What does the Mentored Seat button on my registration screen do?
The mentored seat button at the bottom of the term/semester registration takes the you to a list of courses in which First-Year Mentoring has reserved seats for first-year students.
Who can register for a Seat?
Any student attending BYU in their first year can utilize one of these reserved seats. Even those who have served missions are still eligible if they have not completed 2 semesters of coursework.
What courses have Mentored Seats?
There are various courses to choose from. You should be able to find 1-2 courses that fit your schedule and interests. Available courses differ from term to term and semester to semester. Here are a few to give you an idea:
- American Heritage
- Writing 150 (First-Year Writing)
- Biology 100
- Psychology 111
- Chemistry 105
- Math 110
- History 201 – World Civilizations
- Music 101- Learn to listen to music creatively
- SFL 210 – Human Development
To see a complete list for any given term/semester, go to MyMAP and click on the “Mentored Seats” on the Registration tab.
How Do I Register?
A student may register for a mentored seat by clicking on the “Mentored Seats” button in myMAP on the Registration tab under the term/semester the student is registering. In the new screen, the drop down menus are used to select “mentoring” and the course the student wishes to take.