|Campus Setting:||Rocky Mountains Small city|
|Highest Degree Offered:||Doctor's degree - research/scholarship and professional practice|
|Level of Institution:||Four or more years|
|School Colors:||Black and orange|
Nestled in the picturesque region of the northern Rockies, amidst some of the most beautiful scenery the U.S. has to offer, is Idaho State University. Idaho State University is a Carnegie-designated research high university, one of fewer than 100 schools of higher education to receive such classification. Rich in tradition spanning more than 110 years, ISU is a vibrant institution with opportunities for people of all backgrounds to become involved and to work together to promote understanding, awareness, and respect of all cultures.
Idaho State University offers the most comprehensive programs of any higher education institution in Idaho. With more than 275 academic programs, ISU encompasses degrees in business, accounting, finance, dance, theatre, psychology, chemistry, physics, engineering, and more than 30 professional technical programs. Opportunities to participate with nationally and internationally recognized professors is a hallmark of an ISU education. Research in ISU's Idaho Accelerator Center collaborate on energy research with scientists with the Idaho National Laboratory. ISU is a founding member of the Center for Advanced Energy Studies, a public-private partnership to advance energy-related educational opportunities and research.
ISU is not only known for its advanced and cutting-edge programs in the areas of energy, science, health and homeland security, it is also well-known for the resources and programs it provides for veterans. G.I. Jobs magazine recognized Idaho State University as one of the top 5 veteran-friendly universities in the country. Due to the exceptional location of Idaho State University, there are numerous outdoor adventures that students can take part in. Some of these activities include hiking, mountain biking, skiing, fishing, kayaking, snow shoeing, and white water rafting.
There are so many different activities to do on campus and i loved going to the football games( even if they are no boise state) they are still a ncaa team. the sab has really great stuff to do like donkey basketball music concerts there is so much to do just dont be afraid to get involvedRead More