The College of Idaho sends its condolences to the friends and family of Professor Emeritus Wallace “Wally” G. Lonergan, a C of I graduate and later longtime member of the C of I’s business faculty who passed away in Caldwell, Idaho from natural causes on Monday, Aug. 27, 2018 at the age of 90.
The College of Idaho continues to pile up accolades, this time receiving new honors from Washington Monthly, College Consensus and College Raptor’s most recent respective college rankings, including within the top four liberal arts colleges in the northwest in Washington Monthly’s 2018 College Rankings and “Hidden Gem” designations for 2019 by CollegeRaptor.com.
Tanner Van Tassell of Bishop, California had a choice to make as he approached the time to commit to a college — would he stay in his native state, or would he pursue his education outside the state?
In the end, part of what convinced the incoming freshman to come to The College of Idaho was continuing the legacy of his parents, Randy and Chris Van Tassell, who attended the College together in the late 1960s — meeting in Hayman Hall, the very dormitory they were now helping to move their son into on Friday, Aug. 24.
2018 was a banner year for The College of Idaho in terms of major construction projects, from the completion of renovations to Voorhees and Finney Halls to the grand opening of the Cruzen-Murray Library. Each project now has the opportunity to be recognized among the top construction projects in Idaho as finalists in the Idaho Business Review’s 2018 Idaho Top Projects awards.
School will be in session for students at The College of Idaho later this month, but our undergrads aren’t the only ones who are invited to learn something new this fall thanks to the return of C of I Community Learning classes starting this September.