BYU Evening Classes lets students and members of the community attend BYU classes without formally applying to the university.
Classes are available from a wide range of disciplines, offering many opportunities for educational advancement.
Evening Classes can be taken for a variety of reasons.
Evening Classes is ready to offer assistance, counseling and coordination to achieve your goals.
Besides helping you with your educational goals, Evening Classes will complete your BYU experience.
You can request Clearance to Register for BYU Evening Classes online. If you would like additional information, please give us a call.
Generally, students transferring to BYU with credits earned at other institutions are expected to have a minimum of 24 earned hours and a transfer GPA above the B+ range (the average is an A-). Hours earned as an Evening Student at BYU will be counted as part of the earned hours and GPA requirement for transfer students.
BYU is an academically difficult environment and very few students get all A's. Therefore, evening students who are seeking regular admissions and need to enhance their GPA may have a better chance by attending another college or university which is less academically competitive than BYU. If you wish to discuss more about your specific circumstances we recommend scheduling an in person or phone appointment with our academic advisor.
BYU Evening Classes cannot be used to directly earn university degrees or academic certificates. Courses taken through Evening Classes may be able to satisfy degree requirements in transfer. If you need assistance to determine how to best utilize BYU Evening Classes towards your educational goals, please feel free to schedule an appointment with our academic advisor.
Students only become admitted BYU students by completing an application for BYU Admissions and then being admitted.
There are many circulating myths and misconceptions about BYU's admission process. In order to have the most accurate information prior to applying you can contact BYU Admissions directly to have your questions answered. BYU Admissions also addresses many of these myths on their YouTube channel.