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Catalog 2014 – 2015
Catalog 2014 – 2015

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Brigham Young University–Idaho 2014-2015

BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY–IDAHO Catalog 2014-2015 Brigham Young University–Idaho Rexburg, Idaho 83460 (208)
BRIGHAM YOUNG
UNIVERSITY–IDAHO
Catalog 2014-2015
Brigham Young University–Idaho
Rexburg, Idaho 83460
(208) 496-1141
www.byui.edu
Brigham Young University-Idaho Catalog
The University makes every effort to ensure the accuracy
of the contents of this catalog but reserves the right to
make changes at any time without prior notice.
Volume 78, Number 1
May 2014
Printed by
BYU–Idaho University Press

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Brigham Young University–Idaho 2014-2015

Brigham Young University–Idaho 2014-2015 Welcome to Brigham Young University-Idaho. My wife, Sue, and I love this

Welcome to Brigham Young University-Idaho. My wife, Sue, and I love this school and the wonderful young people who come here. As you begin your studies, let me share with you two points of counsel regarding your time at BYU-Idaho.

First, take advantage of opportunities to develop as a disciple of Jesus Christ. You can enhance your discipleship by obeying the Honor Code, attending weekly devotionals, and being active in your campus ward. These experiences will enrich your life, provide you with valuable knowledge, and prepare you to serve, love, and lift others.

Second, become immersed in learning. You will soon become familiar with the BYU-Idaho Learning Model. It emphasizes individual preparation, collaborative and reflective learning opportunities, and reliance on the guidance of the Holy Ghost by both instructors and learners. As you engage in active teaching and experiential learning, you will become further prepared to be a capable leader in your family, the Church, the workplace, and the community where you live.

I invite you to embrace all that BYU-Idaho has to offer. You will be rewarded now and far into the future. May the Lord bless you with happiness and success in your endeavors.

Again, welcome to campus.

Warm regards,

in your endeavors. Again, welcome to campus. Warm regards, Kim B. Clark President, Brigham Young University-Idaho

Kim B. Clark President, Brigham Young University-Idaho

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Table of Contents

Brigham Young University–Idaho 2014-2015

Accreditation

20

ACADEMIC PROGRAMS

Lifelong Learning

7

Academic Support Center

77

Maps

12

Accounting 80

Majors

20

Animal and Food Science 84 Applied Plant Science 92

Minors 26

Mission Statement

6

Art

104

University Outcomes

19

Automotive

123

GENERAL INFORMATION Academic Freedom Administration 8

451

5

Biology 129

Business Management 145 Chemistry 159 Civil Engineering 165 Communication 168

Board of Trustees Academic Calendar Certificates Colleges and Departments Concentrations

13

29

Computer Information Technology

180

11

Computer Science and Engineering

186

25

Dance 198

Correspondence Directory 10

Design and Construction Management

207

Clusters

27

Economics 215

Emeriti

468

English

223

Faculty 452

Family History Research

231

Foundations Requirements Graduation

31

Geography 235 Geology 238

18

Index 476

Health, Recreation and Human Performance

246

Nondiscrimination Statement 5 Religion Requirements 38

History 272

Home and Family Humanities and Philosophy

279

Terminology ACADEMIC POLICIES

17

291

Interdisciplinary Studies 296

Confidentiality of Student Records (FERPA) 42

Languages and International Studies Library Mathematics

318

Credits and Grades Policies

45

333

40

334

Standards 43 Transfers 49 UNIVERSITY STANDARDS

Mechanical Engineering 342

Military Science

349

Music

352

Dress and Grooming Standards 57

Nursing

380

Off-Campus Apartment Approval/Facilities Personal Honor Student Wards and Stakes ADMISSIONS and FINANCIAL POLICIES Application Procedures/Deadlines Financial Policies and Information General Admission Policies International Students Tuition, Fees, and Expenses SUPPORT SERVICES Academic Discovery Center Academic Support Center

69

Philosophy and Humanities

291

54

Physics 387

57

Political Science

401

Psychology

406

59

Religious Education

412

62

Sociology and Social Work Teacher Education

415

59

421

59

Theatre 434

61

Web Design and Development 443

Welding

448

74

 

72

Activities 75

Counseling Center 70

Disability Services Housing Library Scholarships and Awards Student Employment Student Financial Aid

69

68

69

67

68

66

Student Health Care Services 70 Testing Center 71

University Store

69

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Nondiscrimination/Academic Freedom

Brigham Young University–Idaho 2014-2015

Statement of Nondiscrimination

BYU-Idaho considers non-discrimination to be fundamental to its mission, goals, and objectives. BYU-Idaho recognizes that its’ future success is, in part, dependent upon its ability to successfully accommodate the increasingly diverse nature of the student body and employees, which diver- sity is promoted by the worldwide growth of its sponsoring Church. The University is committed not to unlawfully discriminate in the adminis- tration of its’ educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, employment and other school-administered programs on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, age, sex, veteran status, genetic information, or disability for all individuals who meet university and department academic requirements and agree to abide by the university’s standards of conduct and behavior. The university does exercise the “religious” exemption in admissions as granted in Title IX of the Education Amendments, 20 U.S.C. 1681 (a)(3) and in hiring employees as granted in 41 CFR 60-1.5(a)(5).

