FULL-TIME UNDERGRADUATE ENROLLMENT
Full-time students are those enrolled for 12 or more units, inclusive, during Fall and Winter/Spring terms.
2013-2014 Academic Year
Additional charges may be assessed for overloads and summer internships/independent studies. Overload charges will be assessed for each credit exceeding 18 in Fall term ($343/credit) and 23 in Winter/Spring ($343/credit).
RESIDENCE HALL COSTS (ANNUAL RATE)
The College of Idaho offers on-campus housing to all full-time students. Part-time students may live on campus as space permits. All full-time students who are not yet 21, unmarried and without dependent children are required to live in campus housing for six semesters. For more information about this policy and about Residence Life in general, please visit the Residence Life webpage:
|Hayman & Simplot||$4,325|
|Finney & Voorhees||$3,830|
Singles in Double (room designed for two occupants)
Hayman & Simplot
|Finney & Voorhees||$5,400|
Design Single (room designed for one occupant)
|Hayman & Simplot||$5,275|
|Finney & Voorhees||$4,725|
|The Village Apartments|
|Village (Quad/10 month contract)||$5,234|
|Village (Double/10month contract)||$5,690|
BOARD PLAN (ASSUMES BOARD COST PLUS ANY APPLICABLE IDAHO STATE SALES TAX)
The College of Idaho expects that all full-time students participate in a meal plan. All students in residence halls must be on a Block Plan. Full-time undergraduates not living in campus housing are required, at a minimum, to participate in a commuter plan.
A student may add Coyote Cash onto his/her meal plan and upgrade to a larger meal plan at any point in the year. Meal Plans A or B can be downgraded only during the first week of Fall and Winter terms. If a student wishes to change his/her meal plan after the first week, or is approved by the Non-Academic Petition Committee to change his/her meal plan after the first week, that change will not take effect until the following term.
|# of Meals
# of Meals for
# of Meals for
Cost per term/year includes
|Plan A||410 Meals||173||237||$2,266 / $4,532|
|Plan B||320 Meals||133||187||$2,088 / $4,176|
|Plan C||230 Meals||93||137||$1,879 / $3,758|
|Plan D||150 Meals||63||87||$1,312 / $2,624|
|Commuter Plan||$689 / $1378|
|Senior Commuter Plan||$345 / $689|
MEAL PLAN DESCRIPTIONS
Meal Plan A is for students who plan on eating most of their daily meals in the Simplot Cafe'. Each term allows for approximately 13 meals per week. $150.00 Coyote Cash is included each term.
Meal Plan B is for students who plan on eating regularly in the Simplot Cafe'. Each term allows for approximately 10 meals a week. $175.00 Coyote Cash is included each term.
Meal Plan C is for students who plan on eating only one meal a day in the Simplot Cafe'. Each term allows for approximately 7 meals per week. $200.00 Coyote Cash is included each term.
Meal Plan D is available to juniors and seniors only. $300 Coyote Cash is included each term.
- Additional Coyote Cash can be added at any time.
- Meals do not carry over from term to term.
- Coyote Cash associated with a meal plan carry over within an academic year as long as the student continues on the meal plan for Winter/Spring Term.
- Meals and Coyote Cash not used by the end of the academic year will be lost.
|This fee is refundable up to May 1st. After May 1st, this fee is non-refundable; however, it will be applied to student fees of enrolled students.||$300|
Fees are not refundable after first week of class.
|Academic Service Fee||$50|
|New Student Fees|
|ASACI Student Fees (students registered for 7 or more units)|
|C of I Student Senate votes each year to establish fee amount||$375|
|Budget Payment Plan Enrollment Fee|
|Reserved Parking Fees|
|Residence Hall Lot||$105|
|Returned Check Charge||$25|
STUDENT HEALTH INSURANCE
The College of Idaho requires all full-time students to carry medical insurance and provide proof of coverage annually. Students will be automatically enrolled and billed for insurance. The cost of the plan is payable on the first semester billing. If proof of adequate insurance is furnished to the college by the last day to add/drop in the first term attended, the insurance will be canceled and the charged reversed.
Eligible dependents of students enrolled in the plan may participate in the plan on a voluntary basis. Additional information can be obtained from the Business Office.
Student Health Insurance
|Domestic students||$1750 (approximately)|
|International students||$1280 (approximately)|
Some classes require additional fees for equipment or materials. Please consult course schedule for details. Fees are not refundable after first week of class.
Science Lab Fees (Chemistry, Physics, Biology & Geology)
Software Fee (applied to MAT-112 classes)
Software Fee (applies to PSY-312 classes)
Physical Education Activities
Music - Private Lesson
- One half unit, instrument or voice (one half-hour lesson weekly)
- One unit, same instrument or voice (one one-hour lesson weekly)
One year's cost for a typical student living on campus is approximately:
|Room & Board**||8,501|
|Books & Supplies||1,200|
|Personl & Misc.||700|
|Total Cost of Education***||$35,456|
*(Academic Service Fee, Student Fees, New Student Fee)
**(Double Room $4,325 and Block Plan B + Id St Sales Tax $4,176)
***Total Cost of Education does not include class specific fees or student insurance.
PART-TIME ENROLLMENT (CHARGES PER UNIT)
Students who have received an undergraduate degree or are 25 or older may enroll for classes at a reduced rate of $485 per unit. This reduced rate does not apply to independent study, internships, music lessons, practice teaching or other classes where individual attention is the primary means of instruction.
Internships, Independent Study or other classes taken during the summer, excluding Pre-Certification Program, Master of Arts in Teaching and Masters of Education will be billed at $343 per credit.
