Financial Aid & Scholarships
The Financial Aid Office can help provide you the tools you need to put your financial aid in place.
- FAFSA - Free Application for Federal Student Aid
- Tuition Costs
- Missionary Deferrals & Aid
- Getting Married & Aid Impacts
Payment for tuition is always due the first day of the semester. We then give up until one week after the first day of school to make changes in your classes. After the first week of classes, any balance owing for Tuition/Fees or the Student Health Plan will be assessed a 5% late fee. Also, if your student drops classes after the first 7 days, they will not receive a refund on their tuition. The only way to get a refund is to completely withdraw from the semester at which time your student will only be given a prorated refund.
How does my student pay tuition?
It is recommended that your student pay their tuition through my.byui.edu (MORE tab, then choose FINANCES) before the start of school.
What are the acceptable payment methods?
For your student, paying their account at BYU-Idaho is easy! The Accounting Services Office accepts cash, checks, and money orders in the Cashier's Office, and electronic checks (E-Checks), as well as VISA, Mastercard, and Discover credit cards online.
Am I authorized to access my student's account?
This can be done through your student's my.byui.edu account.
- Select the "More" tab and choose "Finances"
- Select the "Make Payment" button
- Under the "Parent/Authorized Users" heading, click "Add New"
Working on campus will not only help you pay for college but can also help you prepare for future employment and leadership opportunities. Be aware, not every campus department posts their jobs on the BYU-Idaho Job Board.
- Job Search Tips
- Listing of campus departments who have hired students in the past
- On-Campus Job Board
- Off-Campus Employment Opportunities