Any person who believes he or she has encountered discrimination should contact the following:

Students:

Dean of Students Office, located in 290 Kimball, or call 496-9200

Faculty:

Academic Office, located in 210 Kimball, or call 496-1135

Staff:

Human Resources Office, located in 226 Kimball, or call 496-1700

Academic Freedom

Brigham Young University—Idaho (BYU-Idaho) is sponsored by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. BYU-Idaho invites faculty and students to pursue secular knowledge in a climate of religious belief. This model consciously embraces all truth, regardless of its source.

Individual freedom lies at the core of both religious and academic life and is based not only on a belief in the value of free inquiry, but also on the

gospel principle that humans are moral agents.

well as by the mind, and through continuing revelation as well as in the written word of God.

Individuals should seek knowledge in the sacred as well as in the secular, by the heart and spirit as

The faculty and students are entrusted with individual academic freedom and are encouraged to pursue truth according to the theories, methodologies, and practices that characterize scholarship in the various disciplines. This trust encompasses the freedom to explore a variety of ideas.

The Board of Trustees and the academic leadership of BYU-Idaho expect faculty members to protect the fundamental interests and the doctrines of the Church, the individual faith of Church members, and the mission of the University at all times. Faculty members are free to discuss and analyze Church doctrine and policy. However, faculty members should not engage in expression privately or in public that knowingly contradicts or opposes Church doctrine and policy. Faculty members should not deliberately attack or deride the Church, the University, their leaders, or the principles of the Honor Code.

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Mission Statement

Brigham Young University–Idaho 2014-2015

Mission Statement Brigham Young University–Idaho 2014-2015 6 Mission Statement Brigham Young University–Idaho is

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Mission Statement

Brigham Young University–Idaho is affiliated with The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

Its mission is to:

1. Build testimonies of the restored gospel of Jesus Christ and encour- age living its principles.

2. Provide a quality education for students of diverse interests and abilities.

3. Prepare students for lifelong learning, for employment, and for their roles as citizens and parents.

4. Maintain a wholesome academic, cultural, social and spiritual environment.

Lifelong Learning

Brigham Young University–Idaho 2014-2015

LIFELONG LEARNING

Brigham Young University-Idaho prepares students for lifelong learning, for employment, and for their roles as citizens and parents. Innovative educational concepts help prepare graduates to contribute significantly to the Church, the community, and the workplace.

At BYU-Idaho:

• A year-round track system allows more students to attend.

• Internships enhance marketability.

• The Student Activities Program provides students with opportunities to lead and serve.

• The Learning Model fosters faith-building learning.

• The Foundations Program offers a focused and complete approach to learning.

• Students are trained to be leaders.

• Students develop a life of honor.

• The “Spirit of Ricks” is preserved and enhanced.

A year-round track system allows more students to attend

BYU-Idaho operates on an expanded year-round basis to allow more students the opportunity to attend. This creative academic calendar revolves around a three-track system: Spring/Fall, Fall/Winter, and Winter/Spring. Qualified students are admitted to one of the three tracks and they stay on the same track through graduation. Year- round options are available as students enter their upper coursework.

Internships enhance marketability

BYU-Idaho is one of the largest intern-producing universities in the nation. An academic internship is a cooperative program between the student, the university, and approved experience providers (employ- ers). Internships enable students to obtain practical and valuable work experience, to apply skills and knowledge learned in school, and to gain exposure to various job opportunities. In most cases, an internship is a required element for both associate and bachelor degree-seeking students.

The Student Activities Program allows students to lead and serve

BYU-Idaho Student Activities Program meets the needs and interests of a broad and diverse student body. An array of year-round activities is offered in the areas of Outdoor, Social, Service, Talent, Fitness, and Sports. Each area is structured to give students numerous opportunities for active involvement at various levels of interest and commitment. Our innovative programs help students develop character and enhance leadership skills. Within Activities, students are participants not just spectators.

