As a University of Idaho student you are surrounded by an amazing array of services. The Dean of Students office can help you find these services. There are services to provide you with help and assistance, and there are also programs that will help you make your experience at the University of Idaho a more rewarding one. Let us help you find ways to get the most from your experience at college.
ASUI Center for Volunteerism and Social Action
Are you looking for a way to get involved and give back. The Associated Students of the University of Idaho's Center for Volunteerism and Social Action provides opportunities to volunteer for an afternoon, a Saturday, or maybe you want to spend your spring break helping others. Stop by the Center located in the Idaho Commons room 301 (go to the Common's main entrance, go past Einstein's Coffee Shop, find the stairs to your left, go upstairs, and turn right) opportunities to get involved in your community and help others await!
Want to practice your interview skills, have someone review your resume, or attend a career fair? The Career Center can help you with all of these things and more. They centrally located in the Commons and ready to help you land an exciting internship or job.
Counseling and Testing Center
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.
Holiday Break Bus
Want to go home for the break without worrying about driving or finding a ride. The Dean of Students Office provides 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 buy your ticket for the Holiday Break Bus
Important Dates and Deadlines
Keep track of the deadlines for adding and dropping courses as well as holidays and need to know information by checking out the Registrar's list of dates and deadlines.
The LGBTQA Office provides the services and resources necessary to meet the social, emotional, and academic needs to LGBTQ students, and to cultivate a community of campus allies who will support our mission.
New Student Orientation
Are you a new Vandal preparing to come to campus for the first time? Start your first semester off right. Learn how to navigate campus and the services available to you at New Student Orientation
Help prevent others from being harmed and learn how to take action safely and comfortably. Step in and step up when someone else is at risk of getting hurt, get the skills you need by completing a Vandal Green Dot
training. Consider joining our Speaker’s Bureau
or inviting us to go deeper into the causes and consequences of violence through a visit to your living group or classroom.
There is always something going on at the Women's Center, stop in (located in the Memorial Gym, go through the main doors and take a right to room 109) you will find lunch-time programs, a comfortable place to sit, a refrigerator and microwave that students can use, a resource library, and a caring group of people who are dedicated to providing services and activities that educate, support, and help solve real problems for students and others, and that help achieve equity on campus.