Set Up Your Vandal Accounts – You’ll stay up-to-date on key information regarding financial aid, billing, housing, registration, transcripts, deadlines and much more. Announcements will come to your and .
Connect on social media
UIdaho Bound event and learn what being a part of the Vandal family is like. Dates on June 11 and 22, and July 9 and 23.
Review your financial aid awards on and accept scholarships you’ve been offered.
For student loans,
Parents seeking a Parent PLUS loan for their student must
Explore your payment options and before school starts (August 20).
Ask Student Financial Aid Services any financial aid questions you may have.
Discover U of I’s
Better Education About Money for Students (B.E.A.M.S.) program and build your financial literacy.
Pay your bill for remaining tuition, fees, residence halls, meal plans and Student Health Insurance Program (S.H.I.P.).
Authorize direct deposit on VandalWeb so that the earliest disbursement of financial aid residual funds can be deposited into your checking or savings account around August 20. Residual funds can help with books, living expenses and more.
from the VandalStore.
Study the required
Common Read in order to introduce yourself to U of I’s expectations on academics, respectful discourse and community building.
Sign up for an “
I Got Your Back” healthy student life seminar.
Prepare your computer with help from Information Technology – Follow IT’s .
— or a
printable parking map.
Explore and learn more about the surrounding .
New Student Orientation to kick off your new year.
If you haven’t already, make sure to pay any outstanding semester tuition, fees, residence hall and meal plan charges for on-campus housing and health insurance today. You can do so at the
Student Accounts Office, on VandalWeb or through the mail. Full payment or payment plan enrollment is required in order to avoid late fees.
Watch VandalMail for your financial aid adjustment (based on the number of credit in which you’re enrolled). Notice will post after 5 p.m.
Remember, it’s OK to
change your major! You don’t need to have it all figured out yet. Ask your academic advisor for help if you have questions.