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Beginning in September 2014, English Study Abroad (ESA) will have monthly meetings. At the meetings we talk about the tour and answer questions. Feel free to contact a director to find out the time and location of these meetings and to ask any questions you might have.
Off-track students not in Rexburg for these meetings receive meeting information and plans by email.
Monthly tour meetings will be held at dates and times to be announced.
You must have health insurance to travel with a BYU-Idaho program. ESA buys health and life insurance effective during the time we're outside the United States. BYU-Idaho has no funds to compensate for the loss, damage, or theft of luggage and/or personal belongings.
While you aren't required to climb all the cathedral spires, go on every hike, explore every inch of every site, being active is an important element of the tour. Be in shape before we go. Please indicate any health concerns or issues on the Health and Medical History form.
LDS Standards and BYU-Idaho Code of Honor
While traveling on this tour, you are ambassadors of the Church. All participants are required to maintain high standards of honor, integrity, and morality in harmony with the values of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Students will abide by all aspects of the BYU-Idaho Code of Honor including abstinence from coffee, tea, alcohol, and narcotics, as well as following LDS standards of chastity. Participants dress modestly and appropriately, and abide by the spirit and letter of the curfew.