Hours: 8 a.m.-5 p.m. M-F
Greetings from Elder and Sister Benjamin! What a joy it is to be on the BYU-Idaho campus as part of the dedicated Pathway team. Our assignment as full-time Pathway Missionary Coordinators is to serve all of you wonderful Pathway missionaries. We do this from the beginning as you start the process of entering the program. If you encounter any problems, don't hesitate to contact us for assistance.
Step 1: Complete Forms
Step 2: Set Up a BYU-Idaho Username and Password
In order to access important university systems, you need to generate a BYU-Idaho username and password.
Step 3: Complete the Pathway Missionary Initial Training Course
This course has been developed to help you gain a comprehensive overview of the program as well as your role within it. You will learn about how Pathway began, Pathway's purpose in educating Latter-day Saint youth, how to effectively recruit new students, and much more. Many missionaries have commented that this training has been one of the most beneficial aspects of their preparation to serve. Please make a goal to complete the training within two weeks of starting it.
Step 4: Mission Control
Mission Control is an online information warehouse designed specifically for Pathway missionaries. It is set up to assist you with your ongoing work in the program. It contains additional training materials, Pathway policies, effective recruitment tactics, order forms for marketing materials, application & registration spreadsheets, and more. Mission Control will be your go-to resource throughout the duration of your mission. For anything Pathway-related you may be wondering about or interested in — it is likely housed in Mission Control.
Step 5: Download a Compatible Browser
Online systems and databases are generally designed to work in any Internet browser; however, it is important to have more than one Internet browser available on your computer. This way, if a page doesn't function properly in one browser, you can try another. To download an additional Internet browser for free, click one or more of the following links. (Note: Most BYU-Idaho systems do not work well when using Internet Explorer.)