All you have to do is ask. We have more resources for your success than we could fit on this page. These are some of the most important campus groups for you to become familiar with. Whether you visit one-time or many, your experience at BYU will be better because you decided to ask the question.
Don’t have a major? Get started at the University Advisement Center. You can meet with advisors who are experts in selecting a major and making a graduation plan.
Already have a major? Check out the College Advisement Center of the college that houses your major to make an appointment with an advisor.
As part of your first-year experience, you will have the opportunity to participate in First-Year Mentoring. Mentoring is designed to assist you as you transition into the university. You will be assigned an upperclassman as a peer mentor. Your peer mentor will be there to answer questions, point out resources, and talk about your overall BYU experience. He or she will meet with you periodically throughout the semester to talk about your experience so far and how to improve it. You will be assigned a peer mentor by registering for a Mentored Course.
OneStop helps you navigate many of the services related to enrollment at BYU including: scholarships, registration, financial aid, student accounts, and admissions. Use the checklists on the website to know what to do when you register for classes, serve a mission, or apply for financial aid with FAFSA. Many questions related to these topics can also be asked online using YMessage, or you may contact OneStop in person (801-422-4104, or stop by D-155 ASB).
Counseling & Psychological Services
International Student Services
Welcome to the United States! There are some policies that apply to you as an international student that will be important for your success. Check out this website for details on how to maintain your student status, what to do for work, and how to make the most of your time at Brigham Young University.