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CHAPTER FOUR: 4500

ACADEMIC POLICIES AND REGULATIONS

July 1996


4500

INQUIRIES FROM PROSPECTIVE STUDENTS

PREAMBLE: Original to the 1979 Handbook; revised in July of 1996 by the addition of appropriate references to the newly created Graduate Admissions Office and in February of 2007 this section was completely revised to reflect current information. For further information, contact the Admissions Office (208-885-6326), New Student Services (208-885-6163), the Graduate Admissions Office (208-885-4001), or College of Law Office of Admissions (208-885-6423).

Members of the faculty and staff who receive inquiries from students interested in attending the University of Idaho as an undergraduate, graduate, or law student should forward them to the New Student Services office, the Graduate Admissions Office, or the Director of Admissions in the College of Law, respectively. They may, of course, acknowledge the inquiry and furnish specific program information requested. Specific questions or inquiries about undergraduate admissions policies and procedures can also be directed to the Admissions Office.

Upon receipt of a request, either directly from the student or from another office, New Student Services will send the following materials: a view book, residence hall and greek housing information, financial aid information, WUE information (if student is from a WUE participating state), a scholarship brochure, an application for admission, and any other materials specifically requested. Graduate Admissions and the Director of Law Admissions will respond to inquiries from prospective students with a letter addressing graduate/law information and procedures, and reference to websites providing additional information on graduate/law admissions and financial aid. If printed materials are specifically requested, Graduate Admissions will send students the Financial Aid Informer, an application for admission, information on application deadlines, and a list of degrees and programs. The College of Law will provide an application for admission, information on application deadlines, and other information as requested.

 

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