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Scholarships

There are several questions on the online scholarship application that refer to PTE programs. I am enrolled in an Associate of Science (AS) or Associates of Arts (AA) degree. Do I still qualify for scholarships?

Yes. There are scholarships available for students enrolled in AA and AS degrees. Please select the program you are enrolled in and you will be considered for those scholarships.

What if I do not know my enrollment plans?

Please make your best assessment of your enrollment plans. Some scholarships have enrollment requirements. If you do not meet enrollment requirements at the time the scholarship is disbursed to your account your scholarship will either be adjusted or denied. Enrollment requirements are listed when you apply for the scholarship. All scholarships have a minimum enrollment requirement of 6 credits.

What if my student ID is not 7 numbers?

If your student ID is less than 7 numbers please add zeros (0) at the beginning of your ID. For example, if your student ID is 12345 please input 0012345 as your student ID in the CWI online scholarship application.

What is my grade status?

Grade status is based on the number of college or university credits completed.

  • High school seniors or recent graduates should select 'high school'
  • Freshman have completed 0-24 credits
  • Sophomores have completed 25-64 credits
What types of classes may I take using my scholarship?

It depends on the scholarship that was awarded to you. Each scholarship lists the criteria to be eligible and if you do not meet the eligibility after the award was sent to you, the award may be pulled back. 

Which e-mail address should I provide on the online application?

Please use a valid email address that you monitor regularly. Scholarship notifications will be sent to the email address you provide and you are responsible for the timely response to requests sent to the address you provide.

Which email address should I provide on the online application?

Please use a valid email address that you monitor regularly. Scholarship notifications will be sent to the email address you provide and you are responsible for the timely response to requests sent to the address you provide.

Defensive Driving

Do I need any special computer system requirements or downloads to take the course?

There are NO special system requirements or downloads necessary to take this on-line course.

Do I need to use the same computer to complete the course?

No. You can log-in, re-enter, and take the course using any computer with any type of Internet connection.

How do I know if I am eligible to take this course?

The Idaho Transportation has reviewed and approved this Online Course. If you are taking this course voluntarily for point reduction or the court requires you to take a Defensive Driving Course, you are eligible. Your court may or may not accept the certificate of completion. It is your responsibility to determine if your court accepts on-line defensive driving courses.

How long do I have to complete the course?

You can complete the course at your own pace logging on and off as many times as necessary to complete the course.

How much does this course cost and how do I pay for it?

The cost of the course is $40. You will pay this fee once you have passed the Final Exam in order to receive your Certificate of Completion. A money order is our preferred method of payment. Cash will be accepted. No personal checks or credit cards please.

If I am already registered and have exited after completing only some of the sessions, how do I re-enter the course?

Simply go to our Sign Up page and in the "Re-Enter the Course" section on the left, enter your First Name, Last Name, and Birthday (mm/dd/yy) just as you did when you registered for the course. Then hit the "login!" button to resume the course. Don't worry, our student progress monitoring feature will allow to pick up exactly where you left off.

What happens if I fail the final exam?

You may review and retake the course on-line for FREE until you pass.

What is the Defensive Driving course for?

You are taking this course voluntarily to receive a three (3)-point reduction on your Idaho Driver's License record.
The Idaho Transportation Department Division of Motor Vehicles allows you to take this course for a 3-point credit once every three (3) years. You may need to take it to satisfy a court order.

Your employer requires you to attend a Defensive Driving Course.

Students who satisfactorily complete this 6-hour course may now also get insurance premium reductions. Individuals should contact their insurance companies to determine whether or not they offer this discount.

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