Dean: Wayne J. Lott
Associate Dean: Kenneth W. Anderson
Associate Dean: Darin R. Oviatt
Assistant to the Dean—Financial Services: Jonathan S. Spackman
Assistant to the Dean—Assessment: Jeff E. Hoyt
Assistant to the Dean—Compliance: R. Neil Carlile
The purpose of the Division of Continuing Education is to provide educational programs and university services for part-time and off-campus students. These educational opportunities also assist regular daytime students. The same university standards required of regular day students apply to those enrolled through the Division of Continuing Education while they are on campus.
Organization. Continuing Education programs represent BYU. Continuing Education departments and the BYU Salt Lake Center description will be distinguished in the material that follows.
Noncredit classes are open to anyone who abides the standards and has the desire and necessary ability.
Credit classes are open to ecclesiastically endorsed:
Students who have been suspended from Brigham Young University or any other institution of higher learning for any reason are not eligible to register in Continuing Education credit classes until such suspension is cleared.
Enrollment Limitations. Persons enrolling in credit courses offered by the Division of Continuing Education who are officially admitted to the university can take any courses offered to a maximum of 18 credit hours per semester (9 hours per term). All others, twenty-three years of age and older, who have not been formally admitted to the university are limited to a maximum of 8.5 credit hours per semester (4 hours during spring or summer term). Contact the Division of Continuing Education for any additional conditions of enrollment.
Student Responsibility. Acceptance in a Continuing Education course does not constitute acceptance by BYU or any other university on a degree-seeking basis. It is the student's responsibility to gain admission to the university of his or her choice as a degree-seeking student through the normal procedures. At BYU students may accomplish this through the Office of Admissions.
Note: Non-matriculated students enrolled in the Division of Continuing Education would not be eligible for university employment, housing, or financial aid except for that assistance available to part-time students through the Division of Continuing Education.