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Tuition and Fees

EO-delivered courses carry a per credit production fee, which helps cover the cost of production and delivery. Nonresidents pay the same amount as Idaho residents for EO-delivered courses.

The cost of textbooks, computer software and proctoring services (if charged) are not included in EO fees:

Fall 2015Summer 2016 Engineering Outreach Fees  
Course Level
UI Undergraduate/Nondegree Admission
UI Graduate Admission
Courses numbered 100499
$614.00 per credit
$720.00 per credit
Courses numbered 500599
$681.00 per credit
$720.00 per credit
Note 1: Fees are subject to change by the Board of Regents of the University of Idaho.
Note 2: UI Full-time students pay a production of $263 per credit in addition to full-time fees for EO-delivered courses.

If you are not a resident of Idaho, you may be charged an additional non-resident fee during the fall and spring semesters for courses you enroll in that are not delivered by EO. 

Courses not delivered by EO include research or thesis credits, directed study, capstone projects, internships, and courses attended on campus. These courses may also carry special lab and course fees, depending on the course.

Non-resident fees are not added to any course during the summer semester.
Visit the Student Accounts website for current tuition and fee amounts for courses not delivered by EO.

Fees are due and full payment is expected by the first day of the semester. Late fees will accrue on the second day of the semester unless you have paid your fees in full or established a UI payment plan. To learn about the different payment options, visit Payment Options. You will not be dropped from your course(s), nor is your registration canceled if payment is not received by the first day of the semester. You will be unable to access the EO portal or take exams until you have paid your fees in full or have established a UI payment plan.

If you drop a course or withdraw from the university, you are responsible for any non-refunded portion of the fees, including late fees. For semester dates and deadlines, visit the EO Calendar.

Late Fee Policy
A $75 late fee begins on the second day of the semester if a student’s account is not paid in full or the student has not signed up for a payment plan. An additional $100 late fee begins on the 11th day of classes for students whose account balances are not paid in full. Students who have not paid their balances in full by the last day of each month will be charged an additional $100.