Retired from full time employment: Requires completion of 10 years of service prior to retirement and retired employee receives benefits for themselves, spouses and dependents (unmarried dependent, age 8-26).

All others including Retired employees who were part-time: Only receive benefits for themselves (those retired from part time employment are required to have completed 10 years of service prior to retirement).

I-Card: As an employee, having an I-card grants you access to the hart facilities, McKay library, a discount at the university store, and discounted tickets for on-campus events.

Hart Access: Access to the hart gym. P.E. equipment and lockers are available. Must wear BYU-I approved exercise apparel. Facilities are free for employees and their dependents.

Library: Check out privileges for full-time employees and their dependents.

University Store: A 10% discount is given to employees for most purchases at the University Store (must show BYU-Idaho ID card).

Discount Tickets: Employees are a given a discount for events held on campus.

“A” Parking Pass: Employees are entitled to one transferable “A” permit (employee parking lots) and one “B” permit (general parking lots. “A” permits are valid in all lots. Parking passes can be obtained through University Security, Kimball 150.

Personal Account: An account which they can make charges for BYU-Idaho goods and services, as well as charge their cell phone plan through the BYU-Idaho funded Sprint discount plan. This account can be set up at the Accounting Office, Kimball 130 (496-1057).

Cell Phones: Purchase cell phones for office and/or personal use through Sprint. Phones may be purchased for family members (purchase must be initiated by the employee).

Training and Development: Human Resources offers various development opportunities to employees.

Holiday Schedule: Paid holidays are given to employees throughout the year.

Activities Calendar: Online resource that provides details about a variety of campus activities and events.

Copy Center: Located in the Manwaring Center next to the university store. Provides services for black and white copies, color copies, lamination, binding, etc.

Devotional: Held in the I-Center at 2:00 p.m. on Tuesdays. Live broadcast also available on KBYI-FM 94.3 and 95.1. Transcripts and audio files of devotionals are also available online.

Employment Opportunities: Job postings are posted online through the Employment page. It is the responsibility of the applicant to keep up-to-date on job openings and to ask to be considered to specific openings.

Entertainment: Fine arts events, sporting events, or activities held on campus. Center Stage, Ticket Office, Activities.

Family History Center: Open Monday through Saturday, and Sunday afternoons. Located in the McKay Library 220.

Food Court “Crossroads”: Open to the public. Located on the second floor of the Manwaring Center.

Information Desk: Also serves as the lost and found for campus. The information desk can be found on the second floor of the Manwaring Center, or call 208.496.1400.

Media Lab: Services available for full-time and part-time employees. Video/DVD services, equipment rentals, slide projectors, etc. The media lab is located in the McKay Library 320/360.

Outdoor Equipment Rentals: Rent sleeping bags, tents, ski equipment, cooking gear, etc. Please call for availability.

Planetarium: Presentations are given Thursday evenings at 7:00 p.m.; seating is limited. Located in the Romney building 107.

Scroll: University newspaper published once per week.

Thomas E. Ricks Gardens: Open to the public. Located south of the Kimball Building and the Taylor Building.

University Catering: Available for office or personal use. Order by calling 208.496.2841, or online through the Catering Page.