BYU is committed to providing a working and learning atmosphere which reasonably accommodates persons with disabilities who are otherwise qualified to participate in BYU's programs and activities. It is the policy of BYU to prohibit unlawful discrimination against persons with disabilities and to provide reasonable assistance in bringing them into the mainstream of campus life. To accomplish this, BYU complies with all applicable disability laws.

BYU Continuing Education Non-Credit Programs

Participants of BYU Continuing Education non-credit programs (EFY, Women's Conference, Education Week, Youth Camps, etc.) should notify BYU Continuing Education of any disability that may require special accommodation at least 30 days prior to the beginning of the program. Participants requesting accommodations should fill out and submit an Accommodations Request Form to the program director, the email listed on the program's website or to the address below:

BYU Continuing Education
120 HCEB
Provo, UT  84602

If necessary, BYU Continuing Education may also request additional documentation of the disability and engage the assistance of the University Accessibility Center

BYU Continuing Education Credit Programs

Please refer all accommodation requests and accessibility questions regarding BYU Continuing Education credit programs to the designated contacts below:

BYU Independent Study

BYU Independent Study Accessibilty and Accommodations web page

BYU Salt Lake Center

Email: slc@byu.edu
Phone: 801-933-9400

BYU Evening Classes

Email: evening_classes@byu.edu
Phone: 801-422-2872

BYU Bachelor of General Studies

Email: bgs@byu.edu
Phone: 801-422-4351
Toll-Free: 1-888-298-3137

BYU Conferences & Workshops (credit programs)

Email: cwmail@byu.edu
Phone: 801-422-3559


If you have any questions regarding this policy or any other aspects of the registration process, you may call 801-422-8925. Our office is open Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. mountain time, excluding major holidays.