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Office of Graduate Admissions

Physical Address:

820 Idaho Avenue
Morrill Hall, Room 205
Moscow, ID 83843

Mailing Address:

University of Idaho
111 Perimeter Drive MS 3019
Moscow, ID 11111-3019

Phone: 111-111-4001

Email: [email protected]

Web: More Contact Information

Graduate Admissions FAQs

We have attempted to answer the questions we hear most frequently. In addition, we have included links in our answers, which will take you to other University of Idaho departmental webpages for more detailed information. If you do have other questions, call 888-884-3246 and ask for Graduate Admissions.

Online Application

If you are unable to select the term for your desired program this may mean either the program does not offer admission for the term you intend to apply for or the program’s application deadline has passed and they are not accepting additional applications.

Once your application has been downloaded, the information will be assessed by the Graduate Admissions Office. We will note possible additional schooling information, waivers for documents or receipt of documents prior to the application. After this initial screening is complete, you’ll receive a link to your application Self Service Center where you can finish uploading additional materials.

Attempt to search for keywords in the College field instead of the institution’s complete name (for example: just ‘Idaho’ instead of ‘University of Idaho’). If you are still unable to locate your college/university, select "UNLISTED COLLEGE" and enter the name in the box provided at the bottom of the record.

The Self Service Center is not compatible with all browsers or devices. We recommend using Firefox or Internet Explorer and either a Desktop or Laptop computer. Below is a list of supported file types that can be uploaded to your application in the 'Requirements & Submission' tab:

  • bmp
  • doc
  • docx
  • gif
  • jpeg
  • jpg
  • mpeg
  • pdf
  • tif
  • tiff

Do not mail or email duplicates of documents. Documents which are requested to be uploaded to your application cannot be submitted to the Graduate Admissions office for entering.

College Transcripts and Diplomas

Applicants may upload scanned copies of official academic records and translations (also known as original documents) via the online application. Only high quality scans (front and back with grading keys/scales) from the awarding institution are acceptable. These scans may be used to determine your acceptance into the program, however the official documents will ultimately be required.

To be considered Official

U.S. Institutions:

Academic transcripts from each college or university attended must be received by Graduate Admissions directly from the awarding institution in the officially sealed envelope bearing the institution’s official seal, stamp, and/or appropriate signature.

  • Graduate Admissions accepts electronic transcripts from the National Student Clearinghouse, eSCRIP-SAFE, and Parchment. Check with your institution to see if they subscribe to these electronic transfer services.

Current or former U of I students:

If you have or are currently attending the U of I, you do not need to order U of I transcript. Graduate Admissions will secure them for you.

Applicants may upload scanned copies of official transcripts and translations (also known as original documents) via the online application. Only high quality scans (front and back with grading keys/scales) from the awarding institution are acceptable. These scans may be used to determine your acceptance into the program, however the official documents will ultimately be required.

To be considered Official

International Institutions:

Academic credentials of all post-secondary course work must be received according to the country specific directions on the Graduate Admissions website.

The University of Idaho requires a complete academic record.

At the Graduate Level, this is academic records from all post-secondary (post-high school) education, regardless of the number of credits taken.

This includes, but limited to the following:

  • credits from a school where you didn’t earn a degree
  • credits taken after you earned a degree
  • a study abroad program
  • college credits earned while in high school

No.

If you have or are currently attending the U of I, you do not need to order U of I transcripts. Graduate Admissions will secure them for you.

International or Internationally Educated

Applicants may upload scanned copies of official academic records and translations (also known as original documents) via the online application. Only high quality scans (front and back with grading keys/scales) from the awarding institution are acceptable. These scans may be used to determine your acceptance into the program, however the official documents will ultimately be required.

To be considered Official:

International Institutions

Academic credentials of all post-secondary course work must be received according to the country specific directions on the Graduate Admissions website.

U.S. Institutions

Academic transcripts from each college or university attended must be received by Graduate Admissions directly from the awarding institution in the officially sealed envelope bearing the institution’s official seal, stamp, and/or appropriate signature.

  • Graduate Admissions accepts electronic transcripts from the National Student Clearinghouse and eSCRIP-SAFE. Check with your institution to see if they participate.

Current or former U of I students

If you have or are currently attending the U of I, you do not need to order U of I transcript. Graduate Admissions will secure them for you.

A Credential Evaluation is a process by which a professional evaluator verifies the authenticity and equivalence of international transcripts. The evaluation equates the education and develops a grade point average according to U.S. standards.

