Payment Options

Payment Options

Payment

All payments are due prior to, or on, the first day of class for which a student is enrolled.

Students who register for classes at least two weeks prior to the start of a session will, when possible, receive mailed billing notification.

It is the responsibility of each enrolled student to activate their VandalMail account. All official University Communication is sent to your University of Idaho Vandal Email account. You must also notify the University of current mailing and permanent address. You may update your address information on VandalWeb.

Late fees begin on the second day of scheduled classes for any session. All late registrations are subject to a $50 late fee. Students who cannot make payment or furnish proof of financial aid by the date indicated should contact Student Accounts at (208) 885-7447.

Payment Options Available

Credit card payments for fees, tuition, and room and board are not accepted at the cashier’s window; these payments need to be made online. The University of Idaho assesses a 2.5% fee on credit card payments of student fees, tuition, and room and board. The fee will not apply to family housing or incidental charges, like parking tickets, health center charges, etc. that are paid by credit card at the cashier’s window. The University’s Web check application allows customers to pay online with a checking account and is not subject to the 2.5% fee.

If an agency is to be billed for fees, the billing authorization should be sent to the Student Accounts/Cashiers Office. (If you are responsible for a portion of the fees, you must also pay your portion of the fees prior to the payment deadline. The billing authorization should accompany your portion of the fees.) In the case of reciprocal education agreement forms, the form must be presented at the time of fee payment, prior to the payment deadline.

Students intending to pay with financial aid funds can confirm this, using VandalWeb the student registration system.

For complete information, visit the Student Accounts website or contact them at (208) 885-7447 or acctrec@uidaho.edu.

Please Note:
During summer, as in fall and spring, students are not dropped for failure to pay fees. Make sure to drop courses when there has been a change of plans. Failure to drop courses can result in students being billed and graded for courses.

Outstanding Obligations

All fees and outstanding obligations from previous semesters must be paid in full prior to registering for summer session. Fees may be paid in person at the cashier windows in the Student Union Building (SUB), or a personal check or money order may be mailed to:

Student Accounts
875 Perimeter Drive, MS 4250
Moscow, ID 83844-4250