The University of Idaho Coeur d'Alene is committed to you, and a number of resources are available. U of I Coeur d'Alene offers various services and collaborates with North Idaho College to provide additional resources. This information can help you during your academic journey.
Many of the Coeur d'Alene programs have a local adviser. See a complete list of advisers and major professors for Coeur d'Alene programs.
Advising guides are designed to help students plan their academic transition between North Idaho College and University of Idaho Coeur d'Alene. View the available advising guides.
The safety of our students, faculty and staff is a top priority at the University of Idaho.
Notices and announcements such as school closures, and emergency notifications pertaining to the Harbor Center and North Idaho College will be communicated via the U of I Coeur d'Alene main phone number (recording) and, if appropriate, via local media outlets.
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
- U of I Coeur d'Alene Switchboard: 208-667-2588
- North Idaho College Campus Security: 208-769-3310
There are three main locations at which classes meet:
- U of I Harbor Center: Located at 1031 N. Academic Way, Coeur d'Alene. Parking passes are not required.
- NIC Molstead Library: Located on the NIC campus. If you have a class at NIC held before 4 p.m. and wish to park on campus, you will need to purchase a parking permit from the parking office in the Student Union Building. Parking permits are not required on the NIC campus during summer session.
- U of I Research Park: Located at 721 S. Lochsa St., Post Falls. Parking passes are not required.
Classroom assignments are posted on the Class Schedule. If you cannot find your classroom, please contact our main line at 208-667-2588.
If you want to get involved with student organizations at the University of Idaho Coeur d’Alene, here are some great opportunities:
Student Activities Committee
This ad hoc group of U of I student volunteers plans fun events and activities here in Coeur d'Alene! Students participating in the SAC can volunteer to help with all of our annual events or just one event per year.
Examples of U of I events for students and their families:
- December Holiday Fun Night
- Valentine's Card Making Party Community Outreach Event
- Spring Easter Egg Hunt
If you'd like to make connections to other Vandals and help plan these events, contact the U of I Coeur d'Alene Center at 208-667-2588, email@example.com.
North Idaho College
U of I Coeur d'Alene students are highly encouraged to be involved with clubs on the North Idaho College campus. Find a complete list of active NIC clubs.
There are many resources available to you in the Coeur d’Alene community if you need assistance with housing, finances, food, health, employment, etc. You can find a directory of those resources on the North Idaho Services Directory.
Students have access to a computer lab at the University of Idaho Harbor Center. During the fall and spring semester office hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Summer hours are 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. There is a printer in this computer lab, with which each student can print up to 250 pages per semester.
24-hour laptop checkout is also available for Coeur d'Alene students.
- You must be enrolled in a University of Idaho Coeur d'Alene course.
- You must have a valid VandalMail (firstname.lastname@example.org) email address.
- Please bring printed copies of the Notebook Checkout Form and the Borrower's Responsibility Document, filled out and ready to go (except signature section).
- A state-issued picture ID is required, as stipulated in the Notebook Checkout Form.
- Visit the Checkout Website for more information and documentation.
For more information, please call our office at 208-667-2588.
Wireless AirVandalGold access is available at the Coeur d'Alene Harbor Center, Post Falls Research Park and in the classrooms at Molstead Library for faculty, staff and students. Contact the Moscow Help Desk at 208-885-4357 for help in gaining access.
Wireless AirVandalGuest access is also available for guests at the Coeur d'Alene Harbor Center and the Post Falls Research Park. Inquire at the front desk at each facility for the password.
If you are concurrently enrolled at North Idaho College (NIC) and the University of Idaho and want to receive financial aid through U of I, you must go to the Financial Aid Office at NIC and complete a Concurrent Enrollment Form with them 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 that 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 will need to provide U of I with an official copy of your NIC transcripts.
Coeur d'Alene students have many opportunities to access Career Counseling services throughout the year.
One-on-One Career Advising Session Options
Juli Anderson is the on-site representative for Career Services in Coeur d’Alene. You can contact Juli for an appointment via email at email@example.com or by phone at 208-667-2588. Appointments are also available via phone or webcam with counselors in Moscow. If a Coeur d'Alene student wishes to make an appointment with a career counselor in Moscow, contact Career Services at 208-885-6121 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Each semester, the Career Services advising teams at the University of Idaho, Lewis Clark State College and North Idaho College offer career/major related workshops to our Coeur d'Alene students.
Hire a Vandal
Hire a Vandal is UI’s state-of-the-art career management database. As a member of the NACElink Network, UI is pleased to provide students and alumni with a robust system that provides access to thousands of jobs, internships and a range of other services including campus interviewing and resume referrals. Use it today.
Access to CIS (Career Information System)
Gives job descriptions, wages, employment outlook, tips & training requirements for 95 percent of the occupations in the U.S. with Idaho specific information. Also contains information on owning your own business, colleges and financial aid.
To access CIS online, contact email@example.com or call 208-667-2588 to establish your own account. If you’d like to discuss your CIS results with a career adviser, please contact the NIC Career Center at 208-769-3297 or firstname.lastname@example.org
North Idaho College Career Services
The NIC Career Services office (located on the NIC campus, Student Union Building, second floor) offers the following services to UI students:
- IDEAS and Micro-Skills inventories to find out more about your interests, skills and various occupations that might be a good fit for you!
- Exploration and information: libraries, Career Information Systems (CIS), scholarship information, college catalogs, programs of study and careers and much more.
- Job Search assistance: resumes, interview skills, company information, current job openings, etc...
For more information on NIC Career Services, visit www.nic.edu/career or call 208-769-3297.
Free counseling services are available to you as a student benefit. All students who are enrolled in four or more University of Idaho credits are eligible for individual or relationship therapy with significant others in the fall, spring and summer semesters.
Please contact the Counseling & Testing Center at 208-885-6716 for referral to a Coeur d’Alene counselor.
For immediate mental health services, contact the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare at 208-769-1406. They offer services for adults, children and families who are in need of mental health treatment. People will not be denied services based on inability to pay. A discounted sliding fee schedule is available based on family size and incomes.
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 email@example.com
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 have formal student housing. See the links below for local chamber of commerce business directories:
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.
Students who are certified teachers or licensed school personnel also have access to the Regional Special Education Library. For more information, you can contact them at 208-292-2528.
Current University of Idaho 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. For more details, visit the NIC Campus Recreation website.
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. Call 208-885-7668 or email firstname.lastname@example.org (Cannot guarantee confidentiality through email — useful for setting appointments)
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 UI. View the complete list, including North Idaho College.
A VandalCard is your Student ID card. This card acts as a library card and is good for all types of discounts and services around town.
To get a VandalCard, you need to have your photo taken and show an official state-issued ID or driver's license. Please visit 1031 N. Academic Way in Coeur d'Alene during our regular office hours and we can order one for you. It usually takes three to four days to get your card from Moscow.
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.
The NIC Writing Center provides University of Idaho Coeur d'Alene students with one-on-one appointments with helpful writing consultants.
The primary goal of the Writing Center is to help students become better writers, not just immediately to compose better papers. Writing Center consultants will help students become better editors of their own work so that they can draft clear, well-written papers, but consultants will not write, revise or edit papers for students.
Consultants can assist students better if students bring a draft of their work to the Writing Center at least a week before the assignment is due.
Walk-in's are welcome, provided a consultant is available.
- Lee Hall Annex 101 (behind Lee Kildow Hall, toward the Children's Center)