How Much Will My College Education Cost?
Please check the University of Idaho Financial Aid website for the current cost of attendance.
Check out our Net Price Calculator!!
Net price is the difference between the “sticker” price (full cost) to attend a specific college, minus any grants and scholarships for which students may be eligible. Sticker price includes direct charges (tuition and fees, *room and board) and indirect costs (books and supplies, transportation, and personal expenses). Try it now
* Please be aware that the University of Idaho in Coeur d'Alene does not offer room and board opportunities (residence halls, fraternities, sororities, student apartments, etc..). In using the net price calculator, keep in mind you how much money you require to pay any personal housing bills you might have.
Student Financial Aid Services works with federal and private programs to help students fund their education, including scholarships, grants, loans, work-study or a combination of these programs.
Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)
In order to be eligible for federal or state financial aid, students must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Students whose FAFSAs are received by the U.S. Department of Education Federal Processor by midnight Central time (10:00 p.m. Coeur d’Alene time) on February 15 will receive priority consideration for need-based scholarships, college Work-Study and Perkins Loans for the next academic year. In addition, the FAFSA results will determine eligibility to receive Pell Grants and/or Direct Loans.
Learn How to complete the FAFSA
All admitted students are automatically considered for merit-based scholarships. You must complete a FAFSA to be considered for need-based scholarships. For information about eligibility and an explanation of other types of financial aid including Pell grants, work study and student loans, please visit the Financial Aid website.