Students register for classes on a semester or term basis. This section will give you the information you need to prepare for and complete your registration.
In addition to the academic calendar, you should be aware of specific dates and deadlines concerning registration. It is your responsibility to make sure you act within all deadlines.
Having trouble registering? You might have a hold. Find out what the issue is and how it can be resolved.
MyMAP is where you register for classes. It is a tool to help you create a plan for graduation by planning, organizing, and registering for classes. Learn how to use MyMAP by browsing some tutorials. You can also link directly to MyMAP from here.
Attending BYU during Spring-Summer has some great advantages!
- Smaller class sizes
- More on-campus job openings
- Scholarship opportunities
- Fun summer outdoor activities in Provo
Sometimes life happens, and you need to drop a class or even all of them. You have options, but you must be aware of important deadlines.
We can help you if you need to request an exception to add or withdraw from a class(es) after the deadline. If you are accepted as an Evening School or Salt Lake Center student, you must petition for an exception to policy in those respective offices.
Brigham Young University does not publish a print-copy of the class schedule. However, detailed information pertaining to a class is available online via a searchable class schedule. The class schedule is also available from MyBYU. The detailed course information available from the class schedule makes it a valuable tool...
To defer means that you postpone registering for classes for a period of time. There are two types of deferments available to BYU Students: Leave of Absence and LDS Mission Deferment.
Leave of Absence
A leave of absence is when a day continuing student does not register for courses for one major semester (fall...