In the News

  • Alumni News & Notes: C of I alumna Holly Cook '14 has started her own communications and public relations firm, Cook CPR. And one of her biggest goals is to get the word out on all the exciting things happening right here in Caldwell!
  • Coyote Athletics Roundup: The 2016-17 Yotes basketball schedule was released, which includes a game against the PAC-12 Arizona Wildcats…Head Ski Coach Ron Bonneau was named the USCSA Coach of the Year…Sports information director Mike Safford received the Ike Pearson Award, part of a big weekend at the NAIA National Convention for the C of I athletics and communications offices…C of I runners Ruth Lewinski, Matt Goodwin and Max Hampton were named Academic All-Americans.
  • Professors out and about: C of I chemistry professor Dr. Gilbert Nelson is doing collaborative research with the Radiochemical group at Pacific Northwest National Lab (PNNL) at the Hanford Nuclear site in Richland, Wash.  The group is attempting to develop remote analysis and quantification of chemical species present in nuclear waste on the microfluidic scale.


  • Thanks to everyone who came out for the annual C of I Alumni, Family and Friends Picnic! We had a great time eating some barbeque and mingling with former, current and even future Yotes at Settlers Park in Meridian. Check out photos from the event on the C of I Flickr page by clicking here.
  • College of Idaho event technology and design specialist Adam Garvey received the Support the Arts Award from Caldwell Fine Arts. Responsible for all the lighting and sound at Caldwell Fine Arts events, Garvey is an essential part of CFA productions.
  • Yotes football season tickets are now on sale for the 2016 season! Reserved tickets for the five home dates are available for $115, with general admission season tickets available for $50. A family pass (2 adults and 2 kids) costs $150. To purchase season tickets, click here.