Enrolling in Honors
Students may commit to graduate with University Honors at any time during their undergraduate years by completing a form available at the Honors Advisement Center (350D MSRB). Students who are entering BYU this year should plan to attend our orientation meeting during New Student Orientation or contact our advisement center if they'd like to find out more about how to commit to graduate with University Honors (email@example.com). We request that students attend an orientation meeting, then enroll in the program in person once they arrive on campus. Students can attend an orientation with an advisor in the Honors Advisement Center at any time in order to join the program.
Students who have formally committed to graduate with University Honors have certain privileges, among them the opportunity to pre-register for honors courses in future semesters and to receive reduced-rate admission to certain musical and theatre performances and films.
To keep the commitment current, students are encouraged to enroll in at least one Honors course per semester for the first two years in the program and consult with an Honors Advisement Center representative once each semester. Consultation with the advisement center allows the Honors Program to know your plans, help you register for the correct classes, and keep you informed of Honors activities. Advisors can also help students prepare Honors Progress Reports, which make students eligible for the full benefits of the program and summarize the students' remaining Honors requirements.