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C of I featured in Fiske Guide to Colleges 2018

The College of Idaho continues to be recognized as one of Idaho’s top colleges with inclusion into the 2018 edition of the Fiske Guide to Colleges.

Compiled annually by former New York Times education editor Edward B. Fiske, the Fiske Guide to Colleges is one of the top independent voices in college admissions, taking a selective, subjective and systematic look at over 300 colleges and universities in the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom.

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  • We’re officially in the summer, Yotes, and it’s perfect weather to get yourself into a nice, air conditioned movie theater! Don’t know what to see? Don’t worry! Theatre professor Joe Golden is back with a new summer movie edition of “The Golden Minute” to help you make a decision! Check out the video here!

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  • It may be summer, but Dr. Howard Berger still has a lot to say in the newest episode of “The Berger Banter!" What does Dr. Berger think about “the FaceTube”? Click here to find out.

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  • Episode 20 of Charlotte’s Webcast is now live! Check in with President Borst to learn more about some of our outstanding student successes ahead of Commencement on Saturday.

C of I named No. 2 small college in America

National recognition continues to pile up for The College of Idaho, which has been ranked No. 2 on the website Best College Review’s 2017 list of the “Top 50 Best Small Colleges in the U.S.”

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  • Welcome, Class of 2021! The C of I held Admitted Student Open House on April 22, welcoming more than 100 students from around the country and even the world! We can’t wait to see our new students on campus this fall, but in the meantime, check out an ASOH video and photo album here!

C of I receives 2017 Best Value School Award

The College of Idaho’s dedication to providing students with a top-dollar education at a fair price has received national recognition, with the C of I earning a 2017 Best Value School Award.

The award, which is issued by University Research & Review, recognizes not only affordability, but also the value students receive, including academic quality, program variety and overall student satisfaction.

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  • Episode 19 of Charlotte’s Webcast is live, featuring additional coverage of Giving Day as well as a peek into the plans of some standout graduating seniors.

President Borst publishes Op-Ed on disease awareness

College of Idaho President Charlotte Borst recently wrote an Op-Ed piece on behalf of the Idaho Immunization Coalition. Dr. Borst, whose academic background is in the history of science and medicine, advocates for the importance of protecting Idaho’s college campus communities through immunization and education. Specifically, she points to the importance of educating students about the dangers of Type B meningitis, a potentially deadly disease that impacts many campuses across the United States. Dr.