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The Vandal Parent Newsletter is a letter from Bruce Pitman, Dean of Students to University of Idaho parents. More

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Costs and Financial Aid

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Contact Us

Dean of Students

Dean of Students
askjoe@uidaho.edu
phone: (208) 885-6757
fax: (208) 885-9494
Teaching and Learning Center
Room 232
875 Perimeter Drive
MS 2431
Moscow, ID 83844-2431

Parents at the homecoming parade

For Parents

Parents are important partners in their student's success. The Dean of Students Office can help provide you with information and tools to mentor and guide your student through transitioning from high school to college, through learning to balance study and college activities, to learning interviewing and resume skills at the career center when it is time to prepare for the next step after university. There are many services and opportunities available to students.  

Orientation

Are you a new Vandal Parent helping your student prepare to come to the University of Idaho for the first time? Sign up for Parent orientation and sign your student up for New Student Orientation

Parent Newsletter

Want to keep up on all that is happening on campus? Sign up for the Vandal Parent Newsletter, written by Bruce Pitman, Dean of Students. 

Parents Guide

Take a look at the University of Idaho Parent's Guide website with information about special weekends like homecoming, Dads' Weekend and Moms Weekend. 

Holiday Break Bus

The Dean of Students Office offers a Holiday Break Bus for Thanksgiving break, winter break and spring break that takes students to destinations in southern Idaho and a bus that travels to the Portland, Oregon area and makes stops in between. Find out how to sign up your student for the Holiday Break Bus. 

Counseling and Testing Center

Learn about services available to your student. The Counseling and Testing Center offers students access to a wide range of counseling services, resources, and referrals. Many students experience a variety of difficulties including stress, depression, anxiety, and relationship problems during their college years, and find that it is helpful to discuss their personal, educational, or career concerns with a professional. The CTC provides a supportive and confidential environment for students to explore their concerns and learn new skills to deal more effectively with problems that may be interfering with their personal well-being and academic goals.

Important Dates:

Moms' Weekend 2014: April 17-19
Dads' Weekend 2014 is Sept. 27
Homecoming Weekend 2014 October 18 
Moms' Weekend 2015: April 17-19, 2015

Help your student keep track of the deadlines for adding and dropping courses by keeping up on the Registrar's list of dates and deadlines

If there is a service you are looking for that you can't find, or if you have questions, don't hesitate to email us at askjoe@uidaho.edu or call us at (208) 885-6757.