Finding Us

ALCP Office

phone: (208) 885-4061
fax: (208) 885-2859
alcp@uidaho.edu

Mailing address:
875 Perimeter Drive MS 1250
Moscow, ID 83844-1250

Physical address:
901 Paradise Creek Street
LLC Bldg. #3
Moscow, ID 83844-1250

Next Steps

Congratulations on your decision to attend the University of Idaho! We can't wait to meet you. In the meantime, check out these great resources to help you make a smooth transition to life and school here.

  • Conditional Admissions
    Conditional admission may be granted to applicants who qualify academically, but have not yet achieved the University of Idaho minimum English language requirements for full admission. Students granted conditional admission must enroll in the University of Idaho American Language and Culture Program (ALCP) to achieve the minimum language requirement. If the required level of language proficiency is not achieved within a two-year time period, applicants may petition to continue in the ALCP, and will need to reactivate their application for admission to the academic department. Follow these links for more information about undergraduate conditional admissions and graduate conditional (deferred) admissions.

    Students seeking conditional admission must submit:
    • An international application for admission.
    • $70 nonrefundable application fee.
    • ALCP application 
    • (Pay only the $70 application fee above.  You are not required to pay the additional ALCP application fee if you are applying for conditional admission for the same term.)
    • Official secondary school transcript showing subjects and marks received and graduation date. If you have not yet graduated from secondary school, a transcript showing all completed work may be accepted for early admission. External examination reports should be provided when applicable.
    • Official transcripts with subjects and marks received form any colleges or universities attended.

    Please see Admissions for the most up-to-date information.
  • Undergraduate Students
    Immigration Information

    Pre-arrival:

    Find out more about what you need to accomplish before arriving at UI.


    Student Working in Lab

    Academic:

    Click here to learn what you need to do to be ready for the first day of classes and throughout the semester at the University of Idaho. Note: International Students should not sign up for the general UI new student orientation. Instead, click here for international student specific orientation.

    Grad Orientation

    Personal:

    Click here for a list of resources available to help you settle into your life in Moscow.
  • Family Information
    If your family is coming with you, please bring complete medical records, written in English, for all family members. All international students and their dependants are required to have and maintain full health insurance coverage.

    There is no charge or advance registration needed to enroll children in public schools in Moscow. However, there may be fees for certain services or courses not included in the regular curriculum.
    • To enroll children in school, you must provide a record of your child's immunizations: diphtheria, tetanus, polio, measles, mumps, and rubella. A tuberculin skin test is recommended.
    • A birth certificate (or passport) is required to enroll students in local schools.
    • Records, in English, of previous schools attended are required for junior high and high school enrollment.
    • Native language materials from your home country may be needed if you desire your children to continue in their native language.