The Learning Model fosters faith-building learning

At BYU-Idaho, everyone is a learner and a teacher. Designed to deepen the learning experience of students, the Learning Model helps create a greater responsibility for students to learn and teach one another. It is an inspired learning process and builds on the understanding that all learners and teachers are at different levels in their individual progress. It encourages learners and teachers to prepare, teach one another, and then ponder and prove.

The Learning Model teaches learners and teachers to 1) exercise faith in the Lord Jesus Christ as a principle of action and power; 2) understand that true teaching is done by and with the Holy Ghost; 3) lay hold upon the word of God—as found in the holy scriptures and in the words of the prophets—in all disciplines; 4) act for them- selves and accept responsibility for learning and teaching; and 5) love, serve, and teach one another.

Foundations offers a focused and complete approach to learning

BYU-Idaho is home to the Foundations program. This unique ap- proach to general education courses is aimed at raising the quality of every student’s experience at BYU-Idaho.

In the previous general education program, students had a longer and more diverse list of classes to choose from, creating a significantly different experience for each student. Foundations has purposefully limited the number of class options, ensuring that all students will have similar experiences and receive a more focused educational experience.

Students are trained to be leaders

While most universities are research-focused and faculty-centered, BYU-Idaho is teaching-focused and student-centered. Through hands-on student employment and leadership opportunities, thou- sands of students every year are given practical opportunities to build skills that will help them become disciples of Christ and leaders in the workforce.

President Kim B. Clark said, “We engage our students in active lead- ership with meaningful responsibility across the university. They are required to lead, direct, and move things forward in managing many of our programs and activities.”

Students develop a life of honor

The heart of BYU-Idaho is Personal Honor. This means all stu- dents live by the BYU-Idaho Code of Honor, dress and grooming standards, and specific housing guidelines. Obedience and faith are the core of Personal Honor as each student strives to raise his or her personal bar of righteousness.

BYU-Idaho holds a weekly devotional and students attend weekly worship services and other church activities—all bringing students together to be taught by the Spirit. Through unity, sacrifice, and love, students become better leaders in their homes, in the Church, and in the world around them.

The “Spirit of Ricks” is preserved and enhanced

While looking to the future, we work to preserve and enhance the “Spirit of Ricks.” Simply stated, this entails upholding a tradition of service, hard work, friendliness, and compassion—the same conven- tion that bonded the students, faculty, and administration for more than 100 years as Ricks College.

President Kim B. Clark said, “Our mission, our very purpose, is to educate, develop, and prepare disciples of the Lord Jesus Christ. This purpose is deeply rooted in this university. The Lord watches over this university in a very powerful way. Our purpose is to help [students] become His true followers, His true disciples, a light to the world.”

For more information, contact BYU-Idaho at (208) 496-1411, or visit www.byui.edu.

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Administration

Administration

Brigham Young University–Idaho 2014-2015

Kim B. Clark Fenton L. Broadhead Henry J. Eyring Charles N. Andersen Kevin T. Miyasaki

President Academic Vice President Advancement Vice President University Resources Vice President Student Services and Activities Vice President

Betty A. Oldham

Special Assistant to the President for Strategy and Planning

Academics

Fenton L. Broadhead Kelly Burgener Ralph Kern Ric Page Edwin Sexton Scott Bergstrom Van Christman Kirk Gifford Steven Dennis Scott Galer Kevin Brower Eric Karl Jon Linford

Academic Vice President Associate Academic Vice President - Instruction Associate Academic Vice President - Student Connections Associate Academic Vice President - Support Services Associate Academic Vice President - Curriculum and Online Institutional Research and Assessment Director Dean, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences Dean, College of Business and Communication Dean, College of Education and Human Development Dean, College of Language and Letters Dean, College of Performing and Visual Arts Dean, College of Physical Sciences and Engineering Dean, College of Foundations and Interdisciplinary Studies

Sid Palmer

Dean, College of Faculty Development and Mentored Research

Advancement

Henry J. Eyring Merv Brown Steve Davis Christopher Moore

Advancement Vice President University Relations Managing Director Alumni Director LDS Philanthropies Director

J.D. Griffith

Pathway Managing Director

Student Services and Activities

Kevin T. Miyasaki Kip Harris Allen Jones Rob Garrett Kyle Martin Aaron Sanns Tyler Williams Wynn Hill Troy Dougherty Kristie Lords Shaun Orr Reed Stoddard Red Taylor Derek Fay Justin Garner Layne Kinghorn

University Resources

Charles N. Andersen Kevin Price Kevin Allred Larry Rigby Joe Taylor Wayne Clark Garth Gunderson Rulon Nielsen Eric Conrad Doug Mason Judy Steiner Todd Huchendorf Shane Webster Darin Lee

