Summer Session

New Students:
  • Fall/Winter and Spring/Fall Students: You have the opportunity to come to campus a little bit early, get a jump start on your Foundations classes, and have the opportunity to live in BYU-Idaho approved housing.
  • Winter/Spring Students: You have the opportunity to get a jump start on your Foundations classes. This could be a great way to earn some credits before starting your mission. You’ll also be able to experience life in Rexburg before coming back to campus in January.
  • Returning Missionaries: You have the opportunity to catch up on your studies and get established in Rexburg prior to your semester starting.

Please note that attending Summer Session does not change your track assignment.

Continuing Students:
Regardless of your assigned track, you can stay for Summer Session. It gives every student the opportunity to get extra classes while still being able to enjoy their off-track semester. Students on the Fall/Winter semester have the opportunity to get to Rexburg early and get ahead. Students on the Winter/Spring track have the opportunity to have a more personalized experience but getting to experience the Rexburg life for a few extra weeks. Students on the Spring/Fall track have the opportunity of decreased travel costs by getting to stay in Rexburg between Spring and Fall.
Is there a process to be able to start in Summer Session?

Continuing students, who have already attended BYU-Idaho, are eligible to register for Summer Session.

New students who have been admitted and are scheduled to start in Fall 2016 or Winter 2017 will need to contact the BYU-Idaho Admissions Office to be granted permission to register for Summer Session. New students need to have accepted their track assignment before this permission can be granted. You can accept your track assignment by going to www.byui.edu/response.
When can I register?

Registration for Summer Session will open May 2, 2016. All students will be able to begin registration on the same day, regardless of how many credit hours you have.
How do I register?

Please visit the Registration page for information.
Can I be added to a waiting list if the class is full?

Yes. You can sign-up for the waiting list if the class is full through the registration page.
How many credits can I take during Summer Session?

Since the Summer Session is only seven weeks, students are limited to 10 credits.
Summer Session 2016 Courses Offered:

    • FDENG 101 (Writing and Reasoning Foundations)
    • FDENG 301 (Advanced Writing and Critical Thinking)
    • FDAMF 101 (American Foundations)
    • FDSCI 204 (The American Epidemic/Cardiovascular Disease and Diabetes)
    • FDHUM 110 (Foundations of Humanities)
    • FDINT 215 (China)
    • FDREL 130 (Mission Prep)
    • FDREL 275 (The Teachings and Doctrine of the Book of Mormon)
    • FDREL 225 (Foundations of the Restoration)
    • B 100 (Business Management Orientation)
    • B 101 (Introduction to Business)
    • CHILD 210 (Child Development)
    • CIT 110 (Introduction to Excel)
    • FAML 100 (The Family)
    • FAML 150 (Introduction to Marriage and Family Studies)
    • FAML 220 (Parenting)
    • FDAMF 101 (American Foundations)
    • FDHUM 110 (Foundations of Humanities)
    • FDENG 301 (Advanced Writing and Critical Thinking)
    • FDMAT 108 (Math for the Real World)
    • FDREL 121 (Book of Mormon)
    • FDREL 122 Book of Mormon)
    • FDREL 130 (Mission Prep)
    • FDREL 211 (New Testament)
    • FDREL 212 (New Testament)
    • FDSCI 101 (Science Foundations)
    • FDSCI 201 (Natural Disasters)
    • FDSCI 203 (Environmental Stewardship)
    • GS 111 (Introduction to BYU-Idaho)
    • HFED 340 (Money Management)
    • LR 111 (Library Research Skills)

All Students:
Students can register for as many classes, campus or online, as they would like (maximum of 10 credits) and will be charged per credit. Withdrawal from a course is the student's responsibility. Classes are not automatically dropped because of non-attendance. Students transferring credits to BYU-Idaho (other schools attended, concurrent/dual enrollment and/or AP from high school) should consult with BYU-Idaho Advising to determine the BYU-Idaho courses for which they count. You don't want to repeat course requirements.
Summer Registration Date: May 2
Course Registration Process
      1. Log into my.byui.edu.
      2. Click on the "Student" tab.
      3. Below "Registration", change the "Term" to "Summer Session 2016."
      4. You must select "Extended" as a sub program.
      5. A new window will appear. Click "Add/Drop Courses."
      6. Under the "Add column", check next to the courses you wish to add and follow the prompts.

Financial aid may be available to eligible students for Summer Session, but could have an impact on the aid you receive for your on-track semesters. Please contact the Financial Aid office to determine your aid for your upcoming school year, including Summer Session.

Cost InformationCost
LDS Tuition $160 per credit hour
Non-LDS Tuition $320 per credit hour
Centre Square is open for Summer at 25% off regular prices! Don’t miss this special reduced rate. When you aren’t hitting the books jump into a grass volleyball game or futsal game at “The Park” in the center of the complex. Spend your evenings around the outdoor fireplace and BBQ with your friends in our two large plazas. Sign up today!
Center Square Summer Session Rates:
2 Bedroom3 Bedroom4 Bedroom
$489 $469 $449
Housing is available at many BYU-Idaho approved housing complexes. A listing of approved housing available for summer session can be found at www.byui.edu/housing and clicking on the Housing Search link.

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