How COVID-19 is Affecting Admissions
The Coronavirus has changed a lot about the world, and that includes the University of Idaho. We know that prospective Vandals and incoming admitted students have a lot of questions about how this strange situation affects our admissions process. We want to share some information we hope will provide you with answers and a way to connect with us from wherever you are. If you have any questions that aren't answered here, check out the university COVID-19 information page, or reach out to connect with one of our admissions counselors.
Applications for Admission
Don't worry — we're still here and still processing applications. Our admissions staff is still hard at work and ready to help you. Here are a few other facts to help put your mind at ease.
- No application deadline - We will continue to accept students interested in applying.
- No deposit deadlines - We don't require you to make a deposit to accept your admission, so there is no deadline to worry about.
- Transcripts and test scores - We understand there will be delays in receiving your materials and we're OK with that. We will work with you through this process. We're here for you.
Campus Events and Visits
We've moved a lot of experiences online so you can explore U of I from the comfort of your own home. You can watch our campus visit introduction, explore our virtual tour, reach out to schedule a virtual visit with your admissions counselor, talk to a current student and so much more. We are continuing to add ways for you to learn more about becoming a Vandal.
Virtual Visit Presentation
Learn about the University of Idaho from our campus visits staff
Contact U of I Admission Counselors
Set up a virtual meeting with your counselor.
Talk to a current student
A Vandal student will get in touch and answer any questions you have.
Vandals starting in Fall 2020 are in luck; most of your resources are already online in the Admitted Student portal. The UIdaho Bound events through June 12 have been canceled but you have two options. We've be created a set of virtual UIdaho Bound resources so you can explore at your own pace. At this time, the June 26 and July 17 events will still happen and registration is open for those dates.