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  • Welcome, Class of 2021! The C of I held Admitted Student Open House on April 22, welcoming more than 100 students from around the country and even the world! We can’t wait to see our new students on campus this fall, but in the meantime, check out an ASOH video and photo album here!

C of I receives 2017 Best Value School Award

The College of Idaho’s dedication to providing students with a top-dollar education at a fair price has received national recognition, with the C of I earning a 2017 Best Value School Award.

The award, which is issued by University Research & Review, recognizes not only affordability, but also the value students receive, including academic quality, program variety and overall student satisfaction.

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  • Episode 19 of Charlotte’s Webcast is live, featuring additional coverage of Giving Day as well as a peek into the plans of some standout graduating seniors.

President Borst publishes Op-Ed on disease awareness

College of Idaho President Charlotte Borst recently wrote an Op-Ed piece on behalf of the Idaho Immunization Coalition. Dr. Borst, whose academic background is in the history of science and medicine, advocates for the importance of protecting Idaho’s college campus communities through immunization and education. Specifically, she points to the importance of educating students about the dangers of Type B meningitis, a potentially deadly disease that impacts many campuses across the United States. Dr.

C of I included in Fiske Guide to Colleges 2017

The College of Idaho continues to garner attention and praise from college ranking guides and websites across the country, with the latest recognition coming via Fiske Guide to Colleges.

C of I named Idaho’s ‘Hidden Gem’ college

College Raptor, a free college matching platform, has named The College of Idaho the best “Hidden Gem” institution in Idaho and one of the best small-enrollment colleges in the nation.

This marks the second year of this recognition, which aims to highlight colleges and universities around the country that may be overlooked by students weighing their college options.

C of I publishes spring issue of ‘Quest’ magazine

The College of Idaho has printed its spring 2016 issue of ‘Quest’ magazine, which is in mailboxes now. The spring issue has a theme of “Discovery,” highlighting the many groundbreaking discoveries made by C of I students, professors and alumni over the College’s 125-year history.   

President Borst honored as IBR Woman of the Year

College of Idaho President Charlotte Borst has been honored by the Idaho Business Review as one of Idaho’s 2016 Women of the Year. Borst, one of 50 honorees selected by the IBR, attended a Feb. 26 celebration in Boise to accept the award and was featured in the annual Women of the Year magazine.

Click here to read the Women of the Year publication online.

C of I's Orma J. Smith Museum nationally ranked

Step into The College of Idaho’s Orma J. Smith Museum of Natural History, and you’ll be met by specimens and artifacts as far as they eye can see. The museum’s extensive collections and educational programs both for the C of I campus and the public are big reasons why the museum is being recognized as one of the best college museums in America.

Niche names C of I a Top-150 school, No. 1 in Idaho

The College of Idaho has once again been named one of the best colleges in the nation, and tops in Idaho, this time by Niche in its 2016 “Best Colleges” rankings of 1,164 schools in the United States. 

Considering factors such as academics, campus quality, student life, professors and more, the C of I received an “A-” overall grade and landed at No. 149 nationally. Click here to see the C of I profile on Niche.


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