Complete the online missionary deferment to defer both enrollment and academic scholarships without having to reapply to BYU.Learn More
Guest Access allows you to give another person access to your BYU account. We will not discuss your account or records with your parent, spouse or other third party without Guest Access.Learn More
If you took out a federal student loan for school before your mission, you will go into repayment while on your mission. Please contact your lender directly to notify them of your plans and to ask about loan repayment options.Learn More
By submitting your deferment, the fall/winter portions of your on-campus academic scholarships are deferred until you return. Check with your department for other awards.
You can defer off-campus scholarships (for missionaries only) as long as your donor approves.
Before leaving on your mission, you should determine which courses to register for when you return. You may want to meet with an advisor in your college advisement center for help in determining an appropriate schedule.Advisement Centers
Make arrangements by either submitting a petition to on-campus housing or potentially selling your housing contract if you have one that conflicts with your mission call.
If you are on the student health plan, you must notify the Health Plan Business Office before you leave BYU. You are not eligible for the health plan while you are on your mission.
Before leaving on your mission, please review your My Financial Center account and pay any outstanding charges. Past due balances will likely go to collections while you are gone.Learn More
If you are currently employed on-campus, please review BYU’s policies for deferring.
If you are an international student, you should meet with your International Student Services counselor prior to leaving campus to ensure the proper handling of your SEVIS record.
International Services, 1351 WSC, 801-422-2695