Yes. This camp has the traditional BYU youth camp structure with same age and sex participants forming groups of 8 to 10 per counselor and then combining male and female groups into teams of 16 to 20 youth.
Absolutely. This camp is designed for all youth who appreciate BYU's high standards, friendliness, and excellent learning environment. The camp staff and instructors are LDS, as are most of the participants. However, we encourage a respectful attitude toward all religious beliefs.
If you have ever registered for a BYU Continuing Education program (EFY, PowWow, Education Week, Dance Camps, etc.), you most likely have a BYU Continuing Education user ID. You may also call BYU Continuing Education's registration office at 801-422-8925 (toll free, 1-877-221-6716) to see if you have a BYU Continuing Education User ID.
This link will take you to the log-in page. Below the log-in boxes are "Forgot User ID?" and "Forgot password?" links. Click on these to retrieve your BYU Continuing Education user ID and/or password. If you have any trouble with this process, call Registration at 801-422-8925 or toll-free 1-877-221-6716.
You may print a copy of the confirmation page when you finish registering. You can log into your account and print it, or request an electronic copy by calling Registration at 801-422-8925 or toll free 1-877-221-6716.
This can be done anytime during registration and up to two weeks before your session begins. All roommate information needs to be finalized before registration closes for the session for which you are registered.
To add, delete, or change your roommate preference, log into your account, click "edit/transfer," click on "housing," then change your roommate preference. All roommate information should be finalized before registration closes for the session for which you are registered (midnight of the Sunday two weeks before your session begins). Please see our policies page for further information on roommates.
Transferring from one session to another simply moves your registration to a different session and applies your registration fees to it. There is no additional charge for transferring sessions as long as it is completed online.
Withdrawing from a session means you are no longer enrolled in a Habits for Life camp session. You will receive a tuition refund minus a nonrefundable withdrawal fee. This fee will be charged for each withdrawal from a session. If you accidentally withdraw from a session, or if you withdraw and re-enroll (instead of transferring), please contact us at 801-422-4701.
Yes. All withdrawals and transfers must be completed 30 days before the session begins. After that deadline we will not accept any new transfers to or from a session, or withdrawals from a session. Please check the calendar to find out when your deadline is, and write it down. We cannot make exceptions for those who misunderstand the time and date of the deadline.
PLEASE NOTE: If you select "Withdraw" instead of "Transfer," you will not be transferred. You will simply be removed from the session and refunded your money, minus a withdrawal fee.
If you have any trouble with the transfer process, call BYU Continuing Education Registration at 801-422-8925 or toll free 1-877-221-6716. The staff can answer your questions and complete the transfer for you.
We encourage the use of cell phones for participating in our social media giveaways and to post pictures. However, we DO NOT permit cell phone use during inappropriate times. Inappropriate cell phone use would be during any of the following:
Classes. This can be distracting to other students and is not courteous to the teacher.
Any organized meeting with the camp, such as Morning Motivationals, devotionals, guest speakers, when the session director or counselor coordinators are addressing the camp, etc.
Any organized activity that requires your full attention and participation.
Appropriate cell phone use would be during the following:
Wednesday hike (if using it as a camera)
Please take precautions when bringing and carrying cell phones. We are not responsible if one is lost or stolen. Any youth who does not feel comfortable bringing a cell phone will still be able to participate in giveaways and social media through his or her counselor.
All students shall be required to conduct themselves in a manner consistent with the principles of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and the BYU Honor Code. Furthermore, all students staying in university-contracted housing are required to abstain from possessing, serving, or consuming alcoholic beverages, tobacco, tea, coffee, and harmful drugs. Involvement with gambling, pornographic, erotic or indecent material, disorderly, obscene or indecent conduct or expressions, or with other offensive materials, expressions or conduct or disruption of the peace which, in the sole discretion and judgment of the university, is inconsistent with the principles of the Church and the BYU Honor Code is not permitted in student housing. All guests of students must comply with the Residential Living Standards while on the premises of university-contracted housing.