The University of Idaho prides itself on providing you with the individualized services and attention necessary to make the most of your college experience.
The Division of Student Affairs is the central resource for almost all your needs as a student. Stop here first for information on health services, counseling, testing, housing, recreation, the Women's Center and much more.
The office of the Dean of Students offers useful information on university programs, policies, the academic calendar and lots more. You can read the dean's newsletters to parents and students, or ask questions directly by e-mailing the Dean of Students office: firstname.lastname@example.org
The office of Academic Advising can help you define your academic goals and keep you on track. You'll meet one-on-one with your adviser to review your progress, discuss any changes and create both short- and long-term plans.
The Career Center offers interview tips, salary negotiating strategies, help with résumé writing, job postings and more for current students and alumni.
Safety on campus is a top priority at the University of Idaho. The Moscow Police Department's Campus Division patrols the campus and residence halls and enforces university policies to help ensure your safety.
The Counseling & Testing Center (a free and confidential campus service) can help you with personal, relationship, and academic struggles such as stress, anxiety, depression, and interpersonal conflicts. Testing services are also available (for a fee) and include such tests as the GRE, TOEFL, MCAT, GED, assessment of learning disabilities, and other tests.
The Financial Aid office is the place to go for information on financing your education through student loans, grants and scholarships.
Tutoring and Learning Services can help with drop-in, small-group or individual tutoring.
The office of Multicultural Affairs plans activities, offers peer mentoring, manages multicultural-related scholarships and other programs that support the rich cultural diversity on campus.
Disability Support Services can arrange note-taking services, sign language interpreting, training for assistive technology in our computer labs, alternate text, test-taking accommodations and an array of other services.