Direct Admissions

In late September, direct admissions letters will notify more than 20,000 public high school seniors that they have been accepted to college. Using college entrance exam scores and GPA information reported from students’ junior years, the State Board of Education works with Idaho’s higher education institutions to proactively admit Idaho’s graduating seniors to six or […]


Idaho College Acceptance Letter — What do I do next?

In late September, you and your parents will be receiving nearly identical letters from the State Board of Education. These letters will tell you (and your parents) which Idaho colleges and/or universities have accepted you based on your grades and SAT/ACT scores. You'll also receive a reminder letter in October.

Direct Admissions – Guide for Families

In late September, you and your high school senior will be receiving nearly identical letters from the State Board of Education. These letters will notify you which Idaho colleges and/or universities have accepted your student based on his/her grades and SAT/ACT scores. You'll also receive reminder letters in October.

College Application Week Site Coordinator Handbook

Idaho's College Application week is scheduled for November 6-10, 2017. High schools across the state will host events to help students with the college application process. The goal is to make sure that each member of every senior class in the state applies to at least one two-year or four-year college or university program this fall.

Course Transfer Idaho

The Course Transfer website was developed by the Idaho State Board of Education, community colleges, and state universities and is designed to help students navigate college course transfer between Idaho’s public institutions. The website supports course equivalency searches, GEM course information, and AP test equivalency.