* * Spring 2014 Tuition and Fees will post after January 1, 2014. **
Options for Payment
You can pay your fees and tuition in full by cash, check, debit card, credit card, or electronic bank transfer (E-Check).
- Cash is accepted only in person.
- Checks are accepted in person at the Student Accounts/Cashier's window or via mail.
- Debit Card payment is accepted only in person at the Student Account/Cashier's window with a PIN #.
- Credit card and Debit card payment is accepted via VandalWeb (2.5% Service Fee).
- Electronic bank transfers (E-Checks) are accepted only via VandalWeb (no service fee).
If you mail your payment, it must arrive by the first day of the semester to avoid a late fee.
Mailing Address for Payments
University of Idaho
875 Perimeter Drive MS 4250
Moscow, ID 83844-4250
Physical Address to drop off payments:
Student Union Building
709 Deakin Street
Make Checks Payable To:
Bursar, U of I
Students are automatically considered for merit-based scholarships. To receive consideration for need-based aid, fill out a Free Application for Federal Student Aid.
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Third Party Sponsor/Athletics/Graduate Assistantships
A third-party sponsor is an entity that has agreed to pay all or a specified portion of a student’s tuition, fees, books and other charges at an institution of higher education.
Third-party sponsors may include, but are not limited to, federal and state agencies, US military, corporations, employers, school districts, trade unions, foundations, tribes, clubs, charitable organizations, and foreign governments. The University of Idaho requires a sponsor to provide an official document guaranteeing payment (i.e. letter, agreement, contract, purchase order, etc.).
Within the University of Idaho, Athletics and Graduate Assistant fee payment are considered third party sponsors.
It is the responsibility of the student to notify Student Accounts of a possible third party sponsor. Every effort will be made to work with the sponsor in obtaining payment. The liability for payment of tuition and fees ultimately lies with the student if a sponsor fails to pay all amounts as agreed.
The student is responsible to pay any amount not paid by the sponsor.
Student Payment Plan
If you are unable to pay in-full up front or do not have enough financial aid to cover the full balance for the semester, you can set up a student payment plan.