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Resources at the CSI Center

Resources for CSI Center Students (Photo at a computer lab)

The Boise State Center at CSI is a resource for you from application through graduation.

If you live or work in the Magic Valley, you may find the Boise State Center at CSI to be a great place to take classes and connect with other students like you. The Center staff can help you apply and transfer to Boise State University as well as register for courses. The Center serves as a physical location to connect you to the university and community whether you are taking classes on the CSI campus or not.


Getting Started

Admission and Transfer Assistance

Our Boise State Center at CSI staff can assist you through the admission process whether you are a first-time student, transferring from another institution, or coming back to Boise State after taking a break. You can also find more information about applying to the university by visiting Boise State Admissions. For more information about transferring to Boise State from the College of Southern Idaho, visit our transfer page..

Important Dates

Fall semester

Nonresident Priority Application Date:
December 15
Scholarship Priority Date:
February 15
Standard Appliecation Date:
May 15

Spring Semester

Scholarship Priority Date:
October 1
Standard Application Date:
November 15


If you intend to take Boise State courses in Twin Falls, the site coordinator will want to meet and familiarize you with the services and staff available on-site in Twin Falls. Rather than sign up for a Boise main campus orientation program, please contact our staff at (208) 933-2305 or and they will customize an orientation that is helpful and relevant to you.


About the Boise State Center


The Boise State Center at CSI has on-site staff advisors that can assist you with registering in flexible course offerings at the CSI Center or Boise State’s other convenient locations or through flexible delivery methods like evening courses and online options.


The textbooks required for Boise State’s Twin Falls Program classes are conveniently available for purchase at the College of Southern Idaho Bookstore in the Taylor Building.

Financial Aid

For the latest information about financial aid and scholarships, visit Boise State Financial Aid.

Academic Calendar

The academic calendar is the same as at the Boise campus for fall, spring, and summer semesters. For a complete calendar, visit Academic Calendars and Deadlines.

Computer Lab Use

Twin Falls Boise State students have access to the computer labs on the College of Southern Idaho campus. To have your account set up:

  1. Fill out the Application for CSI Computer Lab Use (PDF)
  2. E-mail the form to and your account will be set up for you within three working days.

NOTE: If you are currently enrolled in a CSI class, your computer account is already set up. There is no charge for the computer account. If you need access to printing, a $10 fee for 250 sheets can be paid at any cashiering station in the Matrix of the CSI Taylor Building.

ID Cards

Boise State University students enrolled in the Twin Falls program can have Boise State ID cards processed through the Twin Falls Coordinator’s office in The John C. Hepworth Higher Education Center, Room 144 D. Stop by to have your picture taken and your ID card will be mailed to you within a week. A $25 ID card fee will be charged to your my.BoiseState account.

Let us help you take the next step!

Boise State Center at CWI
Phone: (208) 562-3423

Schedule Appointment: Appointment Scheduling Calendar