Forms and Publications

Assessment and Testing

General Information

Supplemental Class Roster is to be used in conjunction with the Test Proctor Request Form. Faculty may submit a Supplemental Class Roster to request testing for multiple students under the same proctoring guidelines in lieu of submitting multiple TPRFs.  For the convenience of faculty, the Roster has been designed in an Excel format. Please make note in Other Instructions, in the tprf_form.pdf if Supplemental Class Roster is attached.  To ensure that Assessment Services administers the test properly, faculty are asked to supply a current Supplemental Class Roster with each submitted TPRF throughout the semester.  Any TPRF Supplemental Form received without the tprf_form.pdf form will not be accepted.

Financial Aid

"How To" Documentation
This document details the steps to take to add CWI's school code to your FAFSA.
 

This document outlines the steps to follow to apply for a Federal Student Aid ID (FSA ID) which is your username and password used to login to US Department of Education websites.

This document describes how to apply for federal financial aid - including the basic steps to complete the Free Application For Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).

This document describes the steps to take to complete entrance counseling and a Master Promissory Note (MPN) online at www.studentloans.gov.

This document describes how to complete student loan exit counseling online at www.studentloans.gov.  Student loan exit counseling is REQUIRED for all student loan borrowers who graduate, transfer, or otherwise drop below half-time (6 credits) enrollment.

This document describes where to find your financial award information, accept, reject, or change awards and view your required documents in myCWI.

This document describes how to order your federal tax transcript(s) from the IRS online or by mail.

This document describes how to transfer your IRS Tax Return data directly into your FAFSA online at www.fafsa.gov.

General Information

Financial Aid Disbursement Schedule

The College of Western Idaho abides by the National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrator’s (NASFAA) federal code of conduct.

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