Student Services and Activities Vice President Dean of Students Student Support Director Enrollment Services Managing Director Registrar Student Financial Aid and Scholarship Director Admissions Director Student Well-Being Managing Director Student Living and Housing Director Student Honor Office Director Student Health Services Director Student Counseling Center Director Disability Services Student Activities Managing Director Activities Director Activities Director

University Resources Vice President Human Resources Director Internal Audit Director Budget Officer Chief Information Officer University Operations Managing Director University Security and Safety Director Facilities Planning and Construction Director University Services Managing Director University Store Director Event Management Director Food Services Director Financial Services Managing Director Purchasing and Travel Director

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College Deans, Associate Deans, and Department Chairs

Brigham Young University–Idaho 2014-2015

COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE AND LIFE SCIENCES

VAN CHRISTMAN, Dean Kathleen Barnhill, Associate Dean Steven Christenson, Associate Dean

Animal and Food Science

Jim Lamb, Chair

Applied Plant Science

Ben Romney, Chair

Biology

John Zenger, Chair

Health, Recreation, and Human Performance

Steve Kimpel, Chair

Nursing

Sara Hawkins, Chair

COLLEGE OF BUSINESS AND COMMUNICATION

KIRK GIFFORD, Dean Keith Patterson, Associate Dean Rick Hirschi, Associate Dean

Accounting

Darryl Foutz, Chair

Business Management

Kimball Galbraith, Chair

Communication

Mike Cannon, Chair

Computer Information Technology

Steve Rigby, Chair

Economics

Allan Walburger, Chair

COLLEGE OF EDUCATION AND HUMAN DEVELOPMENT

STEVE DENNIS, Dean Richard Cluff, Associate Dean Michael Abel, Associate Dean

Home and Family

Scott Gardner, Chair

Psychology

Eric Gee, Chair

Religious Education

Dale Sturm, Chair

Sociology and Social Work

Nathan Meeker, Chair

Teacher Education

Kevin Stanger, Chair

COLLEGE OF LANGUAGE AND LETTERS

SCOTT GALER, Dean Dan Pearce, Associate Dean Duane Adamson, Associate Dean

English

Darin Merrill, Chair

History, Geography, and Political Science

Shawn Johansen, Chair

Humanities and Philosophy

Christopher Williams, Chair

Languages and International Studies

Kirk Widdison, Chair

COLLEGE OF PERFORMING AND VISUAL ARTS

KEVIN BROWER, Dean Brian Memmott, Associate Dean Richard Clifford, Associate Dean

Art

Darren Clark, Chair

Music

Diane Soelberg, Chair

Theatre and Dance

Gary Larsen, Chair

COLLEGE OF PHYSICAL SCIENCES AND ENGINEERING

ERIC KARL, Dean Mark Lovell, Associate Dean Larry Chilton, Associate Dean

Chemistry

Les Manner, Chair

Computer Science and Electrical Engineering

Richard Grimmett, Chair

Design and Construction Management

Reed Nielsen, Chair

Geology

Julie Willis, Chair

Mathematics

Jackie Nygaard, Chair

Mechanical Engineering

Greg Roach, Chair

Physics

Stephen McNeil, Chair

COLLEGE OF FOUNDATIONS AND INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES

JON LINFORD, Dean Craig Johnson, Associate Dean Marc Skinner, Associate Dean

COLLEGE OF FACULTY DEVELOPMENT AND MENTORED RESEARCH

SID PALMER, Dean Dan Moore, Associate Dean

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Directory

Brigham Young University–Idaho 2014-2015

DIRECTORY/INFORMATION (208) 496-1411 BYU–IDAHO 525 SOUTH CENTER STREET REXBURG, ID 83460

 

Information Technology Insurance (Student) International Services Internship Services

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1635

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Interpreting & Captioning Serv. 496-4292

4525

OFFICE Academic Administration Academic Discovery Center Academic Support Academic Technology Services Activities Administrative Services Admissions Alumni Relations ASK BYUI Audio Visual Badger Creek Ranch Beehive Credit Union Bookstore (University Store) Bowling Center Bursars Office Campus Security Career Services Cashier’s Office Catering Classroom Technology Competetive Sports Issue Computer Help Desk Continuing Education Counseling Center Dean of Students Disability Services for Students Employment (Admin/Staff) Employment (Student) Enrollment Services Event Management Event Services Executive Offices Express Print & Copy Facilities Management Facilities Planning & Const. Family History Center Farm Shop Field Service Office Financial Aid and Scholarships Financial Services Fitness Center Food Services Graphic Service Hart Building Hart Equipment Room Health Center Help Desk (Technology) Housing & Student Living Human Resources I-Card Office ICOMM Student Media Information Desk

