The College of Idaho is in a small suburb, in Caldwell, ID. The school is classified as a private, not-for-profit college. Students at The College of Idaho earn degrees up to the Master's degree.
There are more programs of study at the school than you'll find at most colleges of similar size. The most common major fields study at The College of Idaho include drama and performing arts, fine arts, liberal arts, mathematics, music, nutrition and exercise therapy, science, therapy and counseling.
The school does not admit all applicants. The middle range of verbal SAT scores in 2007-2008 was 470 to 623 for students at The College of Idaho. While math SAT scores among applicants varied, those accepted commonly had scores between 490 and 630.
One indicator of school quality is the number of students per professor, and here the school does well in comparison to most schools. Some professors at The College of Idaho are awarded tenure, allowing the school to retain good faculty members.
The school, in 2007-2008, had 840 students (851 full-time equivalent).
Many students at The College of Idaho are part-timers. The school is not thought of as a commuter school, and many students live on campus or nearby. Dorm living is common. The school makes available student meal plans. Athletic teams at The College of Idaho belong to the Cascade Collegiate Conference, Cascade Collegiate Conference, Cascade Collegiate Conference for major sports. Student athletes can receive financial aid in some cases.
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