Dual Credit

CWI Dual Credit Program

Dual Credit Upcoming Events and Dates

August 19 –  Online/On campus: fall registration ends

August 19 - Online/On campus: payment deadline

September 2 - Online/on campus: last day to drop classes

September 23 – High school: registration deadline

October 21 – High school: last day to drop

November 11 – Online/on campus: last day to Withdraw ("W" issued)

November 18 – High school: last day to Withdraw ("W" will be issued)

November 21 - Online/On campus: Spring 2017 Registration begins

December 16 – High school: payment deadline

Dual Credit

Dual Credit programs are a collaborative partnership between Idaho’s colleges/universities and high schools to deliver college-level courses to high school students. Dual Credit programs give these students the opportunity to receive both high school and college credits for pre-approved courses. Students who register for Dual Credit courses receive a letter grade based on work completed during the duration of the class which will be reflected on a college transcript. Credits are transferable to Idaho colleges and universities, and many other institutions outside the state.

College of Western Idaho (CWI’s) Dual Credit focus is to provide high school students with classes that meet the general education requirements for students enrolling in academic, degree-seeking programs including the General Education Academic Certificate.  Students earn 36 credits that transfer to any public college or university in Idaho.  CWI provides the opportunity for students to enroll in classes offered at any of our campus locations, as well as online or distance education classes. 

In addition to Dual Credit students may also receive Technical Competency Credit (TCC) at CWI. TCC is designed by high school and college instructors working together to provide a coordinated sequence of instruction. Students are able to receive college credit through articulation agreements between high schools and CWI technical programs.

TCC programs include, but are not limited to; Automotive, Information Technology, Welding, Diesel Technology, Dental Assisting, just to name a few. To find out which programs at your school are Technical Competency Credit contact your high school instructor.

Dual Credit News and Blogs

CWI Graduate/Dual Credit Student Katie Kelly

Katie Kelly is leaps and bounds ahead of her peers thanks to CWI’s Dual Credit program.

Students from Caldwell High School collectively earned 728 college credits through CLEP testing.

CWI was highlighted by College Board, which is the not-for-profit organization that oversees the CLEP.

Thanks to collaboration, more than 50 Caldwell High School students got a jump start on their college education.

Students from Thomas Jefferson Charter School are in the second round of a nation-wide competition thanks to a CWI Dual Credit class project.

The students from Vallivue earned 760 college credits that can be applied to CWI or any other college or university that recognizes CLEP.

The CWI Dual Credit office will host its second annual Meet the College Night on March 17 from 5-8 p.m.


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Physical: 6042 Birch Lane, Nampa, ID 83687 NCMP Room 212    
Mailing: CWI Dual Credit MS 1300 PO Box 3010 Nampa, ID 83653

For information regarding dual credit courses offered at your high school, please contact your high school counselor or the CWI Dual Credit Director.