Reasons for outside review include, but are not limited to, verification of document authenticity, potential transfer credits, and the wish to expedite the processing of an application file.

If you would like to expedite your application, you may send your credentials to an approved evaluation agency. You will need to request a course-by-course evaluation be sent directly to University of Idaho Graduate Admissions Office.

Note: U of I recommends, and reserves the right to require, a credential evaluation.

The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) regulations require that every student verify the availability of funds to pay for educational and living expenses before an I-20 form to obtain a student visa to enter the U.S. can be issued. Therefore, the Graduate Admissions Office cannot issue an I-20 to an admitted student, regardless of the source of funding, until we receive a complete Certificate of Financial Responsibility and supporting documents.

Although these are not required for an admission decision, we recommend that these documents be uploaded as soon as possible so we can provide a rapid response once the admission decision has been made. For more information, follow the Student Visa and SEVIS Information link through your selected Graduate Program.

Test Scores

The U of I ETS Institution Code is: 4843

If you need a department code, use:

  • TOEFL: 99
  • GRE: 5199

If you have taken the IELTS, with an overall score of 6.5 or higher, have your scores sent through E-Delivery to the University of Idaho or, if requested, upload a copy of your TRF Score Report to your Self Service Center.

If you have taken the MELAB, with an overall score of 77 or higher, have your scores mailed to the University of Idaho, Graduate Admissions Office.

If your name appears differently, in any way, on your test than from your online application, this can cause delays and failure in scores being matched to your application.

If this is a recent name change, email [email protected] with the alternate name(s) and copies of official documentation showing the name change. If this is not a recent name change you will need to contact the testing center to have your name corrected and the score reports resent.

To meet a deadline, the application and all requirements (with the exception of Immigration requirements) must be complete.

Applications completed after the application deadline will be accepted only if additional students can be accommodated.

Letters of Recommendation

We suggest you gather the emails and contact information for your recommenders as soon as you decide who will complete this process for you. Notify them of the program you are applying to and let them know when you intend to submit your application so that they will be prepared to respond quickly. You should also warn them that sometimes these emails can end up on spam filters and they’ll need to watch that folder.

If this happens before you submit your online application:

  1. go to the “Recommendations” tab
  2. select “Re-send Invitation” for the appropriate recommender

If this happens after you submit your online application:

  1. go into your
  2. click on the “Applications” tab at top
  3. click the “Summary” button next to application
  4. click “Resend Invitation” next to appropriate recommender

Through email.

  • On the online application, you input your recommender’s email.
  • As soon as you save that page of the application, the notice will go out to their email that you have requested their recommendation.
  • They are then notified that you have requested their recommendation via the email you provided for them.
    • (Tip: We strongly encourage you to notify your desired recommenders in advance of this notification so that they can anticipate your request and follow up quickly.)
  • Upon submission of their recommendation, it will automatically be linked to your online application.

No.

You may not modify recommenders once you have submitted your application. You may only re-send their email invitation.

Try the following:

  • Remind the recommender that the email is coming from you and not the university.
  • If it is a technical issue, you may resend the notice to them to ensure it didn’t end up in their spam filter.
  • If using a free email service, such as yahoo or gmail and not an institutional email, have them check all sub-folders

If it is not a technical issue and you have some extenuating circumstance, such as:

  • serving in the Armed Forces overseas
  • are on political asylum

contact the Office of Graduate Admissions for specific instructions. We strongly discourage this option for anyone who does not have a truly extenuating circumstance preventing the recommender’s online submission because it may delay your application review.

Supplementary Materials

We have a shared application across several graduate programs. Therefore, you may not see all of the exact items for your program reflected in your Requirements & Submission tab on the online application.

We’ve added the university-wide standard items and common program requirements for you to upload immediately. Then, once your application has been downloaded and reviewed, you’ll receive a link to your online where you can finish uploading application requirements.

Decisions and Enrollment

Email.

Once your application decision is ready, you will receive an email notifying you to log back into your online portal, where you may view your application decision letter.

No.

Until you receive notification that your decision is ready in your online portal, we do not have the necessary information.

General Questions

The online application fees are:

  • $60 for domestic applicants, i.e. U.S. citizen/permanent resident

  • $70 for international applicants, i.e. non-U.S. citizen/permanent resident

Important note:

An application and application fee is valid for a specific degree, major, semester and is non-refundable. Pay special attention when filling out your application for admission.

