Coeur d’Alene Vandals confidently carve their own way to new beginnings. Along the way, your network of support includes the local center team, North Idaho College partners and our Vandal community across the state.
Many of the Coeur d'Alene programs have a local advisor. See a complete list of advisors and major professors for Coeur d'Alene programs.
There are many dates to remember for registration, financial aid, form submission deadlines and other critical activities. The sites below will help keep things organized.
Career Services appointments are available to you through your college's career advisor.
You also have access to Handshake, U of I’s state-of-the-art career management database. Access thousands of jobs and internships as well as a range of other services including campus interviewing and resume referrals.
The class schedule is searchable on VandalWeb or available via the links below.
- U of I Harbor Center: 1031 N. Academic Way in Coeur d'Alene. Free parking.
- DeArmond College and University Center*: 901 River Avenue at NIC in Coeur d'Alene.
- Hedlund Building*: 420 N. College Drive at NIC in Coeur d'Alene.
*Parking permit through North Idaho College required before 4 p.m. Monday through Friday.
Classroom assignments are posted on the Class Schedule. If you cannot find your classroom, please call 208-667-2588.
If you are enrolled at both North Idaho College (NIC) and U of I and want to receive financial aid, visit the Financial Aid office at NIC to complete a Concurrent Enrollment Form for each semester of concurrent enrollment. The form will be sent to the U of I Student Financial Aid Services office to document the number of credits taken each semester so financial aid can be awarded. Read detailed directions on the process of concurrent enrollment.
At the end of each semester in which you are concurrently enrolled, you need to provide U of I with an official copy of your NIC transcripts.
As a half-time or full-time U of I student, you have access to telehealth (online) counseling sessions with the university’s team of social workers and psychologists, initial psychiatric consultations with a psychiatric nurse practitioner as well as case management assistance. Learn more about U of I clinical services available to you as a student in Coeur d’Alene.
If you are in crisis or have an urgent need, please contact one of the following for assistance:
- North Idaho Crisis Center: 208-625-4884
- Idaho Suicide Prevention Hotline: 208-398-4357 (call or text)
- National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-8255
- NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Health) call: 1-800-950-6264 or text: 741741
If you are in imminent danger to yourself or others, please call 911.
Find the latest guidance from the university on COVID-19 protocols.
The Panhandle Health District keeps a list of COVID-19 related resources, including vaccine and testing locations across North Idaho.
A limited number of vault and rapid tests are available at the U of I Coeur d’Alene Harbor Center by appointment only for U of I students, staff and faculty. Contact email@example.com to arrange a pick-up time.
The Office of the Dean of Students oversees judicial and administrative needs at U of I. For support ranging from processing a withdrawal to filing a VandalCARE report, contact the office of the Dean of Students.
The University of Idaho is committed to providing equal and integrated access for individuals with disabilities to all the academic, social, cultural and recreational programs it offers. U of I Coeur d'Alene also is committed to this same philosophy and will work with every student, faculty and staff member in order to accommodate various needs. Contact the Center for Disability Access and Resources at 208-885-6307 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The North Idaho Services Directory contains many resources for needs such as housing, finances, food, health and employment.
Student Health Insurance Program (SHIP)
The Idaho State Board of Education requires proof of valid health insurance as a condition of enrollment. This policy is mandatory for all Idaho public universities and colleges and applies to all degree-seeking undergraduate and graduate students physically enrolled for classes or completing other required degree work within the state of Idaho.
The health insurance requirement applies to all international students enrolled at the Moscow campus or University of Idaho Centers regardless of degree-seeking status or credit hours. International students are required to purchase SHIP for themselves and their accompanying dependents, or provide evidence of comparable health insurance coverage that meets or exceeds the University of Idaho requirements. International students must complete a separate waiver process through the International Programs Office. Students who are covered by Medicaid will only be allowed to waive participation in the SHIP if the coverage is provided by the state of Washington or the state of Idaho.
