Visit the Campus
In 2014, Moscow, Idaho, was named in the Top 10 Best College Towns according to Livability.com. This is due in large part to our beautiful landscapes, and access to camping, fishing, mountain-biking and skiing. We also have a vibrant downtown area. But seeing is believing.
We invite you visit our campuses and see for yourself why the UI College of Law is distinct.
Getting to Moscow
- Pullman-Moscow Regional Airport (PUW)
- Lewiston-Nez Perce County Regional Airport (LWS), 30 miles south of Moscow
- Spokane International Airport (GEG), about a 1.5 hours' drive, northwest of Moscow
The Moscow Chamber of Commerce is a great place to find temporary lodging in the Moscow area. Or you may check out the Pullman Chamber of Commerce, since Pullman, Wash., is just eight miles away. If you find your favorite hotel is full, you may also want to consider using the local Moscow/Pullman BedFinders service.
Note: Remember that rooms fill up quickly on game days and event weekends.
Family Friendly Moscow
Named a Best Place to Raise a Family, the Moscow location enjoys a family study room, changing tables, assigned study carrels, a lactation room, and community resources that promote a healthy balance between law school and life.
In 2015, Boise, Idaho, was named in the Top 100 Places to Live by Livability.com. Boise has both natural and urban amenities – a mild climate with seasons and theatre, a philharmonic and the State Capitol. With the opening of the new Idaho Law and Justice Center, a world of opportunity lies ahead for the law student who wishes to study “in the city.”
Getting to Boise
- Boise Airport (BOI)
Boise.org's hotel search is a great way to find places to stay.
The Washington Post recently spotlighted Boise in their monthly series “You’re going where?” highlighting the best vacation destinations.
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