New Student Information
“The CES Honor Code exists to educate students in an atmosphere consistent with the ideals and principles of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. As a condition of admission, students and employees of BYU-Idaho are expected to live by the Honor Code standards approved by the Board of Trustees ‘at all times... and in all places’ (Mosiah 18:9). Individuals who are not members of the Church are also expected to maintain the same standards of honor, integrity, morality, and consideration of others.”
- the Student Honor Office website.
Financial Aid If Changing Your Major
For financial aid purposes, you must submit any program (major) changes to your academic advisor two weeks before the beginning of the semester. If you change your program after this period, your new program may not take effect until the following semester and could result in a loss of federal financial aid for the current semester. Only program applicable courses are eligible for federal financial aid. To change your academic program, contact the Academic Advising Center.
If you would like, you can merge your BYU-I email to your primary email account.
A lot of important information about classes, University updates, internship information, and career opportunities will come via email so get in the habit of checking your email regularly now (if you haven't already).
Additional Info | Campus Recreation
Have you checked out the "Additional Info" tab at the top of this page? Under this tab you will find sections with other useful information about campus and the many activities you can look forward to during your time here at BYU-Idaho.
Check out the Campus Recreation section! There are a lot of sports to participate in! Find out what semesters your favorite sports are offered.
Did You Know?
A Tradition of Honor
President Eyring said this in a devotional,
“The standards of the Honor Code are designed for our protection and ultimate triumph over our spiritual adversary. As we faithfully apply those standards in our lives, we gain power to recognize and transcend the clever temptations that might put us on a subtle downward path.”
Watch the full address here:
What is it?
Each week a New Student Update will be posted that will help you prepare for your BYU-Idaho experience.
See the "Additional Info" tab for more information about:
-Attractions Around Rexburg
-How to Emotionally Prepare
-Events & Activities (on campus)