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Accept or decline your BYU-Idaho admission offer online at byui.edu/response.
If you plan to attend BYU-Idaho, you must accept your offer online. Accepting your offer allows you to create your new BYU-Idaho login information, access your BYU-Idaho e-mail account, and more. You will not be able to register for classes until you accept your offer.
If you are not planning to attend BYU-Idaho, you must decline your offer online.
Access your personalized student portal at my.byui.edu. You will use this portal to register for courses, pay tuition, check your email, log in to your online courses, and change your profile information.
Open and read your BYU-Idaho email, which is the official method of communication at BYU-Idaho. Please check your email regularly for important information and announcements.
Contact the Online Support Center at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 1-866-672-2984 or 208-496-1800 for questions regarding registration, course access, I-Learn, Net ID’s, password, or computer issues.
To determine your registration date, check the registration schedule. Look on the column where the number of credits is 0 for your regstration deadline date. Registration is usually available immediately after acceptance.
To log into I-Learn and other required systems, ensure that you have daily access to a computer with reliable internet access. For system requirements, see system requirements.
To view technology tutorials, do the following: log into my.byui.edu and select the "I-Learn" tab. In the "Resources" box, click on "Help and Tutorials" and review as needed.
When I-Learn courses open (a couple of days before class), the first task is to access your course.
Courses are accessed via I-Learn:
Log into my.byui.edu.
Choose the "I-Learn" tab at the top of the page.
Choose the desired course.
Remember that your online course begins before the first Thursday night gathering.
View semester deadlines here.
Make a note of the first day of class, as well as the first Thursday night gathering, which will be the Thursday of the week classes begin.
Contact your site missionaries to find out information about the gathering time and location.
On the first day of class (which is before the first Thursday night gathering), log into each class and review the syllabus and the course outline. Then post your introduction.
Payment for tuition is always due the first day of class.
If you register late, tuition is due upon registration.
To pay your tuition, click on the "Finances" tab on the my.byui.edu website.
View the different payment options on the Pathway Tuition page.
BYU-Idaho accepts all major credit cards for payment of tuition and student charges. A Visa card is the preferred method of payment for International Pathway students.
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