The University of Idaho Coeur d'Alene does not offer student housing. The North Idaho College Residence Hall may accept U of I students on a space-available basis. Additional housing options may be found through these local business directories:
The Student Technology Center serves as the primary point of contact for U of I technology assistance statewide. Reach the team at email@example.com or 208-885-4357.
Access the AirVandalGold network with your student login credentials or request the AirVandalGuest password from the front desk.
Printing and computers are available in the Harbor Center and the DeArmond building during business hours.
24-hour laptop checkout is also available for Coeur d'Alene students.
- You must be enrolled in a U of I course and keep an active VandalMail account,
- Bring your state-issued picture ID.
- Bring printed copies of the Notebook Checkout Form and the Borrower's Responsibility Document, filled out and ready to go (except signature section).
University of Idaho Coeur d'Alene students have access to the U of I and North Idaho College libraries. Information for distance education students is available at Library Services.
The NIC American Indian Student Center and U of I Native American Student Center both provide support and resources specifically for tribal students, including extra advising and tribal networking.
The Ombuds Office provides a confidential, impartial, informal and independent place to discuss university-related concerns, access information, clarify policies and procedures, discuss response options and get problem-solving assistance. Those using Ombud's services can remain anonymous, if they choose, and in control over what, if any, actions are taken. Use of the Ombuds Office is encouraged when problems arise and individuals are unsure of their options and/or need assistance when pursuing solutions. Contact 208-885-7668 or firstname.lastname@example.org (Cannot guarantee confidentiality through email — useful for setting appointments).
Parking is free and no permit is required at the Harbor Center.
An NIC permit is required to park in most areas of the North Idaho College campus, including the DeArmond and Hedlund buildings.
Current U of I Coeur d'Alene students are eligible for a reduced membership rate at the North Idaho College Student Wellness and Recreation Center. To receive this rate, you must show a student ID and copy of your current class schedule.
The safety of our students, faculty and staff is a top priority at the U of I. Sign up for Vandal Alerts to receive emergency and closure updates.
Emergency Phone Numbers
- Emergency Help — police/fire: 911
- Coeur d'Alene Fire and Ambulance: 208-769-2340
- Kootenai Medical Center: 208-666-2000
- Kootenai County Crisis Line: 208-664-1443
- Rape Crisis Line: 208-661-2522
- North Idaho College Campus Security: 208-769-3310
A transfer pathway is an officially approved agreement used to assist students in taking the appropriate courses at a community college that will transfer for credit toward a bachelor's degree at the University of Idaho. These agreements are designed to help students make a seamless transition when transferring to U of I. View the complete list, including North Idaho College.
Check for your class in the U of I online tutoring offerings.
North Idaho College also offers group subject matter tutoring.
Gear up and show your school spirit with sweatshirts, T-shirts, novelty items and more. Items can be purchased online through the VandalStore.
We also have a few select items for sale at University of Idaho Coeur d'Alene Harbor Center. Stop by anytime during office hours and inquire at the front desk.
Connect with alumni for professional advice, especially for the field in which you want to work. Check it out to find new resources within the Vandal family to set yourself up for career success.
A VandalCard is your student ID card. Submit a request for your VandalCard from OIT.
VandalStar allows you to request help or to make appointments with certain staff, faculty and services. You may receive emails with action items, concerns, and kudos.
NIC and U of I Military and Veteran Services have dedicated staff to help with GI Bill® benefits and the transition to civilian life. Thank you for your service.
GI Bill® is a registered trademark of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). More information about education benefits offered by the VA is available at the official U.S. government website at https://www.benefits.va.gov/gibill.
Find support through U of I and NIC for writing projects ranging from applications to research publications.
University of Idaho Writing Center
Meet with a U of I tutor virtually or receive written feedback on a draft. Contact the office at email@example.com or 208-885-6644.
North Idaho College Writing Center
Face-to-face and online appointments are available. Contact the NIC Writing Center at 208-769-3298 or make an appointment online.
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