A wide variety of music, business, education, family, religion and youth classes will be offered during the annual Campus Education Week at Brigham Young University Aug. 18-21.

Preregistration tuition for a full-event ticket, which includes classes Aug. 18-21, is $29 for the general public and $26 for senior citizens. Full-event tickets for mornings, afternoons or evenings only are $13.Preregistration can take place either through the mail before Aug. 7 or in person at 278 Harman Building, 378-2087, before July 23. Beginning July 27, walk-in preregistration will take place in the BYU Conference Center registration area, and the deadline for preregistration is Aug. 13.

Preregistration is also offered on the Internet at (http://coned.byu.edu/ed/edweek.htm) through Aug. 13.

At-the-door registration for a full-event ticket is $35 for general admission, $32 for senior citizens and $15 for mornings only, afternoons only and evenings only. Registration fees for one-day tickets are $14 for one day and $7 for one morning, one afternoon and one evening only.

At-the-door registration will begin Monday, Aug. 17, at the Wilkinson Center Garden Court or the Marriott Center northeast ticket booth from 7:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.

Select Education Week sessions will be broadcast via church satellite and KBYU-TV (Channel 11) from 5-9 p.m. Mountain Daylight Time Aug. 18-21. These broadcasts will include Elder Russell M. Nelson of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles; John Bytheway, part-time faculty in Religious Education at BYU; Gerald Lund, zone administrator for the Church Educational System; and Robert Millet, dean of Religious Education at BYU.

Volunteer hosts and hostesses are also being sought for Campus Education Week. In exchange for four and a half hours of hosting each day, participants will be able to spend the other five-and-a-half hours choosing from more than 1,000 classes; shorter shifts are also available. For more information, call (801) 378-5370 and ask for Carol or Lori.

In its 76th year, Campus Education Week appeals to teenage and adult interests. More than 200 faculty members, 500 volunteers and hundreds of BYU employees combine to make this activity at BYU the largest single-event adult education program in the United States.