Enrolling in Classes
Before You Register
Registration is the official process of enrolling in classes. Students are expected to be officially enrolled in order to attend classes. CWI One Stop Student Services is available to help both new and continuing students plan and prepare for a successful start to each semester.
Schedule of Classes
The schedule of classes is available online prior to each registration period and contains detailed information about courses offered (e.g., dates, times, instructor, delivery method, location, special course fees). Registering as early as possible provides students with a greater selection of available courses.
Note: The most up-to-date course offering information can be found online at myCWI.
Students with holds that impact registration cannot register until the holds have been resolved and removed. Student hold notifications can be viewed in myCWI. Students are advised to resolve holds prior to attempting to register.
Required Orientation for New Students
The College of Western Idaho (CWI) is committed to helping new or returning students transition successfully to college. All new degree-seeking students are required to engage in a New Student Orientation session prior to registering for classes. Please visit the New Student Orientation web page for additional information regarding requirements and to register for a session. Students who have additional questions about registration can contact their assigned Student Success Advisor or One Stop Student Services.
Career and Technical Education Registration
Several Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs require students to attend a program orientation prior to registration. The program orientations are designed to help students understand program expectations and course requirements. Program orientations are usually held prior to the opening of Fall and Spring registration, based on when programs accept a new group of students. Please contact One Stop Student Services or visit the program website for more information on program orientations for Auto Body Technology, Heavy Equipment Technician, Heavy Duty Truck Technician, Machine Tool Technology, and Welding and Metals Fabrication.