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The BYU Experience

BYU seeks to develop students of faith, intellect, and character who have the skills and desire to continue learning and to serve others with their talents. We assist with this goal by providing an uplifting atmosphere of learning and of faith.

Devotionals, counselor–led scripture study, firesides, service projects, and interaction with faculty, counselors, and peers who have the same goals and values all add to the unique spiritual environment of BYU.

Tuition Assistance

BYU Conferences and Workshops offers a limited number of partial–tuition assistance awards for students who would not otherwise be able to attend the program. This does not cover airfare or spending money. Because requests always exceed available funds, the tuition assistance process is competitive. Decisions are based on merit and financial need. Applications may be requested by calling 801–422–7692 and are due in our office no later than April 7, 2017. Applications are not available online. Applying for tuition assistance does not guarantee a spot in a program.

Refund Policy

A $50 handling fee will be assessed on all refunds requested up to two weeks before the program begins. No refunds are given after that time. All refund requests must be mailed to BYU Conferences and Workshops, 161 Harman Continuing Education Building, Provo, UT 84602, or faxed to 801–422–0745.

Contact Information


BYU Conferences and Workshops
161 Harman Continuing Education Building
Provo, UT 84602

801–422–7692
801–422–0745 (fax)
801–422–8925 or toll free at 1–877–221–6716 (registration)
E–mail: young_ambassadors@byu.edu