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Published by BYUIAPP, 2018-12-18 13:18:33

Winter 2019 I-Rep Guidebook

Winter 2019 I-Rep Guidebook

Sponsored by BYU-Idaho Student

Perfect Love
Casteth
Out All Fear

WINTER 2019 GET CONNECTED
I-REP GUIDEBOOK

WINTER 2019

GROUP AND ASSIGNMENT INFORMATION Name
I-Rep Partner
Day 1 Registration Assignment (January 4th)

Day 2 I-Rep Assignment (January 5th)

I-Night Assignment (January 5th)

Arrival Time
Please arrive 15 minutes early to each assignment. If you have
questions, call your I-Rep Coordinator:
Jasmin Carey: 703-408-7599
J Hollist : 706-577-5587

I-Rep Polo Returns

Return your I-Rep Polo on January 5th from 4:30- 5:45 p.m. at the
Rigby Hall Lower Lounge. You will be returning your polo and name tag
sleeve and lanyard. Do not wash your polo. Please wear or bring a shirt
to change into. Polos must be returned or there will be a $20 charge.
You will be given your I-Night Polo and instructions at this time.

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General Info Saturday, January 5th

Group and Assignment Information 2 Living and Learning & Campus 27
Letter of Appreciation 4 Tour/Lunch 28
Letter from the Council 5 29
Late Registration & Spirit of
Schedule and Tools 7 Ricks Showcase
8
Spirit Conference Schedule 9 Get Involved Fair
Get Connected 10
Get Connected Schedule 11 I-Night Training 30
I-Rep Tasks 12
Campus Map 14 I-Night 31
Get Connected Registration 16
Honor Code 19 Post Get Connected 33
FAQ 34
Student Services 13 Appreciation Dinner/Interviews
14 Staying Involved
Friday, January 4th
14 Personal Inspiration 35
Get Connected Registration 15 41
New Student/Parent Dining & Meet 25 Notes
Your I-team Mentor Session Notes
President’s Welcome
Academic Connections
New Student Talent Show & Social

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Letters of
Appreciation

Dear I-Rep,
Thank you for serving as an
I-Rep within the Student Support
organization; your selfless sacrifice of
both time and talents is recognized
and appreciated.
Your willingness to serve is reflective
of the special environment—the Spirit
of Ricks—found at BYU–Idaho. The
Spirit of Ricks exists on this campus
because all who work here provide personal, individualized
attention to each student. It exists because bishops and other
ecclesiastical leaders create spiritual heavens for the members
of their wards. It exists because caring students are genuinely
interested in one another. And, most of all, it exists because the
influence of the Holy Ghost is evident on this campus. This is a
precious legacy that we must nurture and strengthen as we move
forward on our divinely appointed path.
We wish you well and pray for your success and happiness in this
assignment as well as your other endeavors at BYU–Idaho.

Sincerely,

Henry and Kelly Eyring

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Dear I-rep,
We your council deeply appreciate your service and your kind hearts
as you help the new new students feel welcome here at Brigham Young
University-Idaho. We have thought much about their arrival and
realize that there are many fears about what the future may hold for
these new students. But as they take this important step of faith to
come to school to get an education, the Lord wants them to have faith
and peace not fear. That is why we choose as a theme for this semester,
“Perfect Love Casteth out all Fear”from Elder Rasband’s talk, “Be Not
Troubled”.
We want you to share the Love of our kind Heavenly Father with these
new students and volunteers. Elder Rasband said, “There is no room
for fear in these holy places of God or in the hearts of His children.
Why? Because of love. God loves us—always—and we love Him. Our
love of God counters all fears, and His love abounds in holy places.”
This campus is one of those holy places. We are his hands of love that
reach out to welcome students to this university. Remember whose
school this is. We also promise that as you give your heart to serving
the new students as they begin their new experience that your troubles
will be lightened by the Lord and as you go.
Sincerely,
The Winter 2019 Get Connected Council

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SPIRIT
CONFERENCE

Purpose

A two-day experience that prepares all
Mentors and I-Reps for Get Connected.
The conference is vital to volunteers to not
only be trained on important logistics tied
to Get Connected, but to also gain valuable

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Day 1 Day 2

Registration Breakfast
I-CENTER FOYER MC GRAND BALLROOM
1:00 PM - 1:45 PM 7:30 AM - 8:00 AM

