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Community Learning at C of I proves FUN for all

About 18 kids scoured three crime scenes roped off in yellow tape, eager to unravel the mystery of who nabbed a professor’s dog. Looking at clues, collecting evidence and dusting for fingerprints, the kids gradually uncovered the story the evidence told.

The class, ‘CSI: Detective Camp,’ was one of The College of Idaho’s Community Learning classes being offered this summer.

In the News

  • Alumni News & Notes: Kay Hansen ’77 and Abby Griffitts ’02 were both recently named as assistant principals in the Boise School District. Hansen will be an assistant principal at Riverside and White Pine elementary schools, while Griffitts will be at Shadow Hills and Morley Nelson elementary schools.

In the news…

  • Alumni News & Notes: Brian Heron ’86 wrote and published his first book, Alone: A 4,000 Mile Search for Belonging. In 2011, propelled by a growing sense of dread, Heron embarked on an epic 4,000 mile bicycle adventure through some of America’s most challenging terrain to search for a feeling of belonging.

Senior class readies for Commencement 2016

The College of Idaho will celebrate the graduating class of 2016 during its annual commencement ceremony, which is set for 10 a.m. Saturday, May 21, in Morrison Quadrangle on the C of I campus in Caldwell. For full details, visit www.collegeofidaho.edu/commencement.

For the nearly 300 Yotes who will walk across the stage—one of the largest classes in C of I history—it will be a bittersweet day as students leave the place they’ve called home for the last four years to start a new chapter in their lives.

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C of I offers discounted summer classes

This summer, students across the Gem State and beyond will have an opportunity to study at Idaho’s top college at a discounted rate.

The College of Idaho is offering ten for-credit courses during the summer term, which runs from May 31 through July 29. The classes, which are open to both current and non-C of I students, are being offered at a reduced price of $360 per credit. Students who aren’t enrolled at the College—including high school seniors—only need to complete a one-page application to enroll in a summer class.

In the News

  • Coyote Athletics Roundup: Check out the latest issue of "The Pack," the official magazine of Coyote Athletics...Baseball is in first place of the NAIA West after going on a 10-game win streak…Tennis swept NCAA Division III opponent Willamete...F

C of I receives $250,000 student travel grant

Every year, dozens of College of Idaho students enjoy off-campus study experiences with their professors and peers.

C of I breaks ground on new Cruzen-Murray Library

Click here to view photos from the groundbreaking and architectural renderings of the library.

By next fall, The College of Idaho will be home to one of the most architecturally beautiful, state-of-the-art buildings in the Gem State—one that will serve as a new intellectual commons for C of I students, faculty and the entire campus community.

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