The electronic continuing endorsement is an online form students must complete before meeting with their bishop for a continuing endorsement interview. Why do I need a new endorsement when I just got one? The endorsement needs to be renewed during the first semester of the assigned track. The endorsement previously completed may have been an admissions application endorsement and is only valid through the first semester of the assigned track. The continuing endorsement has to be renewed before you will be able to register for future classes.
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The electronic continuing endorsement is an online form students must complete before meeting with their bishop for a continuing endorsement interview. Why do I need a new endorsement when I just got one? The endorsement needs to be renewed during the first semester of the assigned track.
The endorsement previously completed may have been an admissions application endorsement and is only valid through the first semester of the assigned track. The continuing endorsement has to be renewed before you will be able to register for future classes. I am not LDS. Do I need an endorsement? I have to work on Sunday and cannot attend church? What should I do? You will need to visit with your bishop to discuss the situation.
I will be doing an internship this upcoming semester. A Continuing Ecclesiastical Endorsement is necessary for anyone representing the university through either coursework or other activities.
I am taking less than 12 credits. All BYU-Idaho students should have current endorsements. Does my campus bishop have to do my endorsement or can my home bishop do it? Students who are on campus must receive their continuing endorsement from their campus ward bishop. What if my bishop does not endorse me? You will not be able to register. If my university bishop will not endorse me, can I get my home bishop or another bishop to do it? Contact your bishop and make arrangements with him to do your endorsement as part of the reapplication process.
Does my stake president have to do my endorsement? Not the continuing endorsement. Where can I get a copy of the endorsement form? The process is completed only online. I tried to access the electronic endorsement but was unable to or it did not show the ward I actually attend. Holds go on the first semester of your assigned track for campus students, and every spring semester for online students.
What does this mean? It is time to renew your continuing ecclesiastical endorsement for your next semester. This hold only prevents you from registering for future classes.
I tried to register and was told that there was a hold on my record. You need to determine what kind of hold is placed on your record. Is it a financial, academic, Honor Code or continuing endorsement hold? You will need to contact the office that placed the hold and clear it up before you can register. I have submitted my part of the endorsement online but my bishop does not see my name in his ward queue.
He most likely is going to the wrong website. By entering the least information will help you select the correct ward. On the right side of the screen will come up all the Rexburg YSA wards, select the th ward and verify the name of the bishop is correct.
That way it will send it to that ward queue. I am an online student. Yes, online students are required to receive an annual ecclesiastical endorsement. You will receive an email reminder to have your endorsement renewed. You will also see an endorsement hold placed on your account that must be resolved before registering for classes.
Timeline for Continuing Ecclesiastical Endorsements All continuing students must renew their ecclesiastical endorsement every year between January 1 and the Save Your Spot date for Spring semester — generally a period of 2 months. Graduating students must also renew their ecclesiastical endorsement in order to participate in spring graduation commencement or receive their diploma. Any student who does not renew their ecclesiastical endorsement within the time outlined will have their spring semester classes dropped, will not be eligible to participate in spring graduation, and will receive a hold on their student account. The hold may be removed and the student may re-register for classes if the student obtains an endorsement after the deadline, but the student may be unable to register for classes or obtain housing if the opportunities have been filled.