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Fall Semester Updates

BYU-Idaho COVID Vaccination Rates

October 19, 2021

The Office of Institutional Research and Assessment administered two anonymized surveys during Fall 2021 semester to assess the general COVID-19 vaccination rate of individuals on campus. 

Based on survey responses:

81% of all BYU-I students on campus during Fall 2021 semester have received at least one vaccination dose against COVID-19 (with 74% being fully vaccinated).

91% of all BYU-I employees on campus have received at least one vaccination dose against COVID-19 (with 84% being fully vaccinated).

Confidence intervals for each value are approximately +/- 3%.

Fall Semester 2021 COVID Update

September 10, 2021 

BYU-Idaho students are asked to follow all university COVID safety protocols. Given current trends, masks will be required in campus buildings for the foreseeable future. University leaders are continually monitoring the situation and will make adjustments as needed.

If you have COVID symptoms, please get a COVID test. You may be asked to self-isolate. If you must self-isolate due to a positive COVID test or exposure to someone who has tested positive for COVID, please contact the Student Well Being Office and your instructors right away. Your professors will work with you to provide the necessary support for your learning and coursework while you are isolating.

We encourage everyone to follow the guidance of the First Presidency and President Henry J. Eyring to be good global citizens by getting vaccinated and following health protocols, including mask-wearing.

The following list provides specific information on what to do if you are sick or have been exposed to COVID-19:

The leaders of BYU-Idaho look forward to having you on campus as we work together to create a safe and productive semester.

COVID-19 Vaccine Safety

August 27, 2021

As we approach a new semester, the threat of the COVID-19 virus is still upon us. Fortunately, with access to vaccination, we have significant help in the fight against the virus. We recognize that some may feel skeptical regarding the COVID-19 vaccine and have included a list of sources to help you find credible information for making an educated decision. Please help protect yourself and others on campus by getting vaccinated if you are able. 


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A Message from President Henry J. Eyring

August 6, 2021

Please view this short, but important, video message from President Eyring as he shares how everyone can help ensure a safe return to campus and successful Fall Semester 2021.

Expectations for Fall Semester 2021

August 2, 2021

Again this fall, we face the challenge of a global pandemic. Unlike last year, though, we intend to provide many more face-to-face experiences. To make that possible, all of us need to embrace the following precautions:

  • Continue wearing masks in all campus buildings for at least the first two weeks of the semester (including Sundays), after which the policy will be reviewed.
  • Carefully consider vaccination against COVID-19, prior to the start of the semester.
  • Practice health hygiene precautions, including the frequent washing of hands and staying at home in the case of sickness, except to seek medical attention.
  • Regularly check your campus email and this webpage for up-to-date information and official notices on all university policies related to COVID-19.

We appreciate everyone’s efforts to keep our campus community safe and healthy. We look forward to a productive semester.

BYU-Idaho to be Fully Open Fall Semester 2021

June 4, 2021

BYU-Idaho plans to fully open for in-person instruction in Fall Semester 2021. As always, the university’s top priority is the health and safety of students and the entire campus community. We will continue to follow recommended health and safety protocols as advised by local public health officials. Campus-wide sanitation, limited physical distancing, and mask requirements will remain in place to start the semester. These requirements may be modified as the semester progresses.

Fall registration will begin on Monday, June 28. Further information and updates about fall registration, including priority registration dates, will be sent to BYU-Idaho students through email and text.

We remind students that, in most instances, the last day to cancel a housing contract for fall semester is July 11, 2021. After July 11, students may be responsible to pay the full amount of the contract or sell the contract to another eligible student. Students who are unsure how campus plans and registration will affect their decision to attend BYU-Idaho in person are advised to delay signing a housing contract until their decision to attend is final. Students who have already signed a contract are encouraged to carefully review it for specific deadlines and other relevant information.

Additional information and future updates will be posted on both the COVID-19 Updates and Registration webpages as soon as further decisions are made.

BYU-Idaho looks forward to fall semester.

Current COVID-19 Protocols to Remain in Place at BYU-Idaho

May 18, 2021 

BYU-Idaho thanks the campus community for its many efforts to reduce the impact of COVID-19. After careful consideration of the new Center for Disease Control (CDC) guidelines, BYU-Idaho has decided to maintain the  current campus protocols now in place until further notice. The university works closely with  Eastern Idaho Public Health (EIPH) and will continue to receive their guidance in the future, updating employees and students as changes occur.

