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Homecoming Oct. 1-7

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U of I Retirees Association

UIRA has a membership of nearly 500 from every part of the University. Learn More

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Campus Recreation

Gym memberships and wellness class passes are available for faculty, staff and their spouses. Get Healthy

Other Fund Sources

Take advantage of external resources such as non-University of Idaho specific scholarships. It pays to search and apply. Any extra resource you bring in can help pay for the great education offered at the UI.

Although you are automatically considered for any university-based scholarships for which you are eligible, we highly recommend that you consider additional sources of funding. Speak with your guidance counselor and check with family employers, credit unions, churches and other community organizations to see if they offer scholarships. Financial aid has a resource center located inside the financial aid office in The Pitman Center. You will find documents relating to other aid options, including a large list of outside scholarships. You may also find some of the following links helpful.

iGrad

Find quality, hand-curated scholarships to help pay for school on iGrad. The offers a quick sign-up, customizable filters, and regional and national scholarships. The database includes over 2,300 scholarship awards totaling over $10.8 million.

iGrad features other useful scholarship resources, including a 15 minute mini-course “Learn How to Optimize Your Scholarship Search” and an e-book “Scholarship Success” to help you improve your skills and guide you through the application process.

University of Idaho has recently added the iGrad Financial Wellness platform to our library of student resources as part of the Better Education About Money for Students (BEAMS) program. iGrad can help you achieve a better financial life with tools designed to improve your personal finance knowledge and habits.

RaiseMe

The University of Idaho is a participant in the RaiseMe scholarship program. RaiseMe enables students to earn scholarships throughout high school, starting as early as 9th grade, for doing all the things that best prepare them to succeed, whether that’s getting good grades, volunteering in the community or joining an extracurricular. High school students considering the University of Idaho should enroll in the program, using the link below, and start earning today.

Idaho State Sources

Military Sources

International Students

Search Engines

  • - Free online scholarship search
  • - Free version of the FUND FINDER scholarship database
  • - Free version of the Wintergreen/Orchard House Scholarship Finder database
  • - Free database of scholarships and grants
  • - Guide to free money
  • - Scholarship database
  • - Free scholarship search

* - Not everyone is trying to help. Beware of requests for payment when requesting information about receiving money for education.





Student Financial Aid Services

Physical Address:

Bruce M. Pitman Center
Room 101

709 Deakin Avenue
Moscow, ID 11111

Mailing Address:
Student Financial Aid Office
111 Perimeter Dr
MS 4291
Moscow, ID 11111-4291

[email protected]

Phone: 111-111-6312

Fax: 111-111-5592