Student Housing Near ICOM

Outdoor attractions coupled with abundant cultural and recreational options, make ICOM’s location ideal for those who want to enjoy the opportunities living in one of the fastest growing cities in the United States. 

The Idaho College of Osteopathic Medicine does not have housing available for students. ICOM has no involvement with students’ rental arrangements, nor does it rate apartments or managers or locations for quality of service or safety. ICOM provides the following information solely as a courtesy to prospective students.

ICOM encourages students to exercise good judgment and to conduct research when evaluating a prospective rental unit and/or landlord/owner. ICOM recommends you familiarize yourself with the Fair Housing Act, which can be found on the Housing and Urban Development website.


Meridian and the surrounding area host a variety of activities, places to see and eat, and recreation for varying interests. Here are just a few of the many things to do in the Treasure Valley.


Public transportation is provided through Valley Regional Transit and consists of multiple fixed-line bus routes. There are single ride, one day, and monthly passes available.

Ada County Highway District provides a commuter network system to coordinate commutes to and from school or work. They have multiple commuting options.

Ada County DMV
400 N. Benjamin Ln #101
Boise, Idaho 83704