Spring Semester COVID-19 Guidelines

April 16, 2021

We would like to express our sincere appreciation to students and employees for your efforts to learn and work while adhering to COVID-19 protocols and safety guidelines over the last year. There is much to be hopeful about as we begin spring semester! As the vaccination rollout strategy continues, we must remain vigilant. The CDC directs that we should keep taking precautions even as individuals are fully vaccinated. As we continue to be united in our efforts, we will each contribute to achieving a successful semester together.

Campus Preventative Protocols

Campus health and safety protocols continue to be required for spring semester. Face coverings are required inside all campus buildings and outside where physical distancing cannot be achieved. For everyone’s safety, there can be no exceptions. Please continue following good hygiene practices.

Students and employees are asked to carefully follow the recommended health guidance established by Eastern Idaho Public Health while on campus and when in the community. BYU-Idaho is working closely with EIPH to receive guidance as we determine the best ways to keep campus safe and offer on-campus classes and activities. EIPH’s thresholds, including active cases and hospital bed capacity, are key indicators to watch. We will continue to monitor the situation and adjust policies and practices as appropriate.

Vaccination Availability

COVID-19 vaccinations are available at the Student Health Center. The Church urges its members to be good global citizens and help quell the pandemic by safeguarding themselves and others through immunization. Individuals are responsible to make their own decision about vaccination. In making that determination, we recommend that, where possible, they counsel with a competent medical professional about their personal circumstance and need. Appointments can be made by calling (208) 496-9330.

Church Meetings

Face coverings are required during all church meetings, including Sunday meetings and weeknight meetings and appointments. There are no exceptions. Those unable or unwilling to wear masks should coordinate with their respective ecclesiastical leader to determine if an accommodation is available to participate in meetings online.

Home Evening and Weekday Activities

Gathering in small group activities without following proper safety protocols is one of the main ways the virus is spreading. To participate in safe gathering activities, please sign up for a variety of campus-sponsored home evening activities. In addition to home evening, wards can schedule small group activities—such as laser tag, archery tag, and more—on days other than Monday by contacting studentsupport@byui.edu. When campus safety protocols are followed, these types of gatherings are low risk.

Weekend Life

BYU-Idaho will continue to provide fun and safe weekend activities. You can find a list of things to do on the university’s I-Belong webpage and app. Large parties and apartment gatherings that exceed occupancy limits, violate EIPH’s recommendations, and disregard established health and safety protocols are not permitted.

COVID Safety Protocols

The following list provides a quick reference and guidance on what to do if you are sick or have been exposed to COVID-19:

Contacts and Resources

The list below provides contact information for additional needs or concerns:

BYU-Idaho thanks you for your faith, fasting, continued vigilance, and care.

As we continue to work together and diligently follow safety guidelines, we can all experience a successful and healthy semester.

Fall Semester 2021 Registration Delay

March 26, 2021

BYU-Idaho continues to closely monitor the effects of COVID-19 on campus. As a result, registration for Fall Semester 2021 is delayed until later this summer. This change allows the university to better help students by making the most effective and accurate decisions regarding fall course offerings. As always, the university’s top priority is the health and safety of students and the entire campus community.

Regarding student housing for Fall Semester 2021, the last day to cancel a housing contract is July 11, 2021. After July 11, students will be responsible to pay the full amount of the contract or sell the contract to another eligible student. Students who are unsure how registration will affect their decision to attend BYU-Idaho in person are advised to delay signing a housing contract until their decision to attend is final. Students who have already signed a contract are encouraged to carefully review it for deadlines or additional information.

Further information and updates about fall registration will be sent to BYU-Idaho students through email and posted on both the COVID-19 Updates and Student Records and Registration webpages as soon as additional decisions are made.

BYU-Idaho looks forward to Fall Semester 2021 and your continued progress and success.

