Graduates of the United World Colleges know that understanding other cultures is essential in a global society. The College of Idaho is committed to preparing students to thrive in this diverse world, and with students representing more than 40 nations among our student body of just over 1,000 you’ll quickly become friends with international and American students alike.
Benefits for Davis UWC Graduates
As a partner of the Davis United World College Scholars Program, The College of Idaho has welcomed dozens of UWC students who have contributed to the diversity of our campus community. Graduates of all United World Colleges receive a need-based grant of up to $20,000 per year towards the costs of undergraduate study at The College of Idaho. UWC graduates who enroll at The College of Idaho as first-year students are eligible for an additional merit scholarship to help cover the cost of their attendance, which is renewable each year for four years. Other benefits for Davis United World College Scholars attending C of I include:
- Sophomore standing and 30 units of credit for an I.B. Diploma score of 28 or better.
- Preferred status for admission to The College of Idaho.
- Dedicated academic and career advising.
For more information about applying to The College of Idaho as a Davis Scholar and scholarships, contact Brian Bava, dean of enrollment, by email at firstname.lastname@example.org, call 208-459-5319 or fax 208-459-5757.