Come join us and immerse yourself in a learning environment like no other. Professors and other experts present in nearly 1,000 classes across BYU campus. From health and wellness to relationships to spiritual growth, this event will rejuvenate and strengthen you to better manage the challenges of life.
Elder Quentin L. Cook will speak at the Education Week Devotional on Tuesday, August 16, at the Marriott Center, with viewing options also available on BYUtv.org and other channels.
Monday–Friday (five full days): $87
Tuesday–Friday (four full days): $77
One Day Only—Monday (8:30 a.m.–4:05 p.m.): $28
One Day Only—Tuesday–Friday (8:30 a.m.–9:25 p.m.): $36
Individual room registrations July 22–August 5 (if space is still available)
The class schedule booklet will be available online in just a few weeks, so stay tuned. The app will be available in early August. Classes will cover many topics for a variety of life stages, so bring your family and friends to join in the fun!
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