For information regarding the option to audit or take a course non-credit please refer to Auditing and Non-Credit Instruction.
Part-Time Tuition - Credit or Non-credit
|- Under age 25, no undergraduate degree||$970|
|- Age 25 or older, or undergraduate degree||$485|
|Academic Service Fee (per term)||$25|
Pre-Certification (Undergraduate course work required for entry into the fifth-year internship or MAT programs)
Full-time students with a bachelor's degree
|$485 per credit|
Academic Service Fee
|$25 per term|
|$188 per term|
Master of Arts in Teaching / Intern Year Programs
|Master of Arts in Teaching|
- 1st Summer - 8 credit hours
- 2nd Summer - 6 credit hours
Academic Service Fee (per term)
Masters in Education
|Academic Service Fee (per term)||$25|
Registered students can view their accounts and make payments online. Log in to WebAdvisor and click on 'Students' then the 'View Account and Make Payments' link. Students can view their real time account balance, view or print their statement and make payments by credit card or e-check.
Payment is due by August 15 and December 15 for Fall and Winter/Spring terms respectively. The Statement of Account will reflect the most accurate information available, however, adding or dropping classes or making changes to room assignments and meal plans may trigger additional charges. Students are responsible for obtaining the information needed in order to pay tuition and fees by the due date(s). Payment arrangements must be made prior to due dates referenced above. All students are required to complete their financial aid paperwork and pay, or make arrangements to pay, their fall balance before moving into college-owned housing. Students may register for the Winter/Spring term only after the Fall break. Priority registration for the Winter/Spring will begin after the Fall break. However, students may not register for Winter/Spring until they have completed their financial aid paperwork and paid, or made arrangements to pay, their Winter /Spring balance.
STUDENTS HAVING PROBLEMS MEETING THEIR FINANCIAL OBLIGATIONS TO THE COLLEGE SHOULD ADDRESS THEIR QUESTIONS AND/OR CONCERNS TO THE STUDENT ACCOUNTS REPRESENTATIVE. Failure to make payment arrangements with the Business Office will result in student being subject to the Delinquent Student Accounts Policy located in the Student Handbook.
The College of Idaho reserves the right to withhold transcripts, grades and suspend the ability to add or drop classes for students with unpaid balances.
- Option 1Pay the term balance by the due date. Most major credit cards are honored. Registered students can make payments online with a credit card or e-check. Students will need to log into their WebAdvisor account, click on the 'Students' link and 'View Account and Make Payments' link.
- Option 2Interest-Free Monthly Payment Option. This payment option offered in partnership with Tuition Management Systems, Inc. (TMS), as an alternative to large, annual or semester payments and helps limit borrowing. This plan offers the option of making 12, 10, or 8, monthly payments with the last payment being due in May. Early start up allows students to spread payments over a longer period of time. The cost of this plan is $60 per year or $45 per term with no other fees or interest charges. You may call TMS for information and application at 1-800-356-8329 or www.afford.com/collegeofidaho. All monthly payment plans are required to be handled through TMS. The Business Office reserves the right to discontinue or to refuse the TMS option to those students who have shown a poor credit history with the College.
- Option 3Obtain additional loan funds through the Parent Plus Loan or a private Alternative Student loan.
The College of Idaho reserves the right to charge interest at 1% per month on all unpaid balances (does not include accounts on monthly payment plan option) over 30 days. Interest will be added to student accounts on the 10th of each month.
STUDENT PRIVACY ACT
Federal law prohibits release of academic or financial records, even to parents, without the student's consent for students over 18 years of age.
Institutional Refund Policy - If a student withdraws on or before the 60% point in time of the semester, calculated using calendar days, the refund is determined by the total payment on the account from all sources, minus the charges for tuition, fees, room and board for the enrollment period. Tuition, room and board are prorated for the attendance period. Student Fees are non-refundable. Funds are returned to the federal programs (according to the Federal Refund Policy), institutional programs, outside scholarships, and then to the student.
Institutional charges and institutional aid for the two terms are refundable for official withdrawals as follows:
# of days attended
= % of refund
|Less than 60%||= no refund|
Federal Refund Policy - If a student withdraws on or before the 60% point in time of the period of enrollment (semester), calculated using calendar days, a portion of the Title IV federal aid funds (Pell Grant, SEOG, Federal Perkins Loan, Federal Stafford Loan, Federal PLUS loan) must be returned, according to the provisions of the Higher Education Amendments of 1998. Work-study funds are not included in this calculation. The student will receive a copy of the calculation and the assignment of the refund amount to the various fund accounts will be itemized.
The amounts returned to the federal programs must be applied in the following order (no refund can exceed the amount the student received from that fund):
- Federal Unsubsidized Loan
- Federal Subsidized Loan
- Federal Perkins Loan
- Federal PLUS Loan
- Federal Pell Grant
- Federal SEOG
STUDENT ACCOUNT CREDIT BALANCE REFUND CHECKS
If your financial aid will create a credit on your student account, a refund check will be sent to your campus mailbox. A credit balance created by a PLUS loan on a student account will be sent to the parent unless prior arrangements have been made with the Business Office to have the credit balance refunded to the student.
NON-ACADEMIC STUDENT PETITIONS
The non-academic student petition is the process by which students may petition for release from the residency requirement and/or meal plan requirement, to downgrade a meal plan, or to request a refund of student fees.
Students submitting non-academic petitions are responsible for providing any and all documentation requested to evaluate the petition. No action will be taken on a petition until the student has provided all necessary documentation and/or authorized the release of information. Non-academic student petitions must be filed every year.
Students may appeal the outcome of the petition by writing a letter to the Dean of Students.