Fees and Tuition
All semester fees and tuition are due on or before the first day of each semester. Charges incurred over the course of the semester are considered due in full within 10 days of the posting date. Accounts with balances due greater than $100 will be blocked from adding/dropping/registration. Official transcripts will not be released for students owing the university, including balances outstanding under monthly payment plans.
Mailing Address for Payments
Student Accounts/Cashiers Office is located in the Student Union Building
UI Student Accounts Office
875 Perimeter Dr MS 4250
Moscow, Idaho 83844-4250
Make Checks Payable To
Bursar, University of Idaho
The University of Idaho does not drop courses for nonpayment. Students are responsible for dropping courses prior to the first day of the term to avoid being billed and graded. Cancel Registration --use this link if you don't know your ID number or PIN; otherwise use VandalWeb.
Failure to receive a bill does not relieve students from payment responsibilities.
* * SPRING 2014 TUITION & FEES
WILL POST AFTER JANUARY 1, 2014 * *
Spring 2014 Billing
Spring 2014 billing: Only new students for the spring semester will receive a paper bill. All returning students will receive an email billing notification sent to their VandalWeb account only. Parents or others needing copies of the billing statement will need to get this information from the student. All fees, room and board, and prior term balances are due in full by January 15 . A $75.00 late fee begins on January 16 if your account is not paid in full or you have not signed up for a payment plan. An additional $100.00 late fee begins on January 30 for students whose account balance is not paid in full. Students who have not paid by the last day of February, March, or April will be charged an additional $100.00 late payment fee for each month the balance is not paid in full.
Summer 2014 Billing
Students who register for classes at least two weeks prior to the start of a session will receive billing notification by email. New students will also receive a paper billing statement. All payments are due prior to, or on, the first day of class for which a student is enrolled. An example: A student is registered for one class in the first session and one class in the last session, payment for both classes is due prior to or on the first day of the first class. Late fees begin on the second day of scheduled classes for any session. All late registrations are subject to a $75 late fee.
No students are purged 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.
Fall 2013 Billing
Fall 2013 billing: Only new students for the fall semester will receive a paper bill. All returning students will receive an email billing notification sent to their VandalWeb account only. Parents or others needing copies of the billing statement will need to get this information from the student. All fees, room and board, and prior term balances are due in full by August 26. A $75.00 late fee begins on August 27 if your account is not paid in full or you have not signed up for a payment plan. An additional $100.00 late fee begins on September 10 for students whose account balance is not paid in full. Students who have not paid by the last day of September, October, or November will be charged an additional $100.00 late payment fee for each month the balance is not paid in full.
Credit Card Processing
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 UI assesses a 2.5% fee on credit cards 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.
Courses are not dropped for non-payment. Please drop your courses online prior to the first day of class if you're registered and decide not to attend. If you are registered for one course only and you decide to drop it you must contact the Office of the Registrar at: 208-885-6731
Education Benefit Waiver for Staff/Staff Spouse/Reciprocal
Waiver information can by found on the U of I Education Benefit web page.
2013 Tax Information
1098T's-the university's "Tuition Statement" for 2013 will be available in VandalWeb under the Student Accounts menu (as of January 30, 2014). Hard copies of the form will be mailed to student's permanent addresses by January 31, 2014. See IRS Publication 970 - Tax Benefits for Education.