At The College of Idaho, you’ll find a campus that reflects the world and welcomes you. International students make up roughly 20 percent (nearly 200) of our student body and represent more than 90 countries with a diverse range of religions, languages, and ethnicities.
International students bring an important worldview to campus and become some of our best student leaders. The College provides a variety of support services to international students, including merit scholarships, so you can make the most of your experience here. Members of the International Student Organization host events to share diverse cultural traditions with the entire campus. Two of the most popular annual events on campus are International Week and the International Food Fair.
To be considered for admission to the College, international applicants must submit the following:
- The Common Application or The College of Idaho Application
- A Letter of Recommendation
- Official high school transcripts
- Official ACT and/or SAT scores or test-optional essay responses
- A Certification of Finances
The Certification of Finances form and an internal student financial aid application can be found on the admission forms page.
Academic courses at The College of Idaho are taught in English and international students must prove their English proficiency to be considered for admission. Below are the ways you can demonstrate your English proficiency: