Fall entry: May 1st
Spring entry: November 1st
Your application for admission to ISU serves as your Nonresident Tuition Waiver Application. International students MUST have a completed application for admission, official TOEFL or IELTS score, and official transcript(s) submitted to the International Program Office (IPO) by the above deadlines.
The primary scholarship opportunity for incoming international students at ISU are Nonresident Tuition Waivers.
A limited number of Non-Resident Tuition Waivers (NRTW) are awarded on a competitive basis. A minimum 3.0 GPA is required for initial review or consideration of awarding. NOTE: Availability of NRTWs changes each semester. The GPA required 'may" be much higher depending on the number of NRTWs available to award. In addition, other items may also be utilized if NRTWs are very limited (i.e. aggregate % marks, cambridge exam scores, etc).
Students in the non-traditional Pharmacy Program (and other over-subscribed programs) are not eligible for any non-resident tuition waivers.
Time accrued while participating in any of the NRTW programs WILL not count toward the length of time required to gain Idaho residency status.
Competition for Non-resident Tuition Waivers at the undergraduate and graduate level is very strong and many more people apply than are awarded.
You should be prepared to have sufficient funds to cover the approximate US $12,000 expense per semester should the University be unable to award one to you.
More information regarding international student admissions and related issues is available from the International Program Office.
If you are an incoming international undergraduate student (new freshman or transfer), you will be considered for possible awarding of an NRTW.
Please click on the "HONORS" button to get more information about Honors eligibility and deadlines.
Log into the Bengal Online Scholaship System (BOSS) starting January for fall admittance or October for spring admittance to apply for additional scholarships at ISU.
Browse the external scholarship list in BOSS more opportunities.
Also visit the National Scholarship Search Databse.
Remember, you should never pay to apply to a scholarship. Do not provide your SSN#. Be cautious of scams.
Call our Scholarship Office if you have questions. (208) 282-3315.