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Fall 2020 Updates: The College has moved to Phase 3 of its re-opening plan, which allows limited in-person learning. Read More

The health and well-being of our students, faculty, and staff is a top priority at The College of Idaho. We are actively monitoring the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) outbreak and are in continual contact with health officials to ensure the safest, most secure environment. This page contains specific information about the virus and the steps being taken by the College to protect its community, including our YotePact. The YotePact is our collective commitment to keeping The College of Idaho and local communities as healthy and safe as possible. Please read our YotePact here.

Re-Opening Plan & Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

To view the College's phased re-opening plan for the Fall of 2020, click here. We also have a page that answers questions about the phased re-opening plan. Not finding what you're looking for? Contact us.

College of Idaho COVID-19 Dashboard (Updated October 19, 2020)

Number of Negative Tests Number of Positive Tests Number of Positive Recovered Positive/Presumptive Positive in Campus Isolation Housing Positive/Presumptive Recovering in Off-Campus Housing
93 43 29 6 8

*Data represents unique cases for students, faculty, and staff living and/or working on the physical College of Idaho campus and is based on self-reported information.
*The College will send out a campus notification when we receive timely confirmation of a positive case in which the circumstances may have put the community at risk of exposure.

Updates

9/8/2020 - In consultation with medical staff and College leadership, we have reviewed the status of the campus at this point in time, as well as state-wide community spread. We are pleased to announce that a transition to Phase 3 of the College's phased re-opening plan will begin on Wednesday, September 9. Read what is available in Phase 3 here

See the "Earlier Updates" tab below for more information.

 

COVID-19 Resources & Information

Click on each category for more information as well as relevant links and documentation.

CARES Act Updates

The College applied for and was awarded funding under Section 18004(e) of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act). This update is posted as required. (10/5/2020)

 

The provisions of the Certification and Agreement of the CARES Act require the College to post this update. (7/7/2020)

 

The College applied and was awarded funding under Section 18004(e) of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act). Click here to read more.

Students interested in applying for a supplemental CARES Act grant should do so no later than November 16, 2020, by filling out this application.

Prevention & Well-Being

We're grateful for these resources sent to us by Primary Health:

 

For those in additional need of support: COVID-19 Support Hotline for Individuals In Distress (888) 330-3010

 

To make sure we are supporting anyone in our community who might become sick and to limit exposure to others, we have developed an online form for faculty, staff, and students to self-report if they are 1) experiencing COVID-19 symptoms (fever, cough, shortness of breath), 2) experiencing these symptoms and been tested, but waiting results or 3) been tested, and notified of a positive result. Read more here. (3/19/2020)

 

The CDC encourages individuals to prepare their households for the possibility of a COVID-19 outbreak in your community.  

For Students

Great news future Yotes!  We are offering in-person campus visits. Your health, and the health of our community, are our number one priority, so with that in mind, we’ve implemented some new protocols for visits to campus.

The total number of each group of visitors to campus will be limited to 10 at one time. Thus, visiting students should plan for no more than two guests accompanying them for their campus visit. Appropriate physical distancing and precautionary measures will be observed. To schedule your campus visit, click here.  (6/2/2020)

Here's an update on the Virtual Commencement ceremony being planned by the College. It's scheduled for May 23 at 10:00 a.m. (Mountain Time) and will be streamed on YouTube Live. The letter has more details about a second, in-person ceremony in the works for a later date as well. (4/3/2020)

Students in need of tutoring can still get help from their fellow students. Search for tutors by subject or by name to find fellow Yotes who can provide online tutoring. Questions? Contact Courtney Kelly in the Peak Center. (4/1/2020)

The Cruzen-Murray Library building is now closed until further notice in compliance with the Governor's Stay-at-Home directive. The library's online services remain available. Read more here and contact the Library directly with any questions. (3/30/2020)

Calling all members of the YoteFam! Be Part of the Coyote A Day experience! Read here to see how you can participate. (3/27/2020)

A message from Jen Nelson, the Director of Residence Life, about expectations for students remaining on campus in light of Idaho Governor Brad Little's 21-day "Stay at Home" directive. (3/25/2020)

Richard Erne, the Vice President of Finance & Administration, provides an update on operational changes for administrative service centers on campus: Information Technology, the Business Center, and the College Store. (3/25/2020)

