Find out what you need in order to keep your federal financial aid.
Learn about recent loan changes, different repayment plans, consolidation and deferment and forbearance options.
We're coming to a high school near you! Learn about federal financial aid, scholarships and more.
Understanding all federal, state, and institutional guidelines for financial aid programs can be a challenging process. This Guide is designed to assist you in understanding the process and answer questions you may have regarding your eligibility.
This site is your source for information on how to manage your students loans. Here you can complete entrance counseling, request/endorse a Direct PLUS loan, and complete a Master Promissory Note
If your family income level has been affected by a job change or loss, medical bills or other special circumstances not reported on the FAFSA, we may be able to recalculate your financial aid eligibility. Contact us for more information.
Like scholarships, grants are financial awards that you don't have to pay back. Grant amounts vary based on your FAFSA results.
Our job location and development program can help you find jobs on and off campus as well as set you up with work-study.
A scholarship is a financial award that you don't have to pay back. Some scholarships are based on financial need, while others are based on your good grades, your demonstrated leadership or other types of accomplishments.
We are a direct lending institution, which means that we lend you money directly from the federal government. While you have to pay loans back, payments don't start until you leave college.
Even if you don’t meet the criteria for guaranteed scholarships, there are still many ways to pay for the great education offered at the University of Idaho.
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We would be happy to talk with you about your student’s financial aid, but federal law requires us to have a signed release form from your student first.