Post-secondary education ranges from vocational/technical schools and community colleges to four-year universities. The more education you get, the more likely it is that you’ll be able to adapt to a wide variety of jobs and careers. Every bit of education you get after high school increases the chances you’ll earn good pay. Most college graduates earn a lot more money during their working years than people who stop their education at high school. Education beyond high school gives you a lot of other benefits, including meeting new people, taking part in new opportunities to explore your interests and experiencing success.
There are many educational options for students in Idaho and the listings here will help you identify starting points to find out what accommodations are available to students with and without disabilities and what type of school is the best fit for you or your child.
Click links below for lists of Idaho post-secondary schools.
Idaho Vocational Schools Idaho Colleges and Universities
FAFSA/Federal Student Aid general
|Address Line 1||FAFSA/Free Application for Federal Student Aid|
|Phone||1-800-4-FED-AID (1-800-433-3243)||TTY (for the hearing impaired): 1-800-730-8913||319-337-5665|
|Website||https://fafsa.ed.gov/ and http://studentaid.ed.gov/|
|Email is submitted on FAFSA website|
|Description||Federal Student Aid
· part of the U.S. Department of Education
· largest provider of student financial aid.
· providing more than $150 billion in federal grants, loans, and work-study funds
|Address Line 1||KnowHow2Go|
|Description||· campaign designed to encourage students and veterans to prepare for college.
· learn how to be college-ready.
Opportunities Unlimited For people with disabilities
|Address Line 1||Opportunities Unlimited|
|Address Line 2||405 E. Main Street|
|City, State, Zip||Grangeville||ID||83530|
|Website||http://oui.org/local website: http://oui.org/locations/grangeville/|
|Email is submitted on the website|
|Description||· private, nonprofit organization
· purpose of providing evaluation, training, employment, education, placement and support services to individuals with emotional, physical and developmental disabilities,
· including people with severe disabilities and people who are disadvantaged.
· services to increase level of independent functioning, vocational skills and earned income in order to decrease their reliance upon public and private support