Due to concerns surrounding the spread of COVID-19, we feel it is best at this time to close both the JA Albertson Activities Center and Marty Holly Athletic Center weight rooms and workout equipment until further notice. We apologize for the inconvenience but want to assure you we are concerned for your health and the health of our campus community. (3/24/2020)

An important update for student workers on campus from Brian Bava, Vice President of Enrollment Management. (3/20/2020)

Beginning with the McCain Cafe over Spring break and continuing with Simplot Cafe for the rest of the Spring Semester, the College will no longer allow dining in the seated areas of these facilities. Students will be served food in to-go containers, and will be asked to leave the premises to eat someplace else where effective social distancing can be practice (for example, a student's dorm room). More important updates to Residence Life and Food Services can be read here. (3/20/2020)

With the uncertainty of what the next two months will bring, we will not be having the traditional Commencement in-person ceremony on May 23. However, in consultation with senior students, administration, and the special events team, we are planning two commencement events. Learn about them here. (3/19/2020)

In order to make sure we are supporting anyone in our community who might become sick, and to limit exposure to others, we have developed an online form for faculty, staff, and students to self-report if they are 1) experiencing COVID-19 symptoms (fever, cough, shortness of breath), 2) experiencing these symptoms and been tested, but waiting results, or 3) been tested, and notified of a positive result. Read more here. (3/19/2020)

The Health & Wellness Center is requesting all students to e-mail or call Nurse Dawn if they need to be seen during this time when we are trying to reduce risk and exposure to the coronavirus. Also, students enrolled in the College's student insurance plan can utilize Wellfleet's 24/7 Nurseline from wherever they are residing currently. Click here for more information.

Click here for Residence Hall checkout procedures. (3/14/2020)

The College will shift exclusively to online classes beginning on Monday, March 30, and continue through the end of the spring semester. Read more here. (3/13/2020). Get the Teams Quick Start Guide and its Addendum to be ready for online classes.

In an abundance of caution to limit potential exposure to COVID-19, the College is asking all employees, volunteers, and students to disclose any non-local travel plans scheduled between now and the end of June. The purpose of this inquiry is to enable the College to make decisions regarding the need for additional resources over Spring Break, and to take precautionary measures to prevent potential COVID-19 exposure to our community members as a result of any personal travel. (3/12/2020)

For Parents

Great news future Yotes!  We are offering in-person campus visits. Your health, and the health of our community, are our number one priority, so with that in mind, we’ve implemented some new protocols for visits to campus.

The total number of each group of visitors to campus will be limited to 10 at one time. Thus, visiting students should plan for no more than two guests accompanying them for their campus visit. Appropriate physical distancing and precautionary measures will be observed. To schedule your campus visit, click here.  (6/2/2020)

Richard Erne, the Vice President of Finance & Administration, provides an update on operational changes for administrative service centers on campus: Information Technology, the Business Center, and the College Store. (3/25/2020)

With the uncertainty of what the next two months will bring, we will not be having the traditional Commencement in-person ceremony on May 23. However, in consultation with senior students, administration, and the special events team, we are planning two commencement events. Learn about them here. (3/19/2020)

The Health & Wellness Center is requesting all students to e-mail or call Nurse Dawn if they need to be seen during this time when we are trying to reduce risk and exposure to the coronavirus. Also, students enrolled in the College's student insurance plan can utilize Wellfleet's 24/7 Nurseline from wherever they are residing currently. Click here for more information.

The College will shift exclusively to online classes beginning on Monday, March 30, and continue through the end of the spring semester. Read more here. (3/13/2020)

A moratorium has been established for all College-sponsored travel to CDC Level 1-3 destinations. Those who choose to sustain travel plans should be aware that cancellation of all College-sponsored travel is possible, and even likely in coming days and weeks, contingent on the spread and risk of COVID-19 exposure. More information is available here. (3/11/2020)

 

For Faculty & Researchers

During this time of uncertainty with COVID-19, our Employee Assistance Program, IHB, remains focused on your well-being and health. In addition to the resources that are available through their member portal, they are providing everyone access to a recorded webinar on Emotional Health & Resilience: Strategies for Managing Stress, Anxiety, and Fear with COVID-19. (4/6/2020)

The Cruzen-Murray Library building is now closed until further notice in compliance with the Governor's Stay-at-Home directive. The library's online services remain available. Read more here and contact the Library directly with any questions. (3/30/2020)

Calling all members of the YoteFam! Be Part of the Coyote A Day experience! Read here to see how you can participate. (3/27/2020)

