Joint Admissions/Joint Enrollment
What is the Joint Admissions/Joint Enrollment (JAJE) Program?
The JAJE Programs is for students who plan to complete an Associate’s degree at North Idaho College and then transfer to the University of Idaho. The program provides the most affordable route to achieving a higher education at two quality institutions.
For Spring 2022, we are conducting a pilot program for students to participate in this program. Students studying in the areas of Computer Science, Engineering, English or Natural Resources will be considered for participation. Most students in the pilot program will be current NIC students who are relatively sure about their future bachelor’s degree choice.
- Your transcripts will be shared for free between NIC and U of I at the end of every term to keep your record up to date.
- You will have support, guidance, and resources as you work towards both your associate and bachelor’s degrees.
- NIC and U of I professional support staff have your permission to share records to give you the best advice possible.
- Your bachelor’s degree catalog year is locked in at U of I.
Frequently Asked Questions
Apply for admission at both NIC and U of I. If you are already a student at NIC, you don’t need to apply for admission again. For U of I, you will apply as a non-degree seeking student. You will also need to submit a JAJE Participation form.
You’d still need to follow the process described above to participate, but also fill out an Intent to Enroll form indicating the semester you plan to take U of I classes.
Connect with your U of I and NIC advisors each semester during advising time. Please let your U of I and NIC advisors know about any major changes, course failures, or approved substitutions or waivers so we can advise you appropriately.
Joint admission gets you admitted to both schools. It allows you to access resources at both institutions and allows your advisors and support staff to share records. Concurrent enrollment is when you actually take classes from both NIC and U of I in the same semester.