Eastern Idaho Tech is an above-average public college located in Idaho Falls, Idaho. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 321 undergraduate students. The Eastern Idaho Tech acceptance rate is 100%. Popular majors include Nursing, Computer Systems Networking and Telecommunications, and Licensed Practical Nurse Training (LPN). Graduating 66% of students, Eastern Idaho Tech alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $24,800.
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Most Popular Majors
Computer Systems Networking and Telecommunications24 Graduates
Licensed Practical Nurse Training (LPN)20 Graduates
Dental Assisting13 Graduates
Medical Assistant13 Graduates
Radiologic Technician13 Graduates
Engineering Technology12 Graduates
Surgical Technologist12 Graduates
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Eastern Idaho Technical College Reviews
Eastern Idaho Technical College has provided me with the opportunity to go to school locally while also being able to afford to pay for my education mostly on my own. The ability to continue to work my full-time job and take classes at the same time was very important for me, and EITC was able to provide that with late afternoon and evening classes. I will be starting their nursing program in the fall and though I will not be able to work full time anymore, I know that I will still be able to afford school due to their reasonable tuition. The professors all want you to succeed and are understanding that you still have a "life" outside of going to school. EITC was recently changed to a community college which means that more opportunities are coming its way. The staff and student body work hard to ensure that all who attend feel important and appreciated.
Eastern Idaho Technical College was an amazing opportunity for me. The school is now in transition for becoming a community college. There are a lot of teachers at this school that I felt close to and helped me so much. There was a lot of opportunity on campus to show leadership. I was class president in my nursing program, health care senator, student body vice president, and student body president. I was able to represent my school at the Idaho state capital as student body president and have lunch with the President Tempore and lieutenant governor. The price of tuition was great, but even better the scholarship program was amazing. I received scholarships every semester, and for several semesters several scholarships and a stipend scholarship every semester I was in the student senate. The classes were not easy, but I believe that most of the teachers have a fair grading policy. There was also a lot of night classes that made working during the week possible.
I transferred to this college and I really enjoy it. I felt like my teachers were helpful and even though some were not my favorite, they still gave me every opportunity to succeed. I also spent alot of time in the math/writing lab,and found it easy to get help. My only issue with the library is that there are no food or drinks allowed, which is understandable, but annoying when i need to have a long study session, and I can't have any snacks.