The University of Idaho, the state’s land grant and principal research institution, serves the region and nation as well as international clientele, by providing programs in engineering, art and architecture, mining and metallurgy, forestry and recreation education, agriculture and consumer sciences, business education and economics, and the liberal arts. It maintains resident instruction centers in Coeur d’Alene, Boise and Idaho Falls, extension centers in 42 of Idaho’s 44 counties, and seven research and extension centers throughout the state. An active International Programs Office helps extend and promote the University around the globe.
Located in Moscow, a community of 20,000, the University boasts a friendly student atmosphere and a feeling of camaraderie that is engendered by a low student/professor ratio and a service-oriented staff. Moscow is the gateway to a natural wonderland. It is surrounded by the Palouse hills and the mountains and lakes of Northern Idaho, providing an idyllic summer setting. This is the Idaho of National Geographic fame. Skiing, boating, white-water rafting, hiking and camping are popular pastimes. The Sawtooth Mountains and Hells Canyon recreation areas, and the Frank Church River of No Return are within easy driving distance.
Come, learn, and celebrate summer at the University of Idaho.