Dual Credit Registration

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High School Student Registration

Students registering for courses held on CWI's campus or online through CWI will need to complete the Dual Credit Registration Packet.

Students taking courses at their high school or through Idaho Digital Learning (IDLA) will register using Dual Enroll. 

Some students may complete both the Registration Packet and Dual Enroll if they plan to take courses at their high school, through IDLA, and at a CWI
campus. Students who are unsure how to register are encouraged to reach out to their high school counselor or the Dual Credit office for assistance. 
 
Dual Credit classes are set up as semester and year-long courses.  

Fall registration begins in April for on-campus/online courses and mid-August for courses taught in the high school. Spring registration begins in November for on-campus/online courses and mid-January for courses taught in the high school. Year-long registration begins mid-January. Year-long courses are only offered at the  high school.

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How to Register

Please click on an option found below to take the proper steps for registering, as the process for taking on-campus courses differs from registering through your high school or IDLA.

Note: Dual Credit students cannot register for courses online directly through CWI. To complete your registration, fill out the Dual Credit Registration Packet and submit to the Dual Credit office with all required signatures.

Placement Testing

All Dual Credit students who are interested in registering for a Math or English course at CWI are required to complete a Math Placement or English Placement prior to registering.

Scores must be submitted along with Registration Packet in order for you to be registered for the class(es). ACT or SAT scores may be used in place of the Math and English Placement Tests depending on score. More information on these two placement tests and how to schedule these exams can be found on the Placement Testing page.

Course listings for each semester can be viewed on the Class Schedule page or can be viewed through your myCWI toolkit. Please check pre-requisites for any desired courses in the Academic Catalog prior to registering for courses.

  • Register for Dual Credit courses at CWI (On-Campus or Online)

    REGISTRATION PACKET – FOR STUDENTS ATTENDING CLASS DIRECTLY THROUGH CWI (ON-CAMPUS OR ONLINE)

    You must complete the registration packet each semester you register for courses. Please click on the instructions below for how to fill out each page of the Registration Packet, including how to search for available classes at CWI

     Registration Packet InstructionsDual Credit Registration Packet

  • Register for Dual Credit courses through your high school or IDLA

    Dual Enroll - For Students Attending Classes at Your High School or IDLA

    For Students who will be using Dual Enroll for the FIRST time: (returning Dual Credit students, scroll down for instruction)

    Apply for Dual Enroll 

    Complete the New Student Registration online form to create your login and set up your Dual Enroll account

    Video - How To Register for Dual Enroll

    Dual Enroll log in example screen  

    Click the "Register" button at the bottom of the form and check your email for instructions about confirming your account  

    Dual Enroll New Student Registration

    Log into your new account and complete steps 1-5 in the Status section of the online application form

    • Step 1: Personal Information
    • Step 2: Student terms and consent
    • Step 3: Release of Information
    • Step 4: Certificate of Residency 
    • Step 5: Parent contact information

    Once steps 1-5 are complete, register for your classes. You will need to register for EACH CWI course you plan to take

    To register for a course:

    • Go to the "Courses" tab at the top of your screen

    Dual Enroll Course screen

    • Find the course you plan to take in the list of available courses on DualEnroll.com 
    • Select the section offered by your instructor and click on the "Register" button next to the course for which you would like to register 

    Dual Enroll Available Sections screen

    • To register for more than one class, repeat the process by going to the "Courses" tab again
    • Parents will receive an email notifying them of their students intent to register
    • Check your email for confirmation that your registration was completed. It can take several business days for processing to be completed

    Returning Dual Credit Students:

    Dual Enroll Login

    Log in with your DualEnroll.com login and password (If you have forgotten your username or password click on the "forgot username or password" button below the login button

    dual enroll log in screen

    You have already completed the account creation step in the process. Follow the steps below to complete the registration for your Dual Credit courses  

    You will go directly to the course registration page.  You will need to register for EACH CWI course you plan to take

    To register for a course:

    • Go to the "Courses" tab at the top of your screen

    Dual Enroll Courses screen

    • Find the course you plan to take in the list of available courses on DualEnroll.com 
    • Select the section offered by your instructor and click on the "Register" button next to the course for which you would like to register 

    dual enroll available sections screen

    • To register for more than one class, repeat the process by going to the "Courses" tab again
    • Parents will receive an email notifying them of their students intent to register
    • Check your email for confirmation that your registration was completed. It can take several business days for processing to be completed

Frequently Asked Questions

  • How do I register for Dual Credit courses?

