These schools are similar to University of Idaho in key aspects like size, setting, and academics.
100% of students
I liked that it had my major.
I wish it was flatter. Who builds a college on hills and then puts all the housing on the bottom of it. Also, parking is a nightmare.
The campus is honestly really pretty (though a bit big) and really gives you a lot of places to just go and hang out. There are more than a few places to get food on campus, and if you want to get food off campus it's pretty close to downtown. I will say though a lot of the buildings seem to be a bit old and dorms such as the general Wallace Residence Center look like they could use some major renovation.
-Most of the professors I've had have been pretty great. -The food in the Wallace Residence Center isn't the best. -Wallace Residence Center in general sucks. -Make sure you have warm clothes if you want to come up here, it gets really cold during the winter. -If you want to stay here over thanksgiving or spring break, they don't offer you food in the main cafeterias.
Through the Pandemic, I was able to continue my courses without interruption. Professors and other individuals were quick to respond to questions that I had pertaining to the course. I found their preparation very good and I was guided through to graduation.
I didn't think that the online course offerings were as extensive as they should have been and my requests for more were denied.
The University of Idaho is located in Moscow, ID. The town is mostly focused on universities. Every place like a market, clinic, and restaurant is very walkable distance. Professors are very friendly and willing to help students to learn. Moreover, there is always a counseling center to help students mentally. Student Recreation Center is huge enough to join and enjoy exercise indoors.
The University of Idaho is limited to providing student loans, financial aid, and scholarships.