The College of Idaho will begin offering summer courses this year, providing additional opportunities for current and new students to take classes in subjects such as politics, psychology and Spanish.
“The College of Idaho is proud to have the best graduation rate in the state, and we will continue that tradition by providing new options for students to complete their coursework over the summer,” said Paul Moulton, associate dean of academic affairs. “Summer courses provide our students with more flexibility in arranging their academic schedules. We also look forward to welcoming new students who are interested in taking summer classes.”
Registration for summer courses is now under way, with the following classes to be offered:
• International Politics (May 27-June 19)
• Introduction to Political Philosophy (May 27-July 10)
• General Psychology (May 27-July 10)
• Introduction to Psychological Science (May 27-July 10)
• Introduction to Biological Psychology (May 27-July 10))
• Spanish Language & Culture I (May 27-July 24)
• Spanish Language & Culture II (May 27-July 24)
To register for summer courses, non-C of I students should contact The College of Idaho’s Admission Office at 208-459-5305 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Currently-enrolled students should contact the Registrar’s Office at 208-459-5201 or email@example.com.
More details about summer courses – including class times and locations – are available online. Tuition, which is $360 per credit, has been significantly reduced for the summer courses, providing local students with the opportunity to take courses at one of the nation’s top private colleges for a fraction of the typical cost.
Founded in 1891, The College of Idaho is the state’s oldest private liberal arts college. It has a century-old tradition of educating some of the most accomplished graduates in Idaho, including seven Rhodes Scholars, three Marshall Scholars, and another 12 Truman and Goldwater Scholars. The College is located on a beautiful campus in Caldwell, Idaho. Its distinctive PEAK curriculum challenges students to attain competencies in the four knowledge peaks of the humanities, natural sciences, social sciences and a professional field, enabling them to graduate with an academic major and three minors in four years. For more information on The College of Idaho, visit www.collegeofidaho.edu.