    Application/registration instructions can be found on the Dual Credit Registration page .  After reviewing the steps on that page, decide which method of registration applies to you.  If you are submitting a physical registration packet, you will need to make sure all the appropriate signatures have been obtained.  Once it has been completed, submit the packet to the Dual Credit Office in person, via fax (208.562.3530) or via email (dualcredit@cwi.edu). 

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  • May I register late?

    No, students must register by the appropriate deadline in order to take dual credit courses. Please speak with Dual Credit office or your high school counselor if you have questions about deadlines. Deadlines can also be found on the Dual Credit Dates and Deadlines page . If you have missed the deadline and would like to inquire about registering late, you must contact the Dual Credit Office for submitting an Academic Appeal.

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  • What is myCWI and how do I access it?

    MyCWI is a system that allows students to view their student information, courses, and grades and is accessible via the CWI website.

    Once a student’s application has been processed, they will receive an email with their CWI ID number, CWl email address and username. New students will also receive this information in an acceptance letter from the CWI Dual Credit Office via the US postal service. The letter will include instructions on how to access your myCWI account for the first time.

    To access your myCWI account:

    1. Go to MyCWI
    2. Username: In most cases, your e-mail address will be your firstname+lastname@my.cwi.edu (ex. jonathonsmith@my.cwi.edu). If you provided a preferred first name(nickname) to Student Services, your email address will be your preferredfirstname+lastname@my.cwi.edu (ex. johnsmith@my.cwi.edu).”
    3. Temporary Password: Your temporary password will be the first letter of your first name in CAPS (or first letter of your preferred first name if provided to Student Services) + first letter of your last name in CAPS + “logon” in lower-case letters + last 4 digits of your SSN, if you don’t have a SSN, then use the last 4 digits of your student ID number (Ex: Jonathan Smith’s password would be JSlogon1234).
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  • When do I need placement scores?

    Dual credit students are not required to complete a pre-college entrance exam (ACT/SAT) in order to participate in the dual credit program.

    Dual credit students are required to complete a Math Placement Test and English Placement Test if taking a math or English course on CWI's campus or online through CWI. Scores must be submitted before you can be registered for the class. ACT or SAT scores may be used in place of the Math and English Placement Tests depending on score. 

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  • What if I change my mind after registering for Dual Credit courses?

    If you decide to drop or withdraw from a Dual Credit class, you must officially drop the class by completing a Withdrawal Form and submitting it to the Dual Credit office according to the drop and withdraw dates listed on the Dual Credit website. You can either drop the form off in-person (6042 Birch Lane Nampa ID 83653 NCMP Bldg. Room 212), fax it to (208) 562-3530 or email it to a Dual Credit staff member. You can download a withdrawal form under the heading Registration and Records, on the Forms and Publications page.

    NOTE: Failure to notify the instructor or the Dual Credit office will mean you will remain registered at the college for the course.  Should you not complete the course, a failing grade will be posted to your transcript and you will still be responsible for paying the cost of the course.

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Executive Director, Dual Credit
Dual Credit Assistant Director
Sr. Coordinator, Dual Credit
  • Specialty: Dual Credit Non-Certificate/Associate’s degree seeking students
Coordinator, Dual Credit
  • Specialty: Dual Credit Non-Certificate/Associate’s degree seeking students
Advisor, Dual Credit
  • Advising Specialty: Dual Credit (for High School Students Last Names A-L)
Academic Advisor, Dual Credit
  • Advising Specialty: Dual Credit (for High School Students Last Names M-Z)
Sr. Transition Coordinator
  • Specialty: Dual Credit CTE Programs
Administrative Assistant II
Coordinator, Transition
  • Specialty: Dual Credit CTE Programs