Honors Advisory Committee
 

Honors Advisory Committee Mission Statement

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.

Committee Chair

Gina Sneddon
Assistant Professor, Communication
E-mail: gsneddon@csi.edu
Phone: 732-6777
Office: John C. Hepworth Higher Education Center 168

Committee Members

Honors Program Mission Statement

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. 

Student Stories

Devany Sanchez

Devany Sanchez

I am a freshman majoring in Criminal Justice, trying to follow my dream of becoming an FBI agent. In high school I did not care for school, my dad passed away in my sophomore year, my mom had to take over the family business, which left me to be the 'mom'. I have two brothers, and two sisters, one of which dropped out of high school to help provide for us. All three of us girls are currently in the honors program. I made a promise to my dad, in which assured him I would graduate high school. I graduated high school and now I am a college student in which this time, I promised myself I would graduate.

Cody Elliott

Cody Elliott

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.

Beth Minniear

Beth Minniear

I was a junior in high school when I took a field trip to the CSI campus and fell in love with it. It was at that moment that I decided I wanted to attend the College of Southern Idaho. I started to research CSI and found that tuition would be more expensive that I anticipated. As an out of state resident, the Foundation Scholarships that I received made the difference in my ability to become a CSI student. These scholarships allowed me to attend the school that I desired to go to, rather than attending the community college located in my hometown.