The Equity and Diversity Unit has established a Diversity Scholarship Committee to distribute the majority of diversity scholarships for the University of Idaho.
The Diversity Scholars Program provides academic, cultural, social assistance to recipients of any of the diversity scholarships, focusing on our first-year multicultural students and returning undergraduates. We partner with many programs and services across campus to give our students a good foundation of university support services, planning workshops and socials to connect them to campus life.
Only United States citizens and permanent residents are eligible for diversity scholarships. If you are an international student, contact the International Programs Office at 208-885-8984.
There are no separate scholarship applications for first-year students at U of I. To be automatically considered, students simply apply for admission and submit a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) by Feb. 15. Priority is given to students that demonstrate high financial need with a history of academic excellence.
There are no separate scholarship applications for returning students at U of I. To be automatically considered, students simply submit a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) by Feb. 15. Priority is given to students that demonstrate high financial need with a history of academic excellence.
Contact the Office of Multicultural Affairs at 208-885-7716 or email email@example.com.
Donations to the Native American Student Center are focused on retaining Native American students at the University of Idaho.
Tribal Excellence Scholarship
Out-of-state tuition waiver opportunity for full-time undergraduates enrolled as a member of the tribes with which U of I has a Memorandum of Understanding.
All Nations LSAMP
Provides stipends and assist with travel expenses for eligible students enrolled in qualified STEM degree programs at partner institutions.
Doris Duke Conservation Scholars Program
Students interested in environmental issues can receive training, mentorship and up to $10,000 of paid research experience over two years.