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, Jr., 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][3]

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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 
  3. ^ Ensign, Jan. 1996, p. 76

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