PHONE

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4+ZIP

KBYI\KBYR Kimball Information Desk LDS Philanthropies Library Information Desk Livestock Center Locker Rooms Mens Womens Lost & Found Mail Services Manwaring Center Info Desk Math Study Center Online Student Support Center Outdoor Resource Center Parking Service Payroll Performance Tours Pharmacy Philanthropies Photo Services Preschool Print & Copy Services Purchasing & Travel Reading Center Recycling Registrar’s Risk Management ROTC Scheduling Class Rooms Academic Courses Facilities Scholarships Scroll (University Newspaper) Security and Safety Service Center Facilities Soap Box Sprint Kiosk (Bookstore) Stores and Receiving Student Accounts Student Activities Student Employment Student Honor Office

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Student Representative Council Student Support Student Well-Being Study Skills Center Swimming Pool Surplus Sales Telecommunication Testing Center Ticket Office

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Transcripts

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1640

COLLEGES Agriculture & Life Sciences Business & Communication Education & Human Dvlpmnt Language & Letters Performing & Visual Arts

 

Travel

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Tutoring Center

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Physical Sciences & Engineering 496-7501 Foundations & Interdsciplinary

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Studies

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DEPARTMENTS Academic Support Centers Accounting Animal & Food Science Applied Plant Science Art Automotive Technology Biology Business Management Chemistry Communication Computer Information Tech. Computer Science & Engr Design & Construction Mgmt Dance Economics English Geography Geology Health, Recreation, & Human Performance History Home & Family Human Relations Humanities & Philosophy Languages & Intl Studies Mathematics Mechanical Engineering Music Nursing Physics Political Science Psychology Religious Education Sociology & Social Work

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Teacher Education Theatre

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Campus Map

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Fall Semester Schedule 2014

Brigham Young University–Idaho 2014-2015

Fall 2014 Academic Deadlines

FULL SEMESTER CLASS DEADLINES

Sept 12 Move-in Day Sept 12-13 Get Connected Sept 15 Classes begin

Nov 10

Withdrawal Deadline - Last day to withdraw from individual Full Semester classes and receive a “W” grade and not the grade earned

Sept 15 PAYMENT DEADLINES - Full Semester

Nov 17

December 2014 gradua on applica on deadline. Students must

Tui on, Fees and Health Plan

apply by this date for their name to be printed in the ocial

Sept 21 Last day to Add to a Full Semester & First Block Wai ng List

 

program and to be eligible for honors considera on.

Sept 22 Late charge of 5% on unpaid balance - Full Semester Sept 22 REGISTRATION DEADLINES - Full Semester

Nov 26 Non-Teaching Day - No Classes Nov 27-28 Thanksgiving Holiday - No Classes

 

Last day to register or add classes

Dec 2

Discon nuance Deadline - Student Enrolled in only Full-

Last day to drop classes and get a 100% tui on refund Sept 22 STUDENT HEALTH PLAN DEADLINES - Full Semester

Semester classes, last day to withdraw completely from all classes and receive “W” grades and not the grades earned

 

• Enrollment of dependents for new students

Dec 2

Deferment deadline for Fall Semester

• Waiver of Health Plan for students

Dec 17

Last day of classes

Sept 24 Last day to return books with receipt to University Store for full

Dec 18-19 Tes ng Days

credit

Dec 19

Gradua on Commencement & Convoca ons

Oct 7

Drop Deadline - Last day to drop Full Semester classes without

Dec 19

Fall Semester ocially ends

receiving a “W” grade on the transcript

Dec 24

Fall Semester grades due by 12:00 noon by the Faculty

Oct 7

Last day to change from credit to audit for Full Semester classes

Dec 25

Fall Semester grades available to students online at my.byui.edu

Oct 7

FINANCIAL AID DETERMINATION DATE

 

Nov 8

Last day to withdraw completely from Full Semester Classes and receive a pro-rated tui on refund

Sept 12 Move-in Day Sept 12-13 Get Connected Sept 15 Classes begin

Sept 15 PAYMENT DEADLINES - First Block

FIRST BLOCK CLASS DEADLINES

Sept 30 Drop Deadline - Last day to drop First Block classes without receiving a “W” grade on the transcript Sept 30 Last day to change from credit to audit for First Block classes Sept 30 FINANCIAL AID DETERMINATION DATE

