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Distance Learning

 


Official Announcement:

BYU–Hawaii Distance Learning to be replaced by BYU-Pathway Worldwide

Due to changes in the Church Educational System, BYU–Hawaii's Distance Learning Program will be replaced by BYU-Pathway Worldwide programs. BYU-Pathway Worldwide is now available in many parts of the Pacific and Asia. However, we know that it is still not available in all countries. BYU–Hawaii Distance Learning will continue to accept applicants in countries where BYU-Pathway Worldwide is not available, as follows:

Fall 2019 Semester: Students who completed classes in the Spring 2019 semester may continue to register for classes. Only students from the following countries may apply:

Bangladesh
Bhutan
Brunei
China
Cook Islands
East Timor
Hong Kong
Indonesia
Kyrgyzstan
Laos
Macau
Malaysia

Maldives
Myanmar
Myanmar
Nauru
Nepal
New Caledonia
Niue
North Korea
Pakistan
Palau
Pitcairn Islands
Singapore

Solomon Island
South Korea
Sri Lanka
Taiwan
Tajikistan
Thailand
Tokelau
Tuvalu
Vietnam
Wallis and Futuna

 

 

If your country is not listed, BYU-Pathway Worldwide should be available in your area. Please visit the following websites to find out more information.

BYU-Pathway Worldwide
CES English Connect


DISTANCE STUDENTS


BYU–Hawaii Distance Learning is committed to help students across the South Pacific and Asia. BYU–Hawaii Distance Learning courses are designed to:


Help students prepare to attend BYU–Hawaii.
Provide educational opportunities for students while in their homelands.
Help students become proficient in English.

Students

 

One of the great blessings of a BYU–Hawaii education is the spiritually edifying BYU–Hawaii experience. While we are unable to bring the complete BYU–Hawaii campus to our distance students, we try to provide as much of that experience as possible. We do this by providing the same high quality admissions, advising, and registrar support given to on-campus students.

BYU–Hawaii Distance Learning students benefit from a highly collaborative learning environment. BYU–Hawaii takes this collaboration to another level through video interaction. This helps our students and teachers know each other better and see each other as more than just text on a screen. Whether it be through one-on-one Skype tutoring in our English as an International Language courses, or by submitting a video in a course discussion, we want our students to interact with each other and their teachers through text and video.