Independent Study in Idaho does not offer financial aid. Federal and state agencies, businesses, student financial aid services and veterans' organizations may offer financial assistance to fund ISI course fees. Independent Study in Idaho accepts most tuition assistance payment forms.
Student Financial Aid Services
Students are advised to check with their financial aid office to determine if anything is available for ISI courses. Courses taken through ISI do not count toward a student's credit-hour load and cannot be used to establish full or part-time student status to determine eligibility for financial aid or loan deferment.
In order to gain approval to use military benefits, students must contact the University of Idaho Military and Veteran Services office prior to enrolling. Military and Veteran Services at the University of Idaho can help students apply for and receive education benefits whether a student is a service member, guardsman or reservist, veteran, or dependent of a veteran. University of Idaho programs are approved by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), and students may use GI benefits or tuition assistance to help pay their ISI course fees. Upon approval of benefits, the appropriate agency will be invoiced.
Visit Military and Veteran Services for more information.