Opening Social Theme Lesson
I-CENTER COURTS TAYLOR CLASSROOMS
1:45 PM - 2:45 PM 8:15 AM - 8:45 AM
Logistics
TAYLOR CLASSROOMS University Services
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM TAYLOR CLASSROOMS
Title IX & Legal 8:55 AM - 9:50 AM
TAYLOR CHAPEL
4:05 PM - 4:25 PM Keynote Session
Get Connected Purpose TAYLOR CHAPEL
TAYLOR CULTRUAL HALL 10:00 AM - 10:50 AM
4:30 PM - 5:35 PM
Group Pictures
Spirit Challenge Training TAYLOR QUAD
11:00 AM
TAYLOR CHAPEL
Lunch
5:40 PM- 6:00 PM MC GRAND BALLROM
11:30 AM - 12:15 PM

I-Rep Responsibilities
TAYLOR 120
12:20 PM - 1:15 PM

I-Rep Q&A
TAYLOR 120
1:20 PM - 1:45 PM

Closing Session
TAYLOR CHAPEL
1:50 PM - 2:15 PM

Spirit Challenge/Debrief
TAYLOR CLASSROOMS
2:20 PM - 4:30 PM

Talent Show Set Up
HART GYM
4:30 Pm
Council Interviews
TAYLOR 120
5:30 PM

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GET
CONNECTED

Purpose

Introduce thousands of new
students to BYU-Idaho and it's
unique culture, connect them to
university resources, assit them in
making friends, and help them feel
comfortable adjusting to college life.

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Day 1 Day 2

Morning Meeting/Breakfast Breakfast / Morning Meeting
TAYLOR 120 / MC BALLROOM MC BALLROOM / TAYLOR 120
6:30 AM - 7:45 AM 7:00 a.m. - 7:45 a.m.

Student Services Get Connected Late
MC/KIMBALL BUILDING Registration
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM SEE STICKER ASSIGNMENT
8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Get Connected Registration
SEE ASSIGNMENT STICKER Living and Learning at BYU-I
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM HART AUDITORIUM
10:00 a.m. - 10:45 a.m.
New Student Talent Show
Auditions New Student Lunch/Tour
MC 201 DANCE STUDIO I-CENTER COURTS
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM 11:00 a.m. - 12:45 p.m.

Volunteer Lunch Spirit of Ricks Showcase
I-Rep - we will deliver HART AUDITORIUM
1:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m.
New Student/Parent
Connections Get Involved Fair
HART I-CENTER COURTS
1:30 p.m. - 2:30 p.m. 2:00 p.m. - 2:45 p.m.

Meet Your I-Team Mentor Connections
BYU-IDAHO CENTER COURTS CAMPUS CLASSROOMS
2:00 p.m. - 2:40 p.m. 3:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.

BYU-Idaho Welcome International Student
I-CENTER AUDITORIUM Orientation
3:00 p.m. - 3:45 p.m. TAYLOR CULTURAL HALL
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Academic Connections
SEE LOCATIONS Polo Returns and I-Night
4:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. Prep
RIGBY LOWER LOUNGE
Parent Connections 4:30 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.
I-CENTER AUDITORIUM
4:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. I-Night Training Meeting
MC LITTLE THEATER
New Student Service Project 6:00 p.m. - 6:45 p.m.
I-CENTER COURTS
8:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. I-Night
MC/I-CENTER COURTS/HART GYM
New Student Talent Show 7:00 p.m. - 11:00 p.m.
HART AUDITORIUM
9:30 p.m. - 11:00 p.m. I-Night Clean-up Assignment
MC INFO DESK / I-CENTER / RIGBY
11:00 p.m. - 11:20 p.m.

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Get Connected
Registration

Friday, January 4th
8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Manwaring Center Info Desk Lobby
Roaming Locations

Purpose Registration Locations
New students will receive their • At housing complexes
Get Connected maps, schedules, • MC Crossroads
name badge, and wristband. • Kimball building lobby

Registration Roaming Locations
Students can register after Get • You will recieve specific
Connected starts, but we prefer assignements on a sticker
they register before it begins.
If you meet a new student who
has not registered it is your
responsibility to register them.

