In general, the expenses for Idaho State University students may be divided into classifications of fees, board, and room. In addition to the fees listed, some courses may require the expense of special uniforms, protective clothing, field trip expenses, lab fees, or instructional costs for remedial courses.
1994-95 Fees and Tuition (This catalog was published prior to Idaho Board of Education approval of fees and tuition for 1995-96)
Per Semester Per Year Resident $1134 $2268 *Non-Resident $3384 $6768
*Non-Resident Status. A student who has not been domiciled in Idaho for twelve consecutive months is required to pay the non-resident tuition in addition to the registration fee charged residents of the State of Idaho. The legal residence of a student who has not attained voting age shall be considered the same as that of the parent or the legal guardian in the case of adop0tion. To establish residency in the State of Idaho for educational purposes, a student must be independent of his/her parents who are residing out-of-state and s/he must live in Idaho for twelve consecutive months. This is a brief explanation. Details as listed in Section 33-3717 of the Idaho Code apply. Direct questions concerning residency to the ISU Admissions Office, Campus Box 8270.
Double Room with Meal Plan A $ 3140 Double Room with Meal Plan B $ 2980 Double Room with Meal Plan C $ 2850 Efficiency Apartments One Person Occupancy $210/month Large One Bedroom Apartments, Family Housing, Graduate and Non-Traditional Students $280/month Small One Bedroom Apartments, Graduate and Non-Traditional $255/month Two Bedroom Apartments, Family Housing w/2 children, Maximum 4-person Occupancy $330/month Graduate Housing (dormitory-style) $950/semester
These prices are effective 1994/1995 and are subject to change. Please contact the ISU Housing Office for more information, Campus Box 8083, Idaho State University, Pocatello, ID 83209, or (208)236-2120.
Application Fee $30 Audit Fee - Same as part-time credit hour feesA copy of the current "Education Policy for ISU Employees" is available in the Personnel Office, Administration Building basement. Verification of employment and authorization forms for reduction in fees can be obtained from the Personnel Office.
Class Fees (in addition to regular registration fees) Certain university classes require additional fees for specialized instruction and/or supplies. See the Class Schedule for class fees required for specific courses, i.e., music, home economics, geology, etc.
Application for Graduation and Diploma Fee $20 This fee is collected from each applicant for a certificate or for a master's or doctorate degree.
Faculty, Staff and Spouses Registration Fee $20 plus $5 per credit hour
Second through tenth day of classes $20 After tenth day of classes $50To help defray the extra cost involved with late registration, processing fees are charged in addition to any other regular fees. All students (full-time, part-time, faculty, staff, etc.) paying fees after the first day of official university classes are charged a late processing fee. The cashier is not authorized to accept late registration fee payment without the appropriate late processing fee. This fee is non-refundable. No department or employee of the university, other than those specifically authorized, has the authority to waive the fee.
Graduate $97.00 per credit hour Non-Resident $171.00 per credit hour Senior Citizen Registration Fee $20 plus $5 per credit hourAge 60 years or older_proper identification required indicating date of birth. Fee reduction does not apply to non-resident fees or special class fees.
Student Health Insurance Fee - Mandatory $160 persemester (1994-95 rate); included in full time fees Transcript Fee $2
The Refund Policy applies to all for-credit classes regardless of location of the class.
All fee refunds will be paid by University check.
When any student enrolled in for-credit classes withdraws from Idaho State University or makes schedule changes that reduce the fee obligation, refunds are made on the following basis:
General University Fees Paid Without Use of A Fee Reduction Program: Refunds are calculated and authorized by the Office of Financial Services. The drop/withdrawal date is the actual date the drop or withdrawal form is received by an authorized University office or automated system.
Refunds of registration charges for full-time fees, part-time credit hour fees, nonresident tuition, professional program fees, and departmental fees are calculated on the total amount of fees paid, using the first official day of the University semester or session as the starting date.
First time students at ISU who receive Federal Financial Aid may have their refund determined on a pro-rated basis per Federal Guidelines Percentage refund of computed base:
Before and during the first week of classes 100% (less a registration processing charge of $10.00) During the second week of classes 75% During third and fourth week of classes 50% After the fourth week No RefundsFor classes, seminars and workshops with non-standard starting and ending dates, refund requests are reviewed on an exception basis. The starting and ending dates are those designated by the University Registrar.
Non-Refundable Fee Charges/Payments:
Refund checks are not processed until four weeks after the start of the term or until at least three weeks after the actual date of payment for the term.
Any check tendered in payment of registration fees and subsequently returned by the bank will result in automatic postponement of the student's registration.
In the case of a check tendered in payment for room and board and subsequently returned by the bank, the student is notified immediately and allowed not more than five (5) days for the check to clear. If not cleared within that time, the student's meal ticket and/or room reservations is canceled.