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High-achieving students. Personable, accessible professors. A close-knit campus community. It’s no wonder The College of Idaho is receiving national recognition once again. Today, U.S. News & World Report has named the C of I one of America’s top academic institutions.
The 2017 “Best National Liberal Arts Colleges” rankings put the Caldwell private college at No. 168. The annual rankings are based upon graduation rate, class size, alumni giving percentage and other key indicators of academic quality.
The College of Idaho has once again earned national recognition, being named to the 2016-17 edition of Colleges of Distinction, a college guidebook which features schools it considers the nation’s best places to learn, grow and succeed.
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The College of Idaho has received a $100,000 grant from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation in support of digital liberal arts education. The grant, which will help fund curricular and pedagogical planning at the C of I, is the first award the College has received from The Mellon Foundation. It also marks the first foundation grant cultivated by new C of I President Charlotte Borst.