Not without guest access. Students are strongly encouraged to complete their own information. Class registration is a part of a student’s academic record for which he or she is responsible. Any misinformation put on a student’s record by someone other than the student becomes the student’s responsibility. For information on federal academic privacy laws, please visit the FERPA information website at BYU.
Guest access to a BYU account may be granted by the student to individuals of their choice. Guest access allows those individuals to act on the student’s behalf.
No. Students not admitted to BYU in Provo and who take classes at the BYU Salt Lake Center are considered non-degree-seeking students. But course credit earned at the BYU Salt Lake Center may be used to satisfy degree requirements when it is transferred to a degree-seeking program. In other words, credit earned at the BYU Salt Lake Center may transfer to other universities. For credit transfer policies, please contact the university the student plans on attending.
No. Students may only use the student parking garage when visiting the BYU Salt Lake Center for academic purposes.
No. Photo ID must be presented to take an exam at the Testing Center but other valid forms of photo ID include driver’s license, passport, and the BYU student ID on the BYU app. A picture of photo ID is not a valid form of ID.
For access to parking, students will need to be issued a new BYU ID card with an embedded electronic chip. In order to receive a BYU ID card with a chip, the student must be registered for a BYU Salt Lake Center class for the current semester or term. They will need to turn in their current BYU ID card or show picture ID. A new picture will be taken and a new BYU ID card with a chip will be issued. ID cards are issued in the BYU Salt Lake Center Library or at the BYU ID Center located in the Wilkinson Center in Provo.
You may decide to take more or fewer credits due to factors like employment.
BYU Salt Lake Center classes are additional sections of BYU courses. Once completed, the classes and credits are listed on a BYU transcript. Contact your college or university to see which classes and credits from BYU are accepted and how they will transfer.
BYU Salt Lake Center classes are additional sections of BYU courses. Once completed, the classes and credits are listed on a BYU transcript. Any credits earned at the BYU Salt Lake Center will automatically transfer to BYU if a student is admitted.
A Clearance to Register form must be completed each semester or term that a student wants to attend classes at the BYU Salt Lake Center. If the student’s Ecclesiastical Endorsement is still valid, he or she does not have to submit another Ecclesiastical Endorsement form.
Students will not be cleared to register until their Ecclesiastical Endorsement is valid and their personal information is updated. For any other concerns, contact Student Services at 801-933-9400.
The cost to replace a lost BYU ID card is $10. Students may pay this fee at Student Services with 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 obtained at the BYU ID Center located in the Wilkinson Center in Provo.
BYU protects personal information by restricting network access to individuals with an authorized user name and password. The user name is a unique, personal network identifier called a Net ID, and one is assigned to each BYU patron. Create your Net ID.
Students not admitted to BYU in Provo and who take classes at the BYU Salt Lake Center are considered non-degree-seeking students. Federal financial aid, as well as most scholarships, require a student to be in a degree-seeking program to receive aid. BYU Salt Lake Center does offer some need-based financial assistance.