Every Coyote has a personal story to tell. Stories of a professor who helped a student change his or her life, stories of friendships that will last a lifetime, stories about what makes The College of Idaho a special place to learn and pursue your passions. We invite you to listen to the stories of some of our students and professors and discover more about us.
Hillary Bodnar: Hear why residential life at the C of I rocks!
Professor Katie Devine: Learn how the College’s small size enables her to work more closely with students.
Daisy Ambriz: Learn the benefits of doing research with C of I faculty.
Tyler Hatch: Plenty of leadership opportunities and campus activities make the C of I a great place to learn and grow.
Professor Eric Spencer: The PEAK curriculum and breadth of knowledge students gain help open numerous opportunities.
Kelsey Soos: Succeeding in competition and in academics is natural for C of I student-athletes.
Chenjarai Simpson: Small class sizes, close student-faculty interaction and the diversity of the student body make C of I a great place for international students to thrive.
Professor Marilyn Melchiorre: The campus enjoys a strong sense of community and there are plenty of opportunities for students to study off-campus.
Kendra Knighten: With 50+ student organizations, it's easy to get involved on the C of I's close-knit campus.
Professor Paul Moulton: Being able to work closely with students is one of the most rewarding aspects of teaching at C of I.
Katy Stewart: Her passions for environmental studies, food and cultural studies have flowered at the C of I.
Candace Crew: Faculty and coaches who care about the success of every student make C of I a great place to be a student-athlete.
Professor Kerry Hunter: Small classes and close student-faculty interaction are among the best things about teaching at the College.
Mauricio Santiago: Learn how he and a classmate are using soccer to teach Brazilian youth about social inclusion, gender equity and non-violence.