The University of Idaho is nationally recognized for its value, academic excellence and research. But we also have a great town, a beautiful campus and a variety of social opportunities as well as an impactful statewide presence.
Explore the Idaho Student Union Building
The ISUB offers a wide variety of student focused services and engaging activities in the heart of campus.
Explore the Rec Center
The SRC is U of I's primary resource for students, faculty, staff and alumni to workout and participate in recreational activities.
Discover the University of Idaho
Fill your college experience with memories and connections that will define you as an individual and empower you for a lifetime by living on campus, participating in some of our amazing student organizations, and exploring the opportunities we offer to grow and learn on a local, state and global level.
All first-year students in Moscow are required to live on campus, as on-campus living is proven to help you succeed while going to college. Our beautiful residential campus offers many great living opportunities including the residence halls and fraternity or sorority chapter facilities, all of which fulfill your first year live-on requirement.
Research has shown that students who live on campus have higher GPAs and graduate faster. Learn more about our policy. Exemptions are considered by the Office of the Dean of Students.
Can’t decide? Then do both!
Enjoy all the benefits of membership in a fraternity or sorority while living in your own residence hall room. Students interested in joining a fraternity or sorority while living in a residence hall should register for fall recruitment and complete the housing application.
Want to live off-campus?
There are a variety of housing options for those who want to live off-campus.
Housing & Residence Life
Explore our 24 residence hall communities designed to support all academic and social needs.Read Story
Fraternity & Sorority Life
Find students with similar interests, common goals and aspirations in one of our 34 recognized Fraternities and Sororities.Learn More
Townhouses, one-bedroom and community apartments are available for graduate students, families and undergraduates.Explore Options
Be part of something big. Volunteer, join a club or find a leadership opportunity that fits you.
The LGBTQA Office provides a safe and welcoming space for students and other members of the university community.Learn More
Student Clubs and Organizations
Enhance your campus experience by joining one of the hundreds of student organizations and meeting students with similar interests.Find a Club
College Assistance Migrant Program (CAMP)
Assists students who have qualifying migrant/seasonal farm work backgrounds by providing financial and academic support services.Learn More
Grow and explore through service and social action. View upcoming opportunities.Get Connected
Native American Student Center
Empowers Native American students by meeting academic, social and cultural needs as they navigate the college experience.Learn More
Participate in structured team, individual, dual and leisure events at a competitive or recreational level.Get Involved
Office of Multicultural Affairs
OMA seeks to broaden U of I's commitment to cultural enrichment and academic excellence by maintaining an environment that supports multiculturalism and promotes inclusion.Learn More
Take a hands-on role in university decisions and goals. Join the student body government or find other leadership opportunities.Get Started
Promotes and advocates for gender equity on campus and in the community through programs and services that educate and support all individuals.Learn More
U of I provides access to unique educational experience that transform the lives of our students through engaged learning, self-reflection and hands-on experience at our residential main campus in Moscow, regional centers, extension offices and research facilities across Idaho.
Join the 75 percent of undergraduates who conduct research projects.Learn More
WWAMI Medical Education Program
The WWAMI program allows 40 Idaho medical students to complete their first and second year of medical training at the University of Idaho.Learn More
Wilderness-based, human-powered outdoor and adventure activities to build teamwork, leadership and growth.Get Involved
Statewide Locations and Programs
The University of Idaho has facilities across the state of Idaho., including 42 outlying offices, centers in Boise, Idaho Falls and Coeur d'Alene, as well as many research and learning facilities.Explore University Locations
Alternative Service Breaks
The ASB program is volunteer service with a travel component. ASBs serve locally, regionally, nationally, and internationally, and range from weekend excursions to 10-day trips.Learn More