Use this form to request federal direct student loan funding in addition to the loan amounts offered in your initial 2013-14 financial aid award notification. CWI encourages you to consider borrowing carefully and avoid student loan debt whenever possible.
This form is intended for students who have received a notification of financial aid suspension. Students who have not met the Satisfactory Academic Progress Standards can appeal to a committee to restore financial aid eligibility for future semesters. Please note: If you have been placed on academic suspension, see the Academic Suspension Information in the Registration and Records section.
IMPORTANT: Submitting an appeal does NOT guarantee that your appeal will be approved and your financial aid eligibility will be reinstated.
This form is used to exercise your right of appeal to academic policies, requirements, student account charges, etc. Please carefully read and follow the directions in the information section of this form. When complete, submit form and all required materials to One Stop Student Services. This is NOT the appropriate form for appeals related to Financial Aid and Satisfactory Academic Progress.
These documents are used in the event that you are placed on Academic Suspension. Please download each form and contact One Stop Student Services to set up an appointment to meet with an Enrollment Specialist. Please note: if you have been placed on financial aid suspension, see the Financial Aid Suspension Appeal in the Financial Aid section.
This form is used to change your declared major, catalog year and/or program advisor. Any of these changes may affect financial aid benefits, enrollment status, degree requirements, degree planning needs, graduation timeline, and other college-related business.
This form is used if you have earned a Bachelor’s degree from another institution and have taken courses there that will count as prerequisites for your current degree, program, or a specific course at CWI. NOTE: You must be admitted as a degree-seeking student to use this form.
Use this form to request Challenge Credit. A course may be challenged with the permission of the instructional dean, department chairperson, and instructor by passing a comprehensive test for that course with a ‘C’ grade or better. You will be assessed 20% of the Idaho Resident Tuition for each credit acquired by either of these methods in addition to testing fees and any other tuition and fees.