The MyMap system is what BYU students use to plan, organize, and register courses.
MyMap combines the most useful features of the progress report with course descriptions from the catalog, scheduling information from the most recent class schedules, sequencing recommendations from the Major Academic Plans (MAPs), and registration—all of the tools necessary to create a comprehensive academic plan leading to graduation.
While MyMap is a helpful tool to plan out an academic career, it is not the official progress report for graduation. Please review your progress report or university catalog to see complete graduation requirements.
Waitlists: Allows students to add themselves to a waiting list for classes that are full in the event an opening comes up later. Students can see their own waitlist classes on their MyMap page.
Cart: Allows students to pre-register for classes. At 6pm the night before a students class registration officially opens, the Cart will immediately attempt to register the student for as many classes as possible. Once that is completed, an email will be sent to the student notifying them of classes that were successfully registered and classes that were NOT successfully registered. This allows students to focus on registering for alternate classes when registration officially opens for them.
MyMap can be accessed through myBYU or directly at: https://home.byu.edu/webapp/mymap/welcome.htm
There is no charge for use of this service.
Instructions, tutorials, and more help with MyMap are available at the MyMap site: mymap.byu.edu
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