The following are resources provided by the University to assist students, faculty, staff and administrative employees and others participating in BYU-Idaho’s educational programs and activities.
TITLE IX Office
The Title IX Coordinator is available to address reported violations of the Sexual Misconduct Policy, provide information and training, and answer questions about University Policy or other Title IX concerns the Federal law that prohibits any form of sex discrimination at the university or any of its programs. If you have questions about ANYTHING contained in this website or are unsure what we do in a given situation, please contact the Title IX Office.
(208) 496-9209, 290 Kimball Building
DEAN OF STUDENTS OFFICE
Encourages student development, addresses student issues and needs, and helps connect you with important resources on campus.
(208) 496-9200, 290 Kimball Building
Provides confidential counseling for individuals, couples (pre-marital and marital), groups, and assistance for any student crisis. Counseling is available at no cost for full-time students.
(208) 496-9370 or (208) 496-4357 after business hours, 200 Student Health Center
STUDENT HEALTH CENTER
Provides comprehensive health care services EXCLUDING sexual assault examinations—which are available at Madison Memorial Hospital.
(208) 496-9330, 100 Student Health Center
SAFETY AND SECURITY
The Dispatch Center operates 24 hours a day. Security and Safety patrols campus grounds, provides Safe Walk escort services, and responds to emergencies.
(208) 496-3000, 150 Kimball Building
ACADEMIC SUPPORT CENTER
Provides support for students who are academically underperforming.
(208) 496- 4270, 272 David O. McKay Library
INTERNATIONAL STUDENT SERVICES
Provides information regarding student visas and can direct individuals in need of additional assistance to resources that are able to help with other types of visas and immigration status issues.
(208) 496-1320, 276 Manwaring Center
FINANCIAL AID AND SCHOLARSHIPS
Provides information concerning discontinuance or withdrawal from classes and the effects that such action may have on financial aid and scholarships.
(208) 496-1600, 100 Kimball Building
Provides services for classroom and other university related activities for students with qualifying disabilities. (208) 496-9210, 156 David O. McKay Library.