Idaho State University
Idaho State University was founded in 1901. It is a Carnegie classified doctoral research and teaching institution that attracts students from around the world to its Idaho campuses. The University is the state's designated lead institution in health professions. It is a public research based institution that advances scholarly and creative endeavours through academic instruction, and the creation of new knowledge, research, and artistic works.
The University delivers high quality academic programs at all levels, technical certificates, undergraduate, graduate, and professional degrees and postgraduate professional training. It has more than 250 programs of study ranging from certificates to doctorates. Idaho State University provides leadership in the health professions, biomedical, and pharmaceutical sciences, as well as serving the region and the nation through its environmental science and energy programs. It provides access to its regional and rural communities through delivery of preeminent technical, undergraduate, graduate, professional, and interdisciplinary education. The University fosters a culture of diversity, and engages and impacts its communities through partnerships and services. It provides diverse pathways to retention and graduation through educational preparation, academic and co-curricular opportunities, and extensive student support services.
At the main campus in Pocatello, and at locations in Meridian, Idaho Falls and Twin Falls, the university offers access to high quality education in various programs. It provides many academic services and resources to help students become successful.
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