In keeping with Gov. Little's "Stay at Home" directive, she should only have "essential" personnel on campus plus a limited number of faculty that have been authorized as exceptions (need bandwidth to teach, etc.). If you are on campus and entering any buildings, please make sure the doors fully close as you enter/leave buildings, do not let any non-employees enter, and do not prop any doors open. We had instances both yesterday and today of non-employees following our folks into buildings and also doors being propped open. This cannot happen. Unfortunately, there are people out there seizing on closed buildings as a prime opportunity for theft. (3/26/2020)

Richard Erne, the Vice President of Finance & Administration, provides an update on operational changes for administrative service centers on campus: Information Technology, the Business Center, and the College Store. (3/25/2020)

Due to concerns surrounding the spread of COVID-19, we feel it is best at this time to close both the JA Albertson Activities Center and Marty Holly Athletic Center weight rooms and workout equipment until further notice. We apologize for the inconvenience but want to assure you we are concerned for your health and the health of our campus community. (3/24/2020)

Effective March 24, the College is issuing a Stay-at-Home directive. This means that only personnel directly responsible for the support of facilities and students should come to work on campus. All others should remain home and work remotely if possible. If you are unsure of your capacity to work remotely, please contact your supervisor. Read more here. (3/23/2020)

Beginning with the McCain Cafe over Spring break and continuing with Simplot Cafe for the rest of the Spring Semester, the College will no longer allow dining in the seated areas of these facilities. Students will be served food in to-go containers, and will be asked to leave the premises to eat someplace else where effective social distancing can be practice (for example, a student's dorm room). More important updates to Residence Life and Food Services can be read here. (3/20/2020)

In order to make sure we are supporting anyone in our community who might become sick, and to limit exposure to others, we have developed an online form for faculty, staff, and students to self-report if they are 1) experiencing COVID-19 symptoms (fever, cough, shortness of breath), 2) experiencing these symptoms and been tested, but waiting results, or 3) been tested, and notified of a positive result. Read more here. (3/19/2020)

A message from David Douglass about shifting classes online for faculty at the College (3/15/2020)

The College will shift exclusively to online classes beginning on Monday, March 30, and continue through the end of the spring semester. Read more here. (3/13/2020). Get the Teams Quick Start Guide and its Addendum to be ready for online classes.

Our Blue Cross of Idaho medical plans at the College began offering Telemedicine as of 1/1/2020. If you haven't utilized it, it is a great alternative to visiting your doctor, an urgent care clinic, or the emergency room during our current COVID-19 situation. Learn more here. (3/13/2020)

In an abundance of caution to limit potential exposure to COVID-19, the College is asking all employees, volunteers, and students to disclose any non-local travel plans scheduled between now and the end of June. The purpose of this inquiry is to enable the College to make decisions regarding the need for additional resources over Spring Break, and to take precautionary measures to prevent potential COVID-19 exposure to our community members as a result of any personal travel. (3/12/2020)

For Staff

During this time of uncertainty with COVID-19, our Employee Assistance Program, IHB, remains focused on your well-being and health. In addition to the resources that are available through their member portal, they are providing everyone access to a recorded webinar on Emotional Health & Resilience: Strategies for Managing Stress, Anxiety, and Fear with COVID-19. (4/6/2020)

The Cruzen-Murray Library building is now closed until further notice in compliance with the Governor's Stay-at-Home directive. The library's online services remain available. Read more here and contact the Library directly with any questions. (3/30/2020)

Calling all members of the YoteFam! Be Part of the Coyote A Day experience! Read here to see how you can participate. (3/27/2020)

In keeping with Gov. Little's "Stay at Home" directive, she should only have "essential" personnel on campus plus a limited number of faculty that have been authorized as exceptions (need bandwidth to teach, etc.). If you are on campus and entering any buildings, please make sure the doors fully close as you enter/leave buildings, do not let any non-employees enter, and do not prop any doors open. We had instances both yesterday and today of non-employees following our folks into buildings and also doors being propped open. This cannot happen. Unfortunately, there are people out there seizing on closed buildings as a prime opportunity for theft. (3/26/2020)

Richard Erne, the Vice President of Finance & Administration, provides an update on operational changes for administrative service centers on campus: Information Technology, the Business Center, and the College Store. (3/25/2020)

Due to concerns surrounding the spread of COVID-19, we feel it is best at this time to close both the JA Albertson Activities Center and Marty Holly Athletic Center weight rooms and workout equipment until further notice. We apologize for the inconvenience but want to assure you we are concerned for your health and the health of our campus community. (3/24/2020)

