BYU's vice president of information technology and chief information officer, Tracy Flinders, addressed BYU students about obtaining higher education and giving equal time to the Lord. Flinders' May 10 devotional focused on obtaining a higher education at BYU through heavenly help by giving the Lord equal time and remembering everyone's identity as divine children of God.
Sister Neill F. Marriott, former second counselor in the Young Women General Presidency for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, encouraged students to focus on Jesus Christ and act on the spiritual strength found through Him.
BYU ended the academic year with the traditional "Unforum" highlighting various BYU performance groups such as Living Legends, BYU Men's Chorus, BYU Theatre Ballet and Vocal Point.
Church history and doctrine professor Anthony Sweat emphasized the importance of receiving the temple endowment and participating in the Restoration during his April 5 devotional address.
Yale Law School professor Amy Chua explained contributing factors to “tribalism” and shared ways to bring the country together during her March 29 forum address.
Elder D. Todd Christofferson of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles spoke on the importance of the order of the two great commandments, focusing on how individuals can put the first commandment first.