Student Union Building, Room 117, P.O. Box 444264, Moscow, ID 83844
Moscow, ID 83844
Accrediting Agency:Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities
The University of Idaho was established in 1889 in Moscow, Idaho. U-Idaho also operates campuses in Boise, Coeur d’Alene, and Idaho Falls, as well as several research and extension centers. U.S. News & World Report ranks the University of Idaho No. 165 among National Universities in its 2013 edition of Best Colleges. The University of Idaho serves 12,312 students and has a student-to-faculty ratio of 18 to 1.
The University of Idaho is composed of 10 colleges: agriculture and life sciences, art and architecture, business and economics, education, engineering, graduate studies, law, letters, arts and social sciences, natural resources, and science. The University of Idaho offers online graduate programs in several areas, including business administration, athletic training, educational leadership, special education, biological and agricultural engineering, computer engineering, environmental science, experimental psychology, and statistical science. Online certificate programs are offered through U-Idaho through the College of Engineering, College of Graduate Studies, College of Natural Resources, and College of Science. U.S. News & World Report ranks the University of Idaho’s computer information technology, education, and engineering online graduate programs.
The University of Idaho has been accredited by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities since 1918.
Applicants to the University of Idaho must submit an application and $50 application fee, ACT or SAT test scores, and an official high school transcript detailing GPA and graduation date. Transcripts from other colleges and universities may be turned in for transfer credit consideration. Applicants with 14 or more transferable college semester credits must meet transfer student requirements. Application deadline for the University of Idaho is Aug. 1.