Vaccine Update

March 19, 2021

BYU-Idaho Encourages Continued Adherence to Safety Precautions

 February 12, 2021

BYU-Idaho appreciates the efforts every student and employee is making to help keep themselves and others safe during the COVID-19 pandemic. By way of reminder, we encourage all students and employees to continue following the previously outlined protocols in compliance with Eastern Idaho Public Health’s Madison County order of restriction and Idaho’s statewide Stay Healthy Guidelines

The university urges adherence to the following policies and procedures:

  • Stay home if you are sick.
  • Wash your hands thoroughly and regularly.
  • Wear a face-covering inside all campus buildings and outside where physical distancing cannot be achieved.
  • Quarantine if you test positive for COVID-19, or if you come in contact with someone who has tested positive. (Student support services including meals, tutoring, and faculty/ecclesiastical notification are provided by Student Well-Being in the Dean of Students Office.)
  • Get tested for COVID-19 if you have symptoms. Further testing info can be found here.
  • Ensure at least 28 square feet per person is maintained to meet distancing requirements for all parties, gatherings, and events, both public and private. University occupancy thresholds in classrooms and other facilities have been implemented to comply with this requirement.
  • Minimize non-essential travel.

Employees and students are asked to continue these practices while out in the community. Additionally, we encourage the campus community to be responsive to contact tracing calls from EIPH.

Even if you do not have symptoms, have received the vaccine, or have been infected and recovered, we encourage you to continue with these important protocols and hygiene practices to keep everyone healthy.

Warning: Intentionally Contracting COVID-19

October 12, 2020

BYU-Idaho is deeply troubled by accounts of individuals who have intentionally exposed themselves or others to COVID-19, with the hope of getting the disease and being paid for plasma that contains COVID-19 antibodies. The university condemns this behavior and is actively seeking evidence of any such conduct among our student body. Students who are determined to have intentionally exposed themselves or others to the virus will be immediately suspended from the university and may be permanently dismissed.

The contraction and spread of COVID-19 is not a light matter. Reckless disregard for health and safety will inevitably lead to additional illness and loss of life in our community. As BYU-Idaho previously cautioned, if recent trends in Idaho and Madison County continue, the university may be forced to move to a fully-remote instruction model. We urge all members of the campus community to act respectfully and responsibly by observing all public health and university protocols and placing the well-being of others above personal benefit or convenience.

BYU-Idaho recognizes that, for many in our campus community, the physical, emotional, and financial strain of this pandemic is very real. If students are struggling, BYU-Idaho stands ready to help. There is never a need to resort to behavior that endangers health or safety in order to make ends meet. To learn about available financial, academic, health, and other resources, contact Student Well-Being at (208) 496-9200 or studentwellbeing@byui.edu.

Warning of Potential Campus Closure

September 25, 2020

BYU-Idaho is deeply concerned by the increase of active COVID-19 cases in our region and on campus. Students and employees are asked to carefully follow the required health restrictions established by Eastern Idaho Public Health (EIPH). We are committed to honoring civil authority. The university’s ability to keep campus open will be determined by EIPH thresholds, including active cases and hospital bed capacity.

If EIPH guidelines are not followed and the current trend continues, it may require a reclosure of campus, which would impact all of us in difficult and unfortunate ways. This may include moving courses to only remote and online instruction, challenges in meeting housing contracts, strain on the local community, and the difficult emotional toll of continued separation and/or isolation.

Adhering to EIPH guidelines is required at all times. Masks must be worn in public and physical distancing must be maintained. Participating in large gatherings in parks, apartment complexes, dance parties, and other events where health and safety standards are not strictly observed is contrary to public health guidelines.

If BYU-Idaho students refuse to comply with EIPH guidelines or take actions that put others at risk, campus privileges may be restricted. This could include not being able to attend class on campus, work on campus, or receive in-person campus services. It could also result in suspension and/or dismissal from the university.

BYU-Idaho is grateful for the students, university employees, ecclesiastical leaders, public health and city officials, businesses, and citizens who are committed to honoring the current order issued by EIPH. We expect our campus community to help in this important effort. By working together, we can all have hope in a healthy and productive future.

COVID Drive-Up Testing at BYU-Idaho

September 16, 2020

Express Labs is providing drive-up testing for the COVID-19 virus.  Testing is available MondayFriday, 9 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. 

Testing is for current infection only and is collected by nasal swab. The test site is located on BYU-Idaho’s campus at the Student Health Center, located at 100 SHC in Rexburg.  

