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Do you own a business, have a service or hobby you can share, or know someone who does? The College of Western Idaho Foundation would love to connect with you!
A generous donation from the non-profit organization, S.E.E.4VETS, will fund six, $1,680, scholarships available to eligible veteran students at the College.
Allied Business Solutions donates $5,000 to empower Information Technology students at CWI.
Advanced Mechatronics Engineering Technology student, Jacob Schott, is on his way to a full-time career with a local information systems consulting firm.
Thank you to all who joined the College’s annual benefit event to raise nearly $80k for student scholarships.
Help raise money for student scholarships during this year’s online auction and livestream event, Sept. 29 – Oct. 10.
The CWI Foundation receives donation from the Disabled American Veterans Chapter 2 in Boise to help veteran students and their families.
Watch the replay of this year’s live event, and take part in the online auction open now through Oct. 14!
Nearly half a million dollars left for CWI student scholarships by the late Euguene Anderson, of Meridian, who passed away in April 2018.
CWI Agriculture Science major Stuart Tice is being rewarded thanks to a generous donation from a fellow student.
CWI recently helped 34 students from Caldwell High School collectively earn 464 credits through College-Level Examination Program testing.
As a Wishing Well Fund awardee, Jeff Davis is using budget-friendly items to creatively teach music at CWI.
On Dec. 9, the Consul of Mexico presented CWI with a $10,000 contribution that will help support scholarships for Hispanic students.
A Monarch butterfly—raised at College of Western Idaho from a caterpillar—is making history in the Pacific Northwest scientific community.
A CWI student becomes the first to invest in a fellow student through the CWI Foundation, creating a scholarship to inspire others.
Meridian-based Micro 100 Tool Corporation recently donated more than $16,000 worth of brand new tooling items to CWI's Machine Tool Technology program.
The CWI Foundation recently awarded more than $6,000 to the recipients of this year’s Wishing Well Fund.
A group of local artists, educators, and community leaders recently gathered at CWI to talk about the importance of art in public places.
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