Information about how to begin the application and what parts are required, as well as a description of each part.
BYU uses a holistic review process. This means that all parts of the application are considered. A certain GPA or ACT score does not guarantee admission. Admission Statistics
The following are statistics of admitted freshmen and...
Holistic Admission Review
A BYU education is designed to be spiritually strengthening, intellectually enlarging, and character building, which all lead to lifelong learning and service. We invite you to consider the four Aims of a BYU Education as you contemplate applying to...
Transcript & Score Reporting
Full disclosure of your academic history is required in the application process. These documents must be submitted and processed by the appropriate application deadline before it is possible to submit the application.
Note: View the current transfer guides to see how your credits will transfer to BYU.
College credit earned from other institutions must be included in the admission application. College transcripts will be reviewed by Transfer Evaluation...
See the current guides on which AP or IB test scores qualify for BYU credit here.
BYU encourages students to enroll in AP (Advanced Placement) or IB (International Baccalaureate) classes where available.
Compare AP/IB Classes and Concurrent Enrollment
One of the most common questions fielded by the BYU Admissions office centers on the perceived value of concurrent college work when compared to enrollment in AP or IB classes.