All individuals who wish to enroll in classes must be admitted to the University as a student (even if the individual already has a degree) either in a degree-seeking, non degree-seeking, or audit only capacity. This includes any employee who is eligible for tuition benefits, their spouses, and their eligible dependent children. If an individual's admission status has lapsed or expired, the individual must re-apply. For admission questions, please contact the appropriate office:
Undergraduate degree-seeking student, Admissions/801-422-5000
Post-Baccalaureate student, Admissions/801-422-5000
Evening Classes student, Evening Classes/801-422-2872
Audit Only student, Evening Classes/801-422-2872
Graduate degree-seeking student/801-422-4091
After the individual has been admitted as a student, they will be cleared to register and given a priority registration date and may register for classes on that date. For registration questions, contact Registration at 801-422-2631. Once the individual has registered for classes, a Student Financial Account is created and the tuition charge is posted to that account. Employees, spouses, and eligible dependent children may access My Financial Center (accessible through MyBYU) to see the tuition charge and the tuition benefit on their Student Financial Account.
When an individual is eligible for tuition benefits and after they are enrolled in classes, the tuition benefit will post automatically to the Student Financial Account with the following exceptions:
The employee is registered for a class that starts before 5:00 pm, TBA, thesis, or dissertation hours.
The spouse is enrolled in a graduate-degree seeking program.
The eligible dependent child is enrolled at BYU Idaho.
The eligible dependent child has reached 130 or more BYU credits.
If the individual is in one of these categories, access the appropriate link to be informed of the steps that must be completed for the tuition benefit to be put onto the Student Financial Account.
- Approval of Daytime Class Attendance
- Spouses enrolled in a Graduate Degree-Seeking Program
- BYU-Idaho Dependent Tuition Benefit
- Dependent Children at 130 or more BYU credits
- Tuition Benefit for Independent Study
If the tuition benefit should automatically post to the Student Financial Account and has not done so three weeks prior to the start of the semester and the individual is enrolled in classes, contact Benefits Services at 801-422-4716.
For more information regarding the tuition benefit, employee eligibility, procedures, and guidelines, access the following link.