About Idaho State University
Idaho State University functions to provide both general education and specialized programs in the arts, humanities, sciences, the professions, and technologies. The University engages in research consistent with its state and regional public service mission and its undergraduate and graduate programs. Through its programs in pharmacy and health-related professions, the University is the center for Idaho education in the health professions. Its programs in education, business, and engineering respond to a variety of current and emerging demands within the state and region. It serves as a national center for the Doctor of Arts degree programs. The University also has responsibility for Idaho’s dental education program. Its programs in vocational-technical education support economic development.
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921 S. 8th Avenue
Pocatello, ID 83209-8062
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