Tui on, Fees and Health Plan

Oct 11

Last day to withdraw completely from First Block Classes and

Sept 21 Last day to Add to a First Block Wai ng List

receive a pro-rated tui on refund

Sept 22 Late charge of 5% on unpaid balance - First Block Sept 22 REGISTRATION DEADLINES - First Block

Oct 13

Withdrawal Deadline - Last day to withdraw from individual First Block classes and receive a “W” grade and not the grade earned

Last day to register or add classes

Oct 21

Discon nuance Deadline - Students enrolled only in First Block

Last day to drop classes and get a 100% tui on refund Sept 22 STUDENT HEALTH PLAN DEADLINES - First Block

classes, last day to withdraw from all classes and receive “W” grades and not the grades earned

• Enrollment of dependents for new students

Oct 29

Last day of First Block classes

• Waiver of Health Plan for students

Nov 5

First Block grades due by 12:00 noon by the faculty

Sept 24 First Block students’ last day to return books with receipt to University Store for full credit

Nov 6

First Block grades available to students online at my.byui.edu

SECOND BLOCK CLASS DEADLINES

Oct 29

Move-in Day

Nov 17

December 2014 gradua on applica on deadline. Students must

Oct 30

Second Block Classes Begin

apply by this date for their name to be printed in the ocial

Oct 30

PAYMENT DEADLINES - Second Block

program and to be eligible for honors considera on.

Tui on, Fees and Health Plan

Nov 25

Withdrawal Deadline - Last day to withdraw from individual

Nov 5

Last day to Add to a Second Block Wai ng List

Second Block classes and receive a “W” grade and not the grade

Nov 6

Late charge of 5% on unpaid balance - Second Block

earned

Nov 6

REGISTRATION DEADLINES - Second Block

Nov 25

Last day to withdraw completely from Second Block Classes and

Last day to register or add classes

receive a pro-rated tui on refund

Last day to drop classes and get a 100% tui on refund

Nov 26 Non-Teaching Day - No Classes

Nov 6

STUDENT HEALTH PLAN DEADLINES - Second Block

Nov 27-28 Thanksgiving Holiday - No Classes

• Enrollment of dependents for new students

Dec 5

Discon nuance Deadline - For students enrolled only in Second

• Waiver of Health Plan for students

Block classes, last day to withdraw from all classes and receive

Nov 7

Second Block students’ last day to return books with receipt to

“W” grades and not the grades earned

University Store for full credit

Dec 17

Last day of classes

Nov 14

Drop Deadline - Last day to drop Second Block classes without

Dec 18-19 Tes ng Days

receiving a “W” grade on the transcript

Dec 19

Gradua on Commencement & Convoca ons

Nov 14

Last day to change from credit to audit for Second Block classes

Dec 19

Fall Semester ocially ends

Nov 14

FINANCIAL AID DETERMINATION DATE – Second Block

Dec 24

Fall Semester grades due by 12:00 noon by the Faculty

 

Dec 25

Fall Semester grades available to students online at my.byui.edu

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Winter Semester Schedule 2015

Brigham Young University–Idaho 2014-2015

Winter 2015 Academic Deadlines

FULL SEMESTER CLASS DEADLINES

Jan 2

Move-in Day

Feb 16

President’s Day - No Classes Withdrawal Deadline - Last day to withdraw from individual Full Semester classes and receive a “W” grade and not the grade earned Last day to withdraw completely from Full Semester Classes and

Jan 2-3

Get Connected

Mar 2

Jan 5

Classes begin

Jan 5

PAYMENT DEADLINES - Full Semester

Tui on, Fees and Health Plan

Mar 2

Jan 11

Last day to Add to a Full Semester & First Block Wai ng List Late charge of 5% on unpaid balance - Full Semester REGISTRATION DEADLINES - Full Semester

receive a pro-rated tui on refund April 2015 gradua on applica on deadline. Students must apply by this date for their name to be printed in the ocial program and to be eligible for honors considera on. Discon nuance (withdraw completely) deadline for all Full- Semester classes and receive “W” grades and not the grades earned Deferment deadline for Winter Semester Last day of classes

Jan 12

Mar 9

Jan 12

Last day to register or add classes

Jan 12

Last day to drop classes and get a 100% tui on refund STUDENT HEALTH PLAN DEADLINES - Full Semester

Mar 24

• Enrollment of dependents for new students

• Waiver of Health Plan for students

Mar 24

Jan 14

Last day to return books with receipt to University Store for full

Apr 8

credit Civil Rights Day - No Classes Drop Deadline - Last day to drop Full Semester classes without receiving a “W” grade on the transcript Last day to change from credit to audit for Full Semester classes FINANCIAL AID DETERMINATION DATE

