Scholarship Eligibility Requirements
- First-year students — students with less than 14 semester (21 quarter) credits completed after high school graduation — must enter directly from high school or home school to be eligible.
- All scholarships require continuous full-time enrollment at the University of Idaho with a minimum of 12 U of I credits.
- Criteria and award amounts for scholarship levels are subject to change.
- For admission and scholarship funding levels, an unweighted GPA from a regionally accredited high school is used.
- ACT or SAT (critical reading + math) test scores are used for students from home school or non-accredited high schools.
- Transfer students are students pursuing their first bachelor’s degree and have 14 or more semester credits completed after high school.
U of I Scholarship: recipients whose home campus site is other than Moscow
Students who receive any other individual U of I scholarships awarded on a one-time, non-renewable basis must:
- Enroll full-time for the term (at least 12 credits as undergraduates, 9 credits as graduate students, and 10 credits as law students)
- Enroll in a minimum of 6 credits of U of I classes for the term
- Enroll in a degree program offered through the university’s off-campus center
U of I Scholarship: recipients on consortium who attend another school
Consortium agreements allow U of I degree-seeking students with special circumstances to enroll in another institution for one or two semesters while still receiving U of I financial aid and scholarships. Scholarship-recipients who submit a consortium are asked to explain their reasoning Student Financial Aid will determine the student’s eligibility.