Registration for Spring 2022

Registering

Priority registration for Spring Semester 2022 opens Tuesday, March 1st. To determine your specific registration date and time based on cumulative credits, log into the registration p ortal at my.byui.edu
 
For an optimal registration experience:
  1. Ensure your registration holds are resolved.
  2. Plan your schedule using the graduation planner (I-Plan).
  3. Identify and plan for any prerequisites and requirements for the courses in your intended schedule.
  4. Familiarize yourself with the course search, adding, dropping, and waitlist functionality.
  5. Review commonly asked registration questions.
  6. Register on your earliest priority date to obtain your desired class schedule.
  7. For questions on which courses to take, schedule an appointment with an academic advisor at 208-496-1411. 
For other important registration dates, refer to the Academic Deadlines page or visit Registration.

 

FAQ

How much is tuition?

  • The tuition cost would depend on the student type (Campus, Online, or BYU-Pathway Worldwide student) and the registration option you choose for an individual course. To get the total cost per credit and student type, see Tuition Cost.

Current and former students requisite requirements?

  • Make sure all pre-requisites are taken before signing up for upper level classes.
  • Check if any additional classes need to be taken with a course.
  • Other examples (e.g., majors only, juniors/seniors only, minimum cumulative GPA required, etc)

Will Spring 2022 classes be on campus?

  • BYU-Idaho plans to fully open Spring Semester 2022 for in-person instruction. We will continue to follow recommended health and safety protocols as advised by local public health officials. These requirements may be modified as the semester progresses.

Can I withdraw from all Spring Semester courses and return at a future date?

  • BYU-Idaho fully supports each student in making personal decisions that align with their individual needs and specific circumstances. 

I accidentally dropped a class. What should I do?

  • If you accidentally drop a course, please fill out the Reinstate Course Request form. (NOTE: If you dropped the course more than 24 hours ago, then you will need to get approval to be reinstated from the instructor before filling out the form. This applies to both online and on-campus students.)
  • BYU-Pathway Online students will need to talk to a BYU-Pathway advisor to be reinstated into their courses.

I am on-track Spring Semester. If I drop all my courses will I need to request a deferment?

  • Yes. If you are on-track Spring Semester and you choose not to enroll, please request a deferment to retain your admission status. 

I am a new student and BYU-Idaho Spring Semester was supposed to be my first semester of enrollment; can I defer my start to Fall Semester instead?

  • If you wish to postpone your enrollment to Fall Semester, please email admissions@byui.edu. If you are on the Spring/Fall track, you can use the same email to request an enrollment override to attend Fall.
  • You do not need to defer your assigned start if you take at least one course and are a US Citizen. The enrollment requirement is still satisfied even if you take less than a full-time course load (12 credits). However, taking fewer than 12 credits may impact your financial aid eligibility. For specific questions regarding your aid, contact the Financial Aid Office by filling out the Financial Aid Contact Us Form

I am an international student; how will my student visa be impacted if I do not register for enough credits? 

  • For information on requirements for International Student who are attending on campus, please see Maintain my Status.

 

For recent questions in regards to registration, see Registration Questions

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