Our Door is Open to All
CSI offers a wide range of degrees and certificates, as well as numerous opportunities for you to grow as an individual and discover who you are through involvement in activities beyond the classroom (student government, clubs and organizations, speech and debate, honors program, athletics, dance, cheer, pep band, jazz, choir, recreational activities, etc.).
Becoming a CSI student is easy.
Just follow the steps in the Checklist listed below.
For clarification regarding admission policies or procedures contact the Admissions and Records Office at 208-732-6795.
To help you plan for your college expenses, the budget below shows estimated annual expenses for a full-time student living on campus. All costs are subject to change.
Residency determination for tuition purposes is governed by rules and regulations adopted by the College of Southern Idaho Board of Trustees and Idaho Code § 33-2110, § 33-2110A and § 33-2110B.
Based on information provided by the applicant in the application for admission, the Admissions and Records Office makes an initial determination concerning the student's residency status for tuition purposes (e.g. Idaho/out-of-state, in-district/out-of-district).
For more information read our residency policy and procedures.
|Admissions & Records||732-6795|
|Student Disabilities Services||732-6260|
|Career and Counseling Services||732-6303|
|Multicultural Student Services||732-6383|
|Housing and Food Service||732-6221|
|Student Health Center||732-6675|
|Academic Development Center||732-6530|
|Center for New Directions||732-6680|
|Off Campus Centers|
|Blaine County Center||(208) 788-2038|
|Mini-Cassia Center||(208) 678-1400|
|Northside Center||(208) 934-8678|
Toll Free: 1-800-6800-csi (Idaho &Nevada)
For more information please contact one of the following offices.