Instructions
• Help students get
registered.
• Invite Students to
audition for the New
Student Talent Show
and purchase tickets
for I-Night online.
• Answer any questions.

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How to register a new student Roaming I-Reps
• Ask if they are a transfer or married • Call the I-Team Mentor to let
them know you registered a member
student (so they can be put in of their team.
a transfer or married group if • Ask the I-Team Mentor for the
needed). meeting location.

• Ask specifically which apartment • Problems
complex and number they live in. What if the student is not on the
main list?
• Give them a Get Connected Guide
and explain the rest of the day’s • Ask to see if the student has an
events. I-Card. Look at the I-Card and you
will be able to tell how new the
• Give them their name tag card is.

• Write their I-Team number on the • Ask what year in school the
Get Connected Guide student is.

• Briefly explain Academic • Look for signs of a new student
Connections. (parents with them, the student
looks nervous, etc.)
• Circle their Academic Connection
on the Get Connected Guide, • Write the students’ name on the
according to their college. bottom of the list, and star it.

• Make sure they know what •
color the college they are in for Who can I contact in case I need
Academic Connections supplies, have a question or
something goes wrong?
• Make sure they understand the
dress and grooming standards that
apply for students at events.

• Give them a Get Connected • Call your I-Group Leader or the
wristband and inform them it will Student Support office at (208)
be their ticket to get into the New 496-1420.
Student Talent Show and to get a
free lunch.

• If lines are long, shorten the
conversations you are having with
the new students.

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DAY 1 Events

Friday, January 4, 2018

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GET CONNECTED
REGISTRATION

SEE ASSIGNMENT STICKER
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Purpose

Register new students for Get Connected and place them in their I-Team,
as well as provide information and move-in assistance to new students and
parents during Get Connected.

Registration

Students can register after Get Connected starts, but we would prefer that
they register before it begins. If you meet a new student that has not been
registered, it is your responsibility to register them.

Instructions

• If your assignment says mover , please be in your area answering
questions and helping students move-in. Moving areas are assigned
on your assignments sticker.

• If you are assigned to a table, be sure to stay during the entire
registration period.

• Lunch will be delivered to you sometime between 12:00 p.m. and 1:30
p.m.

• Encourage people to audition for the Talent Show!

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New Student/Parent
Connections

HART AUDITORIUM
1:30 p.m.-2:00 p.m.

Purpose

This short program will allow the parents and students to gain an accurate
understanding of how Get Connected will benefit them and what the next few
days will entail. The mentors will be dismissed part way through this to head to the

Instructions

• Usher students and parents in and out of the Hart.
• Register New Students
• Help set up and clean up.

Parent Reception

HART AUXILARY GYM
2:00 p.m. - 2:30 p.m.

Purpose

This helps parents understand the environment and opportunities available
to their new students as they adjust to life at the university. This presentation
is followed by a reception where refreshments are served. At this time, there
will also be student and faculty representatives at booths prepared to answer
questions that parents have and to aid them in getting information.

Instructions

• Help with setup and take down.
• Assist Council and IGL’s in serving if needed.

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Meet your I-Team

BYU-IDAHO CENTER COURTS
2:00 p.m. - 2:40 p.m.

Purpose

Meet Your I-Team is designed to introduce students to their I-Team.They will meet
their I-Team and review the Get Connected schedule.

Instructions

• Usher students in and out of BYU-I Center Courts and after the
event is over, direct them to the Auditorium for the President’s
Welcome.

• Register New Students
• Upon arrival, please report to a council member for specific

assignments.
• Spend time with those I-Teams whose leaders are part of your

I-Group.
• Help clean up

BYU-Idaho Welcome

I-CENTER AUDITORIUM
3:00 p.m. - 3:45 p.m.

Purpose

This is an opportunity for new students to hear from our President and begin
to catch the vision of what this University offers to them. After the President
offers his welcome, the new students will go to Academic Connections and the
parents will stay for a Q&A session with President Eyring.

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Academic
Connections

SEE LOCATIONS
4:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Purpose

Leaders from each Academic College will be present to answer questions
and give advice concerning academic options available for new students at
BYU-Idaho. New students will have the opportunity to mingle with faculty
members who teach in their college.

Instructions

• Invite new students to attend. Help them find the flag that will lead
them to the correct location.

