Contact Us

OMA Location

Office of Multicultural Affairs
OMA@uidaho.edu
phone: (208) 885-7716
fax: (208) 885-9494
TLC 230
875 Peremeter Drive MS 2439
Moscow, ID 83844-2439

Useful Links

Office of the Dean of Students :
Our purpose is to support the academic mission of the University and to enhance the personal growth and civic responsibility of students.

Diversity:
Links to various diversity websites on the University of Idaho campus and the surrounding communities.

Today @ Idaho:
Calendar of events for UI activities, new releases, and faculty/staff announcements

Human Rights Compliance Officer: 
The Office of Human Rights, Access & Inclusion and the Human Rights Compliance Officer, provide professional and authoritative advice with respect to University matters that concern discrimination, diversity, equity, ADA coordination and harassment issues.  The office serves as the University’s Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Office by ensuring compliance, reporting and enforcement in the areas of discrimination and harassment for students, faculty and staff.

College Assistance Migrant Program:
The University of Idaho College Assistance Migrant Program (UI CAMP).  UI-CAMP is a special program at the University of Idaho that assists students who meet the definition of migrant farm workers or children of migrant farm workers. The program will provide support for qualifying students during their first year of enrollment in higher education.

International Programs Office:
Important information on UI study abroad programs, International Friendship Association and Intensive English Language program. 

Women's Center:
Our mission is to promote gender equity for students, faculty and staff.  We work toward that end through providing educational programs, speakers for single parents, assistance for non-traditional students and special funding for alternative programs

Registrar:
Login to WEB registration System, up-to-date class schedules, classroom abbreviations, UI general catalog and more.

Academic Support and Assistance Programs:
Academic Assistance Programs  is comprised of three programs; Student Support Services, Student Disability Services and Tutoring and Learning Services.

Counseling and Testing Center: 
Some of the services include: Crisis Intervention, Individual Counseling, Group Counseling , Biofeedback & Stress Management , Couples Counseling, Career Guidance & Counseling , and Alcohol & Substance Abuse Counseling.

Cooperative Education:
The University of Idaho Internships & Cooperative Education Office (Co-op Ed) offers students an opportunity to participate in work experiences to help clarify career and academic goals. Such practical experiences also reinforce and expand classroom learning.

Student and Temporary Employment Services:
Various links to "on and off campus" employment opportunities for students.

Career Center:
Provides assistance to undergraduates, graduate students, and alumni of all majors who are seeking career planning assistance and/or job opportunities in business, industry, human services, government, and education.

Campus Visit:
The Campus Visit Office provides information and assistance to new students and their families. We arrange campus visits, travel to high schools and college fairs, and host students on campus.