CWI News & Blogs
CWI will be participating in several legislative activities in January and February.
April VanDeGrift is the subject of a blog recently shared by the Boise City Department of Arts & History.
CWI will be closed in observance of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. The closure will include all campus buildings, offices, and services.
CWI recently helped 34 students from Caldwell High School collectively earn 464 credits through College-Level Examination Program testing.
As 2016 draws to a close, it gives us a chance to pause, reflect, and give thanks for another tremendous year here at CWI. As we look forward to a new year I am encouraged by all of the wonderful opportunities, both rewarding and challenging, that we will encounter.
On Dec. 9, the Consul of Mexico presented CWI with a $10,000 contribution that will help support scholarships for Hispanic students.
Megan Carter, with CWI’s Student Services team, has been named Staff of the Month for December.
On Dec. 14, students from CWI’s Criminal Justice Club and Law Enforcement program wrapped and delivered presents to a local family.
The College's buildings and services will be closed Dec. 23-26 and Jan. 2.
College of Western Idaho (CWI) students can get help completing registration for the Spring 2017 semester this Friday (Dec. 16) with a pair of registration events in Nampa. The registration sessions will be held in room 126 of the Nampa Campus Aspen Classroom Building from 1:30-3:00 p.m. and 3:...
Martha Timberlake was selected for the monthly award in December.
Students enrolled in Flex Lab science classes have the ability to change their scheduled lab time online, to a later time or a different day entirely.
A Monarch butterfly—raised at College of Western Idaho from a caterpillar—is making history in the Pacific Northwest scientific community.
CWI has named Patrick Tanner its Assistant Vice President of Enrollment and Student Services.
Michelle Fellows has been selected as CWI’s Faculty of Distinction for November.
CWI students collected eight bags of assorted cans and boxes of food, and purchased 20 bags of potatoes and 10 bags of carrots to donate.
On Nov. 21, 2016, Idaho Governor Butch Otter declared November as Career Development Month with a proclamation and signing.
INL expressed interest in recruiting CWI students because its Information Security and Digital Forensics program has built a stellar reputation.