Value of Academic Advising

The BYU Salt Lake Advisement Center has a full-time academic advisor who can help students do the following:

  • Select courses to meet educational goals
  • Learn about various majors and minors
  • Set goals and explore options
  • Navigate BYU’s admission process
  • Get on track to transfer to BYU or another institution
  • Develop strategies to improve academic performance
  • Learn about policies and procedures
  • Obtain referrals and advice about campus resources

Academic Advisor Appointments

In-person and phone appointments are available between 9:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. Individuals can schedule appointments by calling Student Services at 801-933-9400 or by emailing the advisor at

Preparing for an appointment:

  • Bring a list of questions or concerns.
  • Be on time.

During the appointment:

  • Share your goals and educational priorities.
  • Give the advisor accurate information about your interests and abilities.
  • Ask questions if you don’t understand something or need clarification.

After the appointment:

  • Follow up on recommendations.
  • Organize and save all records and documents.

Student Information

Classes offered at BYU Salt Lake Center

For a snapshot view of classes offered at the BYU Salt Lake Center, please select your semester or term: Fall, Winter, Spring, or Summer.

University Core

The university core consists of the university’s religion and general education requirements. Please see BYU’s University Core List for more information.

Transfer Information

For BYU’s policy on the type of credits accepted, please see To transfer BYU credits to another institution, contact that institution for transfer information.

Register for Classes through MyMap

To register for classes, please log into BYU’s MyMap. MyMap allows each student to organize educational goals and register for classes. For more information, please visit the Register for Classes page and the MyMap Information page.

My Progress Report

My Progress Report helps students monitor completion of university core requirements and major classes.

Learning Suite

Learning Suite is the learning management system used by BYU. Instructors communicate course information through this web-based software.

Syllabi Directory

To access posted syllabi since fall 2010, please see BYU’s Syllabi Directory. A Net ID log-in is required to access a syllabus.

Guest Access

Students who want to let another person see and manage their BYU account will need to grant that individual guest access.

Majors and Minors

To learn more about the majors and minors offered at BYU, please see BYU’s lists of majors and minors and BYU’s Undergraduate Catalog.


Students who complete an AP exam with a score of 3, 4, or 5 or an IB course with a score of 5, 6, or 7 can turn in their scores for possible BYU credit. To learn more about the AP or IB credit that is posted on students’ transcripts, please see the AP/IB Guides.

Career and Academic Resources

  • BYU offers free online Career Assessments to students who have a BYU NetID.
  • BYU’s Career and Academic Success Center offers free Academic Workshops on various topics, including the following:
    • Listening and Note Taking
    • Memory
    • Stress Management
    • Test Preparation
    • Time Management
    • and others.
  • Take advantage of free tutoring available for BYU courses.
Frequently Asked Questions