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Moscow

College of
Letters, Arts & Social Sciences

Physical Address:
Admin. Bldg. 112
phone: (208) 885-6426
fax: (208) 885-8964
class@uidaho.edu

Mailing Address:
College of Letters, Arts & Social Sciences 
University of Idaho
875 Perimeter Drive MS 3154
Moscow, ID 83844-3154


Coeur d'Alene

University of Idaho C'DA‎
1031 N Academic Way
Coeur d'Alene, ID
83814-5497 
(208) 667-2588


College of
Letters, Arts & Social Sciences
University of Idaho
Admin. Bldg. 112
P.O. Box 443154
Moscow, ID 83844-3154
phone: (208) 885-6426
fax: (208) 885-8964

class@uidaho.edu

Victoria Hart

Victoria HartVictoria Hart

Majors: English Literature and Journalism
Hometown: Vancouver, Washington

Honors/Awards:
University Honors Program member in good standing (2010 - present)
CLASS Dean's List (2010 - present)
Earl and Ada David Scholarship (2011 - present)
David Maxey Scholarship (2011 - present)

Vicky is a second-generation Vandal who enjoys playing Ultimate Frisbee, baking cookies, and taking long walks in the arboretum. She does a lot of reading and typing in her schoolwork and as an editor at UI Student Media. She is a bowler and a yoga-doer and a Lutheran who loves Palouse weather and small-town living. She's into poetry and correct grammar.



Why I chose the University of Idaho

I remember being so worried about missing opportunities that I applied something like 12 universities — all in the Northwest, all small liberal arts schools, nearly all private. And it wasn’t very helpful either when each university-appointed tour guide said I would “just know” when I stepped onto the right campus. I remember feeling like I didn’t know anything. All the ivy-covered buildings and well-watered quads blended together after a while, and my mom talked me into applying to a state school — for comparison if nothing else.

I chose the University of Idaho and a few weeks later, we scheduled a stop in Moscow. I remember watching students walking back to the residence halls (it was a Thursday afternoon), and realizing that I was imagining myself as one of them. I could see myself belonging at UI, going to class with these students, living side-by-side with some of them — becoming part of what I now recognize as the Vandal family. And that was the feeling, the “just knowing” that I’d been told I was waiting for.

What I like most about UI

I’ve held jobs in Student Media that are perfect simulations of potential careers, served food to those in need, attended concerts and art shows on campus, and a lot of other university-type things. There’s been a lot of reading and talking to faculty members, but there’s also been a lot of laughing and staying up late with friends.

UI made it possible to grow in a zillion ways all at once and little by little. I tried Nigerian food and found out I like marimba music. I learned the value of sleep and self-care when I got a cold. And I’m still getting to know the endlessly interesting people and resources that exist around every corner in a place as innovative, energetic, and inviting as the University of Idaho.