Schedule and Classes
ScheduleSummer term will start on June 21, 2021 with a blend of in-person, remote and blended classes.
Depending on disease prevalence within the BYU community or state of Utah, BYU may return to remote delivery at any point within the semester.
For more details on the different class formats available to students during summer term, visit learnanywhere.byu.edu.
Coming to CampusStudents should delay their arrival to BYU for summer term if they have symptoms of illness. Once here, students should self-assess for signs of fever, cough or difficulty breathing before going to class, work or campus each day. Students who are symptomatic should be seen by a health care professional and self-isolate. Students who delay their arrival to campus because of illness or who become sick during summer term should contact their professors to continue their coursework remotely. International students who have questions about their return to campus may contact International Student and Scholar Services at 801-422-2695.
ClassroomsSignificant efforts have been made to expand teaching spaces across the BYU campus to include areas that haven’t been used as teaching spaces in the past. This has been done to reduce overall class sizes.
Masks: BYU students, employees and guests are required to wear masks in these places.
Physical Distancing: During in-person instruction, it is recommended that students should not be seated within 6 feet of another individual. Expanded teaching spaces, reduced class sizes, remote instruction, and in some cases alternating in-person attendance should accomplish this.
Cleaning and Hygiene: Hand sanitizing and cleaning supplies will be made available in each teaching space. Students are expected to clean their seating area before each class begins.