Tuition, Fees, and Financial Aid

Subject to change without notice.

Tuition Rates: Fall, Spring, and Summer Semesters

Number of Credits In-District Idaho Residents Out-of-District Idaho Residents1 Out-of-State/International Residents
(Residents of Ada, Canyon, Twin Falls, Jerome, Kootenai, or Bonneville Counties) (Idaho residents outside of Ada, Canyon, Twin Falls, Jerome, Kootenai, or Bonneville Counties)
$139/credit $139/credit + $50/credit (maximum of $500/semester) $306/credit
1 $139 $189 $306
2 $278 $378 $612
3 $417 $567 $918
4 $556 $756 $1,224
5 $695 $945 $1,530
6 $834 $1,134 $1,836
7 $973 $1,323 $2,142
8 $1,112 $1,512 $2,448
9 $1,251 $1,701 $2,754
10 $1,390 $1,890 $3,060
11 $1,529 $2,029 $3,366
12 $1,668 $2,168 $3,672
13 $1,807 $2,307 $3,978
14 $1,946 $2,446 $4,284
15 $2,085 $2,585 $4,590
16 $2,224 $2,724 $4,896
17 $2,363 $2,863 $5,202
18 $2,502 $3,002 $5,508

Special and Incidental Fees

Subject to change without notice.

Student ID Card Replacement $5/occurrence
Non-Sufficient Funds (NSF) Fee $25/occurrence
Late Fee $50/occurrence
Tuition and Fees Payment Plan $50
Online Course Fee $10/credit
Auditing a Course Regular tuition and fees apply
Special Course Fees Special fees are assessed for such things as labs and are listed in the class schedule.

Note: Course fees for personal enrichment and noncredit courses are due upon registration regardless of when the class starts.

Senior Citizen Rates

Resident senior citizens age 60 and over who are taking credit courses will be charged 50 percent of in-district Idaho resident tuition. The student is responsible for the full amount of out-of-district fees if it is determined that they are not a resident of Ada, Canyon, Twin Falls, Jerome, Kootenai, or Bonneville Counties or have not submitted a Certificate of Residency Form for the current academic year. Out-of-state and foreign senior-citizen students will be charged 50 percent of the out-of-state/international tuition. Fees for noncredit courses, materials, books, or special course fees are full price.

Veterans and Covered Individuals

Section 702 of the Veterans Access, Choice and Accountability Act of 2014 (“Choice Act”), requires the Veteran’s Administration to disapprove programs of education for payment of benefits under the Post-9/11 GI Bill® and Montgomery GI Bill-Active Duty® at public institutions of higher learning if the school charges qualifying Veterans and dependents tuition and fees in excess of the rate for resident students for terms beginning after July 1, 2015.

In support of student veterans and in order for CWI’s currently eligible programs to remain approved for the VA’s GI Bill® programs, CWI will charge in-state tuition to all non-resident students who can prove to the institution that they meet the eligibility criteria set forth under Section 3679(c) of Title 38, United States codes (effective Fall 2015).

GI Bill® is a registered trademark of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). More information about education benefits offered by VA is available at the official U.S. government website: https://www.benefits.va.gov/gibill/