Residency FAQs

Who pays the Out-of-District fees?

Idaho counties without a community college district may pay the student’s Out-of-District fees.  The Out-of-District counties will pay $50 per credit up to a $500 maximum per semester for a 2 semester year for a full-time student, up to a maximum of $3,000 lifetime liability. ...

When is the deadline to turn in the form to the county?

Students can begin submitting the Certificate of residency/Affidavit form to their county as early as April 13th, 2015, the first day of Fall 2015 registration.  The deadline to submit a Certificate of Residency/Affidavit for the Fall 2015 term is September 15th...

What is the Certificate of Residency/Affidavit Out-of-District process?

The student will fill out the form and send it to his/her county of residence.  Once the county receives the form, they will attempt to verify the student’s residency.  If the county does verify the student’s residency, CWI, as well as the student, will be notified. ...

What does District Residency or Out-of-District mean?

District Residency is not the same as State Residency.  A student can have both In-State Residency and be an Out-of-District Resident.  District residency is based on the county of residence.  The CWI community college district is comprised of Ada County and Canyon County. ...

What can I do if I feel that I should not be an Out-of-District student or if my permanent residence county has changed to an In-District county?

If you feel that you should not be an Out-of-District student, you can submit a Residency Redetermination form with the required documentation to get your residency status changed. 

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