1. Application for Admission;
2. Application Fee ($20, non-refundable). (For those students who have NOT taken classes at ISU for 5 or more years).
3. Complete, official transcripts from any other colleges attended since enrolled at ISU.
ALL REQUIRED DOCUMENTS MUST BE RECEIVED PRIOR TO ENROLLMENT
Students who HAVE enrolled for ISU classes during a 2-year time period may register for classes without re-applying to the university. However, some departments may have more restrictive requirements, and admission may be valid for only a particular semester or year. Students should contact departments to determine these more restrictive requirements. Those students sitting out a semester or more are required to provide the Admissions Office with their current address, telephone number, major, and official transcript from other colleges they may have attended.
NOTE: It is critical that students submit the necessary admission documents early so they may be cleared to pre-register for classes early. Those submitting application materials late cannot be assured of registration for the current semester.
Applicants seeking transient student status should obtain the Declaration as a Transient Undergraduate form from the Office of Admissions. In addition, such a student is required to submit an official transcript from the last college attended OR verification from the registrar of that institution that the applicant is a student in good standing at the college. This verification can be made by obtaining the registrars seal and signature on the lower portion of the declaration form.
The classification of a transient student is valid for one semester or two summer sessions only. This is because of the demands made by employers, bureaus of occupational licenses and teacher certification divisions of the respective state departments of education to have the students entire academic record consolidated on a regular transcript form for purposes of future reference, counseling and issuing of licenses or certificates.
Admitted as a transient student will be entered in the memo space of the transcript.
If at the end of the semester or summer session the student wishes to remain at ISU to work toward a degree, s/he must then furnish complete transcripts and test scores for admission as a regular student.
High school students may make application as non-degree seeking with the written permission from their principal or counselor, approval from the dean of the appropriate ISU academic college as well as the written signature of the Associate Director for Admissions and Enrollment Programs. High school students meeting the necessary requirements will be allowed to enroll on a part-time (1-7 credits) basis.
A student being admitted to non-degree seeking student status must (1) Supply proof that they are a high school graduate or have completed the GED; (2) understand that acceptance in this category does not constitute acceptance to a degree-granting program; (3) have sufficient educational background to qualify for the course or courses in which enrollment is sought; (4) accept personal responsibility for the applicability of credits earned while registered in this category; and (5) understand that students in the non-degree seeking category cannot be considered for federal or state financial aid.
Any deviations from the admission procedures listed will be acted upon by the Associate Director for Admissions and/or the Admissions Committee.
Students enrolled full-time in an Applied Technology program at ISU may also enroll for a maximum of 6 academic credits as a non-degree seeking student.
Transfer of Credits. Students completing two- or three-year advanced degrees from other countries may be considered for undergraduate admission with possible advanced standing of up to two years (60 credits) or up to three years (90 credits). Any credits advanced to the student have been determined acceptable based on a course by course analysis after official transcripts and a syllabus have been submitted that describes the individual courses and programs of study for the student. Two- and three-year degrees from other countries are not acceptable for admission to graduate school.
Undergraduate Expenses Applied Tech Academic *Tuition and Fees: New Student $ 6,294 $ 5,885 *Books and Supplies $ 600 $ 600 Room and Board $ 3,787 $ 3,787 **Medical Insurance $ 216 $ 216 Travel $ 1,000 $ 1,000 Misc. Living Expenses $ 1,000 $ 1,000 ***Totals: $ 12,897 $12,488Note: Summer School fees were calculated for six (6) credits. Costs are subject to change.
Married students accompanied by spouse and children must provide additional funds for them.
*Some academic and most Applied Technology programs require additional tool or class costs. Students need to contact individual departments or programs for these costs.
** Students should have the necessary funds to purchase medical insurance for themselves and their family. Costs for medical services provided while in the U.S. are NOT covered by the State of Idaho or the Federal Government.
***The above prices are based on the 1993-1994 Academic year and are subject to change. The state Board of Education for Idaho has consistantly increased non-resident tuition and fees 5%--10% per year. International students are confronted with a different circumstance than resident students or even out-of-state students. These students need to supplement their personal belongings with purchases after they arrive on campus. In addition, international students may be required to arrange for their own meals during vacations when residence hall cafeterias are closed.
Applications. All international applicants must submit the following by June 1 for fall semester, November 1 for spring semester, and March 1 for the summer session:
1. Application for Admission;
2. Application Fee ($20, non-refundable);
3. Official TOEFL Scores (minimum of 500);
4. Official Transcripts from all colleges previously attended and statements of English proficiency when applicable;
5. Official Secondary or High School Transcripts if less than 25 transfer college credits have been earned;
6. Notarized statement of financial support and bank statement;
7. Students transferring from another U. S. college or university are required to have the International Student Advisor's Report form completed and submitted to the Office of Admissions along with a copy of the I-20 issued to them.
ALL REQUIRED ADMISSIONS DOCUMENTS MUST BE RECEIVED PRIOR TO ENROLLMENT NOTE: It is critical that students submit necessary admission documents early so they may be cleared to pre-register for classes early. Those submitting application materials late cannot be assured of registration for the current semester.
Upon arrival at Idaho State University, International students should contact the International Student Clerk in the Admissions Office on the second floor of the Museum Building, or Dr. Ray Wallace, International Student Advisor, in the Hypostyle (located between the Museum and Student Union Building, Office #384). Students bringing draft checks must have them cleared with the Office of Financial Affairs prior to enrolling. Students should arrive on campus early so that they can find suitable housing, pre-register for classes, and participate in New Student Orientation.