BYU Campus Education Week enters 91st year

Published: Wednesday, Aug. 14 2013 5:00 a.m. MDT

All classes are first-come, first-seated. With some drawing more attendees, Payne said that if a room gets past capacity, they have a video overflow and can do a live stream of the class over campus cable. But along with that, Education Week faculty has said that people who opted to go to a different class were just as happy with the alternative.

“It’s easy to understand why so many people write letters of thanks to these presenters,” Payne said. “I feel really good about this year.”

Attendees can register by telephone, Internet, mail or in person. It is slightly cheaper to pre-register, but Payne said, “We don’t limit registration. If people feel so inclined even the day of, they can come on down.” At-the-door registration takes place in the Wilkinson Student Center Garden Court or the Marriott Center Northwest Ticket Booth.

All attendees are required to uphold BYU standards of dress and conduct while participating in Education Week.

For more information on Education Week, schedules and frequently asked questions, visit or call the Education Week office at 801-422-6214.

Kate Sullivan is an intern at the Deseret News with Features and Mormon Times. She is a student at Brigham Young University. Email:

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