On October 7, 1891, The College of Idaho held its first class for two students inside a Presbyterian church. Since that historic day, the College has grown to more than 1,100 students while continuing to build upon the mantra of founding President William Judson Boone: “Let them come, let them all come, and we will see what they can do.”
You can do more at The College of Idaho. From the classroom to extracurricular activities and social life on campus, learn how the C of I prepares its students better than any other small college in the West.
The College of Idaho competes in the NAIA's Cascade Collegiate Conference as was as the USCSA in skiing. The Coyotes have won national championships in baseball and men's basketball, as well as numerous individual and team national titles in skiing.
Listen to performances of The College of Idaho's choirs, orchestra, concert band and other music ensembles. For more information about studying music at the C of I visit http://www.collegeofidaho.edu/music.
College of Idaho students actively pursue undergraduate research and creative work in numerous disciplines. View videos featuring the scholarly and creative activities of College of Idaho students and learn more at www.collegeofidaho.edu/undergraduateresearch.