The College of Idaho is a 4-year institution established in Treasure Valley, near the city of Caldwell, and was the state’s first private, liberal arts college. The college offers a unique PEAK curriculum for its undergraduate students, which is designed for students to graduate with a major and three minors within four years. Students in both scientific and creative fields of study have the opportunity to take part in undergraduate research at the college, which includes access to research grants, mentorship, and the chance to present at the annual Student Research Conference.
This university is an established liberal arts school with a beautiful campus. There is a great sense of community in Caldwell and is the perfect home for a student looking for that small-town feel. There are plenty of volunteer opportunities and fun activities for students.
Katelynn from Meridian, ID
I love The College of Idaho, and am learning a great deal there. All of the professors really encourage all of the students, even ones that aren't theirs, and take real interest in them. The only disappointing area is the cost, but in the end, my education will more than make up for it.