• If the flags have already left, help new students get to the locations
specific to their major. Walk them to the building if necessary.

• Encourage new students to
ask questions about their major
and careers associated with specific majors.

MC Special Events Room (GREEN) Hinckley Chapel (PURPLE)
College of Agriculture & Life Sciences College of Education & Human
Development
Smith Building (RED)
College of Business and Smith 340 (BLUE)
Communication College of Language and Letters

Ricks Lecture Hall 147 (GREY) Taylor Chapel (ORANGE)
Foundations & Interdisiplinary Studies College of Physical Sciences &
Engineering
Snow Drama Theatre 115 (YELLOW)
College of Performing & Visual Arts

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New Student
Service Project

I-CENTER COURTS
8:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.

Purpose

The New Student Service Project is a time for incoming students and
volunteers to work together in carrying out a large scale service project that
will bless the lives of hundreds of individuals.

Instructions

• Register New Students
• Teach and Direct New Students in throughout the

Service Project
• Traffic control.

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New Student
Talent Show

HART AUDITORIUM
9:30 p.m. - 11:00 p.m.

Purpose

The Purpose is to showcase New Students talent, cheer them on, and promote
a fun atmosphere. Help New Students to find their Mentor.

Instructions

• If you are a clicker/greeter stand at entrances and
do your duty

• If you are on the Hype Squad, GET STUDENTS

Talent Show Auditions

Friday, January 4th
9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
(MC Dance Studio 201)

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appropriate selections.

DAY 2 Events

Saturday, January 5th 2018

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GET CONNECTED
Late REGISTRATION

SEE STICKER ASSIGNMENT
8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

Instructions

• If your assignment says mover, please be in your area answering
questions and helping students move in. Mover areas are specified
on your assignments sticker.

• If your assignment says you are at a table, you are to stay there and
register people.

Living & Learning
at BYU-Idaho

HART AUDITORIUM
10:00 a.m. - 10:45 a.m.

Purpose

This session will focus on becoming a disciple leader through the Learning
Model, Student Honor, and Student Living. Students will also be able to
understand why these different aspects are important to BYU-Idaho and
how this session can apply to their experience at BYU-Idaho.

Instructions

• Those I-Reps assisting with this event must meet at the Hart Auditorium
at 9:15 a.m. to receive their ushering assignments.

• Report to whoever is in charge to ask how you can help and be trained
in how to use the flags and microphones.

• I-Reps who are not ushering will
help with registration or other assignments.

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Campus Tour / Lunch

I-CENTER COURTS
11:00 a.m. - 12:45 p.m.

Purpose

Introduce new students to the Student Services and orient them to campus.
Additionally, they will enjoy lunch together.

Instructions

• Assist with set-up /clean-up of food.
• When it is time to eat, I-Reps will direct students through rotations

and check for wristbands.
• I-Reps will eat lunch with the groups lead by their friends in their

I-Group. The purpose is to get to know the new students and help
them feel comfortable and that they have friends. Remember, find
the one.

Spirit of Ricks
Showcase

HART AUDITORIUM
1:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m.

Purpose

During this session, New Students will be introduced to the Spirit of Ricks and
introduced to organizations on campus.

Instructions

• Sit with an I-Team led by someone in your I-Group.
• After the main presentation in the auditorium, I-Reps will help direct

the students to the BYU-I Center Courts where booths are set up
for the different organizations.

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Get Involved Fair

I-CENTER COURTS
2:00 p.m. - 2:45 p.m.

Instructions

• Help usher students from the Spirit of Ricks showcase to the Get
Involved Fair at the BYUI Center Courts.Help with setup/cleanup if
you’re not ushering.

• Answer questions/find people who are confused.
• Encourage them to get involved according to what interests them.
• If assigned, stay after lunch to clean up and then help put up

booths for the Involvement Fair.

Winter 2019 I-Night

MC/I-CENTER COURTS/HART GYM
7:00 p.m. - 11:00 p.m.

Food

You may purchase food items at The Crossroads at the regular prices until
10:00 p.m. You will be given a $1 food coupon.

Instructions

• I-Reps will be helping with one of the shifts. This will be assigned to
you at training.

