If you have been admitted to BYU in Provo, you are already eligible to register for BYU Salt Lake Center classes and can add them through MyMAP. If you have not been admitted to BYU in Provo, please visit the BYU FlexGE website for instructions on how to take classes as a FlexGE student.
Yes, if your student grants you Guest Access.
Salt Lake Center classes can be found on the interactive schedule. A list of General Education (GE) University Core requirements and courses is also available.
For information about classes that can help meet your academic goals, make an appointment with one of our academic advisors. Also see the list of courses that fulfill University Core requirements.
Exams for Salt Lake Center classes can be taken at the Salt Lake Center Testing Center or in Provo at the Harman Testing Center (HCEB) and/or the BYU Testing Center in the Grant Building (HGB) depending on where they have been sent by your course instructor. See your course syllabus for specific details.
No, but you must present a valid form of photo ID to take an exam. The Testing Center will accept a driver’s license, passport, or the BYU student ID on the BYU app as alternatives. A picture of a photo ID is not a valid form of ID.
No, the Testing Center is only open during BYU semesters and terms. Please refer to the BYU academic calendar for semester and term start and end dates and the Testing Center website for their operating hours and exceptions.
You can view when late fees begin for your exams at testing.byu.edu.
Please refer to the Testing Center website for accurate deadlines and testing information. You can view your test dates online.
Independent Study Students are welcome to park in the student parking garage, located at 50 North 400 West. Parking validations are available at the Testing Center.
A matriculated (admitted) student is one who has applied to and been accepted by BYU and enrolled as a degree-seeking student. Non-matriculated (non-admitted) can take classes at the BYU Salt Lake Center through the BYU FlexGE program.
Access to parking will automatically be activated on BYU ID cards for students who are registered for a BYU Salt Lake Center class for the current semester or term. Please contact the help desk in the BYU Salt Lake Center Library with any problems (801-933-9421).
No, students may only use the student parking garage when visiting the BYU Salt Lake Center for academic purposes (i.e., attending class, studying, taking a test, etc.).
You will have to pay to replace your lost ID card. The cost is $10 and can be paid at Student Services with cash, Cougar Cash, or check. The BYU Salt Lake Center Library will then issue a new BYU ID card. A new BYU ID card may also be paid for and obtained at the BYU ID Center located in the Wilkinson Center in Provo.
You can find the FrontRunner schedule on the UTA Schedule page. The North Temple Station is located one block west of the BYU Salt Lake Center (about a 10-minute walk).
No, BYU-Pathway Worldwide (BYU-PW) is not part of the BYU Salt Lake Center or BYU. It is a separate organization located in the same building as the BYU Salt Lake Center. BYU-PW offices are on the fifth floor, and representatives can be contacted through byupathway.org.
No, Ensign College (formerly LDSBC) is not part of the BYU Salt Lake Center or BYU. It is a separate institution located in the building directly to the east of the BYU Salt Lake Center. Ensign College can be contacted through ensign.edu or at 801-524-8100.
345 W North Temple
3 Triad Center, Suite 300
Salt Lake City, UT 84180
50 N 400 W
Salt Lake City, UT 84180
Monday–Thursday (except holidays)
8:30 a.m.–5:30 p.m. Mountain Time
8:30 a.m.–5:00 p.m. Mountain Time