Statement of Nondiscrimination
Admission to Brigham Young University is nondiscriminatory. The university admits persons
regardless of race, color, national origin, religion, age, gender, veteran status, or
disability who meet university and department academic requirements and agree to abide
by the universitys standards of conduct and behavior.
Reservation of Right to Change Courses
The university makes every reasonable effort to provide accurate
information in the contents of this catalog but reserves the right to make changes at
any time without prior notice. The university reserves the right to change or
discontinue graduation requirements, department majors, individual courses,
instructors, and all other aspects of university operations. In the event the
university determines to make changes in curriculum, it will post these changes
as soon as practical at http://ar.byu.edu/catalog/ ugrad_catalog.html. It is
recommended that students regularly check this site for possible changes.
If colleges or majors are discontinued, or if substantial changes in requirements for degrees
are made, the university will endeavor to allow students disadvantaged by the change to continue
under existing programs and requirements. As a general rule, these types of substantial changes
will only be made effective each fall semester.
The university may place a hold on a students registration privileges
if the student neglects academic work or makes unsatisfactory progress toward graduation.