The divide between the standards of the gospel and those of the world continues to widen. There is safety in abiding by gospel standards. We agree to abstain from behaviour that conflicts with the CES Honor Code, like immorality, pornography, violent or sexually explicit entertainment or gambling. We also avoid situations which might compromise our standards and tempt us unnecessarily.
Obeying the standards and principles in the CES Honor Code helps us become better disciples of Christ. As we internalize these principles our thoughts, desires and actions change. Our commitment to the Honor Code applies whether we are on campus or off campus, on track or off track. We take it with us wherever we go and whatever we do, just like our baptismal and temple covenants.
BYU-Idaho standards Related to student life
Visit these links for details about specific BYU-Idaho standards, Q&A and other resources.
- Camping and Overnight Activities
- Computer Crime
- Curfew Hours
- Disruptive Behavior
- Drugs and Alcohol
- Entertainment and the Media
- Harassment, Hazing, Intimidations, or Aggressive Behavior
- Overnight Guests
- Quiet Hours
- Right of Access
- Sexual Harassment
- Single-Student Approved Housing
- Visitation Guidelines
President James E. Faust
"What is discipleship? It is primarily obedience to the Savior. Discipleship includes many things. It is chastity. It is tithing. It is family home evening. It is keeping all the commandments. It is forsaking anything that is not good for us."
>> Click For Full Article >>
Elder Allan F. Packer
"God has established what we must do and the standards that we must meet. Something quite remarkable is that He gives us the moral agency of deciding whether or not we choose to accept and meet those standards."