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.
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
His players call him ‘Hummer.’ Quiet and understated, baseball head coach Shawn Humberger ’89 has been a fixture in the C of I dugout for almost three decades. He played for the Yotes the year after the baseball team was reintroduced 1987 and never left. After several years as an assistant coach, he’s spent the last 16 seasons at the helm of the program.
Want to major in fun this summer, without the homework, tests or grading? Perhaps introduce your children to the fun world of fishing? Or, maybe learning about the vines and wines of the Sunnyslope region is more your taste. Wherever your interests are, be sure to check out The College of Idaho’s wide selection of community learning classes.
Discover a new skill or passion by choosing from more than 30 different classes running throughout June and July. With selections geared toward children, teens, adults and seniors there’s fun to be had for all!
Growing up in a disadvantaged neighborhood in Caldwell, Samantha Guerrero saw that not everybody graduated from high school. And college? That was for the more privileged students with financial backing.
“It was not something that I was thinking of doing…I thought it was out of my options,” she said.
Join The College of Idaho’s Whittenberger Planetarium in exploring the final frontier during its public show at 7 p.m. on Friday, April 15, as Saturn and the Cassini mission to the beautiful, ringed planet headline the show. The Cassini-Huygens spacecraft, launched in 1997, has been studying the Saturnian system since 2004. Learn the current status of the mission, enjoy breathtaking images, and learn the constellations and planet locations for the month of April.
Lake Placid, New York was home to the 1932 and 1980 Winter Olympics. Last weekend, it was home to the United States Collegiate Ski & Snowboard Association National Championships. And for The College of Idaho ski team, it was home away from home.
Want to be part of The College of Idaho legacy? Want to have your name etched in the stone annals? Or at least in bricks and mortar? Purchase a brick for the Marty Holly Athletics Center walkway this month!
Parents, grandparents and loved ones of graduating seniors at The College of Idaho have a unique opportunity to honor their student’s achievement—a commemorative brick with a personalized inscription to permanently honor your graduate! The 4 x 8 bricks will be placed in the walkway outside the Marty Holly Athletics Center on campus.