To be tested, simply drive up to the collection center and present your photo ID and insurance information. Once registration is complete, a sample will be collected, and you will be on your way.

Test results will be available on your express labs portal generally within 48–72 hours. Testing is free under CARES for all students, including international testing. Testing is covered by most insurance companies, but if you do not have insurance, you will need to provide proof of Idaho residency and your social security number for the test to be billed to the Idaho Cares Act.

If you are not a resident or you do not have insurance, the price for testing is $95. Debit or credit cards are accepted on site.

Active COVID-19 Cases Dashboards

COVID-19 Tracking and Reporting

BYU-Idaho and New Orders from the Local Health Dept

September 16, 2020

Eastern Idaho Public Health (EIPH) has issued a mandatory mask order for Madison County, including Rexburg, for all public areas both indoor and outdoor. EIPH announced the Order of Restriction Monday, September 14, 2020. It is effective immediately and will continue until rescinded, superseded, or amended. The university requests that all students and employees comply with this order and the protocols at BYU-Idaho.

Here is what this means for BYU-Idaho students and employees:

  • Face coverings are required on campus and in the community while outside and whenever physical distancing of 6 feet or more is not possible among those not from your house or apartment. Face coverings are always required in campus buildings
  • Social parties, gatherings, and events, both public and private, are restricted to a maximum occupancy of 28 square feet per person to maintain 6 feet of physical distancing
  • Minimize non-essential travel. Travel at BYU-Idaho is by exception only
  • Vulnerable individuals should take extra precautions
  • Violation or failure to comply with this order could constitute a misdemeanor punishable by fine, imprisonment, or both (Idaho Code 39-419)
  • Continue following good hygiene practices, including:
    • Frequently washing your hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds or using alcohol-based hand sanitizer
    • Staying home if you are ill with symptoms of any sickness
    • Covering your nose and mouth with cloth, tissues, or elbows when coughing or sneezing, followed by cleaning hands
    • Avoiding the sharing of personal items such as towels, drinks, or toothbrushes

If you develop any of the following symptoms, please call the BYU-Idaho Student Health Center or your preferred medical provider to be tested for COVID-19:

  • Cough
  • Fever
  • Shortness of breath
  • Congestion
  • Sore throat
  • Body aches
  • Upset stomach

Further Information

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) the virus that causes the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) is easily transmitted from person-to-person through respiratory droplets when an infected person coughs, sneezes, talks, or raises their voice.

COVID-19 is easily transmitted in group settings. It is essential that the spread of the virus be slowed to protect the ability of public and private healthcare providers handling the influx of new patients and safeguard public health and safety.

The rate of COVID-19 infections reported to EIPH for Madison County, Idaho has exceed the established threshold of 10/10,000 for three consecutive days in accordance with EIPH’s COVID-19 Regional Response Plan and has moved into the Moderate Risk Level.

In addition to the order, all students and employees in Rexburg for Fall Semester 2020 are subject to local health authority requirements, and any other local, state, or federal guidance that has been or may be issued. BYU-Idaho urges compliance with all directives, and encourages the campus community to make responsible choices that will help prevent the spread of COVID-19.

COVID-19 and Responding to Eastern Idaho Public Health

August 4, 2020

Eastern Idaho Public Health (EIPH) has been authorized by the State of Idaho to oversee COVID-19 investigations and cases. BYU-Idaho is working closely with EIPH to help ensure that students and our community remain healthy and safe during Fall Semester 2020.

As part of this initiative, an individual from EIPH will reach out to students who have been diagnosed with COVID-19. They will also call and notify students who have been identified as a close contact (been within 6 feet for 15 minutes or more) with a positive case during their infectious period.

If you see a call from (208) 533-3219 on your caller ID, recognize that EIPH is trying to contact you. Please respond quickly and follow their instructions. Should you miss a call from EIPH, be sure to call back promptly.  As we each work with local health professionals, we also help reduce the spread of COVID-19.