Apr 9-10 Tes ng Days

Jan 19

Apr 10

Gradua on Commencement & Convoca ons Winter Semester ocially ends Winter Semester grades due by 12:00 noon by the Faculty

Jan 27

Apr 10

Apr 15

Jan 27

Apr 16

Winter Semester grades available to students online at my.byui.edu

Jan 27

 

FIRST BLOCK CLASS DEADLINES

Jan 2

Move-in Day

Jan 20

Drop Deadline - Last day to drop First Block classes without receiving a “W” grade on the transcript Last day to change from credit to audit for First Block classes FINANCIAL AID DETERMINATION DATE Last day to withdraw completely from First Block Classes and receive a pro-rated tui on refund Withdrawal Deadline - Last day to withdraw from individual First Block classes and receive a “W” grade and not the grade earned Discon nuance (withdraw completely) deadline for students enrolled only in First Block classes to withdraw from all First Block classes and receive “W” grades and not the grades earned President’s Day - No Classes Last day of First Block classes First Block grades due by 12:00 noon by the faculty First Block grades available to students online at my.byui.edu

Jan 2-3

Get Connected

Jan 5

Classes begin

Jan 20

Jan 5

PAYMENT DEADLINES- First Block

Jan 20

Tui on, Fees and Health Plan

Feb 1

Jan 11

Last day to Add to a First Block Wai ng List Late charge of 5% on unpaid balance - First Block REGISTRATION DEADLINES - First Block

Jan 12

Feb 2

Jan 12

Last day to register or add classes

Jan 12

Last day to drop classes and get a 100% tui on refund STUDENT HEALTH PLAN DEADLINES - First Block

Feb 10

• Enrollment of dependents for new students

• Waiver of Health Plan for students

Feb 16

Jan 14

First Block students’ last day to return books with receipt to University Store for full credit Civil Rights Day - No Classes

Feb 20

Feb 25

Jan 19

Feb 26

 

SECOND BLOCK CLASS DEADLINES

Feb 21

Move-In Day Second Block Classes Begin PAYMENT DEADLINES - Second Block

Mar 10

Last day to change from credit to audit for Second Block classes FINANCIAL AID DETERMINATION DATE – Second Block Last day to withdraw completely from Second Block Classes and receive a pro-rated tui on refund Withdrawal Deadline - Last day to withdraw from individual Second Block classes and receive a “W” grade and not the grade earned Discon nuance (withdraw completely) deadline for students enrolled only in Second Block classes to withdraw from all Second Block classes and receive “W” grades and not the grades earned Last day of classes

Feb 23

Mar 10

Feb 23

Mar 22

Tui on, Fees and Health Plan

Mar 1

Last day to Add to a Second Block Wai ng List Late charge of 5% on unpaid balance - Second Block REGISTRATION DEADLINES - Second Block

Mar 23

Mar 2

Mar 2

Last day to register or add classes

Mar 31

Mar 2

Last day to drop classes and get a 100% tui on refund STUDENT HEALTH PLAN DEADLINES - Second Block

• Enrollment of dependents for new students

• Waiver of Health Plan for students

Apr 8

Mar 2

Second Block students’ last day to return books with receipt to

Apr 9-10 Tes ng Days

University Store for full credit April 2015 gradua on applica on deadline Students must apply by this date for their name to be printed in the ocial program and to be eligible for honors considera on Drop Deadline - Last day to drop Second Block classes without receiving a “W” grade on the transcript

Apr 10

Gradua on Commencement & Convoca ons Winter Semester ocially ends Winter Semester grades due by 12:00 noon by the Faculty Winter Semester grades available to students online at my.byui.edu

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Spring Semester Schedule 2015

Brigham Young University–Idaho 2014-2015

Spring 2015 Academic Deadlines

FULL SEMESTER CLASS DEADLINES

Apr 17

Move-in Day

Jun 15

Withdrawal Deadline - Last day to withdraw from individual

Apr 17-18 Get Connected

Full Semester classes and receive a “W” grade and not the

Apr 20

Classes begin

grade earned

Apr 20

PAYMENT DEADLINES - Full Semester

Jun 16

Last day to withdraw completely from Full Semester Classes

Tui on, Fees and Health Plan

and receive a pro-rated tui on refund

Apr 26

Last day to Add to a Full Semester & First Block Wai ng List

Jun 22

July 2015 gradua on applica on deadline. Students must

Apr 27

Late charge of 5% on unpaid balance - Full Semester

apply by this date for their name to be printed in the ocial

Apr 27

REGISTRATION DEADLINES - Full Semester

program and to be eligible for honors considera on.

