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The health and well-being of our students, faculty, and staff are top priorities at The College of Idaho. As vaccines have become more readily available, the College has adopted a COVID-19 vaccination policy. Click here to read the College's policy and frequently asked questions, including key links. Questions about other immunizations can be answered here. Not finding what you're looking for? Contact us.

On March 8, 2022, Dean of Students Paul Bennion and Provost David Douglass announced that, in accordance with CDC updated guidelines, the College is removing its mask mandates on campus. Exempted students no longer need to undergo testing to remain compliant, although some testing may continue to be required for NAIA varsity athletes. The Wellness Center will still request masks for visitors with COVID-19, flu, or cold symptoms. Read the announcement here.

We are actively monitoring COVID-19 (Coronavirus) transmission in order to ensure the safest, most secure environment. We ask members of the YoteFam to remain diligent in monitoring their symptoms, testing, and reporting.

The College has maintained an archive of information, dating back to March 2020, about the pandemic and its effects on the YoteFam.


The College applied for and was awarded funding under Section 18004(e) of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act):

5/2020 - CARES Act Notification (PDF)
7/2020 - CARES Act Notification (PDF)
9/2020 - Quarterly Budget & Expenditure Notifications (PDF)
10/2020 - CARES Act Notification (PDF)
1/2021 - CARES Act Notification (PDF)
2/2021 - CARES Act Notification (PDF)
3/2021 - Quarterly Budget & Expenditure Notifications (PDF)
6/2021 - CARES Act Notification (PDF)
6/2021 - Quarterly Budget & Expenditure Notifications (PDF)
9/2021 - CARES Act Notification (PDF)
9/2021 - Quarterly Budget & Expenditure Notifications (PDF)
9/2021 - REVISED Quarterly Budget & Expenditure Notifications (PDF)
12/2021 - CARES Act Notification (PDF)