Hey Cougars,

Y-Group leader sign up is now open! Make a difference on campus by being a Y-Group leader and by filling out your student ratings for this semester.
Be a Y-Group Leader
Make a Difference at NSO This Year!

As a Y-Group Leader you will guide new students through campus as they make friends and learn how to succeed at BYU. Y Group leaders are an essential part of New Student Orientation and play an important role in the first experiences new students have on campus.

Perks of being a Y Group leader include:
+ Free breakfast and lunch during trainings and at NSO
+ Free NSO T-Shirt and BYU cinch bag
+ $10 gift certificate to the BYU Store!

+ Be familiar with campus
+ Have a desire and willingness to help new students adjust to college life
+ Be in good Honor Code and academic standing with GPA above 2.0
+ And, of course, love BYU! 
Thursday June 19th and Friday June 20th 8 AM - 4 PM

Mandatory Training: Friday June 12th 8:30 AM - 2 PM, breakfast and lunch will be provided

Thursday and Friday, August 27-28th, 8 AM - 4 PM AND Saturday, August 29th, 9 AM - 1 PM
Mandatory Training: Tuesday August 25th 8:30 AM - 2 PM, breakfast and lunch will be provided
Be a Y Group Leader!
Student Ratings
Help Your Professors 

The Student Rating system allows students to confidentially rate their BYU learning experience. President Worthen said, “We need your input. Student evaluations of BYU faculty and courses are extremely important.”

Faculty are expected to review them to improve their courses and teaching methods.

Department chairs are expected to review them annually with faculty to assess teaching effectiveness.

University committees consider them carefully as part of faculty reviews to determine who is retained and promoted.

Please be honest, fair, and constructive as you complete your evaluations. It only takes a few minutes to do. 
Submit Your Ratings
Online Tip
Personal Growth

+ Goals/Follow-up – Goals play an important part in progress and learning. Having built in follow-up time plays a big role in helping your goals be meaningful and carry over into action. Consider the following questions: What do I want to accomplish and when? What will I do to accomplish these goals? When will I evaluate my progress and adjust my goals?
+ Mindset – Choose to have a growth mindset. You may not have done online classes before, but you can learn to be effective in them now. It is possible to learn and adapt. You can get back up when you fall. Having a growth mindset includes viewing challenges as an opportunity to learn and grow, not the end of the road. If you find yourself having a fixed mindset or feeling discouraged one day, don’t worry, you can choose to change and work on developing a growth mindset.
More Tips for Online Classes
1. Don't Forget to Fill out the US Census

2. See Important Updates regarding COVID-19 in the 3/12 email from BYU University Communications or on this website.
3. If you are diagnosed with COVID-19, self report here.
4. Don't Forget to Update your Address if You Have Moved.

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