Admission & Registration

Admission & Registration

Undergrad Admissions

Undergrad Admissions
If you are a degree-seeking undergraduate student, contact Undergraduate Admissions.

Graduate Admissions

Graduate Admissions
If you are a degree-seeking graduate student, contact Graduate Admissions.

Students with Disabilities

Students with Disabilities
Accommodation information is available from Disability Support Services.

Your Address – Your Responsibility

Your Address – Your Responsibility
Update your mailing address via Vandal Web.

Registration Opens 7:00 pm March 31, 2014

New Students

Students already admitted for fall 2013 may start classes in the summer if they wish. A phone call to the Admissions Office (208) 885-6326 to switch the starting term is all it takes.

Current & Returning Students

Students who have attended the University of Idaho any term, in the last two years, and who are in good academic standing, may register for summer courses through the first day of the class which they are attending. Like fall and spring semesters, registration may be done online. View course offerings by going to the Summer Class Schedule.  See Tuition & Fees for posted registration deadlines and applicable late fees.

Visiting and Non-Degree Seeking Students

Students who are seeking degrees from other colleges or universities should check with their respective institution on the possibility of transferring credit earned at the University of Idaho.

Nondegree-seeking students or teachers seeking re-certification credit may apply online (no transcript required).  However, summer session enrollment does not constitute admission to the University of Idaho as a degree-seeking student.

International Students

Applicants whose native language is not English must present a minimum TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) score of 525 or equivalent. Visit the Admissions International Student Language Requirement page for a list of other acceptable/approved TOEFL equivalencies. Arrangements to take the TOEFL may be made online at www.toefl.org or by writing directly to TOEFL, Educational Testing Service, P.O. Box 899, Princeton, NJ 08540.

High School Students

Summer session provides high school students with an excellent opportunity to take courses at the University that can count toward a high school diploma plus earn nondegree college credit. High school students interested in dual enrollment options should talk with their high school guidance counselor. For more information on this program, visit the Dual Credit site.

Credit Transfer

Always check with your institution about transferring credits earned through the University of Idaho.
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