College of Western Idaho (CWI) accepts personal checks, cashier’s checks, traveler's checks, money orders, credit cards and cash. All check payments must be issued in U.S. dollars, and drawn on, or payable through, a U.S. bank. Refunds on check payments, including traveler's checks, will not be issued earlier than 15 business days after payment is received.
Payment in Full
Online – using myCWI. Under MyToolkit select Student Account Information>View Account and Make Payments. College of Western Idaho accepts Master Card, Visa, and Discover.
By mail – Make your check payable to: College of Western Idaho. Write your student identification number on the bottom left of the check, and mail it to: College of Western Idaho, One Stop Student Services, MS 3000, P.O. Box 3010, Nampa, ID 83653
In-person – You may pay by card payment or in cash (in U.S. Dollars only) at any One Stop Student Services location during normal business hours. College of Western Idaho accepts Master Card, Visa, and Discover.
The Tuition and Fee payment plan is designed to spread all or part of your tuition and fees for each semester into smaller installments. Read more »
Financial aid is available to help with college costs, including tuition and books. Read more »
The CWI Foundation, State of Idaho, and other donors provide scholarships to CWI students. Read more »
Veterans may be entitled to assistance with their college expense, and funds may also be available for spouses and dependents. Tuition assistance programs such as Voc Rehab, Go Army, and MyCAA are handled through third party billing. Make sure you follow CWI Veteran Services application guidelines for attending CWI when you apply for benefits. Read more »
Sponsor Billing (Third Party)
Many employers and agencies assist students with college costs. To have your bill paid by a third party, formal billing arrangements must be set up and approved by the College before the term begins. Read more »
Students enrolling in courses at CWI incur a debt to the College upon registration. Payment in full or satisfactory payment arrangements for each semester are due on the payment due date published in the official academic calendar each semester.
Students are responsible to withdraw from classes they do not intend to complete. If you do not withdraw before the 100% refund deadline, you are liable for all charges whether you attended the class or not.
It is also the student’s responsibility to check their CWI email account for important information.
Delinquent account balances will be turned over to a collection agency. Any fees associated with the collection of the debt are the responsibility of the student.
Note: If you owe a prior semester balance, a hold will be placed on your account restricting registration for a future semester. If you are already registered for a future semester, you may be administratively dropped from those classes.