Effective March 24, the College is issuing a Stay-at-Home directive. This means that only personnel directly responsible for the support of facilities and students should come to work on campus. All others should remain home and work remotely if possible. If you are unsure of your capacity to work remotely, please contact your supervisor. Read more here. (3/23/2020)

Beginning with the McCain Cafe over Spring break and continuing with Simplot Cafe for the rest of the Spring Semester, the College will no longer allow dining in the seated areas of these facilities. Students will be served food in to-go containers, and will be asked to leave the premises to eat someplace else where effective social distancing can be practice (for example, a student's dorm room). More important updates to Residence Life and Food Services can be read here. (3/20/2020)

In order to make sure we are supporting anyone in our community who might become sick, and to limit exposure to others, we have developed an online form for faculty, staff, and students to self-report if they are 1) experiencing COVID-19 symptoms (fever, cough, shortness of breath), 2) experiencing these symptoms and been tested, but waiting results, or 3) been tested, and notified of a positive result. Read more here. (3/19/2020)

The College will shift exclusively to online classes beginning on Monday, March 30, and continue through the end of the spring semester. Read more here. (3/13/2020). Get the Teams Quick Start Guide and its Addendum to be ready to support remote students and for remote work if you need to stay home.

Our Blue Cross of Idaho medical plans at the College began offering Telemedicine as of 1/1/2020. If you haven't utilized it, it is a great alternative to visiting your doctor, an urgent care clinic, or the emergency room during our current COVID-19 situation. Learn more here. (3/13/2020)

In an abundance of caution to limit potential exposure to COVID-19, the College is asking all employees, volunteers, and students to disclose any non-local travel plans scheduled between now and the end of June. The purpose of this inquiry is to enable the College to make decisions regarding the need for additional resources over Spring Break, and to take precautionary measures to prevent potential COVID-19 exposure to our community members as a result of any personal travel. (3/12/2020)

A moratorium has been established for all College-sponsored travel to CDC Level 1-3 destinations. Those who choose to sustain travel plans should be aware that cancellation of all College-sponsored travel is possible, and even likely in coming days and weeks, contingent on the spread and risk of COVID-19 exposure. More information is available here. (3/11/2020)

 

For Guests & Visitors

Great news future Yotes!  We are offering in-person campus visits. Your health, and the health of our community, are our number one priority, so with that in mind, we’ve implemented some new protocols for visits to campus.

The total number of each group of visitors to campus will be limited to 10 at one time. Thus, visiting students should plan for no more than two guests accompanying them for their campus visit. Appropriate physical distancing and precautionary measures will be observed. To schedule your campus visit, click here.  (6/2/2020)

UPDATED FROM 3/10: The College is no longer accepting campus visits until further notice. Spring Admitted Student Day will now be done "virtually" instead of in person. Please contact your admission counselor (or the counselor for your designated area) with questions. (3/15/2020)

The College of Idaho continues to accept visits from prospective students and their families, as well as visit groups. Please continue to use the College's visit page to schedule your time on campus. Spring Admitted Student Day and other admission-related events on campus are currently planned to go off as scheduled. (3/10/2020)

Earlier Updates

8/9/2020 - The College produced two more town-hall forums to answer questions and they are available for you to watch at your convenience: a second forum for first-year students at the College and also a forum dedicated to returning students.

8/6/2020 - Members of The College of Idaho leadership team took the time to answer questions about the Fall 2020 Phased reopening plan. Questions were submitted by incoming students and their families. You can watch the forum by clicking here.

8/4/2020 - The College will begin the Fall 2020 semester with the majority of classes taught exclusively online and an elective residency option. To learn more, click here.

7/28/2020 - Campus leadership continues to evaluate health and safety standards arising from the COVID-19 pandemic. Click here to read more, we anticipate communicating decisions on any change to our published plan no later than next week.

7/17/2020 - All sports scheduled to compete at The College of Idaho this fall, including football, will be delayed until the spring of 2021. The entire Cascade Conference has voted to shift fall sports to the spring. Click here to read more.

7/16/2020 - Please read this important follow-up to the College's overview of its re-opening plan for the Fall 2020 semester. The situation is still fluid and the College continues to actively prepare for several scenarios, though the goal is to return to on-campus, in-person instruction in August.

