More UI Scholarships
The University of Idaho provides $7.8 million in special scholarships not connected to specific majors or academic areas of study in the colleges:
ASAP offers a variety of scholarships to students with documented physical disabilities, sensory impairments and learning disabilities. Students who participate in the Student Support Services (TRiO) program are also eligible.
The alumni programs provide awards to students affiliated with UI alumni or retirees. Student leadership in the Student Alumni Relations Board (SARB) is also recognized.
Student recipients of athletic scholarships must be tendered athletes who are members of an intercollegiate athletic team at the university. In addition, the student athlete must be in good academic standing.
The corporate affiliation program provides awards to members, children or spouses affiliated with the corporation.
Students from diverse backgrounds who are looking for scholarship opportunities and support services should visit the Office of Multicultural Affairs.
The University of Idaho awards general scholarships to students in all areas of study.
These scholarships for students from certain high schools or counties are selected in cooperation with outside committees and may require separate applications. See your high school counselor for further details.
The university selects graduates of certain high schools or residents of particular counties as specified by the award criteria for these scholarships.
To be considered, students must apply to and be accepted into the UI Honor's Program. For more information regarding honors scholarships, please visit the University Honors Program website.
The International Programs Office provides awards to UI students who study abroad as well as International students attending the University. For more information about scholarships, please visit the International Programs Office website.
Scholarships are available to students who are affiliated with certain living groups or UI residence halls.
Scholarships are available to students who are affiliated with Greek life, to include fraternities and sororities.
Scholarships are available to some students who are considered non-traditional given their age, marital and/or parental status.
UI students involved in extra-curricular activities will be considered for scholarships provided by certain clubs, honoraries, and other organizations on campus.
The Air Force, Army and Navy ROTC programs provide awards to students who are participating in a UI ROTC program.
Scholarships are available to WWAMI students as they continue their medical studies at the University of Washington.