Thursday, April 30, and Friday, May 1, 2020
We start both days in the Marriott Center at 9:00 a.m. Concurrent sessions are at 11:00 a.m., 12:30 p.m., and 2:00 p.m. The closing sessions begin at 3:45 p.m. and end at about 5:00 p.m. both days. The Marriott Center doors will open between 7:30 and 8:00 a.m. both days
If you register before March 27, your name badge and program will be mailed to you. If you register after March 27 you will need to pick up your name badge and program at Will Call before the conference or at the Marriott Center on the days of the conference. The program will be available online mid February.
Our registration office tries to be a quick as possible; however, we recommend online registration as the quickest, most convenient method.
Yes, there is no deferred payment plan. Our system is not able to accommodate partial payments.
I collected the money from my friends and sent one check.
If you paid by check for you and your group, each individual person will receive a refund check (minus any processing fees). It will be your responsibility to contact them to get your money from them.
I collected the money from my friends and used my credit card.
If you paid by credit card, the entire refund will go back to the credit card used (minus any processing fees), and you will be responsible to contact the others to refund them individually.
Your name badge is your ticket to the conference and the evening activities. If you lose your badge or leave it at home, a duplicate may be obtained for $5 at the Marriott Center or Wilkinson Center Memorial Lounge WC Information Desk upon verification of registration. Duplicate name badges will not be mailed.
You will be able to register at a 20% discount if you have an active BYU ID card. The cost is $48 for the full conference or $31 for one day. The discount is only available to BYU ID cardholders, and you must provide your ID card number upon registration. You can bring multiple cards, but only the names on the cards will be put on the badges. Online registration is not available with the 20% discount price.
Registration will be available
Faculty spouses can obtain an ID card at the Benefits Office (D-240A ASB) at no cost. Student spouses can get an ID at the ID Center (2310 WSC) at no cost. ID Center hours are 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. on weekdays and 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. on Saturdays.
Only current BYU students and current and retired BYU employees receive a discounted price if they have a current BYU ID (see above).
On-campus housing can be added as an option during the registration process. Details about all our housing options are available on our Housing page.
Cougar Cash cards (a.k.a. Signature Cards) are no longer available for BYU Women's Conference.
Yes, several rooms in on-campus housing are accessible to individuals in wheelchairs. Because of the limited availability, if a disabled person is part of a group, we cannot guarantee that the whole group will be accommodated according to the special needs of that one person; we can only guarantee that the special-needs participant and her roommate will be accommodated in special facilities (i.e., first floor, close to bathroom, etc.). These accommodations are limited, so please contact us as soon as possible. When registering for housing, please inform the registrar of the accommodations you need.
Tuition waivers cover the cost of conference tuition only, not housing, travel, food, or any other costs and are available until March 29. Tuition waiver recipients will not be notified until after April 5. To guarantee yourself a space in housing, you must register and pay in full for the conference and housing. If your tuition waiver is granted, we will refund you the conference fee.
Student Auxiliary Services will send you a room assignment by mid-April. If you don't receive it by April 24, call 801-422-5671. The information they send will specify where to check in when you arrive on campus.
We do not keep a waiting list. You can keep checking the website to see if any spaces have opened (by people who have canceled). When a spot is open, you are welcome to register for it; if you have already registered for the conference and wish to add available housing, log back into your account on our registration system or call 801-422-8925 with a credit card. All requests for housing, including group housing and roommate requests closes on Friday, April 12. Any remaining spaces will be sold on Wednesday, May 1 at the Cannon Center beginning at 3:00 p.m.
All conference activities, including the concerts and service projects, are open to registered conference participants. Your name badge is your ticket.
Visit our Special Accommodations page for more information.
We have made the hospitality teams part of our service component and have project leaders who create teams for each venue. If you would like to be considered as an alternate, please email your name, address, and phone number to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The conference does not have an official presenter application process. Presenters are invited by a committee in the fall. Be aware that presenters do not receive any compensation for speaking and are not allowed to promote any personal projects or products. If you would like to send information for the committee’s consideration, you can email us at email@example.com.
To protect the privacy of our presenters, we do not distribute their contact information to the public. You may, however, send a letter addressed as follows, and we will be happy to forward it on to her/him:
(Name of Presenter)
c/o BYU Women's Conference
161 Harman Continuing Education Building
Provo, UT 84602
Or, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know who you want to receive it.
Spring weather in Utah is unpredictable. The average high temperature in early May is 65°F; the average low is 40°F. Come prepared for changing weather and varying indoor room temperatures. You can find an online weather forecast at www.weather.com (use the zip code 84602).
Email email@example.com and we'll reply as soon as possible.