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 to assist in reaching our goal to advance to Phase 6 of our re-opening plan in time for the Fall semester. We will retain the beneficial aspects of what we learned during the pandemic, but Phase 6 would allow all of us to resume in-person classes, labs, clubs, activities, dining, athletics, etc., without masks.
Click here to read the College's COVID immunization policy, including key links and answers to important questions. Questions about other immunizations can be answered here. Not finding what you're looking for? Contact us.
We are actively monitoring the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) outbreak and are in regular contact with health officials to ensure the safest, most secure environment. We ask members of the YoteFam to remain diligent in honoring the YotePact to ensure we are able to see our goals through. 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.
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):
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)