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Campus Services Currently Available

Campus Services

September 11, 2020

The following facilities and services are open, and specific information is available by calling 208-496-1411 or visiting the   BYU-Idaho Support Center:



Online Services


Hours of Operation

Preferred Contact Method

Academic Support


Academic Support


By Appointment


Accounting Services  

Tuition payments, student financial accounts  

Personal Account Summary 

Email: stuaccts@byui.edu
Phone: 208-496-1411
Kimball 130

Monday - Friday: 8 AM - 5 PM

Saturday, September 12: 9 AM - 1 PM  

For question about your student account, please complete the following form: Account-Specific Information Request Account-Specific Information Request 


Admissions, deferments, and track assignments


Email: admissions@byui.edu
Phone: 208-496-1411
Kimball 120

Monday-Friday 8 AM -5 PM

Saturday, September 12:  9 AM - 1 PM

Email or call to set up an appointment. A limited number of walk-in appointments are also available.  


Career and major exploration and class planning


Email: advising@byui.edu
Phone: 208-496-1411
Chapman 101

Monday-Friday 8 AM -5 PM

Saturday. September 12:  9 AM - 1 PM

Email or call to set up a virtual appointment.  Same-day virtual appointments are available. 

Book Store

Textbooks, Fitness Center Clothing, and University Apparel

University Store

Email: service@byuistore.com
Phone: 208-496-1411
Manwaring Center 142

Regular Hours:
Mon - Fri: 8 AM - 5 PM
Sat: 11 AM - 3 PM
(Closed Tue 11:20 AM - 12:10 PM for Devotional)

Modified Hours:
Sep 11: 8 AM - 6 PM
Sep 12: 9 AM - 5 PM
Sep 14-15: 8 AM - 6 PM

Please join us in person in the Manwaring Center. For questions, please call 208-496-1411.

Bowling Alley


Strike Zone

Email: roseh@byui.edu
Phone: 208-496-7460
Manwaring Center 173

Monday - Saturday: 1 PM to 9 PM


Career Center

Career preparation, resume review, job fairs, job interview preparations

Career Center

Email: careerservices@byui.edu
Phone: 208-496-9801
Manwaring Center 179A

Monday-Friday 8 AM -5 PM          

Call 208-496-9801 or email careerservices@byui.edu to schedule a virtual appointment.  Minimal walk-in services available.  

Campus Recreation

Sports and Outdoor Activities


Email: involvement@byui.edu
Phone: 208-496-7300
Manwaring Center 101

Monday-Friday 8 AM -5 PM

Walk-ins welcome.  Please call or email for additional information or questions.



BYUI Catering

Phone: 208-496-2841
Manwaring Center Room 293

Monday-Saturday 8 AM -5 PM


Counseling Center



Email:  counselingcenter@byui.edu
Phone: 208-496-9370
Student Health Center Second Floor

Monday-Friday 8 AM -5 PM          

Call 208-496-9370 or email counselingcenter@byui.edu to schedule a virtual appointment.  In person appointments available on a needs basis.


Food Court

University Food Services

Email: foodservices@byui.edu
Phone: 208-496-2800

Modified Hours:
Sep 10 th- Chick-Fil-A will be open from 11 AM - 2 PM 
Sep 11th - Chick-Fil-A will be open from 11 AM - 4 PM                  Crossroads select stations will be open with prepackaged items from 11 AM - 2 PM
Sep 12th - Chick-Fil-A and MC Market open from 11 AM - 6 PM
Sep 14th - Crossroads open from 8:30 AM - 7 PM (prepackaged) Soleil – New Kiosk (No Longer Freshens) will be selling prepackaged items from 7-7 Breakfast Burritos, Bagels, Salads, Sandwiches, Pizza, bottled beverages.

Regular Hours: Monday-Friday 8:30 AM - 7 PM
Saturdays Chick-Fil-A 11 AM - 6 PM

Walk-ins welcome, must wear a mask.  Call or email for additional information or questions.

Dean of Students

Help with unforseign hardships, questions or concerns with administrative and academic processes

Dean of Students

Email: dos@byui.edu
Phone: 208-496-9200
Kimball 230

Monday-Friday 8 AM -5 PM          

Call or email to schedule an in-person or zoom appointment.  Walk-ins welcome.


Assistive technology & assistance, accomodations

Disability Services

Email: disabilityservices@byui.edu
Phone: 208-496-9210
McKay Library 350

Monday-Friday 8 AM -5 PM          

Call or email to schedule an in-person or zoom appointment.  Walk-ins welcome.

