Joseph Smith Building

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Joseph Smith Building
BYU JSB.jpg
General information
Type Educational
Location Provo, Utah
Coordinates 40°14′51″N 111°39′04″W / 40.24750°N 111.65111°W / 40.24750; -111.65111Coordinates: 40°14′51″N 111°39′04″W / 40.24750°N 111.65111°W / 40.24750; -111.65111
Completed 1991

The Joseph Smith Building, also known as the JSB, is a building that houses classrooms and administrative offices at Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah. The building is named after Joseph Smith, founder of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. It is the home to BYU's College of Religious Education, containing most of the offices of religion faculty as well as a large number of classrooms where religion classes are held. It also has a very large lecture hall that seats about 1,000 people and is used for large classes.[1][2]

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  1. ^ BYU Office of Space Management (January 2010), Building Inventory – Brigham Young University – January 2010, Provo, Utah, United States: Brigham Young University Press 
  2. ^ BYU Physical Facilities Division, Facilities Planning Department (July 19, 2010), BYU Main Campus Map, Provo, Utah, United States: Brigham Young University, retrieved 2010-08-14 

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