Admission matters ultimately involve the departmental administrator, the dean of Graduate Studies, and Graduate Admissions. Admission decisions are made at the departmental level with final admission granted by the College of Graduate Studies.

The departmental review can take anywhere from two weeks to several months depending on the time of year and the schedules of the committee members.

Applicants will receive the official notification from the Graduate Admissions Office.

Applications for admission submitted to University of Idaho, Graduate Admissions Office are processed in the following manner:

Step 1. Receipt of application

  • As soon as an application is received at the Graduate Admissions Office, the staff examines it to determine whether it is complete, includes all required documents and the full payment.

Step 2. Verification of documents

  • Obtaining the appropriate documents is critical to the Graduate Admission evaluation process. If the Graduate Admissions Office determines that all the required documents are present, the evaluation will proceed. If any document and/or information is missing, the Graduate Admissions Office immediately issues a "Document Request" asking for the missing documents and/or information. The file is placed on hold until all the required documents and/or information are received.

If the Graduate Admissions Office decides to verify the documents with the institution(s) that issued them, copies of the documents will be sent to the institution(s) with a request for verification. The Graduate Admissions Office notifies applicants when their documents are sent for verification. All such files are placed on hold until the Graduate Admissions Office receives a written response from the institution itself. There are no exceptions to this rule.

Step 3. Credential evaluation and GPA calculation and/or conversion

  • Once all required documents have been received, the Graduate Admissions Office prepares the application file for the departmental review and admission recommendation. This includes, but is not limited to, the credential evaluation and GPA calculation and/or conversion. 

  • Every applicant will receive an email (if provided) or letter indicating when their application packet is sent for the departmental review. This email/letter also provides contact information for the department.

Step 4. Departmental review and admission recommendation

  • Admissions decisions are made at the departmental level with final admission granted by the College of Graduate Studies.

  • The departmental review can take anywhere from two weeks to several months depending on time of year and the schedules of the committee members. Once the department has reached a decision, the College of Graduate Studies is notified and reviews the application file (if necessary).

Step 5. Official notification of decision

  • Applicants receive the official notification from the Graduate Admissions Office.

The Student Counseling & Testing Center can provide dates and locations for the and tests offered at UI or a location nearest to you.

The UI Institution Code for both the TOEFL & GRE is 4843.
If you need a department code, and do not know what your department code is, use:

TOEFL: 99
GRE: 5199

Credits can be transferred to UI, with the consent of the student's committee and the dean of Graduate Studies, only if the institution from which the course credits are being transferred has a graduate program in the course discipline or, should there be no graduate program in the course discipline, an exception may be granted by the dean of Graduate Studies. Transfer credits are subject to all other graduate college rules and regulations. Contact College of Graduate Studies for further information or visit our Steps to Your Degree webpage.

To receive full consideration for merit-based scholarships, your admission materials (application for admission, application fee, transcripts, etc.) must be on file with the Graduate Admissions Office by the financial aid priority deadline.

Current cost estimates including tuition, room and board, books and miscellaneous expenses are available on the Financial Aid's cost homepage. For information per credit cost, visit Student Accounts tuition and fees page.

Fill out our graduate campus visit form and the campus visit coordinator will contact you to set up your visit.

Access the class schedule for the semester you are planning to enroll as it becomes available, approximately the first of March for the fall semester or the first of October for the spring semester.

The University of Idaho College of Graduate Studies recommends all graduate students be advised before registering for classes each semester. You should to find out who will serve as your major professor/advisor. The University of Idaho lists email addresses, telephone and fax numbers for academic departments. You may use the toll free number (888) 8-U-IDAHO and ask to be transferred to the appropriate department.

Students at the University of Idaho use web registration. Refer to the semester class schedule for instructions, dates and procedures.

Your letter of admission will include the student ID number.

Student ID cards are available through the VandalCard Office after you have been admitted and registered for classes.

The staff of the College of Graduate Studies presents orientation workshops for new graduate students at the beginning of each fall semester. Many departments also hold orientation activities. Students who are admitted for the spring or summer semester are encouraged to contact the College of Graduate Studies for assistance.

Office of Graduate Admissions

Physical Address:

820 Idaho Avenue
Morrill Hall, Room 205
Moscow, ID 83843

Mailing Address:

University of Idaho
111 Perimeter Drive MS 3019
Moscow, ID 11111-3019

Phone: 111-111-4001

Email: [email protected]

Web: More Contact Information

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