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Summer 2024 Tuition & Fees

Fee processing for Summer 2024 begins in April 2024.  Billing information is available on BengalWeb. Bills are not mailed to students. Students who register shortly before their classes start should pay fees online or at the Cashier's Office by Monday of the first week of class. Cash and check payments are accepted at the Cashier's Office on the third floor of the Administration Building.

Students should check in BengalWeb or in-person to verify fee payment and registration in classes.  Payments or qualified authorizations made by employers or other sponsoring agencies and received by the due date in ISU Finance and Business Affairs are posted to the student's account when received. To avoid late fees, students should verify payment and provide a copy of the authorization if payment is not yet posted to their account.

Students who need help with registration, scholarships, or financial aid can stop by the Museum Building Customer Service Center.

Summer Cost of Attendance


Undergraduate Fees

Part-Time (Per Credit Hour) $343.62
Mandatory Consolidated Fees $83.13

Total Tuition and Consolidated Fees per credit



Graduate Fees

Part-Time (Per Credit Hour) $480.87
Mandatory Consolidated Fees $83.13
Total Tuition and Consolidated Fees per credit $564.00
During the summer, non-resident fees are not charged to students being charged at the per credit hour rate with the exception of select programs. 

View Select Programs

What are Mandatory Consolidated Fees?

The Mandatory Consolidated Fee consists of the facilities fee, technology fee, and activity fees. This is not a new fee. This has been a part of the Full Time fee and Part Time Fee in the past. This change is a result of the State Board of Education's decision to present a breakdown of the total tuition assessed. A Full Time Student is assessed with a flat rate Consolidated fees whereas a Part Time Student is assessed with a per credit hour Consolidated Fee. This is added along with other class fees and professional fees (depending upon student registration) to the tuition of the student. 

Financial Aid disbursement begins Wednesday, May 8, 2024 (date subject to change) for students whose classes begin May 13, 2024. Financial aid will normally be processed up to 5 days before classes begin for an individual. Refunds will be delivered by eRefund or by mail. Please refer to MyISU cards for billing, financial aid, and online payment information. All refund processing is done in Pocatello, with eRefunds deposited or checks mailed as appropriate.

Installment payment plans are available for Summer Session beginning early-May on MyISU. There is no interest charge, but there is a $30 non-refundable enrollment fee. Scheduled payments will be in May, June, July, and August depending on the payment plan you choose.

A $50 late handling fee will be charged to students whose fees are not paid by Monday of the first week of classes. An additional $50.00 late fee will be assessed monthly for unpaid balances.

Students who drop classes before classes start are granted a 100% refund of fees charged. Drops within the 1st week of an 8-week class, or within the 1st two weeks of a semester class also receive a 100% refund. Those withdrawing in the second week of an 8-week class, or in the third week of a semester-length class receive a 50% refund of fees for those classes. Those eligible for a 50% refund are charged for 50% of the related withdrawn credits and 50% of the class fees for the applicable class fees.


For the refund policy, exceptions, and examples, please click here.

If you are taking classes from the University of Idaho in Summer Term 2024, your UI classes will not appear on the ISU system. Please look for your account on the University of Idaho website. If you have matriculated through ISU, and are taking UI classes, you will need to arrange payment at each institution for the classes you will be taking at each.

Students seeking a degree through the University of Idaho should coordinate with UI to receive financial aid. If you are taking classes from ISU, please check with a financial aid counselor concerning a consortium agreement to maximize your eligibility for federal financial aid. ISU degree-seeking students taking UI classes should similarly consider a consortium agreement for the UI credits.