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On Sept. 6, CWI's Board of Trustees voted in favor of placing a $180 million general obligation bond on the November 2016 ballot.
On Tuesday, CWI shared its long term development plans for a permanent Ada County Campus at 3150 W. Main St. in Boise.
CWI welcomed local leaders to its main campus in Nampa to share the vision for a new Health Science Building and a Student Success Center.
The effort to help CWI prepare for its future has received a $25,000 financial boost from the JPMorgan Chase Foundation.
Upon completion of due diligence for property in Boise, CWI Board of Trustees has decided to continue forward with the intent to purchase the land.
The CWI Board of Trustees has requested to extend the feasibility period for the property it’s considering to purchase in Boise.
The Visioning concepts for a proposed CWI Boise campus are available online through Oct. 7 to view and provide feedback.
CTA Architects Engineers hosted workshops last week, providing a chance for input on potential development of a permanent CWI campus in Boise.
CWI invites community members to provide feedback on early concepts for the College’s potential urban campus in Boise on Sept. 22.
Approximately 300 CWI students and employees, as well as community members took advantage of an opportunity to share input on CWI’s future.
CTA Architects Engineers is kicking off its conceptual campus design process for CWI's Ada County Campus.
CWI has received the completed appraisal on the property at Main and Whitewater Park Boulevard in Boise.
The CWI Board of Trustees approved a motion to move forward with closing on the 32.5 acres on the north boundary of the Nampa Campus.
On Wednesday, (April 22), CWI Board of Trustees approved entering into an agreement to purchase land at 3150 W. Main St.
The CWI Board of Trustees has approved two initiatives tied to campus development.
Renovation of the CWI facility has been highlighted in Outstanding Designs by American Schools and Universities Magazine.
CWI is asking for feedback on its Nampa Campus Master Plan, which is available to view online.
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