Accept or decline your BYU-Idaho admission offer online at www.byui.edu/response. You must decline your offer if you no longer plan to attend BYU-I.
Need to defer your admissions offer for LDS mission service? View the deferment policies and submit the deferment form on the Admissions Office Web site.
Once you accept your offer you will be assigned to a Student Ambassador who will answer questions you may have about coming to BYU-Idaho and help guide you through the New Student Checklist.
Access Your Student Portal (my.byui.edu) and BYUI Email Account
Login (see "First Login" information below) to your student portal (my.byui.edu). If you haven't accepted your offer you won't be able to login to your student portal, register for classes, apply for housing or take care of any other key services.
Frequently access your BYUI e-mail account through your student portal. E-mail is the official method of communication at BYU-Idaho. You are responsible for all emails sent to you from the University.
Urgent Notices- contains urgent information (sent as needed).
Student Advisory- contains essential University information (Sent on Tuesdays).
The Feed- features campus life and promotional information (sent on Thursdays).
New Student Update- contains information about preparing to attend BYUI (sent as needed).
Experiencing difficulties with Net ID/password, web access or other technology issues? Access the Technology Help Desk website or call 1-866-237-5195.
First Login to your Student Portal (Health Plan Requirements)
You are required to have insurance coverage, even when off-track, and will be automatically enrolled in the BYU-IdahoStudent Health Plan unless your current insurance qualifies you to submit a waiver.
You will be asked to submit a Health Plan waiver the first time you login to my.byui.edu.
Funding Your Education - Financial Aid & Student Employment Options
Visit the Planning Ahead page for projected expenses and resource ideas to help create a plan to fund your education.
Watch your Document Tracking page (my.byui.edu; Finance tab, view Financial Aid Document Tracker) for any required documents that might need to be turned into the Financial Aid office.
Watch your Financial Aid awards page (my.byui.edu; Finance tab, view Financial Aid Awards) for aid that is awarded to you. To receive the aid that is listed, you will need to be enrolled for the credits shown by each award. If you do not plan on enrolling in the required credits, you will need to email your Financial Aid Counselor regarding your situation.
Parents are invited to attend the Move-in Day portion of Get Connected and participate in the BYU-Idaho Welcome with their student. Those unable to travel to Rexburg may view the BYU-Idaho Welcome streamed live.
Find Your Housing
Housing & Student Living
All single students, on or off track, must live in BYU-Idaho approved housing. Married students or student families may live in community housing.
Complete the tuberculosis survey when you register for classes. You may have to do a tuberculosis skin test (TB test) prior to attending classes. You may take a TB test at the Student Health Center- no appointment is needed.
Tuition is due on the first day of classes. It is recommended that you pay your tuition through my.byui.edu (Finance Tab) before you arrive on campus. See payment methods.
Payment of tuition, reserved textbooks, or student charges can be paid by American Express, Discover, Visa, and Mastercard with a 2.75% service charge (subject to change). You may also pay by using an electronic check (E-Check). There is no additional fee for paying with an E-Check. Credit Card and eCheck payments can only be paid online through my.byui.edu (Finance Tab).
Need to authorize a parent or other user access to pay on your account? You can do this through my.byui.edu (Finance Tab).
Enroll in E-Refund so that any excess funds, after tuition and other fees are paid, are deposited directly into your bank account.
Buy Your Books and School Supplies
Reserve your textbooks in advance at the University Store so you can avoid lines when you arrive on campus.