Academic Year 2020-2021
|Type||Estimated Cost Per Credit||Estimated Cost Per Semester|
|In-District Idaho Residents||$139 per credit||$1,668**|
|Out-of-District Idaho Residents
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|$139 per credit plus $50 per credit up to $500 per semester||$2,168**|
|Out-of-State and International Students
(More about Out-of-State)
|$306 per credit||$3,672**|
|Dual Credit High School Students||$75 per credit||$900 per semester**|
|Tech Prep High School Students||$10 per credit||$120 per semester**|
|Adult Education and GED Preparation||FREE||FREE|
|Workforce Development||Fees Vary*||Fees Vary*|
|Seniors (Age 60 and over)||50% of Tuition based on applicable residency status||50% of Tuition based on applicable residency status|
|Books and Supplies||Fees Vary||$769**|
|Special Course Fees (subject to change)||Fees Vary***||Fees Vary***|
*Class fees vary for non-credit programs. Class offerings, dates, times, and fees can be found on the Workforce Development page.
**Estimated costs for a full-time student (12 credits).
***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.
Tuition for a full-time CWI student averages half the cost of a state university and a third of the cost of a private college. You may find significant tuition savings by completing an associate degree with us, then transferring to a four-year college or university to complete your bachelor’s degree. Financial Aid and scholarship opportunities are also available to eligible students.
Visit Transferring from CWI for more information on articulation agreements with partnering institutions.
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