Brigham Young University is a private university established in 1875, in Provo, Utah. It has two satellite campuses – Jerusalem and Salt Lake City. It is the third largest private university in the US, with more than 29,000 students enrolled on-campus. The college offers bachelor’s, masters and doctoral degrees, with exercise physiology, and literature being popular majors in the undergraduate level. The college places special emphasis on research, with inventors such as Philo T. Farnsworth (electronic TV), and Harvey Fletcher (stereophonic sound) associated with the university. Athletics & sports, dance and music have roles of prominence in student activities, with the BYU Ballroom Dance Company being one of the best dance teams in the world. Exploring the Provo canyon, hiking, or simply going for an ice cream at the Creamery are fun activities that students at BYU pursue when not in class. Notable alumni of the school include leaders in their respective fields, such as Mitt Romney, Aaron Eckhart, Brandon Sanderson, and Stephanie Mayer.