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Congratulations to this elite group of students recognized for their commitment to learning, perseverance, innovative thinking, leadership, and professionalism.

Monday, Dec. 6, is the beginning of “Crunch Week” at College of Western Idaho, otherwise known as the week before finals! The Student Affairs team has organized a week full of events designed to help students, faculty, and staff relax, have some fun, and celebrate the end of another...

Through Bank of America’s generous $70,000 investment, CWI can provide greater access to critical healthcare workforce training to students.

Thank you to the Caldwell Fire Department for their support and dedication to the CWI Fire Service Technology program and its students.

As CWI prepares to wrap up fall semester, we look forward to continuing to serve students this spring.

Congratulations to Cybersecurity instructor, Troy Taylor, College of Western Idaho’s Faculty of Distinction for October 2021.

It didn’t take long for College of Western Idaho occupational therapy assistant students to take what they are learning in the classroom and apply it to real-world situations.

CWI's Occupational Therapy Assistant program is collaborating with the Treasure Valley Institute of Children’s Arts (TRICA), to provide an adaptive dance camp for children.

The McNair Scholars Program is dedicated to helping students from disadvantaged backgrounds prepare for doctoral studies and pursue lifelong success.

Occupational Therapy Assistant students kick off the semester with a meaningful, hands-on learning activity.

Kassandra Townsend, a current College of Western Idaho student, has had some amazing opportunities materialize as she prepares to graduate.

This semester, students from the College of Western Idaho (CWI) are exploring what it takes to be a STEM teacher. These students are enrolled in IDoTeach courses here at CWI which are designed to encourage Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math majors to consider careers in teaching. Thanks...

CWI student, Kaw Paw, who came to America from a Thailand refugee camp, is pursuing an education to help herself, her family, and others.

“It is never too late to say YES, chase your dreams, and begin your journey of self‐fulfillment. Because of CWI, I am a college graduate."

CWI student, wife, and mother, Tehani Schnupp, hopes in sharing her story she can inspire others to make their next move.

Vaccine hesitancy in Idaho, and the United States, is greater than in almost any other state or developed nation, respectively. Why is this?

CWI's science legacy was on spectacular display at the Idaho Conference on Undergraduate Research hosted by Boise State.

The Southwestern Bridges to Baccalaureate program (SWID B2B) is entering the fifth and final year of NIH support for our students.

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