Types of Transportation Available to Campus
Free bus service available within town. Closest airport is 10 miles from campus, Pullman-Moscow Airport (PUW), Pullman, Washington. More extensive service available at Spokane International (GEG), 90 miles from campus. Northwest Trailways and Greyhound provide bus service to major cities in the Inland Northwest.
Driving Instructions to Campus
On US Highway 95, 85 miles south of Coeur d'Alene Idaho and 300 miles north of Boise Idaho. Directions to the University of Idaho, By car: From Spokane: 1.Take Hwy 195 South to Pullman 2.Turn left at signs to Pullman, and then right on Davis Way (Hwy 270) 3.Follow Davis Way until it intersects with N Grand Ave in downtown Pullman 4.Turn right on N. Grand Ave and get into the left lane 5.Turn left at the second stop light, following signs to Moscow 6.At the first stop light in Moscow, the highway changes from 270 to Hwy 8 7.Move to far right lane, and turn right at the second stop light on Perimeter Drive (the University Inn hotel is to the left before you turn) 8.Follow Perimeter drive and the signs to the Kibbie Dome From Coeur d' Alene 1.Take Hwy 95 South to Moscow 2.At Sixth Street turn right 3.Drive West until you come to Perimeter Drive 4.Turn Left on Perimeter Drive 5.Follow Perimeter drive and signs to the Kibbie Dome From the Boise/Southern Idaho 1.Proceed north on US 95 into Moscow 2.Turn left onto Sixth Street 3.Drive West until you come to Perimeter Drive 4.Turn Left on Perimeter Drive 5.Follow Perimeter drive and signs to the Kibbie Dome From Seattle/Tacoma: 1.Travel east on Interstate 90 over Snoqualmie Pass to Vantage Cross the bridge over the Columbia River and take exit #137 to Hwy 26 2.Take Hwy 26 to Colfax 3.At Colfax, turn right onto Main St (Hwy 195) 4.Continue on Hwy 195 to Pullman 5.Turn left at signs to Pullman, and then right on Davis Way (Hwy 270) 6.Follow Davis Way until it intersects with N. Grand Ave in downtown Pullman 7.Turn right on N. Grand Ave and get into the left lane 8.Turn left at the second stop light, following signs to Moscow 9.At Moscow the highway changes from 270 to Hwy 8 10.Move to far right lane and turn right at the second stop light on Perimeter Drive (University Inn hotel is to the left before you turn)Follow Perimeter drive and the signs to the Kibbie Dome
Several motels withing walking distance, others within easy driving distance. Prices start at $63.00 and up. For more information,contact New Student Services at 208-885-6163, or visit the following website: http://business.moscowchamber.com/list/mc/183-182-184 or http://www.pullmanchamber.com/visit-pullman/where-to-stay/
First-year students will be entering the UI immediately following graduation from high school even though they may have completed university or community college courses.
Initial admission decisions are based on a correlation between cumulative, unweighted, accredited high school GPA and the highest ACT or SAT scores as approximated in our GPA, ACT, and SAT correlation chart.
Applicants who meet the initial admission index will be asked to submit four short compositions (one to two double-spaced paragraphs) which describe significant learning experiences and perspectives. If you do not receive the emailed composition topics after checking your “spam” folder and verifying your email address, contact email@example.com. Your application is not considered complete until the UHP has received your initial application and your four short compositions.
If you do not meet initial admission requirements from the GPA, SAT and ACT correlation chart, we still encourage you to complete the application process. After you receive the emailed composition topics, submit the following supplemental information electronically to firstname.lastname@example.org:
- Four brief compositions
- Two letters of recommendation from teachers who can evaluate your academic potential
- List of your high school activities and accomplishments
- Paragraph describing why you would like to be a member of the Honors Program. Include information on honors or advanced courses taken in high school, and any specific circumstances you would like for us to consider in our admission decision
If you are home-schooled or from a non-accredited high school, we may ask you to provide letters of recommendation from two teachers to supplement your application.