded in LDS tradition, with weekly church meetings, Tuesday devotionals and the nearby Rexburg Idaho Temple. Admitted students agree to follow a honor code, which pertains to chastity, dress, grooming, drugs, alcohol and academic integrity. It is home to a stunning arboretum, family history center, museums, planetarium and ice cream from the BYU Creamery! Its students can take part in a range of student activities, from dances, jazz concerts, intramurals to service projects sponsored by the school. They can also benefit from undergraduate research opportunities, off-campus student leadership and service centers. The surrounding cities are a haven for winter sports, bonfires and campouts. Notable BYU alumni include Rulon Gardner, two-time Olympic medalist and actor Jon Heder. The university, with its clean and gorgeous campus, combines LDS faith and an affordable tuition with quality education.