You may be aware that the university announced in May that Fall 2020 registration would be postponed due to the challenges of COVID-19. Previous registration carts were expired on Friday, May 29th.
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 will begin on July 6. You have been assigned a new priority registration date and cart submission deadline which you can see in MyMAP or on the Register for Classes page. You will be able to 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.
Priority registration is planned to begin on July 6th.
You will receive a YMessage when your new priority registration date has been assigned. The date will be posted in MyMAP. The date will be assigned according to your credit hours as of the end of Spring 2020.
If your priority registration date does not align with your completed credits, you can click “recalculate” on the Register tab of MyMAP. (It looks like a refresh button and is located next to your registration date for fall semester.) This will update your registration date to what it should be.
Yes, the new fall class schedule is available to view at classschedule.byu.edu and via MyMAP.
Your registration date will be in the same sequence as it was previously assigned.
Every department has adjusted their class offerings to incorporate new instruction modes. Some classes may not be offered.
It will be 6:00 p.m. the evening before your new registration date.
You will not be able to use the same class sections you had in your cart previously, 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.