Juniors or seniors at The College of Idaho can live in one of two Intentional Community (I.C.) houses, located next to the campus at the corner of College and Ash. The houses meet the school's residency requirements. I.C. houses are owned by a non-profit organization called Campus Ministries of Treasure Valley, Inc., which beyond housing also supports local and international service with scholarships and logistical support.
In an I.C. house, Christians can support each other in faith and create a welcoming space to develop Christian culture (through friendships and social activities) for the greater C of I community.
Amenities & Rent
I.C. houses are typically larger and nicer than other college houses, include some furniture and kitchen items, often have washers and dryers (they have been donated by past residents), and are typically slightly more-economical than school's other rental houses.
Donations from alumni and friends of CMTVinc creates a funding pool to keep costs down and support Christian community at The College of Idaho.