The mission of the CSI Honors Advisory Committee is to support the Honors Program Director in achieving the goals of the Honors Program. Representatives from multiple disciplines provide input on policies, assist the Director in securing resources and promote the Honors Program mission throughout campus.
The College Of Southern Idaho Honors Program serves the needs of highly motivated and academically accomplished students by providing a student-centered learning environment that strives to develop a student’s critical, social, and cultural awareness. The Honors Program underscores the College of Southern Idaho’s commitment to quality and excellence in matters of knowledge, creativity and leadership.
With great gratitude I am pleased to have a Foundation Scholarship offered through the College of Southern Idaho's Honors Program. This scholarship helps greatly with my financial burden that every college student has to go through. This scholarship is helping me pay for the cost of living while attending CSI. It will go a long ways in helping me achieve my goals. This is currently my second year at CSI and have one more year following this one until I plan on graduating. The scholarship will help out greatly throughout that course of times, with tuition, cost of living, and food.
As a member of the Honors program, I would to like express my appreciation for the support CSI Foundation has provided for me. I feel very fortunate to have the opportunity to be part of this fantastic program. The financial help has given me the foundation to focus more on my educational goals. In addition, it provides me with the strength to keep going, and come closer to my dreams. I am majoring in Criminal Justice and will pursue to become an FBI Agent. I plan to graduate from CSI with an Associate's Degree in Criminal Justice then plan to transfer to a four year university.
It is an honor for me to have the grateful chance to express my thanks in the aid of the CSI Foundation Scholarships for the honors program. I am currently registered at 18 credits plus a pass/fail phlebotomy class. This strenuous amount of academics has kept me limited from working. The financial aid provided has given me the chance to worry less about money and focus more on what really matters. I am a premedical student who struggles to find the integrity and honesty in the medical field today.