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Congratulations to this elite group of students recognized for their commitment to learning, perseverance, innovative thinking, leadership, and professionalism.
Through Bank of America’s generous $70,000 investment, CWI can provide greater access to critical healthcare workforce training to students.
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...
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.
Free, mobile COVID-19 vaccination clinics will be available on campus, in partnership with Terry Reilly Health Services, Dec. 2 and 9.
Geographic Information Systems student, Daleesa Cole, hopes to use her skills and abilities to change the world for the better as a Wildlife Biologist.
A short film created by Assistant Professor of Art, Goran Fazil, and English Adjunct, Dževad Vrabac, was accepted into the 2021 Monologues & Poetry International Film Fest.
Homes of Idaho provides generous donation of food for CWI food pantries as part of a new initiative involving the support of local businesses.
Resources, training, and contests during CTL's Accessibility Week for faculty highlight how small changes can help students access and engage in courses.
Learn what it takes for refugees to succeed in education and professionally during an engaging YouTube Live event, Dec. 3.
Students from College of Western Idaho’s Law Enforcement give back by serving the community during Rake Up Nampa.
Join musician, Jessica Harned, Dec. 2 to discuss the role of Black composers in American classical music, and enjoy a string quartet performance.
“Community”, an original painting by April VanDeGrift, communicates ideas about the city of Boise using natural history as a rhetorical strategy.
CWI campus buildings and One Stop Student Services locations will be open reduced hours the week of Fall Break, Nov. 22 – 27.
As part of CWI’s Be Safe, Be Mighty campaign and ongoing interest in the safety and security of our campus community, the College is providing convenient access to COVID-19 test kits.
Advanced Mechatronics Engineering Technology student, Jacob Schott, is on his way to a full-time career with a local information systems consulting firm.