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COLLEGE IN IDAHO —FORBES MAGAZINE

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TRUMAN, MARSHALL, & GOLDWATER SCHOLARS

RHODES SCHOLARS

SUCCESS IS OUR FORTE C of I students recognize that growing stronger intellectually, professionally and personally comes from pushing the limits of your comfort zone, looking at the world in new ways and discovering the endless possibilities that await. Our students succeed because they work hard—and because they have the support of professors and classmates who become lifelong friends on our close-knit campus. No matter what career path you choose, your C of I education will prepare you for a lifetime of success.


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IDAHO PROFESSORS OF THE YEAR, SINCE 2006

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IN THE NATION FOR ACADEMIC QUALITY AND ECONOMIC VALUE —USA TODAY

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EXCELLENCE IS OUR TRADITION C of I graduates excel in all walks of life. Our alumni include leaders and innovators in many fields, from Academy Award-winning composer Paul J. Smith and supermarket magnate Joe Albertson to Patagonia founder Kris McDivitt Tompkins and current Idaho Governor Butch Otter. For 125 years, The College of Idaho has built a legacy of academic excellence. At the core of that tradition are the one-on-one relationships students build with caring professors who want to help you build your strengths, overcome your weaknesses, pursue your passions and reach your full potential.


ONE MAJOR. THREE MINORS. FOUR YEARS.

YOTE WON AN ACADEMY AWARD

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HUMANITIES & FINE ARTS

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Get ready for an educational journey like no other! The College of Idaho’s innovative PEAK Curriculum combines a liberal arts education with specialization in multiple fields. In four years, you will earn a major and three minors spread across four knowledge peaks: fine arts & humanities, natural science & math, social sciences & history, and professional studies. With 26 majors and 58 minors to choose from, the possibilities are endless! PEAK also eliminates the need to “get classes out of the way.” At the C of I, every course focuses on your individual interests, ambitions and career goals. Enjoy the climb!

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YOTE WON A PULITZER PRIZE

SOCIAL SCIENCES & HISTORY


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YOTE CO-DISCOVERED VITAMIN B12

NATURAL SCIENCES & MATHEMATICS


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HOME TO THE NEW YOTE MARCHING BAND

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ART SHOWS AND PERFORMANCES EVERY YEAR

LIBERALLY APPLIED ARTS With challenge comes opportunity. That’s what you’ll find at The College of Idaho—an artistic environment where you can strengthen your existing talents and discover new ones. You’ll open the door to exciting opportunities, discover new passions and do exceptional things. C of I students of all majors and backgrounds participate in a wide variety of performance groups, including instrumental and choral music, theatre, art and debate. Campus also hosts dozens of concerts, recitals, operas, plays and art exhibitions each year. The stage is yours, future Yote. Let’s see what you can do!


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NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS

YOTES MADE IT TO THE NFL

WORK HARD PLAY HARD Yotes are winners, both on the field and in life. Our outstanding coaches help each student-athlete reach their full potential. Nearly 40 percent of C of I students compete for one of the College’s 19 varsity teams, and we love our Yotes! Our die-hard community of YoteFam supporters will cheer you on to great success. Since 2011, the C of I has won 27 national championships. And in addition to winning on the field, our student-athletes dominate in the classroom. Each year, the C of I is among the national leaders in Academic All-Americans and Scholar-Athletes. Go Yotes!


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MCCAIN STUDENT CENTER

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WHITTENBERGER PLANETARIUM

LOCATED 2 BLOCKS NORTHEAST OF CAMPUS 15

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J.A. ALBERTSON ACTIVITIES CENTER

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OUTDOOR PROGRAM

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LANGROISE CENTER FOR PERFORMING & FINE ARTS

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MARTY HOLLY ATHLETICS CENTER

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JEWETT AUDITORIUM

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MORRISON QUADRANGLE

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CRUZEN-MURRAY LIBRARY (OPENING 2017)

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TERTELING LIBRARY

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STUDENT CLUBS ON CAMPUS

MAKE YOURSELF AT HOME Here you’ll find a campus that’s buzzing—from basketball games and cultural festivals to concerts and competitions. Our vibrant community includes international students from more than 40 countries and 50-plus student clubs to choose from. As a campus resident, you’ll develop life skills and leadership abilities to complement your academic work. Housing options include five residence halls, suite-style apartments and more than 20 rental houses. Living on campus, you’ll never be more than 5 minutes from class—or the next impromptu croquet party that breaks out in the Quad!


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COLLEGE FOR SKIING AND SNOWBOARDING —BESTCOLLEGES.COM

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DAYS OF SUNSHINE EACH YEAR!

YOUR BACKYARD Idaho is home to some of America’s most awe-inspiring natural beauty, and we’re just minutes away from world-class opportunities for hiking, camping, fishing, skiing, mountain biking, whitewater rafting and more! Be sure to check out the Outdoor Program, which offers trips, classes and equipment rentals. In addition, downtown Boise–a thriving city with a multitude of dining and entertainment options–is only 30 minutes away. Enjoy the Idaho Shakespeare Festival, the Boise Philharmonic Orchestra, professional baseball and hockey, the Boise Art Museum, Zoo Boise and more!


