Fish Culture and Experiment Station
3059 National Fish Hatchery Road #F
Hagerman, Idaho 83332
Research & Extension Center
CSI Evergreen Building
315 Falls Avenue East
Twin Falls, Idaho 83301
821 W. Idaho Street
Boise, ID 83702
M-F: 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
Sat: 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Parking is available in the Eastman Garage located above the VandalStore with entrances on both Idaho and Main Street.
For The Students, By The Students
Meet the University of Idaho student body president and vice president in their own words…
My name is Samantha Perez and I am a senior at the University of Idaho. I graduated from Rigby High School in 2008.
During my freshman year I immediately got involved in student organizations on campus. I joined the Student Alumni Relations Board, Student Foundation and became a College of Agricultural and Life Sciences Ambassador.
I have had the opportunity to attend two Alternative Service Breaks, one to Bay St. Louis, Mississippi and the other to Oakland, California.
My freshman year I ran for Associate Students University of Idaho (ASUI) Senate and was elected for two terms. In April, I was elected to serve as ASUI president. During my year as student body President I would like ASUI to become more visible on campus and in the state of Idaho as well as make it more accessible for students. I plan on accomplishing this through ASUI open houses, hosting a reunion and encouraging our ASUI student staff to attend more events on campus.
My name is Juan Corona and this year I’m proud to serve my peers as the Associated Students University of Idaho (ASUI) vice president. I came to the University of Idaho in the fall of 2008 to be a part of something bigger than my small-town - Parma, Idaho -roots.
What I’ve found is a truly diverse community that has welcomed me into several groups. Each of these have helped me learn important lessons about my major, my fellow students, my worldview and myself. I belong to Beta Theta Pi fraternity and the Interfraternity council, Brotherhood Empowerment Against Rape (BEAR), the university homecoming committee and Organizacion de Estudiantes Latinos Americanos. My free time is spent with my family and friends.
This spring I will graduate with my B.S. in television and radio digital media production. Leaving Moscow will be bittersweet for me because attending the University of Idaho has been one of the best experiences of my life, and I would not change anything about the four years I’ve spent here. However, I know that I’m well prepared for wherever my career path leads, whether it’s as a consultant for my fraternity or an ambassador for Teach for America.
As a part of ASUI, my biggest wish is to leave the student body government better than when I found it, a sentiment shared by President Samantha Perez. We have, and will continue to, implement changes that make ASUI a more accessible and transparent administration. We hope that by making ASUI more visible to our student community, we can expand opportunities for our peers and give them the foundation for the most positive experience possible at our university.