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BYU-Idaho Fall Semester 2020 Registration
[2020/07/07 @ 2:00 PM]

With the anticipated approach of Fall Semester 2020, BYU-Idaho is coordinating a safe return to campus and continued delivery of high-quality, flexible education. University faculty and administrators have organized several course delivery options in order to better protect the health of students and employees and to meet the academic needs of all students wherever they […]

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Protective Face Coverings and Safety Precautions at BYU-Idaho
[2020/06/26 @ 4:29 PM]

BYU-Idaho’s return to on-campus work and study will occur in a gradual manner as we continue to conservatively follow national and local policies and guidelines. If students and employees receive approval to be on campus, they should be prepared to provide their own protective face covering or mask and wear it inside all campus buildings. […]

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Stage Four Protocols and BYU-Idaho
[2020/06/22 @ 1:43 PM]

On June 10, Governor Brad Little announced the beginning of Stage Four protocols for Idaho to reopen. Stage Four is expected to take place over a two-week period (June 13–June 26). He also re-emphasized the associated Stay Healthy Guidelines. In order to advance to each stage, all state-identified criteria must be met. The governor noted that the state narrowly met the required criteria necessary to enter […]

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Considerations for Fall Semester 2020
[2020/06/17 @ 11:44 AM]

BYU-Idaho is carefully monitoring COVID-19 and planning to potentially open campus this fall semester. While an official decision has not been made, the university is working to make the following course-delivery options available. Each option satisfies state, federal, and Church guidelines—with emphasis on health, sanitation, and safe practices. Face-to-Face: offerings of in-person classroom gatherings each week […]

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Remote Commencement Service Announced for Spring Semester 2020
[2020/06/11 @ 3:44 PM]

BYU-Idaho invites you to participate in a special, online commencement service recognizing and celebrating our Spring Semester 2020 graduates. The service will be broadcast remotely from the BYU-Idaho Center on Wednesday, July 22, at 7:00 p.m. (MDT). A link to the broadcast will be published on the university’s homepage and more details will be shared […]

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Stage Three Protocols and BYU-Idaho
[2020/06/08 @ 2:32 PM]

On May 28, Governor Brad Little announced the beginning of Stage Three protocols for Idaho to reopen. He also issued an associated Stay Healthy Order . Stage Three is expected to take place over a two-week period (May 30–June 12). In order to advance to each stage, all state-identified criteria must be met. As conditions associated with COVID-19 are fluid, a return […]

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YSA Wards and Stakes to Resume Limited Campus Use
[2020/06/01 @ 6:57 PM]

Beginning Tuesday, June 2, YSA wards and stakes have limited approval to resume the use of campus rooms and offices for interviews and leadership meetings. However, this approval is only for individual and small group ecclesiastical needs. Decisions about sacrament meetings and other Sunday gatherings have not been made, but planning is active and under […]

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Stage Two Protocols and BYU-Idaho
[2020/05/20 @ 6:50 PM]

On May 14, Governor Brad Little announced the state’s readiness to begin Stage Two protocols for Idaho to reopen. Stage Two is expected to take place over a two-week period (May 16 – May 29). In order to advance to the next stage, all state-identified criteria must be met. Here is what the Stage Two protocol means for BYU-Idaho students and employees in […]

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Fall 2020 Semester Update
[2020/05/19 @ 7:33 PM]

BYU-Idaho hopes to have final decisions about Fall Semester 2020 by July BYU-Idaho is considering a number of options for Fall Semester 2020 campus course instruction. Ideally, the university would like all campus students, faculty, and staff to be learning together at BYU-Idaho. The university’s first priority is the health and safety of the members […]

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BYU–Idaho Shares Plan to Assist Students in Need
[2020/05/18 @ 7:18 PM]

The University Decides Not to Accept CARES Act Funding Beginning in March 2020, Brigham Young University–Idaho started helping students affected by COVID-19 through the distribution of need-based aid. Our intent is to help students who demonstrate need on an individual basis. Students received this message, which is an invitation to contact the Student Financial Aid Office. […]

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