• After your shift you will return your polo to the Rigby Lower Lounge.
• Before I-Night begins, and all throughout Get Connected, invite

students to attend!
• Inform the new students that they must bring $5 for entry; this gets

them a wristband for entry into the events and a $1 food coupon.
They can also purchase tickets early at the ticketing office.
• As a volunteer you will not have to pay to attend this event.

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“They can because they think they can.” APPRECIATION DINNER/INTERVIEWS
- Virgil

Appreciation Dinner/
Interviews

Thursday, January 10th
5:30 p.m.-7:00 p.m.
Taylor Cultural Hall

Purpose Instructions
We want to thank you for a job
well done with an appreciation • Come and share your
dinner held in honor of your experiences
service.
• Interviews will be held
for volunteer positions,
if needed, after the
Appreciation Dinner

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I-Rep Tasks

What’s your specific responsibility?

Registration

1. Greet New Students
2. Write their names on a nametag.
3. Find their complex and apartment number in your I-Rep binder. Write down their
I-Team Group number.
4. Invite them to audition for the Talent Show.

.

5. Write down their I-Team Mentors’ phone numbers.
6. Give them their wristband and schedule. Put the wristband on them. Explain that
the wristband gets them into the Talent Show that night and lunch the next day.
7. Put a colored sticker on their nametag according to what college they are in.

Clicker/

As a greeter, your job is to be welcoming and excited. Encourage students to share in
your enthusiasim. Make sure they are registered for GC. Invite them to live the Honor
Code by removing hats and observing the other dress and grooming standards.
If you are a clicker, only click for the new students, not for the volunteers or parents.
Return clickers and report numbers to Spencer or Elizabeth.

Roamers

Move around and find new students that look lost. Answer questions, help them
register to be a part of GC activites, help them move in and be a friend!

Hype Squad

Your job is to get all the new students excited by being enthusiastic! Dance around and
give students high fives. Get them pumped to be at the event!

Food

Help set up tables and pack lunches to set out during the New Student Lunch. Make
sure the students have a wristband.

Flag Bearers

For Academic Connections: Hold flag and lead groups of students to appropriate
locations.
For Living and Learning: Raise flag when a new student in your section has a
comment/question. Wait for your flag color to be called and then hand the mic to the

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New Student/
Parent Dining

Friday, January 4th
The Crossroads

Purpose Luau
These are the options for parents MC Grand Ballroom
and new students to eat on 5:30 - 7:30 PM
campus during Get Connected. Side Notes
• These meals are not free with

orientation.
• You are not required to attend.
• Chick Fil-A will also

be available during Get
Connected.

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FAQ’s

I-Team/Get Connected What is the purpose of an

Is Get Connected manda- I-Team?
tory? To introduce new students
Please be careful when to other new students, help
addressing this question! make friends, get acquainted to
First, stress the importance of BYU-Idaho, and build a support
attending Get Connected and system with current student
the great benefit it will be in their leaders to guide and answer
lives. We want them to go for the questions throughout the
right reasons. semester.

The official wording we are asked What does a group number
to use is: “All new students are mean?
expected to participate in Get The group number helps you
Connected.” Please avoid using find the I-Team that you are in.
any other language than this. Your group will have other new
students from your apartment
What is an I-Team? complex as well as members of
An I-Team is a group of new the opposite sex.
students from a designated
geographical boundary with two What are the some of the
current student leaders that will activities at Get Connected?
lead them through their BYU- Some examples are the New
Idaho Get Connected experience. Student Talent Show, Student
Services Tour, Academic
Where and when do I meet Connections and I-Night. At the
my I-Team? Student Services Tour, you get to
Your I-Team leaders will stop know campus and key student
by with a door flyer, letting services and eat free food. At
you know your group meeting I-Night, you will be able to have
location. You can also meet your fun with your friends that you
I-Team at the Meet Your I-Team made at Get Connected, and
session. Encourage new students meet current students. There will
to meet their I-Team as soon as be various activities throughout
possible. the BYU-I Center, Manwaring
Center, and Hart building.

