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Visit the Moscow campus and see all that the University of Idaho has to offer!

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The beautiful campus is located in Moscow, Idaho, near the Idaho/Washington border. Getting here is easy:

  • By car – The University of Idaho is located on the Washington and Idaho border: University of Idaho Main Campus 709 S. Deakin St. Moscow, ID 11111
  • By air – Area airports include ,  and . Cars can be rented at each of these airports.
  • By bus –  provides bus service to Moscow.

Make hotel reservations for your family for the start of school. Accommodations fill up fast!

In addition to your personal and room items, be sure to bring your own office and school supplies. If you don’t have a computer, remember all students have free access to the 15+ computer labs on campus.

Pets (except fish) are not allowed in the residence halls. Halogen lamps and cooking equipment, other than microwaves (limited to 800 watts), also are not allowed in the residence halls. Microwave/refrigerator combination units are provided in all residence hall rooms.

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Registration Open for U of I Kids’ Summer Drama Camp

Posted Thu, 16 May 2019 10:37:00 -0700

MOSCOW, Idaho — May 16, 2019 — Registration is open for the University of Idaho Department of Theatre Arts’ three-week summer drama camp. The camp is for kids ages 7-16 and takes place from noon to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday, July 15 through Aug. 2. Participants will learn about acting and movement as well as work with sets, props and costumes, all while learning about language arts with a focus on William Shakespeare. The camp will culminate in a free public performance of “The Tempest” on Saturday, Aug. 3, on the U of I campus. Read more

U of I Study Finds Scientific Reproducibility Does Not Equate to Scientific Truth

Posted Wed, 15 May 2019 11:28:00 -0700

MOSCOW, Idaho — May 15, 2019 — Reproducible scientific results are not always true and true scientific results are not always reproducible, according to a mathematical model produced by University of Idaho researchers. Their study, which simulates the search for that scientific truth, was published today, May 15, in the journal PLOS ONE. Independent confirmation of scientific results — known as reproducibility — lends credibility to a researcher’s conclusion. But researchers have found the results of many well-known science experiments cannot be reproduced, an issue referred to as a “replication crisis.” Read more

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