Welcome Future Students
At the University of Idaho Coeur d’Alene, you'll find a host of resources to support your educational journey. The following services will help you find your way.
How it Works in Coeur d'Alene
North Idaho College Students
The University of Idaho offers bachelor’s degrees in Coeur d’Alene in partnership with North Idaho College. General education courses are offered at NIC while U of I offers upper division classes plus additional required classes for your major. It is possible to take classes from NIC and U of I at the same time. Learn more about concurrent enrollment. This typically happens when you near completion of an associate degree at NIC and would like to get a head start on U of I credits before fully transferring. Read the detailed directions on the process of concurrent enrollment.
Students from Other Colleges and Universities
We also have students who transfer to U of I Coeur d’Alene from other colleges and universities around the country, including the Community Colleges of Spokane. We will evaluate your transfer credits when you apply for admission, and an advisor will assist you in making the most of your previous coursework as you complete your bachelor’s degree.
Undergraduate students meet frequently with their advisors to discuss core and major requirements. Graduate students meet with major professors to develop a course of study that suits their career goals.
U of I Coeur d’Alene faculty and staff are here to help you through the admissions and registration process, as well as answer any questions you may have about applying for financial aid.
Coeur d’Alene students have many opportunities to access Career Counseling services including: one-on-one career advising, access to Career Information System (CIS) and Hire a Vandal - an exclusive job and internship online posting tool.
University of Idaho strives to ensure that everyone has equal access to opportunities and services. Disability Support Services provides sign language interpreters, testing accommodations and more for Coeur d’Alene students.