Last day to register or add classes

Jul 4

Independence Day Holiday - No Classes

Apr 27

Last day to drop classes and get a 100% tui on refund STUDENT HEALTH PLAN DEADLINES - Full Semester

Jul 7

Discon nuance (withdraw completely) deadline for all Full- Semester classes and receive “W” grades and not the grades

• Enrollment of dependents for new students

earned

• Waiver of Health Plan for students

Jul 7

Deferment deadline for Spring Semester

Apr 29

Last day to return books with receipt to University Store for

Jul 21

Last day of classes

full credit

receiving a “W” grade on the transcript

Jul 22-23 Tes ng Days

May 12 Drop Deadline - Last day to drop Full Semester classes without

Jul 23

Gradua on Commencement & Convoca ons

Jul 23

Spring Semester ocially ends

May 12 Last day to change from credit to audit for Full Semester

Jul 29

Spring Semester grades due by 12:00 noon by the Faculty

classes May 12 FINANCIAL AID DETERMINATION DATE May 25 Memorial Day - No Classes

Jul 30

Spring Semester grades available to students online at my.byui.edu

FIRST BLOCK CLASS DEADLINES

Apr 17

Move-in Day

May 5

Last day to change from credit to audit for First Block classes

Apr 17-18 Get Connected

May 5

FINANCIAL AID DETERMINATION DATE

Apr 20

Classes begin

May 16 Last day to withdraw completely from First Block Classes and

Apr 20

PAYMENT DEADLINES - First Block

receive a pro-rated tui on refund

Tui on, Fees and Health Plan

May 18 Withdrawal Deadline - Last day to withdraw from individual

Apr 26

Last day to Add to a First Block Wai ng List

First Block classes and receive a “W” grade and not the grade

Apr 27

Late charge of 5% on unpaid balance - First Block

earned

Apr 27

REGISTRATION DEADLINES - First Block

May 25 Memorial Day - No Classes

Last day to register or add classes

May 26 Discon nuance (withdraw completely) deadline for students

Apr 27

Last day to drop classes and get a 100% tui on refund STUDENT HEALTH PLAN DEADLINES - First Block

enrolled only in First Block classes to withdraw from all First Block classes and receive “W” grades and not the grades

• Enrollment of dependents for new students

earned

• Waiver of Health Plan for students

Jun 4

Last day of First Block classes

Apr 29

Last day to return books with receipt to University Store for

Jun 10

First Block grades due by 12:00 noon by the faculty

full credit

Jun 11

First Block grades available to students online at my.byui.edu

May 5

Drop Deadline - Last day to drop First Block classes without receiving a “W” grade on the transcript

 

SECOND BLOCK CLASS DEADLINES

Jun 4

Move-in Day

Jun 22

Last day to change from credit to audit for Second Block

Jun 5

Second Block Classes Begin

classes

Jun 5

PAYMENT DEADLINES - Second Block

Jun 22

FINANCIAL AID DETERMINATION DATE – Second Block

Tui on, Fees and Health Plan

Jul 1

Withdrawal Deadline - Last day to withdraw from individual

Jun 11

Last day to Add to a Second Block Wai ng List

Second Block classes and receive a “W” grade and not the grade

Jun 15

Late charge of 5% on unpaid balance - Second Block

earned

Jun 12

REGISTRATION DEADLINES - Second Block

Jul 3

Last day to withdraw completely from Second Block Classes and

Last day to register or add classes

receive a pro-rated tui on refund

Last day to drop classes and get a 100% tui on refund

Jul 4

Independence Day Holiday - No Classes

Jun 12

STUDENT HEALTH PLAN DEADLINES - Second Block

Jul 13

Discon nuance (withdraw completely) deadline for students

• Enrollment of dependents for new students

enrolled only in Second Block classes to withdraw from all

• Waiver of Health Plan for students

Second Block classes and receive “W” grades and not the grades

Jun 16

Second Block students’ last day to return books with receipt to

earned

University Store for full credit

Jul 21

Last day of classes

Jun 22

July 2015 gradua on applica on deadline. Students must apply

Jul 22-23 Tes ng Days

by this date for their name to be printed in the ocial program

Jul 23

Gradua on Commencement & Convoca ons

and to be eligible for honors considera on

Jul 23

Spring Semester ocially ends

Jun 24

Drop Deadline - Last day to drop Second Block classes without

Jul 29

Spring Semester grades due by 12:00 noon by the Faculty

receiving a “W” grade on the transcript

Jul 30

Spring Semester grades available to students online at my.byui.edu

April 2015

 

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