During spring and/or summer term, high school graduates who are (or will be) actively pursuing a degree at another college or university are invited to be a part of the BYU community as non-degree-seeking students. While on campus, students in the program will enroll in college-level courses and also enjoy a wide range of BYU cultural and social experiences.
To be competitive for admission consideration as a visiting student, students will need:
- High school GPA of 2.5 or higher
- Composite ACT score of 18 or SAT of 860 (total of critical reading and math scores only)
- College/university GPA of 2.5 or higher
Admission and enrollment in the BYU Visiting Student Program does not in any way imply continued enrollment at BYU beyond summer term. Students wanting to pursue a degree at BYU must submit an application for undergraduate admission and meet the admission criteria in effect at the time of application.