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Financial assistance at The College of Idaho comes in several forms: merit-based scholarships, talent-based scholarships, need-based aid, federal loans and grants. Each student is automatically considered for a merit-based scholarship when they apply for admission. Talent scholarships are awarded based on performance and participation in athletics and fine arts programs at the College. Need-based and federal aid is granted based on a student’s demonstrated need and eligibility indicated on their Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).

Heritage Scholarship Weekend is approaching! 

Heritage Scholarship Weekend at The College of Idaho is exclusively for the best students to display their talents for an opportunity to earn a full-tuition scholarship to The College of Idaho, good for four academic years. Heritage Scholarship Weekend is November 22-23, 2019, and students can learn more and register by clicking here.

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Types of Aid

Help offset the costs of college with everything from scholarships to loans.

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Federal Eligibility

To qualify for federal student aid, including grants, loans and workstudy funds, you have to meet certain requirements.

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