Providing services related to registration, classrooms, academic records, catalog, and reports. Please contact us with any questions regarding these services.
Resources for faculty and staff about course scheduling, grade entry, FERPA confidentiality, important deadlines, and more.
Administrative users from colleges and academic departments who need to access student record information can enroll in Banner Student Module training.
This section is designed to assist those who use general classroom space for teaching, research, learning, and outreach.
The 25Live system makes event scheduling, resources management, and campus-wide calendaring easier, more accurate, and more efficient.
Policy and procedures regarding Academic Certificates, the University Curriculum Committee and Continuing Education Units are available.
Resources for reviewing and approving graduate student study plans using the electronic approval system.
These aspects of FERPA are the most important for faculty members and staff members whose jobs require them to have access to student records.
Each student registered in a class at the end of the semester must be assigned a final grade by the instructor.
Faculty use VandalWeb to access their class teaching and student advising information.
This section gives you access to administrative reports as allowed by FERPA regulations.
Details about Idaho residency, advising, registration deadlines, confidentiality of student records, and alternative credit opportunities
Know your rights as a student.
Students may make changes to their majors and minors anytime with approval.
All undergraduate degree-seeking students attending the University of Idaho must complete the General Education Core requirements in order to fulfill their course of study.
Did you know you can check your degree progress at anytime?
Learn how to establish Idaho residency and more.
Looking for extra credit? Check out the opportunities available to you.
The dates for adding and dropping a classes are established early to give you time to prepare.
Connect with your advisor early to get a head start on your academic success.