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The beautiful campus is located in Moscow, Idaho, near the Idaho/Washington border. Getting here is easy:
- By car – The University of Idaho is located on the Washington and Idaho border: University of Idaho Main Campus 709 S. Deakin St. Moscow, ID 83844
- By air – Area airports include Pullman-Moscow Regional Airport, Lewiston-Nez Perce County Regional Airport and Spokane International Airport. Cars can be rented at each of these airports.
- By bus – Greyhound Lines provides bus service to Moscow.
Make hotel reservations for your family for the start of school. Accommodations fill up fast!
In addition to your personal and room items, be sure to bring your own office and school supplies. If you don’t have a computer, remember all students have free access to the 15+ computer labs on campus.
Pets (except fish) are not allowed in the residence halls. Halogen lamps and cooking equipment, other than microwaves (limited to 800 watts), also are not allowed in the residence halls. Microwave/refrigerator combination units are provided in all residence hall rooms.
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Posted 4/20/2021 10:08:00 PM
Zach Tudor, affiliate faculty and leader of Idaho National Laboratory’s national and homeland security research programs, received the Career Achievement in Government Award at the virtual Black Engineer of the Year Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Conference. The event recognizes exceptional leaders whose actions have energized corporations and communities to create connections between minority students, educators and professionals in scientific fields. Read more
Posted 4/20/2021 9:00:00 PM
A new species of fish has been discovered during a research study funded by the National Science Foundation and University of Hawaii Sea Grant College Program that focused on deep-water snappers. The new species was named “Etelis boweni" by the research team in recognition of Brian Bowen, a research professor from the University of Hawaii who has spent over three decades studying marine fish. Read more
Posted 4/19/2021 9:56:00 PM
Two reporters at The Argonaut student newspaper, senior journalism major Angela Palermo and first-year journalism major Cody Roberts, won first place in the Breaking News category for their coverage of anti-mask protests in Moscow in the Society for Professional Journalists (SPJ) 2021 Mark of Excellence Region 10 Awards. Their story will compete for the national award in that category. Read more