Financial Aid

Federal Financial Aid

Financial Aid

Email: financialaid@byui.edu
Phone: 208-496-1411
Kimball 196

Monday-Friday 8 AM -5 PM

Saturday, September 12:  9 AM - 1 PM

Text 208-496-1411, call, or use Live Chat on BYUI website - no lines or walk-ins

Health Center & Pharmacy

Health Center

Student Health Center

Phone: 208-496-9330
Student Health Center

Student Health Center open Monday-Friday 8 AM -5 PM

Pharmacy open Monday-Friday 9 AM - 5 PM

Call to schedule an in-person appointment or with questions.   No walk-in traffic


Student Housing

Student Housing

Email: housing@byui.edu
Phone: 208-496-9220
Kimball 240

Monday-Friday 8 AM -5 PM

Saturday. September 12:  9 AM - 1 PM

Call or email with questions, walk-in traffic welcome but not preferred.


Student Identification Cards


Phone: 208-496-1411

No in-person pictures will be taken, visit website to request your ID and pickup at Student Express

International Office

International Students

International Services

Email: international@byui.edu
Phone: 208-496-1320
Manwaring Center 276

Monday-Friday 8 AM -5 PM          

Preferred contact by phone or email.  Zoom Appointments available




Email: internships@byui.edu
Phone: 208-496-9827
Manwaring Center 179A

Monday-Friday 8 AM -5 PM 

Call 208-496-9827 or email internships@byui.edu to schedule a virtual appointment.  Minimal walk-in services available.

Involvment Center 

Find ways to be involved, serve, attend events and activities on campus


Email: involvement@byui.edu
Phone: 208-496-7300
Manwaring Center 101

Monday-Friday 8 AM -5 PM          

Walk-ins welcome.  Please call or email for additional information or questions.




Phone: 208-496-9522
McKay Library

Monday-Friday 7:30 AM -8 PM

Saturdays:  9 AM - 9 PM

To schedule an appointment to meet with a librarian click here.

MC Market

Small store with limited about of basic groceries on campus

Email: foodservices@byui.edu
Phone: 208-496-2800
Manwaring Center First Floor

Modified Hours:
Sep 10th- 11 AM - 4 PM
Sep 11th - 8:30 AM - 9 AM
Sep 12th - 11 AM - 6 PM
Sep 14th - 8:30 AM- 9 PM

Regular Hours:
Monday-Friday 8:30 AM - 9 PM
Saturday 11 AM - 6 PM

Walk-ins welcome, must wear a mask.  Call or email for additional information or questions.


Outdoor equipment rentals


Email:  orc@byui.edu
Phone:  208-496-7337

Monday 8:30 AM - 6 PM

Tuesday-Friday 9 AM - 7 PM

Saturday 17 AM - 7 PM

Curbside pickup availableMasks required to enter office for questions, shopping, and payments


On-Campus parking permit

Parking Services

Email: parkingservices@byui.edu
Phone: 208-496-3030
Kimball 15H

Monday-Friday 8 AM -5 PM          

Order through Student Express,
after Sept. 14th call, email, or accepting walk-ins.

Playing Fields and Outdoor Track

Playing fields and track

Monday-Saturday Lights off at 9 p.m.

Print & Copy Services

Print & Copy Services

Print & Copy Services

Email:  print@byui.edu

Orders can be submitted anytime  online

Monday-Friday 8 AM -5 PM

Email or order through our  online service

Recreational Facilities

Fitness Center

Recreational Facilities

Limit of 50 people at one time. Must register online for one-hour timeslots.

Monday-Saturday 5 AM -11:30 PM

Student Records & Registration

Registration, graduation, transfer evaluations, transcripts, and verifications

Student Records and Registration

Email: srr@byui.edu
Phone: 208-496-1411
Kimball 130

Monday-Friday 8 AM -5 PM

Saturday, September 12:  9 AM - 1 PM

Call or email with questions, walk-in traffic welcome but not preferred.  Only 2 students will be allowed in the office at a time.

Student Employment

Student Employment on campus

Student Employment

Email: studentemployment@byui.edu
Phone: 208-496-1712
Kimball 226

Monday-Friday 8 AM -5 PM          

Call or email to schedule an in-person or zoom appointment.  Walk-ins welcome.

