|Q1.||What application do I fill out for the CSI Presidential, Laura Moore Cunningham, New Hope, and other CSI Foundation scholarships?|
|Q2.||Do I need to submit a transcript with my scholarship application?|
|Q3.||Do I need to provide a separate transcript for each scholarship application that I complete?|
|Q4.||What if I miss the Priority Scholarship deadline date of March 1st?|
|Q5.||What is 2nd Round scholarships?|
|Q6.||Do I need to apply each school year for scholarships?|
|Q7.||Do I need to fill out the FAFSA for scholarships?|
|Q8.||After I fill out the CSI Scholarship Application and submit it for the priority award date, then what?|
|Q9.||When and how will I know if I received any scholarship awards?|
|Q10.||How do I review my scholarship application submissions?|
|Q11.||What defines a first-generation student?|
|Q12.||What defines a first-time student?|
A: The CSI Scholarship Application available through the “MyCSI” icon covers over 200 CSI Foundation scholarships including the CSI Presidential, Laura Moore Cunningham Scholarship, and the New Hope scholarship. CSI along with the CSI Foundation awards over $1,000,000 in scholarships annually. These awards recognize students’ achievements in academic, technical, art, music, drama, athletic, and leadership skills.
A: Yes, if you are an incoming freshman or transfer student then transcripts need to be received in the CSI Admission Office in order to complete your scholarship application. Priority deadline will apply to receipt of transcript, just like the scholarship application. Current CSI students do NOT need to submit a transcript.
Please visit Transcript Info to learn more.
A: Each scholarship application will designate the required documents needed to complete the application. Please make sure to read each scholarship application instructions carefully.
A: You may still submit your CSI Scholarship Application after the March 1st deadline for consideration of any open scholarships. Your application will be reviewed for 2nd Round scholarships.
A: 2nd Round is the process of awarding scholarship dollars from any previously awarded funds within the current school year that students became ineligible to retain. 2nd round closes after the 4th week in fall/spring semester.
A: Yes, beginning in January of each year the CSI Scholarship Application will be available for the upcoming school year. Each school year is a separate awarding year.
A: Any scholarship requiring need based information will require that a FAFSA application is filled out. If in doubt, fill it out.
A: After you complete the CSI Scholarship Application follow the steps below:
A: Scholarship awards letters will be sent to students via email for the upcoming school year. The student will receive an award letter from the College of Southern Idaho with guidelines and requirements of the pending award(s). Students will need to respond within the timeframe to accept or decline scholarships through NetPartner. August 1st is the deadline for accepting scholarship awards for priority awarding. Students that are not awarded scholarships will receive a regret letter via email.
Priority Applicants will receive notice of awards by May. 2nd Round applicants will receive notice as availability of funding allows. Most cases of 2nd Round awarding has a 6 week process once complete application is received by Scholarship Office.
A: You can review the applications you’ve submitted through the Money Matters Tab of MyCSI, in the Scholarship Applications window.
A: A first-generation student is any student whose parents have not completed a college degree.
A: A first-time student is any degree-seeking freshman student who has never attended any college or university as a degree-seeking student. First-time students may have college-level credit through a high school dual-credit or equivalent program, but may not have directly attended the College of Southern Idaho, or another college or university, as a degree-seeking student.