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For five days in August (Monday-Friday, August 21-25), BYU professors, LDS seminary and institute instructors and experts from a variety of fields will teach 1,000 classes on topics such as marriage and family, communication, health, history, finance, personal development and a wide variety of gospel subjects at BYU’s Campus Education Week, one of the largest continuing education programs in the country.

“He that receiveth light and continueth in God receiveth more light,” the theme for this year, is taken from the Doctrine and Covenants section 50 verse 24. Classes will focus on strengthening the soul, increasing knowledge and helping attendees to bless the lives of others.

Elder Lynn G. Robbins of the Presidency of the Seventy of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, will speak at the Education Week Devotional on Tuesday, August 22, at 11:10 a.m. in the Marriott Center. The devotional is free and open to the public.

Information on class schedules, registration and fees, day and overnight parking, shuttles, and more is available at Registration is now available for the week, a day, or individual mornings, afternoons, or evenings.

Youth Classes and Dance: Education Week features 45 classes specifically for youth ages 14-18. Registered youth can also attend the Education Week dance held on Thursday evening at the south-end concourse of LaVell Edwards Stadium. Admission to the dance is $5 and must be paid in advance.

Legal Education Credit: The J. Reuben Clark Law Society and Campus Education Week will host classes eligible for continuing legal education credit. Participants must check with their respective state bars for verification that the classes will be accepted as CLE credit.


  • Pricing: $24-75. Partial day (morning, afternoon, evening), full day, senior and full week tuition options available. Children under the age of 14 (including infants) will not be admitted. Prices increase for at-the-door purchases. 
  • Online: (online registration closes August 19)
  • By Phone: Call 877.221.6716 weekdays between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m.
  • In Person/By Mail: BYU Harman Continuing Education Building (120 HCEB, 770 E. University Pkwy, Provo, UT 84602), weekdays between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m.
  • On the days of the conference:
    • Monday, Aug. 21: from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m., at the northeast concourse of the Marriott Center and in the Wilkinson Student Center Garden Court.
    • Tuesday-Friday, Aug. 22-25: from 7:30 a.m. to 8:30 p.m., at the Wilkinson Student Center, and from 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., at the Marriott Center.

Volunteer in Exchange for Registration: During Campus Education Week, 600 volunteers are typically needed to serve as hosting staff. Volunteers serve a shift of about 4 hours each day, Tuesday-Friday, in an assigned room and building. Volunteers receive a complimentary Monday-Friday registration in exchange for their service. Volunteer registration is available online:

Evening Performances: Education Week participants have the opportunity to purchase tickets to attend three arts performances at the BYU Harris Fine Arts Center on Tuesday through Friday evenings. 

Performance tickets are $12 each and go on sale on Wednesday, July 5, at 9:00 a.m. mountain time. Tickets can be purchased at the BYU Ticket Office at 801.422.2981, in person at the Marriott Center Ticket Office or the BYU Fine Arts Ticket Office, or online at The general public is welcome to purchase tickets to any of the performances without registering for Education Week. Tickets for any remaining seats may also be purchased in person during Education Week.

  • Brigadoon is Lerner & Loewe’s romantic musical about two American tourists who stumble upon the enchanted village of Brigadoon — a place that materializes for only one day each century. When Tommy falls in love with Fiona, a young woman from Brigadoon, he finds that “if ye love someone deeply, anythin’ is possible.” This classic show is pure magic under the stars! A SCERA production.
  • Inspirational Broadway with Dallyn Vail Bayles and Sandra Turley is an evening of musical stories from Broadway and beyond. These acclaimed vocalists and actors, whose credits include Broadway tours of Les Misérables, present both well-known and new inspiring show tunes that will move you to laughter and tears. A must see!
  • The American Piano Quartet are world-famous pianists who take the stage and together perform remarkable music using two grand pianos. Quartet members Robin Hancock, Scott Holden, Del Parkinson and Jeffrey Shumway will delight the audience as they play selections from a wide variety of composers. A fabulous evening of entertainment!

MTC Open House: Education Week participants will also be able to attend an open house of the newly expanded Missionary Training Center (MTC) in Provo from August 21 through 25. The open house is available to the general public from July 31 through August 19. For general public ticket information go to For tour information during Education Week please visit