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Where do you go to pay for Kimball. You don’t need your
I-Night? I-card the first week. You can use
You can pay for I-Night at the a picture ID and your I-Number.
door or purchase tickets at the
ticket office. The cost is $5, which What do I need to get my
gets you a $1 food coupon and a I-Card?
wristband that grants you access You will need to know
to the activities. your I-Number, and have a
government-issued photo ID.
What can parents attend? You must also be in compliance
Parents are invited to attend with the dress and grooming
all activities on Move-in Day. standards.
Parents stay at the BYU-Idaho
Welcome, while the new Where can I get my
students attend their Academic I-Number?
Connection. You can get your I-Number by
logging onto my.byui.edu. Click
I-Cards on the “Profile” tab and it is
located under “Personal Info.” It
Where do I get an I-Card? is a 9 digit number.
You can get your I-Card in
the MC 368/369 during Get Honor Code
Connected or in MC 1st floor.
What is inappropriate
When can I get my I-Card? footwear?
You can get your I-Card Flip flops and other casual
weekdays from 8:30-5:00. We footwear are inappropriate on
encourage students to get their campus. Refer to the Honor
I-Card during assigned free time Code, on page 14-15
during Get Connected or after
school starts. Do parents have to follow
the Dress and Grooming
Why do I need an I-Card? Standards during Get
You need your I-Card to buy your Connected?
books, make copies/print, check We encourage all parents, family,
out books at the library, take and guests to observe the dress
tests, eat at The Crossroads, at and grooming standards while
ticket events, and any time you on campus.
go to the Cashier’s Office in the

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On Campus Where can I pay my tuition?
You can pay your tuition online
Where do I buy my books? using an E-Check or most major
You can purchase your books in credit cards. You can also pay
the University Store located on your tuition in person at the
the first floor of the Manwaring Kimball Building. VISA is accepted
Center. online only.

Where is the ticket office? Where can I register for
The ticket office is located in the classes?
University Store. On my.byui.edu, click the “class
schedule” tab, and click “add/
Where is the Kimball drop”.
Building?
The Kimball building is next to How can I find out about
(east of) the Taylor Building. The weekly campus activities?
Taylor building has white bricks An e-mail goes out weekly on
and looks like a Church building. Thursdays to your student e-mail
account that tells about activities
Where and when is and events going on throughout
devotional? the week. There is also a web
Devotional is held every Tuesday calendar.
at 2:10 p.m. in the BYU-Idaho
Center. How do I find out what ward
I am in?
How can I find available jobs? Log into your mybyui.edu, click
You can find jobs on and off the “Profile” tab. It is under the
campus by visiting the Human “Personal Ward” section. Your
Resource website at www.byui. apartment manager will also
edu/humanresources. Select have this information.
Employment Opportunities.

Where is the Livestock
Center or Henry’s Fork
Property?
If you get on Main Street and
head West, it will be on the right
about 5 miles outside of town.

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“Leadership is action, not position.” STUDENT SERVICES
- Donald H. McGannon

Student Services

Every day
During various times
Kimball Building and MC

Student Services Hours Crossroads
(Kimball) Friday, September 14th (Limited)
Monday - Friday, during 11:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Orientation week Saturday, September 15th (Chick-
8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Fil-A)
Saturday, January 5th 11:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m.
9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
I-Card Distribution (MC 101) Chick-Fil-A
Friday, January 4th Friday, September 14th
8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. 11:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Saturday, January 5th Saturday, September 15th
9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. 11:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m.

30 University Store
Main Store
Friday, January 4th
8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Saturday, January 5th
10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

MC Market
Friday, January 4th
9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Saturday, January 5th
11:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.

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Saturday-Thursday, Students By 1 a.m. on Friday nights
should be in their own students should be in their

apartments by 12:00 a.m. own apartments.

Quiet hours are from Students should attend
10 p.m. to 8 a.m. and all Devotional Tuesday 2:10
dressed in Sunday best.
day Sunday.

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I-REP SCHEDULE

SCHEDULE
AND
TOOLS

GET CONNECTED COUNCIL

CONTACT INFORMATION

NAME TITLE CELL PHONE E-MAIL
Rebekah Peterson Director
Christy Parker Spirit Conference Coordinator
Josh Badger Spirit Conference Coordinator
Jessica Droppo Events Coordinator
Nate Droppo Events Coordinator
Addison Eaquinto IGL Coordinator
Mariia Shishmareva IGL Coordinator
Emily McCombie Recruitment Coordinator
Josh Patteson Recruitment Coordinator
Teia Patane I-Night Coordinator
Nathan Householder I-Night Coordinator


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