All online classes are taught by the same professors as the in-person courses. Most of these faculty are leaders in their fields and publish regularly on their subject matter.
You can apply anytime throughout the year; however, accepted applicants can only start programs at the start of the fall (August), spring (January) or summer (May) semesters.
Apply online at uidaho.edu/apply. Need help in the process? Reach out to an admissions counselor at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The University of Idaho evaluates all earned credits. Review the course transfer guides for more information.
Yes! U of I’s online education programs are tailored to work around busy schedules, so that you can keep your full-time job while still going to school.
Yes! Apply for FAFSA at uidaho.edu/scholarships. The priority consideration date is Dec. 1 for the following academic year.
Yes! Your advisor will help you plan your courses each semester, whether you are taking one or a full course load.
While you are not required to come to campus, we would love to see you at any time and hope that you will join us at one of our campus for Commencement!
All full-time online students – regardless of location – pay the current in-state tuition rates at the U of I. Students in the MPA program pay a flat-rate fee.