Since 1889, the University of Idaho has provided motivated students with a transformative higher education experience that prepares them to solve real-world problems and achieve success in their lives and careers.
Our educational offerings will transform the lives of our students through engaged learning and self-reflection. Our teaching and learning will include undergraduate, graduate, professional and continuing education offered through face-to-face instruction, technology-enabled delivery and hands-on experience. Our educational programs will strive for excellence and will be enriched by the knowledge, collaboration, diversity and creativity of our faculty, students and staff.
Exceptional research universities such as the University of Idaho prepare their students not just with today's knowledge but also with the ability to discover new knowledge, solve novel problems, lead and construct the future. We educate students at the undergraduate, graduate, and professional levels to meet the needs of Idaho and the world. We improve lives by creating knowledge and impact through our research, scholarship and creative activity.
The world of work is vast, varied, and full of exciting possibilities. Because of this, the line between major and career is rarely straight. Below are resources to help you explore careers and majors including career assessments that ask questions to uncover your interests and strengths; data that dives deeper into industries, regions, and educational considerations; and other strategies for exploring your career interests and professional values.
The Global Student Satisfaction Awards empower students across the globe to determine the best universities of 2019. By rating institutions on a scale from 1 to 5, on multiple studies-related questions, we found the top educators in the world.Learn more about the Global Student Satisfaction Awards
The Office of the Dean of Students takes leadership in creating a compassionate, safe and vibrant residential campus community of choice. We promote educational and leadership experiences that prepare students to serve their communities and respect the dignity of all persons.
As a University of Idaho faculty member, you play an important role in promoting equal access for students with disabilities. You do this by creating accessibility in your courses, referring students who need accommodations to CDAR and working with students who have accommodations in your courses.
The University of Idaho Library has grown from a single classroom located in the University Administration Building in 1892, to become the largest library in the state of Idaho, housing well over a million books and subscribing to almost ten thousand periodicals, in print and online.
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The health of our Vandal Family is important. That is why we partner with Gritman Moscow Family Medicine to provide a full range of healthcare needs on the Moscow campus. Two clinicians provide services to students, faculty and staff, making everything from wellness checks to illness diagnosis and treatment easy to access.
At U of I, you’ll get the authentic college experience. And living on our beautiful classic campus puts you at the center of it all. Whether you choose a residence hall or Greek house, living on campus makes it easy to find your crowd at student clubs, socials and campus hot spots. You’ll be surrounded by action — just steps from Vandal athletic events, student activities and shows, the award-winning Student Recreation Center, the annual Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival and so much more.
Sport clubs are organized by university students, faculty and staff for the purpose of furthering a common interest in sport through intercollegiate participation and competition.
By taking leadership roles in student organizations, students may hone their organizational skills while forging important ties with the larger legal community. Student organizations participate in public service, bring distinguished speakers to the College, build community awareness of important issues, and much more.
The University of Idaho is accredited by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities, which recognizes our compliance with its standards of higher education. Many of our schools, colleges, departments and programs have separate accreditation as well.
While the quality of the education is generally good, the stem tracks like the one I was in were filled with weed-out classes that were discouraging not just because of their difficulty but also the lack of learning involved in such classes. Most teachers were nice as were my fellow students, I just had a hard time coming up with motivation for what felt like busy work...
Considering everything that is going on with Covid-19 the university is taking all the necessary steps and measures to make sure that the students and faculty are safe.
I gained a lot education wise but I suffered a lot socially. Moscow, Idaho is a small town with not a lot to do, I wish to continue my education somewhere that has more experiences available to me. In fact my experience there was so poor that I had considered not going back to school at all, I have taken a year off instead and actually miss learning a lot and I intend to...
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