Idaho State University was founded in 1901.
250 Programs ranging from certificates to Doctorates
The Office for Research at Idaho State University fosters and maintains mutually beneficial relationships with federal, state, and corporate sponsors. We provide high quality and timely service to our faculty and staff while maintaining a balance between the interests of ISU, the State of Idaho, and the interests of industry for the public good.
Serving both alumni and students, ISU's Career Center provides career development, employment connections and education. Through initiatives like the Career Path Internship program, we give students the hands-on experience and confidence necessary to begin their careers. We also offer students and alumni assistance with resume building, interview skills and all things "career."
Mission Statement: committed to providing effective student participation and representation in all areas of student life, that we may participate in the improvement of educational programs, co-curricular activities, and services, and advance the common interests and concerns of the student body.
Residence Halls provide housing for traditional-age students. The halls are best-suited for freshmen and sophomores at ISU.
Apartments are best suited for upper-classmen and non-traditional students. You must be in your second year of college, or over age 19, to be eligible for an apartment.
Wi-Fi is accessible with a valid ISU computer account in every building.
We are Idaho State University’s Student Health Center conveniently located on campus for students and staff. We cover a variety of medical services for students on and off campus. Our services cover from flu shots to check-ups to urgent care and beyond. The Idaho State Health Center offers advanced or same day appointments!
The Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities (NWCCU) is ISU’s regional accreditor.