New Student Orientation (NSO)
Come get to know campus! NSO activities range from spiritual and academic to informal and out-and-out fun. Many of these events are organized around Y Groups, small groups led by upperclassmen where you can ask questions and get to know other...
Housing & Transportation
Move-in dates can be found on the housing website , along with information about what to bring for your new apartment. Once you have found housing, your Ward leaders will contact you.
Paying for School
Going to school costs money. Luckily, there are multiple ways to pay for school. In this section you will learn about how much it can cost to attend BYU and specific fees, methods to have enough funds, and how to make the payments.
Fitness, fun, and friends! There's a lot of life that happens outside of class. If you want to get involved in a club, an exercise group, Yserve, an academic association, or an intramural sport, this is the place to be!
Register for Classes
You may want to take the time to explore this page thoroughly. Each of these items is applicable to every student and will...
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...
How To BYU was designed for all incoming students. Below are the features that are specific to you as a Transfer Student.
BYU has tools to help you navigate your enrollment. There are tools for registering for classes, searching for majors, asking questions, tracking your university account, engaging in online learning, and so much more. We've compiled a list of tools...
Just got your mission call? Here you can learn about how to have a smooth transition from college to your mission and back again. For a full checklist of what you need to do before leaving on your mission, check out the OneStop Missionary Checklist...