U of I Coeur d'Alene Student Guide FAQ
Becoming a Vandal
- Apply by Dec. 1 to meet the priority financial aid deadline for the following academic year.
- Registration opens in April for summer and fall terms and in November for spring. Allow several weeks for your application and transcripts to be processed.
- Classes for certain majors are more likely to fill up. Education students need to allow extra time to apply for the teaching program and get fingerprinted to do practicum in the schools.
- If you are currently enrolled in classes at another institution, order a current official transcript when you apply so you can be admitted.
- Schedule a final transcript to send after you are finished at your institution.
- Electronic and paper transcripts are accepted if they come directly from the institution. Paper transcripts should be mailed from the institution to:
University of Idaho
875 Perimeter Drive MS 4264
Moscow, ID 83844-4264
Coeur d’Alene Center
- Over 40 U of I degrees are available to Vandals in North Idaho, including bachelor’s, master’s and doctorate programs. Many of these are fully online.
- Face-to-face undergraduate programs offered locally include only upper division courses from U of I. Lower division courses are available from North Idaho College, or credits can be transferred from another institution.
- Federal aid is available through FAFSA. Complete the form and your U of I admission application by Dec. 1 for the following academic year to be in the first round of awards.
- U of I offers scholarships and has a scholarship finder tool for admitted students.
- Often local organizations offer additional scholarships. Search now and build a calendar of application deadlines. One good example is the Idaho Opportunity Scholarship which normally closes in March.
- You can see U of I’s guaranteed financial aid here. There is no separate scholarship application. Admitted students also have access to Scholarship Universe.
- Check for additional local, state and national scholarships using resources such as Education Information Center, Idaho State Board of Education, Scholly, and FastWeb.Pay attention to deadlines (often in spring).
Contact the Harbor Center at 208-667-2588 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
We want to hear from you and apologize if we missed your message. Call or email back if you haven’t received a reply after a few business days. Know that our faculty advisors often have academic year contracts. For year-round support, contact the Harbor Center staff at the phone number of email above.