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BYU Engineering COVID-19 Updates
COVID-19 updates for BYU College of Engineering students, faculty, and staff
University Resources
BYU-wide announcements, resources, and FAQs are updated at the links below:
College of Engineering Resources
Ways to Help
UPDATED November 24, 2020
Students, faculty, and staff: Check your email for the most up-to-date announcements from the college and BYU.
Building Access
Per BYU policy , students, employees and visitors to campus are required to wear face masks inside all university buildings. Face masks must cover both the nose and the mouth.  Plastic face shields do not meet this requirement.

Updated hours will be in place for all College of Engineering buildings (B-66, CB, CTB, EB, ERL, SNLB) starting November 25, 2020:

Thanksgiving Break
  • Wednesday, Nov. 25: 7 AM - 6 PM (Clyde Building is open 2 PM - 6 PM due to power outage)
  • Thursday, Nov. 26 - Saturday, Nov. 28: Closed
Remainder of Fall Semester
  • Nov. 30 - Dec. 17: Monday - Saturday 7 AM - 6 PM
Semester Break
  • Dec. 18 - Jan. 9: Closed
Students who need access to buildings outside of these hours need to work with their department office or faculty advisor . All full-time faculty, full-time staff, and part-time non-student staff already have after-hours card access to the building containing their offices. Should they need access to another building or if they have students who will need after-hours access, they need to start working with their department secretaries now. Please note that the CB and EB after-hours access is combined.

Note: Sunday building hours are determined by local church leaders.
Limited Public Hours
College Offices

Dean's Office - EB
Closed until January 11, 2021. Email .

    Student Services - EB
    Closed until January 11, 2021. Email .
    • Advisement
    • Career Services
    • Weidman Center


    Check with your department for updated hours. .
    BYU Counseling and Psychological Services team remains available to provide counseling to you regardless of where you are. Find information at .

    We are grateful to many alumni and students who have reached out inquiring about ways they can help use their unique engineering knowledge and resources to help fight the COVID-19 pandemic.

    One effort to help combat COVID-19 that is currently underway is the creation of 3D-printed protective masks for first responders. Visit the link below to find opportunities and resources to get you started.

    If you do end up joining in any of these organized efforts, we’d love to see photos of your machinery, process, etc. to help showcase the effort of our talented students and alumni. Send those to or via our Facebook and Instagram pages (@byuengineering).


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    March 19, 2020 - Resources & Help from the Dean
    March 13, 2020 - Message from the Dean
    March 12, 2020 - Class Cancellation & Remote Instruction