Major in fun with C of I Community Learning!

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!

“The College of Idaho is a renowned institution of higher learning,” said C of I Director of Special Programs Rebecca Wilhite. “This summer, we’re eager to extend our tremendous resources to the community in an effort to promote lifelong learning. From those as young as six years old, to those that are 99 years young, we’ve got an exciting lineup of classes.”

Classes will be taught by College of Idaho faculty and staff members as well as skilled instructors from the local community. Visit to view all classes, dates and pricing information. Registration will take place on a first-come, first-served basis, and some classes do have limited space available. Summer 2016 class offerings will include:


  • CSI: Detective Camp
  • Fishing Fun for Kids
  • Global Beat percussion workshop
  • Spanish Camp for Kids
  • Pottery Camp for Kids
  • And more!

Young Adult

  • Boxing Camp
  • Cartooning for Fun
  • Exploring the Art of Songwriting
  • Debate in a Day
  • And more!


  • Quilting
  • Tennis Camp
  • Elevating Tailgating
  • Pottery for Adults (and various art classes)
  • Vines and Wines of the Sunnyslope Wine Region
  • And more!

Don’t delay and register for community learning classes at The College of Idaho today! For more information, contact Rebecca Wilhite at [email protected] or 459-5166.

The College of Idaho has a 125-year-old legacy of excellence. The C of I is known for its outstanding academic programs, winning athletics tradition and history of producing successful graduates, including seven Rhodes Scholars, three governors, four NFL players and countless business leaders and innovators. Its distinctive PEAK Curriculum challenges students to attain competency in the four knowledge peaks of humanities, natural sciences, social sciences and a professional field—empowering them to earn a major and three minors in four years. The College’s close-knit, residential campus is located in Caldwell, where its proximity both to Boise and to the world-class outdoor activities of southwest Idaho’s mountains and rivers offers unique opportunities for learning beyond the classroom.  For more information, visit