7/15/2020 - The College has released an overview of its re-opening plan for the Fall 2020 semester. You can see the plan here but it is important to note that many details are still being finalized as the situation evolves and more information becomes available. 

7/14/2020 - As part of our COVID-19 Task Force planning, the College identified the need for all members of our community to wear face masks. CDC guidelines are clear about the benefits of face masks to reduce the risk of COVID-19 transmission and exposure. Learn more about mandate here, which includes examples of when it is okay to remove your mask on campus.

7/1/2020 - A member of the College community has been diagnosed with COVID-19. The person has been isolated and those who may have been in contact have been notified, have been quarantined, and are being tested. For more information, read here.

6/19/2020 - Read the latest Weekly Update from the co-presidents, Doug Brigham and Jim Everett. (PDF)

6/15/2020 - Recently, the College announced the creation of a series of Pandemic Planning Task Forces. Click here to read an update from David Douglass, the Vice President of Academic Affairs, and Paul Bennion, the Vice President of Student Affairs, about these groups and their work.

6/9/2020 - Fall classes will begin one week earlier than originally scheduled in August and on-campus instruction will conclude prior to Thanksgiving. Click here to read more about adjustments to the upcoming fall semester at the College.

6/5/2020 - Read the latest Weekly Update from the co-presidents, Doug Brigham and Jim Everett. (PDF)

6/2/2020 - Great news future Yotes!  We are offering in-person campus visits. Your health, and the health of our community, are our number one priority, so with that in mind, we’ve implemented some new protocols for visits to campus.

The total number of each group of visitors to campus will be limited to 10 at one time. Thus, visiting students should plan for no more than two guests accompanying them for their campus visit. Appropriate physical distancing and precautionary measures will be observed. To schedule your campus visit, click here.  

5/29/2020 - Read the latest Weekly Update from the co-presidents, Doug Brigham and Jim Everett. (PDF)

5/18/2020 Read the latest Weekly Update from the co-presidents, Doug Brigham and Jim Everett. (PDF)

5/14/2020 Read the latest Weekly Update from the co-presidents, Doug Brigham and Jim Everett. (PDF)

5/8/2020 Read the latest Weekly Update from the co-presidents, Doug Brigham and Jim Everett. (PDF)

5/1/2020 - The College intends to return to on-campus, in-person instruction in time for the Fall 2020 semester. Read more here.

4/24/2020 - Read the latest Weekly Update from the co-presidents, Doug Brigham and Jim Everett. (PDF)

4/21/2020 - Incoming students: Do you have questions about the acceptance of your academic credit (ex. IB, AP, Dual-Credit courses, etc.)? Read here.

4/20/2020 - Due to COVID-19 concerns, our Spring Admitted Student Day was moved online with a Virtual Admitted Student Day. Did you miss the event? You can watch it here.

4/3/2020 - Here's an update on the Virtual Commencement ceremony being planned by the College. It's scheduled for May 23 at 10:00 a.m. (Mountain Time) and will be streamed on YouTube Live. The letter has more details about a second, in-person ceremony in the works for a later date as well.

4/1/2020 - Students in need of tutoring can still get help from their fellow students. Search for tutors by subject or by name to find fellow Yotes who can provide online tutoring. Questions? Contact the Peak Center.

3/30/2020 - The Cruzen-Murray Library building is now closed until further notice in compliance with the Governor's Stay-at-Home directive. The library's online services remain available. Read more here and contact the Library directly with any questions.

3/28/2020 - Please read this statement from Paul Bennion, Vice President of Student Affairs and Dean of Students at the College, confirming a member of the campus community has been diagnosed with COVID-19. The person has not been on campus since March 17.

3/27/2020 - Calling all members of the YoteFam! Be Part of the Coyote A Day experience! Read here to see how you can participate.

3/25/2020 - Read the statement from Co-Presidents Doug Brigham and Jim Everett about Governor Brad Little's state-wide "Stay at Home" directive.

3/25/2020 - Richard Erne, the Vice President of Finance & Administration, provides an update on operational changes for administrative service centers on campus: Information Technology, the Business Center, and the College Store. 

3/24/2020 - Read an update from Paul Bennion, the College's Vice President of Student Affairs and Dean of Students, on the possibility of a shelter-in-place order on campus, what it means, and the importance of physical distancing.

3/24/2020 - Due to concerns surrounding the spread of COVID-19, we feel it is best at this time to close both the JA Albertson Activities Center and Marty Holly Athletic Center weight rooms and workout equipment until further notice. We apologize for the inconvenience but want to assure you we are concerned for your health and the health of our campus community.

