When you visit New Saint Andrews College in Moscow, Idaho, we connect with you personally. Whenever you visit, we will design the experience you want. We can recommend college classes, restaurants, lodging, and even the people to connect with so that your trip is everything you need it to be. You can explore also our vibrant downtown and see the beautiful geography of the Palouse where our college is located, which The Wall Street Journal is calling the “Tuscany of America.”
We recommend visiting during our Prospective Student Weekends or First Friday weekends to get the fullest experience of student life and culture.
Prospective Student Weekends are when we recommend to visit—these four weekends are centered around college events, conferences, and special classes. During Prospective Weekends, you get the full experience of life and culture of New Saint Andrews College.
First Fridays occur on the first friday of every month. These weekends often have special events and speakers.
These are times when classes are out of session and most of the school is on break. Try not to arrange your visit during these dates.
Called Conference is a summer worldview camp for high school students. They learn to engage the culture and advance the kingdom from special guest speakers and New Saint Andrews faculty. You can learn more at the Called Conference website.
We recommend guests fly into Pullman (PUW, 10 miles away) or Spokane (GEG, 90 miles away), both located in Washington state; both airports have shuttles to Moscow. Flying into Lewiston (LWS, 40 miles away) in Idaho is also a good option with shuttles to Moscow.
We recommend the Best Western Plus University Inn and the Farefield Inn (15 minute walk), where you can get a discount if you mention “New Saint Andrews College.” We also recommend the Monarch Motel, which is on the same block as the college.
The Moscow-Pullman area is a small but lively community with as many college students—at the University of Idaho and nearby Washington State University—as there are year-round residents. Couple that with many large Christian churches in the area and you have the makings for lively debates and a diversity of opinions. It’s a great place to gain a classical Christian liberal arts education and to practice engaging, shaping and creating culture.
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