American Leadership Academy

BYU-Idaho Grant

BYU-Idaho Grant

BYU-Idaho Grant

To be evaluated for the BYU-Idaho Grant, students must complete the BYU-Idaho Grant Application and corresponding FAFSA by March 1st.





Student has earned less than 12 BYU-Idaho credits and less than 24 transfer college credits earned post-high school graduation.

Evaluated based upon high school GPA at the time of evaluation.

Freshmen Students

Incoming freshmen with at least a 3.8 high school GPA at the time of evaluation (March 1) will likely be awarded at least a partial grant if they apply by the March 1, 2023, deadline. ACT/SAT scores will no longer be used to evaluate academic achievement.

Academic Information

BYU-Idaho operates year-round with three distinct 14-week semesters: Fall, Winter, and Spring. Each student is admitted to a track consisting of two semesters: Fall/Winter, Winter/Spring, or Spring/Fall. The two semesters of the students’ track are when they will enroll in classes. The semester that is not on their track is considered a Flex Semester where students have many options. A student’s track remains with them for the duration of their time at BYU Idaho. Students may be assigned to any of the three tracks. Some students will be assigned to begin in the second semester of a track (example: assigned Spring/Fall track starting in the Fall). Others may be admitted starting in a semester other than the first available semester indicated (example: available Fall, assigned Winter/Spring track starting in the Winter).

    • 87 Bachelor’s Degree
    • 11 Online Bachelor’s Degrees
    • 20 Associate Degrees
    • 7 Online Associate Degrees

Prospective & Admitted Student Tour

Prospective & Admitted Student Tours are for: Students considering or admitted to BYU-Idaho and students who have applied but have not yet been admitted to BYU-Idaho.

Virtual Tour

If you are unable to come to campus for a live tour visit: