Frequently Asked Questions
There is a $20 registration fee plus $5 per credit, up to six credits for fall/spring semesters and three credits for summer session. Students must pay regular fees for anything over the credit limit. Any special fees (i.e. lab fees) will not be waived.
- For non-university of Idaho employees: all fee waivers should be turned in to their Human Resource Office for their employment verification. The verified forms can be sent to Students Accounts at firstname.lastname@example.org (BSU, ISU, LCSC, State Board of Ed, State Dept. of Ed, Idaho State Library, Idaho Voc. Rehab, Division of Career-Technical Ed). Online classes are not eligible for reciprocal fee waivers.
- For University of Idaho employees: all fee waivers should be turned in to their supervisor, department chair, and their dean, and to Student Accounts. See additional information here.
Questions? Contact Student Accounts at email@example.com or 208-885-7447 for your fee waiver status.
University of Idaho students and employees in the Southern Idaho region can order their VandalCard through the University of Idaho Boise Operations offices located in the Idaho Water Center at 322 E. Front Street, Suite 324.
All students and employees working out of the Idaho Water Center must have a Boise VandalCard for building access. Refer to the employee and student information below to order your VandalCard.
Questions? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 208-364-6137.
University of Idaho Boise – VandalCard procedure
- All new or replacement VandalCard requests (employees and students) should schedule a time to have a picture taken for the card. Pictures are taken in Suite 390 by Operations staff. Schedule via email at email@example.com . Questions? Call Operations at 364-6157 or 364-6137.
- Email notification from direct supervisor for employees or major professor for students on requested access area(s) is needed for each card.
- Student cards will expire at the close of academic year of their graduation or by departmental request. Board appointed employee cards will expire in five years and temporary employee cards will expire in one year, per VandalCard office policy.
Students must bring the following when their picture is taken:
- Current photo ID
- Student ID number
- Expected graduation date
The employee needs to bring the following when their picture is taken:
- Current photo ID
- Vandal number
- Job title
- Department working for
Check out our list of Academic Advisors and Major Professors.
- New students receive a paper fee statement mailed to their current address. Continuing students receive a fee statement electronically. If you need additional statements, go to online billing/fee statement by logging on to VandalWeb.
- All financial aid recipients receive a fee statement electronically.
- We do not print bills locally for individual students.
- Questions? Contact Student Accounts at firstname.lastname@example.org 208-885-7447.
For Directed Study inquiries, please speak directly with an advisor from your program.
Many degrees and certificates are available via either online or distance learning options. Learn more about our online programs and courses here.
Refer to the Fee Schedule for the most current information.
You can confirm registration and/or pay fees online by logging in to VandalWeb.
Payment plans are available through the University of Idaho VandalWeb. For enrollment, go to Student Account Information > Student Accounts Center >then the payment plan tab. For more information, please visit our payment plan information page, or call 208-885-6760.
First — check online to see what types of holds you have. There is normally contact information associated with holds:
- AV: Advisor’s Hold for undergraduate students. Refers student to their advisors.
- AR: Collection. Please call Student Accounts: 208-885-2136.
- AB: Account Balance Hold. Student must pay the outstanding balance in order to register. Refers student to Student Accounts: 208-885-7447.
To learn more, visit the Office of the Registrar.
It is recommended that all students with inquiries about their textbooks should work directly with the instructor of the specific course.