Beauty surrounds The College of Idaho’s campus in southwest Idaho. Located in a region known as Treasure Valley, our campus is ideally situated for both outdoor enthusiasts and those who want to enjoy the opportunities of a big city while living in a safe, residential community. The College sits adjacent to the historic district of Caldwell, a city of more than 40,000 that lies at the heart of Idaho’s booming wine industry, and just 30 minutes northwest of Boise.
Idaho is a land of awe-inspiring mountains, raging rivers and pristine forests, providing members of the C of I community easy access to world-class whitewater rafting, fishing and skiing/snowboarding, as well as outstanding hiking and camping in the state with the most designated wilderness of any in the lower 48. Boise, a vibrant and growing city, offers numerous cultural, arts and entertainment, dining, and pro sports (basketball, hockey and baseball) offerings. In a single day, you can easily go skiing, golfing or whitewater rafting in the morning, visit a farmer’s market or attend a rodeo or baseball game in the afternoon, attend a concert in the evening, and still catch a late-night dinner.
Our Idaho setting inspires the mind and invigorates the body. We believe there's no better place to carry out the mission of The College of Idaho than here – a place that encourages variety, experimentation and appreciation of almost everything imaginable from the arts to sports.
Find out more about all there is to enjoy in Treasure Valley and Idaho by visiting the following sites: