Transfer Application Checklist: Complete and Submit Free Application or the Common Application Official college transcript(s)- must be sent by issuing institution Letter of Recommendation FAFSA (required for financial aid and complete award packages) If transferring with fewer than 28 college credits: Official high school transcript or GED- must be sent by issuing institution ACT or SAT scores (or test optional: Consult with Admission Counselor) Transfer Requirements- PEAK The College of Idaho generally accepts up to 90 transfer credits including up to 70 community college credits. Transfer students complete the PEAK Curriculum under the following guidelines: 50+ Completed Credits: 1 Major, Professional Minor, Transfer Core Cover 1 Academic PEAK with Major Professional PEAK Minor Transfer Core 29-49 Completed Credits: 1 Major, 2 minors, Transfer Core Cover 2 Academic PEAKs with 1 Major and 1 Minor Professional PEAK Minor Transfer Core 0-28 Completed Credits: 1 Major, 3 Minors HFA Program NSM Program SSH Program Professional PEAK Minor Scholarships Merit Based Awards: Students are automatically considered for merit scholarships upon acceptance to The College of Idaho for the 2020-21 academic year . These Awards are based on cumulative college-level GPA and are allocated annually as follows: Scholarship Amount Per Year GPA Presidential Merit $20,000 3.80 and above Trustee Merit $17,000 3.60 - 3.79 Deans Merit $15,000 3.40 - 3.59 William Judson Boone Merit $12,000 3.20 - 3.39 PEAK Merit $10,000 2.50 - 3.19 Talent Based Scholarships Students may apply for talent based scholarship in the following areas: Music Theater Art Athletics Speech and Debate Campus Ministries Cheer and Color Guard Marching Band Phi Theta Kappa: $1000 Annual Scholarship Phi Theta Kappa members can receive an automatic annual scholarship. Please submit Proof of Membership with your application or to your admission counselor. If you're interested in joining PTK, you can find out if your college has a PTK advisor and contact them for information about joining. Steps after Admission Reply to offer of Admission through The College of Idaho Portal Financial Aid chat with admission counselor (1-2 weeks after admission) upon FAFSA completion Pay $300 enrollment deposit through the College Portal to secure enrollment in courses and student housing if applicable ← Apply First Year or Transfer Student? "I'm Super Lucky" Caly Thurston '21, a Biomedical Science major, describes her journey to The College of Idaho after not finding what she was looking for in her educational experience at a large state school.