Idaho’s colleges and universities are still accepting applications for students hoping to attend this fall.
To graduate from college on-time, you need to complete 30 credits per year. Whether you’re taking 15 credits each semester, or utilizing winter and summer breaks, getting to a total of 30 per year will help you complete an associates degree in two years or a bachelor’s degree in four […]
In late September, you will receive a letter from the State Board of Education. This letter will tell you which Idaho colleges and/or universities have accepted you based on your grades and SAT/ACT scores. Your parents will also receive a reminder letter in October.
Apply Idaho allows Idaho students to submit applications to one or more of Idaho colleges and universities at one time, without paying any application fees.
Not all colleges require applications essays. but if you, or your students, are applying to a private college or university, chances are good that the process will include submitting either a personal statement or essay to demonstrate writing skills.
The Direct Admissions initiative is aimed at giving more Idaho students an opportunity to obtain a postsecondary certificate or degree.
In late September, your high school senior will receive a letter from the State Board of Education. This letter will notify you which Idaho colleges and/or universities have accepted your student based on his/her grades and SAT/ACT scores. Parents will receive reminder letters in October.
The Idaho State Board of Education Direct Admissions initiative will provide more Idaho students with the opportunity to obtain a postsecondary certificate or degree.
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