PROGRAMS MAJORS

Accounting 150 Hours

Creative Writing

International Political Economy

Political Economy

Anthropology/Sociology

Environmental Studies

Literature in English

Psychology

Art

Exercise Physiology

Mathematics

Religious Studies

Biology

Health Sciences

Mathematics–Computer Science

Spanish

Business Administration

History

Mathematics–Physics

Theatre

Chemistry

Human Performance

Music

Composition/Music Theory

Interdisciplinary Studies for Elementary Precertification

Philosophy

COOPERATIVE PROGRAMS ENGINEERING

HEALTH SCIENCES

Engineering (Columbia University)

Engineering and Applied Science (Washington University)

Doctor of Physical Therapy (Idaho State University)

Medical Laboratory Science (Idaho State University)

Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology (Idaho State University)

Doctoral Program in Pharmacy (Idaho State University)

Master of Occupational Therapy (Idaho State University)

Master of Public Health (Idaho State University)

Nursing (Idaho State University) LAW

Juris Doctor (University of Idaho)

GRADUATE PROGRAMS Master of Arts in Teaching

Master of Education

Master of Physician Assistant Studies (Idaho State University)


MINORS Analytical Chemistry

Creative Writing

Human Services

Physical Sciences

Anthropology/Sociology

Criminal Justice Studies

International Development

Physics

Applied Mathematics

Dual-Degree Engineering

Journalism

Political Economy

Art History

Education

Judaic Studies

Pre-Law

Art and Design

English as a Second Teaching Field

Latin American Studies

Psychology

Asian Studies

Environmental Humanities

Leadership–Business Emphasis

Religious Studies

Bilingual Education

Environmental Science

Leadership–Christian Emphasis

Spanish

Biology

French

Literacy Education

Spanish Foundations

British Studies

French Foundations

Literature in English

Speech Rhetoric

Business

Geosciences

Mathematics

Teaching English as a Second Language

Chemistry

Health Professions Studies

Music

Technical and Analytical Skills in the Natural Sciences

Classics

Health Promotion

Music Performance

Theatre

Coaching

History

Natural Sciences

Visual Studies

Computer Science

Human Biology

Philosophy

Computer Studies

Human Performance

Physical Education


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IN NORTHWEST FOR “AMERICA’S BEST COLLEGE VALUES” —KIPLINGER’S

GREAT VALUE Public perception says receiving a private, liberal arts education can be cost prohibitive. But attending The College of Idaho not only will bring you greater career and life success—it also can save you and your family money! USA Today recently ranked the C of I No. 5 on its list of America’s best value schools. And in Idaho, the C of I has the highest graduation rate and the lowest percentage of students with debt. Our students graduate on time, saving money and getting a faster start on their career in the process.

COST OF ATTENDANCE (2016-2017) Tuition $26,670 Fees $755 Room & Board $9,193 Books & Supplies $1,200 Personal Expenses $1,500 Transportation $700 Total Estimated Cost $40,018

FINANCIAL AID

SCHOLARSHIPS Merit Award Presidential Trustee Dean William Judson Boone PEAK

Amount $15,000 $13,000 $11,000 $8,000 $6,000

*Scholarship amounts vary for transfer students

The following changes are in effect for the 2017–18 FAFSA: • You can submit your FAFSA earlier. You can file your 2017–18 FAFSA as early as Oct. 1, 2016, rather than beginning on Jan. 1, 2017. This is a permanent change. • Students are now required to report income and tax information from an earlier tax year. For example, on the 2017–18 FAFSA, you—and your parent(s)—will report 2015 income and tax information rather than 2016 info.


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OF FIRST-YEAR STUDENTS RECEIVE FINANCIAL AID

BECOME A YOTE! You’re ready to explore new terrain at The College of Idaho! Since the College’s founding in 1891, generations of students have embraced opportunities to challenge themselves and investigate the unknown. That spirit of adventure and exploration continues to invigorate our campus today. So get ready to begin your adventure, future Yote. If you’re looking for a transformative education that will prepare you to take on any challenge, we invite you to learn why the C of I is the right place for you!

UPCOMING EVENTS Fall Open House Saturday, October 15, 2016 Kathryn Albertson Scholarship Competition February 6-17, 2017 Admitted Student Open House Saturday, April 22, 2017

TEST-OPTIONAL The C of I recently adopted a test-optional admission policy. Students now have the option of either submitting their ACT or SAT scores or completing a series of essays with their application. Our admission team will continue to consider multiple factors when reviewing applicants, including high school transcripts, co-curricular activities, community involvement, writing ability, recommendations and other personal achievements.

ADMISSION DEADLINES Early Action I

November 21, 2016

Early Action II

January 13, 2017

Regular Decision

February 15, 2017

Transfer Students

Rolling Admission


NEXT STEPS Visit The College of Idaho! We offer tours of our beautiful campus Monday through Friday. Meet with a professor or coach. Eat in our award-winning dining hall. Experience the #YoteFam. Don’t forget to check out our upcoming events at collegeofidaho.edu/visit. Need to fly to visit the College? Take advantage of our fly-In reimbursement program. Students can receive the first half of their airfare reimbursed, up to $150. By attending the C of I, students can receive the second half of their airfare reimbursed, up to $150. Apply for free to The College of Idaho! You can apply at commonapp.org/school/college-idaho. Submit application materials: high school transcript, SAT/ACT scores or test optional essay responses, and a letter of recommendation. Complete your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). You can now complete this document beginning October 1. The FAFSA ensures that you will receive the best possible financial aid package. Visit fafsa.ed.gov. Complete our Net Price Calculator to discover that a top-tier education is affordable. Visit collegeofidaho.edu/admission/net-price-calculator.

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