The following academic resources are available to assist all students in becoming academically successful:
David O. McKay Library
2nd Floor, East Wing
Every year at BYU-Idaho, the Academic Support Centers serve over 10,000 different students from all parts of the university's campus. These students spend an average of 12 hours per semester with individual tutors. The Academic Centers are designed to supplement classroom instruction and help students practice, sharpen, and master essential college skills. Students who come to the Centers begin to understand the difference one-on-one and group tutoring can make in their academic lives through their close contact with peer tutors. This one-on-one teaching and learning experience is part of the core essence of the "Spirit of Ricks."
129 Manwaring Center
The ADC helps future, current and former students explore academic, career and life options. "We want to be more effective at helping students make educated decisions about what they want to do in life," said Guy Hollingsworth, Associate Academic Vice President. "Our reorganization efforts will help students select the best major and course options that will, in turn, chart them on a path to a fulfilling career."