The Student Code of Conduct describes a set of policies designed to reflect our unique culture of while ensuring that all who seek knowledge are held to the same standards. This Code is intended to provide a framework upon which we can all rely to reflect and uphold our commitment to...
When you applied to become a student at the College of Western Idaho, you chose to become a member of a proud, vibrant and diverse educational community. Ours is a community built upon the foundational values of excellence, innovation, integrity, caring and respect. These principles form the bedrock upon which we seek to develop ourselves and enrich our community, a goal which cannot be achieved without integrity, both in action and intent. We strive to create an environment where inquiry and growth are supported by a shared sense of respect and an implicit duty of care toward one another. As a member of this community, you have agreed to hold yourself and every member of the College community to a higher set of ideals. It is my hope that you will join us celebrating the unique opportunities we share as we move through CWI’s second decade.
Chad M. Trisler
Dean of Students and Title IX Coordinator
As a student, there are certain laws which may apply to you, depending on your circumstances. The College is required to post information about these laws for you to review. If you have questions about the information presented here, please contact the Dean of Students (...
Students at the College may express concerns, whether verbally or in writing, regarding any area of academic or student life without fear of coercion, harassment, intimidation, or reprisal from the College or its employees. Students also may expect a timely response to any complaint. Defamatory...
This section describes the process and protections for students in extraordinary situations where a student is not acting in their own best interest and the College may need to take steps to protect the student and the institution.
- Student Handbook
- 1 - CWI Student Code of Conduct
- 2 - Applicable State Regulations
- 3 - Appeals, Grievances, and Reporting Concerns
- 4 - Mandatory Evaluations and Involuntary Withdrawal Procedures