322 E. Front Street
Boise, Idaho 83702
Toll Free (866) 624-9925
Coeur d' Alene Center
1031 N. Academic Way Suite 242
Coeur d' Alene Idaho 83814
Phone: (208) 292-2539
Morrill Hall 207
PO Box 443017
Moscow, ID 83844-3017
College of Education
875 Perimeter Drive
Phone: (208) 885-6880
Fax: (208) 885-2825
Silver Valley Upward Bound Director
1031 N. Academic Way, Suite 242
Coeur d' Alene, ID 83814
Phone: (208) 292-1367
Fax: (208) 667-5275
P.O. Box 443086
Moscow, ID 83844-3086
Phone: 1-888-8-UIDAHO ext.5819
EOC can help you form realistic career goals and identify programs to match your needs. We can assist with program advising, GED and college applications, financial aid, testing, course selection, and more. We are here to make further education attainable for you, and because we are funded by a federal grant, all of our services are free.
EOC is a federally funded TRiO program designed to provide educational opportunities to underserved U.S. citizens. Our primary participants are those individuals who have a limited income and come from a family whose parents have not completed a four-year college degree.
The primary goal of the EOC is to increase the number of adult (19+) individuals enrolled in post-secondary educational institutions. In many instances, the EOC may serve individuals under 19 years of age or those who have not yet received their high school diploma or GED certificate.
Since 1991 Educational Talent Search (ETS) has been helping parents and students in Coeur d'Alene, Post Falls and Lewiston area. To understand and provide academic advising, free tutoring, career advising, college admissions assistance, financial aid assistance, scholarship search assistance, goal setting and decision making advising, a 10th grade mentoring program, study skills assistance, and SAT/ACT preparation.
ETS students and parents are provided with free college advising services that include study skills enhancement and tutoring (for academic success), college and career exploration (to find out what a student wants and likes, and by determining that we can find a school that will deliver those wants and likes), and financial aid advising so we can guide students and parents through the “how to(s)” of paying for college.
The goal of the Ronald E. McNair Postbaccalaureate Achievement Program is to increase Ph.D. attainment by students from underrepresented segments of society. The McNair Achievement Program is a federally funded educational assistance (TRiO) program designed to prepare undergraduate participants for doctoral studies through involvement in research and other scholarly activities.
Funded by the Department of Education. Our mission is for each of our participants to enroll and graduate from college. Our focus is to educate our participants on the importance of academia, social justice, sustainability, and education as a tool to improve themselves and the world they are responsible for.
During the academic year we counsel, tutor, and facilitate college visits. Our summer program consists of our participants attending courses at the University of Idaho designed to increase their success in college. In addition to our courses, we visit locations our participants would not be able to. This increases our participants’ abilities to function far from their homes and comfort zones.
The program provides individual academic and personal support to assist first-generation, limited income and/or disabled college students to achieve satisfactory progress, retention and graduation. Students have opportunities to establish and improve academic skills and performances. Also work through challenges faced being a college student and identify educational and career goals.
Serves 50 low-income, first-generation students at Kellogg and Wallace High Schools, providing access and opportunities for participants to succeed in their precollege performance and ultimately in their higher education pursuits.
Upward Bound assists participants in understanding how learning beyond the classroom relates to their place in the world. Upward Bound prepares its’ participants to be active, informed citizens of their community, campus, and country through learning opportunities that educate our participants on the importance of academia, social justice, and sustainability.
Upward Bound is a year-round project that offers academic preparation and advising, cultural and leadership activities, college tours, college planning and advising as well as a host of other opportunities. Upward Bound also offers a Summer Institute with a focus on intensive college preparatory instruction, development of character, service learning, and leadership skills.
Silver Valley Upward Bound believes higher education should be attainable to anyone who wants it, and we are here to make sure that our participants have every opportunity available to them, and to ensure their success.
Provides innovative and challenging learning in the areas of science and math (STEM). We support high school participants in their determination and potential to succeed into college and EXPLORE their world.
Upward Bound Math Science involves you in projects and activities, increasing your skills. The program lets you experience college while still in high school, exploring options. It works with you to understand career options by visiting companies.