First-Year Mentoring is a key part of the university-wide initiative to strengthen undergraduate education at BYU. It gives all first-year students easier access to certain high-demand University Core classes and provides all admitted new freshmen the opportunity for valuable peer-mentor support. First-Year Mentoring offers:

  • Priority choice in mentored courses, both fall and winter semesters
  • Access to a peer mentor who will encourage and support students, help them model habits of academic success, and guide them to important campus resources
  • Connections with other students who share the same mentored courses
  • Progress toward fulfilling foundational University Core requirements
Checklists: 
Everything you need to take care of at the beginning of each semester or term.
Offices: 
Dedicated to helping you get the most out of your first year at BYU. They sponsor a variety of programs to help new students...
Your sidekick for managing Financial Aid, Registration, and other student services while attending BYU.
The University Advisement Center can help you make timely and informed decisions about majors...
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