Student Express

Temporary location in the Manwaring Center at the beginning of the semester to pick up textbooks, parking passes, I-Cards, spirit shirts, and BYUI workout clothing.Note: You must preorder all of these items online before 11:59 PM on Sep 14th to have them available at Student Express.  

Student Express

Email: service@byuistore.com
Phone: 208-496-1411
Manwaring Center 176A

Student Express pick-up hours:
Sep 8-9: 8 AM - 5 PM
Sep 11: 8 AM - 6 PM
Sep 12: 9 AM - 5 PM
Sep 14-15: 8 AM - 6 PM

Pre-order your items online at Student Express.

Student Honor

Encourage students to comply with the Honor Code

Student Honor Office

Email: sho@byui.edu
Phone: 208-496-9300
Kimball 270

Monday-Friday 8 AM -5 PM          

Call or email preferred, walk-ins welcome

Swimming Pool

Swimming Pool

Swimming Pool

Email:  equipmentroom@byui.edu
Phone:  208-496-7480

Monday-Saturday 6 AM -9 PM

Closed to the public 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. M – F

Walk-in, call, or email

Testing Center

Testing Center

Testing Center

Email: testcenter@byui.edu
Phone: 208-496-1750

Open During Scheduled Exam Times

Walk-in, call, or email

Wellness Center

teaching and facilitating mental, physical, financial, and social wellness

Wellness Center

Email: wellness@byui.edu
Phone: 208-496-7491
Hart 174

Monday-Friday 8 AM -5 PM

Saturday, September 12:  9 AM - 12 PM

Call, email, or walk-ins welcome.  Zoom appointments available as well.

Employee Info

We anticipate BYU-Idaho’s reopening process to occur in a gradual manner. We will act conservatively in following national and local policies and guidelines with at least a one to two-week delay.

Temporary Sick Leave Policy Update

October 7, 2021

From October 9, 2021, through December 15, 2021, BYU-Idaho will extend the sick leave process as outlined in detail below. It is not likely that the sick leave process will be extended beyond this date.
If you are sick, we ask you to stay home and not come to work. To better facilitate this request and provide support to our employees, the university is implementing the following actions.

  • Benefited employees will continue to use accrued sick leave for any work hours missed due to illness.
  • Non-benefited employees (part-time, temporary, and student employees) will be paid for their normally scheduled work hours for absence due to their own illness.
  • Employees will need to coordinate with their supervisor to minimize the impact of missed work time on assignments and colleagues.

BYU-Idaho will continue to monitor conditions and strive to do what is necessary to protect campus employees and students.


Question: When should a benefited employee record sick leave?
Answer: Benefited employees should record any sick leave time in Workday Fall Semester 2021.

Question: What about FMLA, maternity, parental leave?
Answer: Other leaves such as vacation, FMLA, maternity and parental leave, etc., should continue to be recorded as normal in Workday.

Question: What about part-time or student employees?
Answer: This temporary sick leave policy will apply to employees who do not accrue paid sick leave such as part-time employees, temporary employees, and student employees. These employees will continue to be paid for time they were scheduled to work when they need to be absent due to their own illness.

Vaccine Update

March 19, 2021

Internet Expenses Reimbursement Revisit

December 17, 2020

Internet Expenses

PEG is extending the option to apply for reimbursement for internet expenses for the Winter semester as there will still be individuals working from home. All individuals, needing assistance with their internet expenses, will need to apply for the assistance following the guidelines and process outlined below.


  • Funds can be used to increase data speeds and usage limits.
  • Funds may cover January 2021 – April 2021 expenses.
  • Monthly reimbursement should not exceed $50/month.
  • Funds will be managed through an Expense Report in Workday. (Do not use OneCard.)


  • Employees should consult with supervisors about what is needed to accomplish their work from home.
  • If the supervisor approves the expense, the employee can submit a copy of their bill and request a portion of it to be reimbursed via an expense report in Workday, which would need to be approved by the supervisor. Questions about how to submit an expense report in Workday may be addressed to the Accounting Office.
  • Expenses incurred will be charged to the department cost center so that cost center managers will have accountability for ensuring the charges are not excessive and are discontinued when no longer necessary. The spend category to be used is I:General and Administrative-Internet Reimbursement.
  • To ensure employees receive payments in a timely manner, they should verify direct deposit is set up for Expense. (View Payment Elections by clicking on the Expenses Worklet on the Workday homepage and then selecting Payment Elections. Employees will see a list of their bank accounts, below this section shows Payment Elections. If the payment type for Expense is Check, please click on Edit to change to Direct Deposit. For questions please reach out to Dawn Shirley or Angie Martin.)

