NONRESIDENT TRANSFER STUDENT
An nonresident transfer student is defined as an individual who has earned 14 or more semester credits after high school by the scholarship deadline and holds residency in a state other than Idaho.
Complete the checklist below to maximize your funding opportunities.
STEP 2: Complete Your FAFSA
Complete the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) to be considered for the greatest number of need-based scholarships and financial aid.
Fall Priority Deadline: February 15
Spring Priority Deadline: October 1
If this deadline has passed, we still encourage you to complete the application as some financial aid may still be available. The last day a FAFSA can be submitted is June 30th.
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|Scholarship Name||Required Cumulative College GPA||Other Criteria||Value||Length of Program||Fall Deadline||Spring Deadline|
|Gem Transfer Scholarship||3.75-4.00||earned 14 or more semester credits post high school||$15,000 per year||2 years (4 semesters)||December 15||October 1|
|WUE Transfer Scholarship||3.50-3.74||earned 14 or more semester credits post high school||$12,886 per year||2 years (4 semesters)||December 15||October 1|
- Only incoming transfer students are considered for the Gem Transfer and WUE Transfer Scholarships. Consideration is based on their admissions materials received by the scholarship deadline.
- Students must be enrolled in an eligible major. Ineligible majors include: Nursing, Pre-Nursing, Radiological Science, Pre-Radiological Science, self-supported and fully online programs. These programs are subject to change.
- Additional details and renewal information
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Students admitted to the Honors College are encouraged to apply for Honors Scholarships.
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