Student Resource & Involvement Fair

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Stay connected to be successful!

Discover all the resources available to help you navigate this semester with ease. The Resource and Involvement Fair is available in-person and virtual. 

Come join us in-person:

Sept. 8, 2021, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Nampa Campus Academic Building lawn
Sept. 9, 2021, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Ada County Campus Pintail Center parking lot

Virtually visit the Resource and Involvement Fair on Blackboard in the myCommons to connect with different CWI departments and resources throughout the Treasure Valley. See videos and information about the many supports and opportunities available to you both on and off campus, including:

  • Academic advising, tutoring, disability accommodations, free mental health counseling, veteran, and Latinx services 
  • Student clubs, organizations, events, and opportunities to get engaged with other students
  • No-cost or low-cost community resources to assist with medical needs, childcare, housing, etc.

Admission Ticket to Visit the Virtual Resource Fair

Resource Fair Topics

  • Discover the Essentials
  • Find the Support You Need
  • Build a Safety Net
  • Get Involved and Connected
  • Take Action

View the Resource & Involvement Fair on Blackboard

How’s Your Safety Net? 

What’s a safety net and why do you need one? A safety net is something you put into place to protect yourself from hardship and poverty.  

Your Safety Net consists of 5 different parts: housing, transportation, food security, healthcare and wellness, and childcare. 
When a part of your Safety Net falls out of place, life can become difficult, threatening your ability to maintain a job, go to school, and more. Is your Safety Net in place? 

Take a look at the Safety Net online learning badge in Blackboard to get tips on: 

  • how to build and maintain your safety net 
  • how to access free local support resources  
  • how to keep yourself and your family safe 

Access all of the Counseling Services badges, including the Safety Net badge. 

Thank you to our Treasure Valley community partners:

Nampa Family Justice Center, Idaho Family Medicine Residency, the Women’s and Children’s Alliance, Your Health Idaho, WICAP, St Vincent de Paul, and many others.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • How do I access Blackboard?

    1. Go to
    2. You’ll be presented with a screen that asks for your Username and Password.
    3.Your username and password will be the same as what you use to access your MyCWI account and your student email account. For your username; enter your first and last name in all lowercase letters with no spaces. For your password, enter the same password that you set for your MyCWI and email accounts.

    Additional Blackboard Information:
    1. Blackboard is tied with your Windows logon. If you change your password in Windows on a campus computer, your Blackboard password will change to match that password.
    2. If you make 3 unsuccessful attempts to logon to Blackboard, your account will become locked for 30 minutes. It will automatically unlock after that 30 minutes.
    3. If you accidentally close your browser window or your browser crashes during a test, the test will become locked and you will need to contact your instructor to have it re-opened for you. Your answers may or may not be saved.

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Need More Info?

Assistant Director, Student Engagement