We appreciate the work and sacrifices everyone is making to continue to serve students as we’ve always done. May the Lord bless you in your efforts.

Mental Health Resources Available to Students and Employees

August 3, 2020

BYU-Idaho offers a variety of remote mental health resources for students, including online counseling and a new anxiety and stress workshop available to all students and employees.

BYU-Idaho Counseling Center

Individual, group, and couples remote counseling is available to students. Contact the BYU-Idaho Counseling Center at (208) 496-9370.

Anxiety and Stress Workshop

The Counseling Center also provides an anxiety and stress workshop through Zoom that is open to all students and employees. Counselors in the BYUI Counseling Center will provide a 45-minute presentation and discussion on different mental health topics ranging from anxiety, depression, emotion management, and more.

  • Summer Session 2020
    The workshop will take place every Tuesday at 2:00 p.m. (July 27 th – September 9 th).
  • Fall Semester 2020
    The workshop will take place every Tuesday at 2:00 pm and Wednesdays at 3:15 pm.

To join the discussion, login to Zoom and use the Meeting ID 91642514514 or click on the following link: https://byui.zoom.us/i/91642514514

Therapy Assistance Online (TOA)

Students and employees have full access to Therapy Assistance Online (TOA). TOA is an online self-help program that can aid individuals in improving mental health. It is available to all students and employees with a BYUI email address. 

This online program offers 8 models of dealing with a variety of mental wellness topics. For more information on what TOA can offer, please refer to TOA

For more information, visit the Counseling Center, including additional resources and the latest updates on services. 

Wellness Center

The Wellness Center, located in the Hart Building, is open Monday – Thursday from 9 am – 1 pm and can provide fitness and nutrition consultations and wellness assessments. Walk into the Center at Hart 174 or call at (208) 496-7491 to schedule an appointment. Additional information is available online on the Wellness Center.

Peer Mentors

Your fellow students can also be an important resource and support. To connect with a Peer Mentor, visit Peer Mentoring for additional information or to request assistance.  

Social Activities and Events

Even with physical distancing and other safety protocols in place, getting outside, being physically active, and interacting with others can benefit your mental and emotional wellness. Here is a list of current activities and events provided by the university during summer session. For additional information you can visit the Activities and Involvement Center in Manwaring Center 101 Monday – Friday from 10 am – 2 pm or visit Summer Session Activies and Events.

Work From Home Guidelines

June 20, 2020

  • All employees who are able to work from home will continue to do so.
  • Limited personnel will continue to work on campus, with approval.
  • Additional, limited personnel may return, as determined appropriate by the university, based on area reports.
  • Departments should ensure operational plans and business protocols are in place to meet the governor’s allowance for returning to work at a to-be-determined date.
  • Vulnerable individuals should use caution in their public interactions, and should practice physical distancing, minimizing exposure to social settings where distancing may not be practical, unless precautionary measures are observed.

Vaccinations and COVID Safety Protocols 

Vaccination Options

October 5, 2021

Vaccinations at the Health Center 

Free vaccinations are available by appointment on campus at the Student Health Center. Call (208) 496-9330 to schedule an appointment.

Schedule a Vaccination through Eastern Idaho Public Health

Free vaccinations are available by appointment off-campus through Eastern Idaho Public Health and other participating pharmacies and clinics. Call (208) 533-3223 OR (855) 533-3160 to schedule an appointment. The appointment scheduling line is open Monday-Friday from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm.

COVID-19 Exposure Protocols

Getting Help and Support from BYU-Idaho

In order to assist employees and students in successfully self-isolating, the Student Well-Being Office will provide guidance and support. For students, these services may include tutoring support; meal assistance; mental health service coordination; and communication assistance with faculty, administrators, ecclesiastical leaders, etc. You can receive assistance by completing the  student or  employee request form. For additional information about these services, contact Student Well-Being at  208-496-9200 or email  studentwellbeing@byui.edu.