Fees & Payment


Courses offered in High Schools

The University of Idaho offers dual credit courses on several high school campuses across the state. Students who enroll in these courses currently pay $65/credit hour, and upon successful completion they earn credit from the University of Idaho. Fees are approved annually by the State Board and subject to change.

Courses offered on U of Idaho Campuses

Students who are Idaho residents and enroll in courses offered on the UI campus pay the part-time student fee noted on the Student Accounts website, plus any special lab or course fees. Note: Out-of-state students pay an additional part-time, non-resident fee.

Online Courses

Students who enroll in online courses through the University of Idaho pay the part-time student fee noted on the Student Accounts website, plus a $35/credit hour technology feeNote: Non-resident fees do not apply to online courses.

Students who enroll in U-Idaho courses through the Idaho Digital Learning Academy (IDLA) are subject to IDLA’s fee structure.  For complete information refer to the IDLA website.


All registration forms must have proof of payment in the form of a check, money order, credit card payment form, or have an approved account in the Advanced Opportunities Portal in order to be processed.


Courses offered on High School Campuses

High school students who take courses on a high school campus are subject to the Dates & Deadlines posted on this site. Any refunds after posted late require students to file an appeal with the Administrative Hearing Board. Forms are available at Student Accounts/Cashiers. Call (208) 885-7447 or email acctrec@uidaho.edu for assistance.

Courses offered on U-Idaho Campuses

High School students who take courses on the University of Idaho Campus are subject to the University’s Dates & Deadlines.


Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA)

  • Students’ educational information (i.e., academic and financial) CANNOT be discussed with parents without the student’s signed consent to do so due to federal regulations (i.e., FERPA).
  • Students who want their parents to be able to discuss this information with university personnel must complete and submit a Consent to Release Student Information Form.  Submit this form with their registration form.