Colleges in Idaho
Colleges in Idaho
The fourteenth largest state and the seventh least dense state in the United States, Idaho, is a mountainous state. Idaho’s in the northwestern region of the United States. The “Gem State” and “Potato State” is known for their wonderful National Parks and Reserves. So if you have an affinity with nature, here are the top ten universities to consider.
Boise State is a public four year, research institution. It’s located in the downtown city of Boise, Idaho. Boise State has the largest enrollment of post-secondary education institution in the state of Idaho, with a student population of 23,000. Boise State University currently provides 201 degrees and over 100 graduate programs. Boise State also participates in NCAA Division I athletics.
CSI is a two year, public university. With over 9,000 students, CSI offers an associate of art, an associate of science, an associate of applied science, and several different technical programs. It is known as a commuter college; the school colors are gold and black.
The College of Idaho is a private coeducational liberal arts college, located in Caldwell, Idaho. Their enrollment consists of 1,042 students. The suburban campus currently provides 26 majors, 55 minors, and 13 other programs through 16 different departments.
U of I is Idaho’s land grant and research university, it is also a public, four year institution. Idaho’s oldest public university is located in Moscow, Idaho. U of I offers 142 degree programs in 30 areas of study. There are over 12,000 students that attend the University of Idaho. They also have the largest campus in the state.
This technical college was founded in 1969, and is located in Idaho Falls, Idaho. Originally named Eastern Idaho Vocational Technical School, Eastern Idaho Technical College was renamed after their accreditation is 1982. There are several college divisions at Eastern Idaho Technical College. They include: Business, Office, and Technology, Health Professions, Trades and Industry, and General Education.
ISU is a doctoral research university; it’s also a public four year institution. It was founded in 1901. Idaho State offers more than 280 majors and minors. With black and orange as the school’s colors, 12,892 students attend Idaho State. Their motto is “The truth will set you free.”
BYU - Idaho is a four year university, founded in 1888. Brigham Young inhabits Rexburg, Idaho, the largest city in Madison County. BYU - Idaho is a private religious affiliated university. They’re funded by the LDS Church. BYU - Idaho offers programs in over 70 bachelor’s degree and eighteen associate degrees.
NIC is a two year community, public college. North Idaho College presides in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. The student enrollment is over 6,000. They only offer Associate’s degrees. They have famous alumni, with one of them being Sarah Palin. She attended NIC during Spring of 1983.
Lewis-Clark State is a public undergraduate college. It launched in 1893, and it’s located in Lewiston, Idaho. They have an annual enrollment of 3,500 students. As of recent, the student population is 4,525. The university offers 83 degrees and the urban campus’ colors are navy, white, and red.
NNU is a religiously affiliated private university. Its religious affiliation is the Church of Nazarene. The founding year is 1913, with a student population of 1,850. The location of Northern Nazarene University is Nampa, Idaho. NNU currently has six schools, and offers 29 baccalaureate programs.