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Deposited Student Information

Welcome, New Yotes!

We are so excited that you will be joining us this Fall! Your first day of class will be here before you know it, so make sure you are keeping track of next steps and important dates. Below you will find information that will help you prepare for the next chapter in your education at The College of Idaho. If you still have questions after reviewing this page please contact your admission counselor!

Deposited Student Information

Next Steps

Access your student portal to complete the following:

Community Living Agreement: Whether you live on- or off-campus, all new students are required to submit a Community Living Agreement no later than July 1. The Community Living Agreement is where you will rank your housing preferences. It’ll also help the Residence Life team get to know you so that they can match you with the perfect roommate. The sooner you submit this, the sooner you will learn which floor you’ll call home next year!

If you want to petition to waive the housing and/or meal plan requirements please contact your admission counselor. If you have any further questions about housing please contact Matt Gier, Director of Residence Life.

Residence Life:  Not sure which dorm is right for you? Join current students for a peek at the three first year residence halls. If you want to petition to waive the housing and/or meal plan requirements please contact your admission counselor. If you have any further questions about housing please contact Matt Gier, Director of Residence Life.

Pre-Registration Questionnaire: Your First Year Academic Advisor will build your initial class schedule based on your answers to this questionnaire. You are not officially declaring your major at this time, so it is okay if your answers to this questionnaire change down the road. If you have any questions please contact Nicole Cammann, Assistant Vice President for Academic Support.

Immunization Records: All students are required to submit immunization records prior to arriving on campus. For a list of required immunizations, please click here.

Yote Access

Yotemail: Your official Yote email address! Click here to access and set up your email account. You will start receiving important emails from the college over the summer, so make sure you are checking this regularly. You should have received an email and letter from our IT department in regards to your email address and temporary password.

Self-Service: You will want to access Self-Service to accept your financial aid awards, see additional financial aid paperwork, view your class schedule, and see your fall billing statement. This information was also sent via email from our IT department.

Welcome Week

Updated schedule information on Orientation and Welcome Week will be shared in the coming weeks, stay tuned! We look forward to seeing everyone on campus for Welcome Week!

Additional Documents

Final High School Transcripts: Please be sure to have your high school send a final transcript to The College of Idaho.

All Official College Transcripts: Please check each college’s website on how you can request a transcript. Most colleges uses the Student Clearinghouse.

AP Test Scores: These can be ordered and sent through CollegeBoard website.

Complete Verification Paperwork (if applicable): You can find this information in Self-Service. If you have any questions feel free to contact our Financial Aid Office at [email protected].

Complete Federal Loan Counseling and Promissory Note (if applicable): If you are planning to borrow any federal loans you must complete both loan counseling and promissory note. If you have questions about completing either section contact our financial aid office at [email protected].

Welcome to Campus!

The College of Idaho is proud of having a close-knit community that is inclusive, helpful, and welcoming. During Welcome Week at the College, students help each other welcome the incoming class, moving them into their dorms and introducing them to their classmates. At The College of Idaho, every student plays a role in making the campus community a great place to live and learn.