315 Falls Avenue, PO Box 1238, Twin Falls, ID 83303
Twin Falls, ID 83303
Accrediting Agency:Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities
The College of Southern Idaho was established in 1964. The Twin Falls Chamber of Commerce founded a junior college committee in 1960 to financially support junior colleges in Idaho. The Junior College Act passed in 1963 by the Idaho legislature assisted its development. The two year, public institution serves 9,085 students and has a student-to-faculty-ratio of 21 to 1. The College of Southern Idaho also operates campuses in Burley, Gooding, Jerome, and Hailey.
The College of Southern Idaho offers associate degrees of arts, science, engineering, and applied science degrees, as well as technical and postsecondary certificate programs. The College of Southern Idaho offers programs in several areas, including accounting, addiction studies, administrative assistant, agribusiness, biology, criminal justice, drafting technology, horse management, hospitality management, medical assistant, radiologic technology, and veterinary technology. The business, education, liberal arts, library and information science, and social science departments also have online degree and certificate programs available online. Online degree programs are available through the College of Southern Idaho in areas including business, economics, education, liberal arts, library and information science, criminal justice, geography, history, and political science.
The Northwest Commission on Colleges and Schools has accredited the College of Southern Idaho since 1968.
College of Southern Idaho applicants must apply online through MyCSI to be considered. MyCSI does not require an application fee. Applicants must also submit a high school transcript and all previous college transcripts. CSI students may also take the CSI Placement Test or submit ACT scores for English and math course placement. Idaho residents must submit a Certificate of Residency to register for classes. Students register online through MyCSI.