01-New Student Information
Class Planning | Grad Planner
To figure out what courses you need to take in upcoming semesters, be sure to look at your grad planner on I-plan. Creating a grad plan will help you to sequence your courses to complete prerequisites and graduate faster. If you need help, make an appointment with an Academic Adviser.
"Even if you're not sure about your interests, the best way to find a major is to make your best guess and try it on. If you reflect regularly about whether your major is a good fit for you, testing your interests and relative abilities in it, you'll soon get a feeling about whether it's right or wrong." -President Henry J. Eyring
Around Rexburg | Sand Dunes
Emotionally Prepare for School
Anxiety and Stress Management Workshop
Starting something new and stepping away from your comfort zone is difficult in itself. College takes that and adds homework, social challenges, and responsibility to eat and take care of yourself in a new way. It is totally normal to feel anxious, overwhelmed, and stressed. We offer workshops on campus to help you adapt to new circumstances and develop new skills that may benefit your experience here and in your future.
Check out the Anxiety and Stress Management workshop that will give you tips and strategies to battle anxiety and stress.
Center Stage | Bryan Terrell Clark
February 14th, Broadway Performer Bryan Terrell Clark will be performing at 7:30pm!
Center Stage will bring various performances and acts to BYU-Idaho every semester for students to enjoy at low prices. Plan on attending some events when you join us in the Spring!
06-Did You Know?
Rise to the Call
In President and Sister Gilbert’s first Devotional as President of the University, he said, “Sister Gilbert and I would like to invite each of you to rise to the call in your own personal ways and then to share with others how you will rise to the call in your life.”
President Gilbert continued, “Rise up and accept the call the Lord has for you, and seek for His power in magnifying your assignments.”
To watch more from this Devotional, click here.