President Worthen announced on June 23, 2020 plans for an in-person fall semester with class options that will accommodate safety guidelines to minimize the spread of COVID-19.
Priority registration for fall semester began on July 6. You can register for classes in MyMAP. If you used the registration cart, you can see the classes you had previously saved to your cart by viewing your cart history.
Please refer to byu.edu/coronavirus for the most up-to-date information regarding the impacts of COVID-19 on Fall 2020.
Every department has adjusted their class offerings to incorporate new instruction modes. Some classes may not be offered.
You will not be able to register for the same class sections you had in your cart previous to May 29, 2020, but you can see the classes you had saved by viewing your cart history.
You should contact your advisement center to discuss your options and graduation plan. It would be best to contact them after the updated Fall class schedule is published.
The number of sections offered will be up to individual departments.
Yes, in-person classes will have smaller class sizes to comply with safety guidelines.
There will still be online class offerings, but it is up to departments to determine which classes will have online sections and how many.