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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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Commencement Service for Winter Semester 2020 Graduates
[2020/05/14 @ 8:11 PM]

We are pleased to announce that BYU-Idaho will broadcast an online commencement service to celebrate and recognize our Winter Semester 2020 graduates. The service will be broadcast online Thursday, May 21, at 7:00 p.m. MDT. Links to the broadcast will be published to the BYU-Idaho homepage. While we are not able to have a physical […]

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Stage One Protocols and BYU-Idaho
[2020/05/04 @ 4:28 PM]

On April 30, Governor Brad Little announced the state’s readiness to begin Stage One protocols for Idaho to reopen. Stage One is expected to take place over a two-week period (May 1 – May 15). In order to advance to the next stage, all state-identified criteria must be met. Here is what the Stage One protocol means for BYU-Idaho students and employees in […]

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Spring Semester and the Amended Stay-Home Order
[2020/04/17 @ 6:14 PM]

Information on this page may now be outdated. Click here for the most current updates regarding the stay-at-home order and COVID-19. On April 15, Governor Brad Little announced an extension of the statewide stay–home order. You can find the full text of the order, answers to frequently asked questions, and other official guidance and resources on the state’s official coronavirus […]

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BYU-Idaho Financial Aid Assistance
[2020/04/16 @ 6:55 PM]

With the beginning of a new semester, BYU-Idaho invites students who may have unexpected financial need, to contact the Financial Aid Office at financialaid@byui.edu or by text/phone at (208) 496-1411. To ensure you are able to continue your education, options for assistance may include federal grants/loans, university need-based aid, or other emergency assistance in addition to […]

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Information Regarding Amended Stay-Home Order
[ @ 9:16 AM]

Information on this page may now be outdated. Click here for the most current updates regarding the stay-at-home order and COVID-19. Idaho Governor Brad Little recently announced a 15-day extension of the statewide stay-home order. The order will now be in effect until at least April 30 and remains subject to further extension. The extended […]

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Winter 2020 Grade Change Request Now Available
[ @ 9:14 AM]

Given the impacts of COVID-19 and with a great desire to help students succeed, BYU-Idaho is providing students with the following options for Winter Semester 2020 Full-Semester and Second Block courses: Keep your earned grade (as submitted by your instructor) Request a pass grade (for earned grades of C- or higher) Request a late withdrawal […]

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A Letter from the President to Graduates
[2020/04/14 @ 1:57 PM]

Dear BYU-Idaho Graduate: On behalf of the BYU-Idaho community, I congratulate you on your recent graduation. I had hoped to gather with you in the BYU-Idaho Center on April 9, as originally scheduled. But circumstances beyond our control made that impossible. We still plan to hold a virtual commencement ceremony as soon as conditions allow; […]

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