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Residency

This form is used to change your mailing address. Completing this form does not change your residency status.
If this address change affects your residency status (such as moving to a different county or state), you must also complete these two forms:

1) Certificate of Residency/Affidavit, and

2) Residency Redetermination Form.

You must provide Photo ID when submitting this form.

Idaho code 33-2110 requires that the county you resided in for at least 12 consecutive months prior to being admitted pay part of your tuition (except for Jerome, Twin Falls, Kootenai, Ada and Canyon counties). It is your responsibility to prove legal residency by completing the form below. Some counties may require additional information or have you complete additional forms. If the county cannot certify your legal residency, you are responsible for paying the county portion of your tuition.

Idaho Code Section 33-2110 states that a student shall not be deemed a resident for tuition purposes of the community college district, or of the county, or of the state of Idaho unless the student meets the residency requirements set forth in Idaho Code Section 33-2110B. It further states that a student may not become a resident while enrolled in school except in certain instances. If the student can answer yes to any of the following questions and provide necessary documentation proof, they may be considered a resident of the district, county, or state. Proof of residency documents must be provided with the residency redetermination form for valid consideration. Forms should be turned in no later than census date for the semester in which the change is requested. All forms received after census date will be considered for the following semester.
* Note: This is not a substitute for the certificate of residency. Out of district students are required to submit a Certificate of Residency/Affidavit every fall and spring term.

Student Employment

General Information

In order to begin working as a CWI Student Employee, you must document that you are eligible to work in the United States and complete a tax withholding. You must submit your I-9 and W-4 forms along with your work-study Referral Form (signed by your work-study Supervisor) before beginning employment.

In order to begin working as a CWI Student Employee, you must document that you are eligible to work in the United States and complete a tax withholding. You must submit your I-9 and W-4 forms along with your work-study Referral Form (signed by your work-study Supervisor) before beginning employment.

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