Registration time is here! We know questions arise regarding how to register, what classes to register for, when to register, etc. Please take a moment to review the information below to see if your question is addressed.
When can I register?
See the link below for the registration schedule. You can register depending upon your current student status and the number of credits you have completed. Credits include earned (including transfer credit posted to the BYU-Idaho transcript) and currently enrolled BYU-Idaho credits.
How do I register for classes?
- Go to the BYU-Idaho homepage.
- Log in to my.byui.edu using your user ID and password.
- Click on the Student tab.
- Scroll down to the add/drop section
- Select the correct semester to search for classes and then follow the prompts to add classes.
- Classes may be dropped by clicking on the DROP button.
- You can add yourself to a waitlist if a course is full.
What classes should I take?
Each student should consider his or her own personal needs when selecting what courses and how many credits to take each semester. The Class Planning tool in I-Plan is a powerful tool to assist you in mapping out your courses up to graduation.
What are General Education courses and when do I take them?
General Education courses are required of all majors and ensure that BYU-I graduates become not only employable, but also literate, well-rounded, cultured, and informed. See the General Education requirements in the University Catalog. Most General Education requirements can be completed during your Freshman or Sophomore year.
Are there classes I need to take my first semester for my major?
We recommend trying to take the following courses your first semester if you are in any of the following majors. However, if you cannot get into them this semester, they are also great options for your second semester:
- Elementary Education: ED 200 Teaching as a Profession (Elementary Education majors with a Math Education Minor should take FMAT 110X during their first semester, and not MAT 108)
- Early Childhood/Special Education: ED 200 Teaching as a Profession
- Marriage and Family Studies: FAML 150 Intro to Marriage and Family Studies and FAML 160 Family Relations
- Psychology: PSYCH 111 General Psychology or PSYCH 112 Careers in Psychology
- Sociology: SOC 111 Intro to Sociology
- Child Development: CHILD 150 Foundations of Early Childhood
- Family Consumer Science: FCS 101 Introduction to Family and Consumer Science
- Professional Preschool Education: CHILD 150 Foundations of Early Childhood, CHILD 210 Child Development
Don't hesitate to contact us to set up an appointment with one of our advisors. You can also set up an appointment on your own through I-Plan.
Thank you, and best of luck with the upcoming semester!