NDSP Application Form (New Students)

APPLICATION FORM FOR NEW APPLICANTS: Please be sure to complete all required sections. Incomplete forms will not be accepted and will delay your application. Once submitted your application will be reviewed and confirmation of your acceptance to the NDSP will be sent via email. Accepted applicants will be required to complete additional requirements before registering for classes.
Section 1 - Applicant's Information
Semester Applying For
Students must re-apply if more than one (1) semester is unattended in between enrollment.
 
Mailing Address
Street Address Is Same As Mailing Address
Street Address
Please select the status that applies to you
Emergency Contact
In case of emergency, please contact
Mailing Address
Section 2 - Applicant's Commitment

I have read and discussed the BYU-Hawaii Honor Code with my ecclesiastical leader. I understand what the Honor Code is and what my obligations are. • I agree that the university may obtain confidential recommendations from church leaders and high school counselors concerning my application for admission and hereby waive any right I may have under university policies or federal or state laws to examine confidential recommendations received by the university. • I also agree to allow the university to supply information relative to my BYU-Hawaii academic or financial records to appropriate federal/state agencies or parents/guardians when needed. • I hereby certify all statements in this application are complete and true and acknowledge that my admission and my continuing status are conditional on such completeness and truthfulness. • I also understand that: - I will be held accountable to the same academic standards as degree-seeking BYU-Hawaii students, coming through admissions. - Non-degree seeking students are not eligible for: on-campus housing, student jobs at BYUH, student jobs the Polynesian Cultural Center or any other church entities, student medical insurance, university scholarships, Pell Grant or other Federal Government student loan programs. - Student’s ecclesiastical endorsement must be current during the time of their attendance at BYUH. The endorsement must be renewed and re-submitted every year prior to expiration. - Students are able to take up to 6 credit hours per semester. An approval via Educational Outreach is required if the amount of credits exceed the maximum. The tuition charge will be per credit and tuition benefit is available only for those who are full-time employees and their dependents whom are determined eligible by BYUH Human Resource Office (HR). It is the applicant’s responsibility to submit the form to HR Office at the beginning of every semester they attend. - Non-degree seeking students who wish to become an undergraduate degree-seeking student at BYUH must contact the office of Admissions to apply as a regular student. Caveat: Subject to Changes

Agreement
Section 3 - Demographics and Additional Information
Citizenship
Visa Status (If selected "NON-U.S with a current VISA)
Ethnicity: Please check the box that best describes you *
Do you have a CES NET ID? *
I am new to using BYU-H campus? *
I have attended CCH or Brigham Young University Institution (Provo, Hawaii or Idaho) in the past?
SECTION 4 - REQUIREMENTS
Please answer the following questions *
I am at least 18 years old
Yes
No
I am a resident of the state of Hawaii (Proof of residency required)
Yes
No
I have submitted a current copy of my ecclesiastical endorsement. (Not applicable to BYUH employees)
Yes
No
I am currently on academic suspension from BYU-Hawaii
Yes
No
I am currently on an Honor Code suspension from BYU-Hawaii
Yes
No
I am currently on probation with, disfellowshipped or excommunicated from, or voluntarily disaffiliated from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. (Applicants are inadmissible until reinstated to full fellowship.)
Yes
No
I am affiliated with a church or other religious group that advocates the current practice of plural marriage.
Yes
No
I am current on probation, parole, or under restriction with any court, or have ever been convicted of a crime(other than a traffic violation).
Yes
No
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