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Idaho State University Video Review

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Idaho State University is located in Pocatello, Idaho approximately 230 miles southeast of Boise. The most popular majors are nursing, secondary education, elementary education, social work, audiology and speech pathology. Idaho State University offers certificates in addition to associates, bachelors, masters and doctoral degree programs.

Idaho State University, which is located in the urban community of Pocatello, has a main campus set in the mountains of southeast Idaho. ISU serves students in eight additional locations throughout the state.

ISU offers certificates as well as associate's, bachelor's, master's and doctorate degrees through its seven colleges. The university enrolls a large number of older, non-traditional students who live and work off-campus. A full 87 percent of graduates enter the job market in a field related to their major within two years of graduation.

The most popular major at ISU is nursing, which includes R.N. through M.S.N. training. Other popular majors include secondary education, elementary education, social work, audiology and speech-language pathology. Class sizes are generally small; 65 percent of classes are held with less than 20 students.

Students can also participate in almost 150 registered campus organizations, including six fraternities and sororities, a student-run newspaper and television station, a host of student activities, various honor societies, and religious, minority and international student organizations.

Students who want to attend ISU will face a 'selective' admission process with an 80 percent acceptance rate. Students who are admitted to Idaho State typically graduate in the top 50 percent of their high schools classes, have grade point averages of 3.3 and ACT test scores between 18 and 24.

-statistics compiled by U.S. News and World Report in its annual list 'America's Best Colleges.'

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