Lee J. Glines, Director
345 West North Temple Street
3 Triad Center, Suite 300
Salt Lake City, UT 84180
Telephone: (801) 933-9400
As the continuing education arm of the university in the Salt Lake Valley, the BYU Salt Lake Center offers courses through colleges and departments of the university. Most classes are held at night, making it possible for full-time and part-time students to take many of their required courses as well as general education and elective courses in Salt Lake City. Register for BYU Salt Lake Center classes by using the online registration screens on Route Y.
Students not admitted to Brigham Young University are welcome to take classes at the BYU Salt Lake Center provided they have earned a high school diploma (or passed the GED), are willing to live by the CES Honor Code and the BYU Dress and Grooming Standards, have received ecclesiastical endorsement, and have been cleared for enrollment at the center.
Students who are formally admitted to BYU's Bachelor of General Studies program are able to complete university core, religion, and many of their required emphasis courses at the Salt Lake Center. BGS admission gives registration eligibility for Salt Lake Center courses so no additional clearance is needed to enroll. For admission and program details, see the Bachelor of General Studies section.
The executive MPA (Master of Public Administration) program is offered at the center, allowing students to pursue a master's degree by attending classes one night each week while continuing to work during the day.
Class schedules for each semester or term are available at the Web address noted above, at the BYU Web site, or on online registration system screens. Print versions can be obtained by contacting the BYU Salt Lake Center or picking them up at the information desk in the Wilkinson Student Center, the Smoot Administration Building, or the Harman Continuing Education Building. BYU Salt Lake Center classes are also listed in the online BYU class schedules.