2015-2016_ ___________________________________________________________ EASTERN IDAHO TECHNICAL COLLEGE
The Eastern Idaho Technical College Foundation represents
a diverse group of individuals who dedicate their time and
resources in service of EITC. The EITC Foundation raises funds
for facility improvements, scholarships, educational programs
and community outreach.
This group of staff and volunteers invest in changing the lives
of those attending the College. Dedicated, hardworking and
passionate; the EITC Foundation strives to invest in people, in
partnerships and in our local community.
The Great Race for Education is currently the largest annual
fund-raiser hosted by the EITC Foundation. A large-scale
scavenger hunt, teams of four compete in challenges to finish
first in a spectacular competition that is unlike any event in
Idaho Falls! The Great Race is held each year on the third Friday
of July and helps the EITC Foundation raise thousands of dollars
We encourage all students and potential students to apply for
scholarships through the Foundation. The Foundation is located
in room 335 of the John E. Christofferson Building and can be
found online at
. The Foundation can be
reached by phone at (208) 535-5398 or (208) 535-5407. You can
also find EITCF on the web
and also on
Facebook EITC Foundation.
Alexander Creek Building, room 551
Phone: (208) 535-5312
HOURS (Fall and Spring Semesters):
Monday thru Thursday 7:30 am - 9 pm
Friday 7:30 am - 4:30 pm
Saturday 10 am - 2 pm
Closed Sundays and all College recognized holidays.
Please call to verify hours outside of Fall and Spring
Suzy Ricks - Librarian
Jan McCullough - Assistant Librarian
Marti Archer - Library Assistant
Michael Cole - Library Assistant
The EITC’s Richard and Lila J. Jordan Library provides books,
periodicals, audio-visuals, and online resources designed to
support the College’s academic program and courses. The library
includes group study space, a computer lab, the College
archives, and the Foundation Conference Room.
The core book collection of over 20,000 volumes and
subscriptions to 120 periodicals is supplemented by connections
to numerous electronic resources that offer access to both current
and archival materials.
Fast, free interlibrary loan is also available.
The library is open 71 hours per week during the Fall and Spring
semesters, and librarians are available for reference assistance
and instruction in the use of information resources.