Community College Advisor Resources
Transfer students are students who have already earned 14 or more (semester length) credits from another college or university after graduation from high school. For admissions, all transfer students must have a minimum 2.0 (C average) GPA on all college-level courses at all accredited colleges attended. Students transferring from out-of-state schools in the College of Engineering must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.80.
If a student has earned an Associate of Arts or Associate of Science degree from a regionally-accredited institution, their General Education Requirements will be satisfied. Additional Transfer FAQs.
See what U of I has to offer
Helpful tools for advisors such as I Transfer, Course Equivalencies, and Course Evaluation Requests.
Local Admissions Representatives
Reach out to the admissions representative in your area for your local U of I contact.
Non-traditional Student Resources
Learn about services such as the Children’s Center, Family Housing, and Military and Veteran Services
Scholarships for Transfer Students
Learn more about Go Idaho Scholarships, WUE, and Invitation to Idaho for transfer students.
Assistance with career planning, internship, job searches, and more.
Locations for Completing a Bachelor’s Degree
At the University of Idaho, the state of Idaho is our campus! Students who’d like to have the traditional experience can transfer to our main campus in Moscow, Idaho. However, other options are available.
Interested in creating a partnership for a particular degree or program at your community college? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Schedule an individual or group visit to our Moscow campus.
Have a student who is ready to apply to U of I? Start here.
Already accepted? Continue the Vandal Journey at UIdaho Bound.