New Student Update #13
New Student Information
I-Learn is where you will be able to access your course information, assignments, and grades. Students can log in to I-Learn the week before the semester starts. Teachers normally make their classes available the weekend before, so make sure to check I-Learn even before classes start to see if prep assignments are due the first day! Students who need additional help can click on the Help menu within I-Learn Canvas or call BYU-Idaho at (208) 496-1411.
Get Discounted Event Tickets
Register your I-Number now to get student event tickets. Below are directions on how to activate your account to receive discounted prices.
1. Click “Student and Employee Tickets” on left side of the page.
2. Click “Register” in the middle of the screen.
3. Enter I-Number and click “Activate”.
4. Fill out all required information and create a password.
5. Click “Save”. You will then be redirected to the home page to select an event.
There is no required meal plan for students at BYU-Idaho, but there are some options if that is something you are interested in! You can use "Dining Dollars", or prepaid food dollars, that are added to your I-Card. Dining dollars are usable at all Food Service venues. They are convenient and fast, and roll over from semester to semester. Find more about prices and plans here:
Did you know?
Heber J Grant Mentoring
The Heber J. Grant mentor program is an opportunity for students to meet regularly, one-on-one, with a peer mentor. Their mentor will act as a life coach that assists students in setting and achieving goals to succeed in college and beyond, a guide to campus resources, and a friend.
The Learning Model was created to deepen the learning experiences of students at BYU-Idaho. The Learning Model enables students to take greater responsibility for their own learning and for teaching one another. The model is structured around three steps: Prepare, Teach One Another, and Ponder/Prove.
One of the benefits of attending BYU-Idaho is the freedom we have to talk about our religion. We start every class with a prayer and will often use scriptural examples to convey concepts.
Prayer is direct communication to our Heavenly Father. It is a time we can talk to Him about our worries, our fears, our excitements, and our goals. Have you considered prayer as a preparatory tool for college? Prayer can help give you confidence for your first semester. It can give you comfort and guidance.
Always be sure to include your Heavenly Father in your studies. You will not believe the difference it makes to experience this with Him.
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