Future Coeur d’Alene Vandals
Small class sizes, dynamic faculty, experiential learning and waterfront classrooms are just the start of the perks that come with earning a degree from U of I in Coeur d’Alene.
Planning Your Path
Courses in Coeur d’Alene may be delivered in person, through video conferencing or online. Take advantage of the center’s proximity to community colleges for core requirements, and make an appointment to talk with a U of I advisor at your earliest convenience.
Students attending North Idaho College (NIC) can use local advising guides to map out your degree path. If you anticipate taking classes at both NIC and U of I in the same semester, familiarize yourself with the process of concurrent enrollment.
Becoming a Vandal student
Admission is on a rolling basis, but we recommend you apply and complete FAFSA between Oct. 1 and Dec. 1 in the academic year before you enroll for maximum financial aid consideration and to help secure the classes you want.