This form is used to exercise your right of appeal. You may appeal a grade that you feel is unfair through the grade appeal process. The process is focused on fairness and "due process" for students and faculty. There are specific guidelines and procedures that must be followed in each grade appeal. Please carefully read and follow the directions in this form. When complete, submit this form and all required materials to One Stop Student Services.
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 by non-Micron employees who wish to take general education CWI courses offered at the Micron site. By completing this form, you authorize Micron to conduct a background check. You also agree to comply with the dress code and conduct requirements specified on the form while on the Micron site. After the form is submitted to and approved by Micron, you will be eligible to register for CWI courses taught at Micron. THIS FORM IS NOT A CWI FORM AND MUST BE FAXED TO THE MICRON REPRESENTATIVE LISTED ON THE FORM.
This form is used to authorize the College of Western Idaho to release your specified student information to individuals you designate. This form DOES NOT ALLOW someone other than you to act on your behalf (i.e. add/drop courses); it only allows access to records.
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.
This form is used to request self-advised status. If your request is approved, you will not be required to meet with a faculty advisor prior to registration each semester. It is still recommended that you meet with an advisor the semester prior to graduation to confirm your eligibility to graduate.