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Consortium Agreement

To receive Financial Aid from University of Idaho while attending both Idaho and another institution, you must be enrolled in at least 3 University of Idaho credits and have an approved consortium agreement each semester. To start this process, download the Consortium Agreement Form and follow the instructions and process below:

Step 1: Student must complete the following sections: Student Information, University of Idaho Information, Student Certification, Course Information.
Step 2: Once the above sections are complete, the student must submit the form to the host institution for completion by the host institution’s financial aid office. The host institution is the college or university the student plans to attend while also enrolled at U of I.
Step 3: The host institution will complete their financial aid section and then send the form to the student and/or to
Step 4: Once received, U of I Student Financial Aid Services (SFAS) and Registrar will work together to determine eligibility based on cumulative credits.
Step 5: U of I SFAS will determine financial aid eligibility based on enrollment and award the student accordingly.

See enrollment requirements for scholarships.

University of Idaho/Washington State University Cooperative Course Program

Students receiving their financial aid in a degree program at U of I and enrolled in University of Idaho/Washington State University Cooperative Course Program may take approved classes at Washington State University (WSU) and count those credits toward their financial aid eligibility. No additional forms need to be completed as course information will be shared electronically between the two institutions.

The classes in the program make up less than 50% of any degree program at U of I. In most cases, students will just take 1 to 5 classes to supplement their degree requirements at U of I. Class will be held on one of the WSU campuses (most on the Pullman campus) and may be offered in a traditional classroom setting, online, or a combination of both.

U of I cost of attendance will be used for calculating financial aid eligibility. Students will pay U of I base tuition and fees. Special additional class fees may be charged to the student by WSU depending on the class. If a student files an appeal for a special circumstance those extra fees may be considered in the student's cost of attendance based on the professional judgment of the financial aid office.

Student Financial Aid Services

Physical Address:

Bruce M. Pitman Center
Room 101

709 Deakin Avenue
Moscow, ID 83844

Mailing Address:
Student Financial Aid Office
875 Perimeter Dr
MS 4291
Moscow, ID 83844-4291

Phone: 208-885-6312

Fax: 208-885-5592