Athletic Scholarships are determined by the standards established by the coaching staff of each intercollegiate sport. Inquiries about athletic scholarships should be directed to the Athletic Department at 732-6486.
Cheerleading and Dance Scholarships are available with books paid for. Contact Julie Wright at 208-732- 6472 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Spring 2014 Deadline Open - Due in CSI Financial Aid/Scholarship Office (Taylor Matrix) by March 7, 2014 by 5:00 p.m. or postmarked by 3/7/2014 mailed to CSI Scholarship Office.
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Fine Arts Scholarships for art, music, and drama require a Fine Arts Application in addition to the CSI Scholarship Application. Below are important audition dates to determine awards for the performing arts and applications:
Honors Program Scholarships are available to qualifying students and require a separate Honors Program application in addition to the CSI Scholarship Application. Freshmen may apply for the Honors Program with a high school GPA of at least 3.5, and ACT or SAT scores at or beyond the 88th percentile. For more information on the Honors Program, contact director Brian Dobbs at 732-6266.
New Hope is a scholarship for first generation students entering CSI for the first time as college freshman. First generation is defined as: a student whose parents have not completed a college degree. Awards are based on part-time ($375 for 6-11 credits) or full-time ($750 for 12 or more credits). Second semester awarding is contingent on completion of enrolled credits of 2.5 or above.
The New Hope scholarship is one of the many CSI Foundation scholarships included in the CSI Scholarship Application. No separate application is necessary.
Presidential Scholarships are awarded to first-year students who have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or better. Recipients also are encouraged to participate in at least one student leadership organization.
Apply through CSI Scholarship Application.
The College of Southern Idaho Speech and Debate team offers scholarships for participation in Intercollegiate Forensics.
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Please visit http://finearts.csi.edu/forensic/ for more information.
The Steele-Reese Foundation was created in 1955 by Eleanor S. Reese of Salmon, Idaho who died in 1977. During her life, Mrs. Reese continued to pursue her own charitable interests in parallel with these carried out by the Steele-Reese Foundation. Her own interests included providing scholarships for promising high school graduates of Idaho’s Lemhi and Custer Counties. The Foundation has now instituted a formal scholarship program at eleven universities and colleges for academic undergraduates and graduates as well as vo-tech students.
A significant amount has been allocated to CSI for the upcoming school year and will provide scholarships ranging from $500 to $2,500. This award is to be applied to fees, books, and room/board costs. Scholarships can be renewed if the recipient continues to meet the requirements; however, recipients must reapply to be considered for renewal.
|The application should be sent to:|| College of Southern Idaho
PO Box 1238
Twin Falls , ID 83303-1238