Financial Arrangements

Registered students can view their accounts and make payments online. Log in to The College Of Idaho webpage and click on the gold box "+Yote Links", then click the " Make Payment" link. Students can view their real time account balance, view or print their statement, and make payments by credit card or e-check.


Payment is due by August 15 for Fall and December 15 for Spring. Payments for the summer term are due the first day of instruction. The Statement of Account will reflect the most accurate information available; however, adding or dropping classes or making changes to room assignments and meal plans may generate additional charges. Students are responsible for obtaining the information needed in order to pay tuition and fees by the due date(s). Payment arrangements must be made prior to due dates referenced above. All students are required to complete their financial aid paperwork and pay, or make arrangements to pay, their Fall balance before moving into college-owned housing. Priority registration for Winter and Spring will begin after the Fall break. However, students may not register for Winter and Spring until they have completed their financial aid paperwork and paid, or made arrangements to pay, their Winter/Spring balance.

To register for classes in Winter Term, students must be paid in full for Fall Term or have made acceptable arrangements with the Business Office.  If a student withdraws after the Winter Term but is present for Winter Term, a daily room and board rate will be charged to the student for Winter.

Students having problems meeting their financial obligations to the college should address their questions and/or concerns to the student accounts representative. Failure to make payment arrangements with the Business Office will result in the student being subject to the Delinquent Student Accounts Policy located in the Student Handbook.

The College of Idaho reserves the right to withhold transcripts and grades and to suspend the ability to add or drop classes for students with unpaid balances.