01 - New Student Information
HEALTH INSURANCE / TB TEST
Every student attending BYU-I is required to have health insurance. If you use your own health care or a parents, submit a Student Health Plan Waiver. If you don’t have your own, you will be enrolled in the BYU-I Health Plan. All students will be prompted to complete the Tuberculosis (TB) screening questionnaire. Look here for the TB test requirements to see if you will need one.
PREPARE TO REGISTER - NOVEMBER 5TH
Be sure to make appointments with your Academic Adviser to create your Grad Plan. Also be sure to send in your transcripts as soon possible to know which credits will transfer. While you wait for your credits to transfer, you can use the Course Transfer Tool to get an idea of the classes that transfer. Make sure to clear all of your holds before registering! Check General-Ed requirements here.
02 - University Culture
If you want to serve your fellow students, you can do so by ushering for Devotional, every Tuesday 10:10am-12:10pm. It’s a great opportunity to build friendships while serving those around you. Check out the Get Involved page for Devotional ushering here.
Harriman State Park is a great place to get out into nature. With hiking trails, camping, horseback riding, fishing and skiing, there are plenty of parks to explore less than a hour from Rexburg!
03 - Events
04 - Physical Activities
Come experience the underworld as we explore local caves and crevices. Not far from Rexburg are numerous opportunities to see extinct lava tubes. We will provide headlamps, helmets & transportation.
05 - Social Activities
06 - What Current Student Wish They Knew Earlier
07 - Inspirational Message
PREPARING TO LEAD
We invite you to view President and Sister Eyring’s spring 2018 devotional address entitled “Preparing to Lead”. Their remarks can help you make the most of your educational opportunities at BYU-Idaho.
What is it?
Each week a New Student Update will be posted that will help you prepare for your BYU-Idaho experience.