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Financial Aid, Scholarships, and More

Learn about potential ways to help finance your education, including financial aid programs, scholarships, and special tuition programs for residents of certain western states.

#1  Financial Aid

Students enrolled in both undergraduate and graduate programs may be eligible for financial aid. For more information, contact:

Idaho State University
Office of Financial  Aid
921 S. 8th Avenue
Stop 8077
Pocatello, ID 83209-8077
(208) 282-2756

#2 Scholarships

ISU Nutrition and Dietetic majors are eligible for two scholarships available through the generosity of program alums:

  • Rausch-Lewis Scholarship
  • Jeanette Rowe Memorial Scholarship

Applications for these opportunities are posted on the ISU Moodle Student Network. A list of past scholarship winners is posted on the department website.

Students who are members of professional and student associations may be eligible to apply for member-only scholarships offered by these groups. Please check out the organizational websites for more information:

Not a member at this time?  Consider joining applicable organizations so you’ll be able to apply in another year.

Also, look into the scholarships offered by other groups:

#3 Residents of Western States

The Western Undergraduate Exchange helps students to enroll in selected out-of-state professional programs not offered in their resident state. Outbound students and their families save money through reduced tuition arrangements.

Are you are a resident of Alaska, Arizona, Hawaii, Montana, or Wyoming? If so, contact the certifying office in your state or the WICHE Office in Colorado:

WICHE Student Exchange Program
P.O. Box 9752
Boulder, CO 80301-9752
(303) 541-0214

The Western Regional Graduate Program (WRGP) allows graduate students who are residents of WICHE member states to enroll in 800+ graduate programs at some 60 public institutions outside of their home state and pay up to 150 percent of resident tuition.  To learn more, contact the ISU Graduate School at gradschool@isu.edu or (208) 282-2150.

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