Information from Idaho State University
Closed programmes: Any "professional programmes", including Pharmacy, Nursing, Dental Hygiene, etc.
Full time studies (corresponding to 30 hp)
Undergraduate studies: 15 credits
Graduate studies: 12 credits
Course types: Usually 3–4 credits/course
100–299: Freshman and Sophomore
300–499: Upper division (Junior and Senior)
500–600: Graduate courses
Autumn term: August–December
Spring term: January–May
Students can apply for On-Campus housing.
Residence Halls provide housing for students. The halls are best-suited for freshmen and sophomores at ISU. Residence Hall living requires purchase of a food plan. The apartments are furnished and utilities are included.
On-Campus Apartments are best suited for upper-classmen and non-traditional students. Students must be in their second year of college, or over age 19, to be eligible for an apartment.
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