Hey Cougars,

Can't wait for summer?? We can't either. 

We’ll help you start making plans! BYU has lots of opportunities for students over the spring and summer terms, including taking classes on campus or going on an international study abroad. We list some amazing options below. 
Spring & Summer Term
Same School But With Warm Weather

They say that BYU’s best kept secret is the Spring/Summer terms. You can take classes spring term, summer term, and/or spring/summer semester.

Why attend spring/summer classes?
+ More scholarship opportunities (Apply NOW, due Feb 1)
+ Fun summer outdoor activities in Provo (think hiking, boating, sports...)
+ Smaller class sizes
+ More on-campus job openings

Term classes are condensed to 8 weeks long. Enrollment is also a bit different – you are considered a full-time student if you enroll in 6 or more credits during spring or summer term. 

You can find more info HERE to decide if Spring and/or Summer is for you.
Study Abroad
The World is Our Campus – Literally

Go to anywhere from Asia to Zambia
It's Possible
Over 1,500 students study abroad each year from BYU – be part of it. There are over 148 study abroad and foreign internship options at BYU. Find your program HERE.
It's Affordable
BYU programs cost about half the amount of other study abroad programs. Use your scholarship and financial aid to help pay for your program.
You Can Get Credit
An academic program abroad will help you fulfill class requirements. Study under the tutelage of a BYU professor in another country.

It's An Investment
Get a competitive edge in the job market with international experience. Become a better, more well-rounded person (plus who doesn't want to say they traveled to Nepal to learn more about global health?!)

To learn more, head over to the Kennedy Center (237 HRCB) or click HERE to visit their website.
Learn More
Attend the BYU Leadership Experience: The Summit

All distinguished Brigham Young University alumni have one thing in common–they started their legacy at this incredible institution of learning. This two-day conference allows BYU alumni to share their inspiring journeys and teach students how to make an impact in the world.

On Friday and Saturday, February 7-8, students can learn how to make the most of their BYU experience and gain leadership skills that will equip them to make a difference in the world.  Here’s the schedule:

DAY 1:
+ WSC Ballroom
+ BYU Alumni Ted Talks (including Julie B. Beck Former General Relief Society; Davis Smith, Founder & CEO of Cotopaxi)
+ Catered Dinner and Entertainment (GENTRI, #1 Billboard Artists)
+ Compete for Prizes

DAY 2:
+ Hinckley Center
+ Light Breakfast
+ Face to Face with BYU Faculty and staff
+ Develop leadership skills

To register and for more information click HERE. Get 1 or 2 day tickets at 50% off with the code: STUDENTALUMNI

1. Come to the Impact Investing Association Kickoff Event. Do you have a passion for business? Do you want to make a positive impact on the world? Impact Investing combines both of those interests — its goal is to create social or environmental impact alongside financial return. Don’t miss out on this incredible opportunity to hear pioneer impact investor Jim Sorenson speak on Tuesday, January 21st from 7:00-8:00pm in 710 TNRB. Please RSVP by scanning the QR code on the flyer below!

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