3/23/2020 - Effective March 24, the College is issuing a Stay-at-Home directive. This means that only personnel directly responsible for the support of facilities and students should come to work on campus. All others should remain home and work remotely if possible. If you are unsure of your capacity to work remotely, please contact your supervisor. Read more here.

3/20/2020 - Beginning with the McCain Cafe over Spring Break and continuing with Simplot Cafe for the rest of the Spring Semester, the College will no longer allow dining in the seated areas of these facilities. Students will be served food in to-go containers, and will be asked to leave the premises to eat someplace else where effective social distancing can be practice (for example, a student's dorm room). More important updates to Residence Life and Food Services can be read here.

3/20/2020 - In the interest of community health and welfare in light of the spread of COVID-19, the Orma J. Smith Museum of Natural History is closed to all visitors and volunteers until further notice.   

3/19/2020 - With the uncertainty of what the next two months will bring, we will not be having the traditional Commencement in-person ceremony on May 23. However, in consultation with senior students, administration, and the special events team, we are planning two commencement events. Learn about them here.

3/19/2020 - In order to make sure we are supporting anyone in our community who might become sick, and to limit exposure to others, we have developed an online form for faculty, staff, and students to self-report if they are 1) experiencing COVID-19 symptoms (fever, cough, shortness of breath), 2) experiencing these symptoms and been tested, but waiting results, or 3) been tested, and notified of a positive result. Read more here.

3/17/2020 - The Health & Wellness Center is requesting all students to e-mail or call Nurse Dawn if they need to be seen during this time when we are trying to reduce risk and exposure to the coronavirus. Also, students enrolled in the College's student insurance plan can utilize Wellfleet's 24/7 Nurseline from wherever they are residing currently. Click here for more information.

3/15/2020 - The five College of Idaho community members who were formerly under self-quarantine are no longer under such restrictions. After conferring with multiple doctors and Central District Health, it has been determined that their risk is minimal and there is no need to continue the quarantine. Read more here.

3/15/2020 - UPDATED FROM 3/10: The College is no longer accepting campus visits until further notice. Spring Admitted Student Day will now be done "virtually" instead of in person. Please contact your admission counselor (or the counselor for your designated area) with questions.

3/14/2020 - Our technical documents have been centralized to help faculty, students, and staff shift to online courses. For further assistance please visit or contact the IT Department in Covell Hall.

3/14/2020 - All classes are CANCELED for Monday (3/16) and Tuesday (3/17) to enable faculty members to shift their curriculum online. Read the latest from co-presidents Doug Brigham and Jim Everett.

3/13/2020 - Five College of Idaho community members are currently under self-quarantine after having contact with a person visiting our campus who had been in contact with a person who has since tested positive for COVID-19. The person who was on campus is showing no symptoms and the health department has not recommended COVID-19 testing for this person. However, out of an abundance of caution for the safety of the campus community, all five community members are currently under quarantine to limit their contact with others. To be clear, there are currently no confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Canyon County or at The College of Idaho. Read more here.

3/13/2020 - The College will shift exclusively to online classes beginning on Monday, March 30, and continue through the end of the spring semester. Read more here.

3/12/2020 - All spring athletics have been suspended for at least two weeks by the Cascade Conference.

3/12/2020 - To help with precautionary measures being taken by the College to reduce the possible outbreak of COVID-19 (coronavirus) on our campus, the Mail Center is taking some pro-active measures. Instead of students individually signing the IPads, the Mail Center staff will be temporarily signing packages out for students, staff, and faculty through the end of the semester. Along those same lines, we will no longer be checking mailboxes for students, staff, or faculty so please make sure to carry your mail key. If you have lost your key, we will offer you a new key at a reduced cost of $5.00 through the end of the month. At this time, we have no indication from the postal service or any of our package carriers regarding a delay in mail/package deliveries. The Mail & Copy Center will continue to operate normal business hours of 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Monday through Friday.

3/10/2020 - At the present time, The College of Idaho continues to accept visits from prospective students and their families, as well as visit groups. Please continue to use the College's visit page to schedule your time on campus. Spring Admitted Student Day and other admission-related events on campus are currently planned to go off as scheduled. Should something change to effect that, we will update the website and those impacted with any changes. We also ask at this time that if at the time of your visit you are feeling ill, please contact the Office of Admission to reschedule your visit.