Seek not to declare my word, but first seek to obtain my word, and then shall your tongue be loosed; then, if you desire, you shall have my Spirit and my word, yea, the power of God unto the convincing of men.
—Doctrine & Covenants 11:21
Overnight Mission Ready participants will receive meals for the full program (Monday lunch through Friday dinner). Meals will be offered in one of BYU’s on-campus dining locations or through off-campus catering services. Detailed information will be available in the participant handbook.
Participants will be provided with on-campus housing Monday night through Friday night. Checkout is Saturday morning by 8:00 a.m.
You may request a roommate you already know, or you can choose to be assigned and make a new friend.
A camp counselor will be there for you and your new friends. You will have a wonderful time getting to know your counselor and will come to love and look up to him or her. The camp counselors are BYU students and returned missionaries, so feel free to ask any of them about their mission experiences. These camp counselors will also be great friends and mentors to you throughout the week.
Separate residence hall buildings are provided for girls and boys. Participants of the opposite sex are never allowed in your bedrooms. However, you can hang out with your new friends in the residence hall lobbies during free time.
A recommended packing list will be posted this spring.
Stay-at-Home participants will receive daily lunch and dinner Monday through Friday. Meals will be offered in one of BYU’s on-campus dining locations or through off-campus catering services. Detailed information will be available in the participant handbook.
On-campus housing is not provided for stay-at-home participants. Stay-at-home participants may visit the lobbies of on-campus residence halls with overnight participants during freetime.