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Costs to Attend CWI
ACADEMIC AND CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION COSTS:
2022-2023 Academic Year
Student tuition and fees at College of Western Idaho have not increased from $139 in six years. This cost to students is on average less than half of Idaho public 4-year institutions.
In-District Idaho Resident: $139 / credit hour
Out-of-District Idaho Resident: $139 / credit hour plus $50 per credit, up to $500 per semester
Non-Resident / International: $306 / credit hour
Idaho Dual Credit High School Students: $75 / credit hour
Learn about the Idaho Opportunity Scholarships for Idaho high school students taking dual credits.
For more information on residency status, and out-of-district costs, visit the Residency page.
Totals calculated for a full-time student, 12 credits per semester, attending two semesters.
|Fees*||Fees Vary||Fees Vary||Fees Vary|
|Books & Supplies (est.)||$1,548||$1,548||$1,548|
Seniors, age 60 and over, qualify for 50% of tuition based on applicable residency status.
Transportation and living expenses will vary depending on circumstances.
*Fees are subject to change without notice. Some courses have special course fees in addition to the above costs to pay for special equipment, labs, and materials.
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Additional Resources: Ways to Pay - Tuition and Fees Due Dates - Academic Calendar - Special Course Fees - Residency - Transferring From CWI
WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT COSTS:
Costs for CWI Workforce Development classes vary based on content and delivery. View more information about classes, dates, and cost information in the CWI Workforce Development section.
ADULT EDUCATION AND GED PREPARATION:
Costs for Adult Education classes at CWI are grant-funded and are FREE for those in need of the offered services. Adult Education Programs
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