First-Year Peer Mentoring is designed to assist you as you transition into university life. Your mentor will be there to answer questions, point out resources, and talk about your overall BYU student success.
Our advisors meet with students individually to identify academic challenges, improve learning strategies, and connect students with additional resources.
Most first year GE courses support students with TA labs where you can get individualized instruction and support.
Free trained consultants help you with all of your writing and research assignments in all of your classes. Located on the main floor of the library
Free tutoring on your specific classes by volunteer peer tutors who successfully completed the same class.
Stress about money can keep students from focusing on their academic work. Our Financial Fitness Center will help you put together a financial plan, explore funding options, and create a budget.
All students need help making it to graduation. Counselors in Enrollment Services offer personalized advisement regarding admission, financial aid, scholarships, registration, and student success.
Students struggle when they lack a clear academic outcome. Our advisors work with you personally to explore your interests, values, and skills related to majors and careers.
We have online tools that can help you with stress and anxiety immediately
Predictive modeling based on campus-wide data to help us identify students at risk of academic challenges.