If you have basic questions regarding your academic planning, use MyMAP. It is designed to help you plan and organize your classes according to university core and specific major requirements. If you have more questions you will want to talk to an academic advisor by scheduling an appointment with your college advisement center.
There are a number of circumstances that might place a hold on your account and prevent you from registering or adding/dropping classes. Financial holds can be resolved on My Financial Center. Allow up to 30 minutes for your hold to be released after it is resolved so you can adjust your class schedule.More Info about Holds
Register for classes online through MyMAP. If you haven’t selected a major yet and are not sure what classes to register for, then contact the University Advisement Center. They have resources to help you choose a major.More Info about Choosing a Major
You can apply for federal financial aid by filling out FAFSA. The Financial Aid Checklist takes you through the process of applying for federal financial aid and can help you find answers to your financial aid questions without waiting in line or on the phone.Financial Aid Checklist
View the status of your FAFSA application, tasks, and awards on My Aid Dashboard through My Financial Center.
Tuition is due seven calendar days before the first day of class. Pay on time or you will get a hold placed on your account and your classes may be dropped. We recommend paying charges online with an e-payment (e-check or credit card).More Info about Tuition and Deadlines
Getting your money from scholarships depends on the type of scholarship you received. Check the eligibility requirements for the type of scholarship you have so it can apply to your student account on time.Policies & Expectations for Scholarships
My Book List is an online list of all the textbooks you will need for your current class schedule. You can also search the system to find out which books are required for any particular course. Many textbooks can even be purchased online.
You have the option of charging textbook purchases to your student account: just show your BYU ID at the textbook floor register at the time of purchase. The amount charged to your student account has to be repaid within 45 days of the purchase.
Students enrolled 3/4 time or more (9 semester credits/4.5 term credits) are required to have health insurance coverage year-round. You are automatically enrolled in BYU’s Student Health Plan one week before classes start if private insurance has not been reported. You will have access to waive the plan about 1 month before classes start. This is a yearly process and the deadline to waive the BYU Student Health Plan is the semester add/drop deadline.More Info about Student Health Plans
BYU has several options for you to get around. If you choose to bring a car to campus, be sure to register and pay for your permit before the semester begins.More Info about Transportation Options
Remember to update your address if you are in a new housing situation. If you are living at home (not in BYU contracted housing) you are required to submit a non-compliance waiver. Waivers can be found on the Off-Campus Housing website.Waiver for Non-Contracted Housing
Cougar Cash is great way to pay for purchases or fees on campus using your BYU ID card.
The benefits of using Cougar Cash include no sales tax, printing on campus, and easy access to vending.
However, Cougar Cash cannot be used to pay for tuition and fees. Fees include: class fees, student loans, health center fees and insurance, and traffic and parking fees.