Never stop learning. The goal of BYU Continuing Education is to give everyone — kids, teens, young adults, adults — opportunities to learn, grow, build connections, and have fun.
At BYU Continuing Education, we’re on a mission to extend educational opportunities to you. Through conferences, workshops, camps, test prep courses, and classes, we help you lead a life of learning.
Perhaps you’ve heard of or participated in one of our programs — EFY, Women’s Conference, Education Week, Independent Study — but those are just the tip of the iceberg.
CE has great academic options. For high school students, we offer Independent Study and college entrance exam prep courses as well as immersive language camps, where students can earn high school or college credit.
University students can enroll in Independent Study or attend classes at the BYU Salt Lake Center — flexible, affordable ways to earn college credit — and take grad school exam prep courses.
We also support study by faith with adult religion classes, mission prep conferences, religious symposiums, and family history conferences.
We know that lifelong learning isn’t limited to the classroom. Have you ever wanted to be like Fred and Ginger? Grab your dancing shoes, because we host an adult ballroom dancing conference. If you’d rather stomp or plié, try out our tap dancing and clogging classes or our ballet workshop.
Is your child destined for stand-up comedy? We’ve got a workshop for that, too — one of many programs just for teens, which include writing camps, life skills conferences, and music and dance workshops.
And we haven’t forgotten the pre-teens, either; we offer creative dance classes, Girls Code camp, and science camps for kids ages 8 through 12.
Continuing your education is a lifelong endeavor. Wherever you are in life, whatever your interests, we can help you develop your skills.