North Idaho College (NIC) is a community college in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, United States. With an enrollment exceeding 6,000, it is situated at the north end of Lake Coeur d'Alene, at the east bank of the outflowing Spokane River.
The school was established during the Great Depression in 1933 as "Coeur d'Alene Junior College," with classes held at city hall. It moved to its present campus in 1939, at the site of old Fort Sherman (1878–1900), and the name was changed to "North Idaho Junior College;" the present name came in 1971.
North Idaho College offers Associate's degrees, including transfer degrees and the Associate of Applied Science degree.