To register for BYU in service credit:

  1. Locate OR create your Net ID, which is your BYU personal identification to track your official documentation.
    • You will use your Net ID each time you apply for BYU credit and access your transcripts.
    • If you have ever attended BYU, it is important to locate your existing Net ID. Learn why and how below.
    • If you do not have a Net ID, create one.
  2. Register for BYU credit through BYU Conferences and Workshops.
    • Register before the first day of class.
    • Online Registration: Go to Sign in with your BYU account information. Under "Academic", choose your endorsement and then your specific course.
    • Phone Registration: Call the conferences workshops registration team at (801) 422-8925. Specify the course you want to purchase.
  3. Go to myBYU and log in using your Net ID and password. View your transcript by clicking on "View Grades and Academic Progress" under the "Personal Information" heading on the left sidebar. Three to four weeks after each semester, check your transcript to confirm proper credit is given. You will need to request an official transcript to apply for the endorsement when you complete your coursework.

Locating Your Account

If you have ever attended BYU you probably have an account. If you are unsure, try all the methods below. Creating a duplicate account will result in you having two transcripts. Merging them can only be done by you and is a laborious process.

If you are unable to sign in but you remember your Net ID and your security questions:

  1. Go to myBYU.
  2. Click "Need help logging in?"
  3. Click "Enter your Net ID".
  4. Type in your Net ID.
  5. Answer the security question.
  6. Check your recovery email for a password reset verification code.
  7. Enter the verification code from your email.
  8. Create a new password that meets the requirements, and click "Continue" to finish.

If you are unable to sign in and you do not remember your Net ID or your security questions:

  1. Go to myBYU.
  2. Click "Need help logging in?"
  3. Click "Enter your Recovery Email".
  4. Type in your recovery email.
  5. Check your recovery email for a login information request.
  6. Follow the directions in the email to recover your account.

If the above options do not work for you, please contact the Office of Information Technology at (801) 422-4000.