- The student is responsible for all transfer credits which must be officially cleared by the BYU-Idaho Registrar's Office.
- Students will be admitted on all three tracks. Once admitted, students continue through all four semesters until the ASN Program is completed.
- The highest grade earned in a course which has been retaken will be used for Associate Degree Selections. Original and retake grades will no longer be averaged.
- In order to facilitate a smooth graduation process, all students accepted to the ASN program will be moved to the current catalog year. Please make sure you understand the requirements to complete your ASN degree. If you have questions or concerns regarding this change, please contact the Ag and Life Science Academic Discovery Center at 208-496-9830, CALSacademicdiscoverycenter@byui.edu, or visit us in Benson 240.
For specific questions regarding University requirements, please consult with the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences Academic Discovery Center at (208) 496-9830.