2021-2022 STUDENT GUIDE - College of Southern Idaho

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2021-2022 STUDENT GUIDE - College of Southern Idaho
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2021-2022 STUDENT GUIDE - College of Southern Idaho
How to Become a Student
                                                                                                                                                                     APPLY FOR ADMISSION
                                                                                                                                                                     • Go online: csi.edu/apply
    2021-2022 EAGLE GUIDE                                                                                                                                            • 24-hours after admission please activate your CSI email
                                                                                                                                                                       account at csi.edu/webmail

        3 | How to Become a Student                                              20-21 | General Education, Degree &
                                                                                 			 Certificate Requirements
                                                                                                                                                                     APPLY FOR FINANCIAL AID & SCHOLARSHIPS
        4 | Academic Calendar
                                                                                        22 | Course Scheduling Planner                                               • Apply for financial aid online: studentaid.gov
        5 | Tuition & Fees
     6-7 | Campus Housing & Meal Plans                                                  23 | Course Code Legend                                                      • CSI’s FAFSA code is 001619.
    8-10 | Financial Aid & Scholarships                                                 24 | CSI Off-Campus Locations                                                • Apply for scholarships online: scholarships.csi.edu
      11 | Thriving in Your First Year                                                  25 | Transfer Guide Resource
                                                                                  26-27 | Office of the Registrar
      12 | Meet Your Campus Partners
                                                                                  29-42 | Resources
                                                                                                                                                                     SUBMIT YOUR OFFICIAL TRANSCRIPTS
      13 | Career Services
                                                                                  43-47 | Campus Involvement
                                                                                                                                                                     • Submit your college transcripts to receive credit for prior
      14 | Advising Center
                                                                                  48-52 | Wellness                                                                     course completion.
      15 | Student Success Advisors
 16-17 | Academic Majors                                                          53-58 | Student Success                                                            • Go online: tsorder.studentclearinghouse.org
 18-19 | Career & Technical Education Majors                                            59 | Campus Map
                                                                                                                                                                     MEET WITH YOUR STUDENT SUCCESS ADVISOR
Nondiscrimination Statement
College of Southern Idaho does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability, gender identity, protected veteran
status, or sexual orientation. This policy applies to all programs, services, and facilities, including applications, admissions, and employment. The Dean of
                                                                                                                                                                     • Schedule an appointment online:
Students has been designated to handle inquiries regarding non-discrimination policies and can be reached at (208) 732-6225 or at the Taylor Building, Room
238, on CSI’s campus, 315 Falls Ave, Twin Falls, ID, 83301.
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ACADEMIC CALENDAR                                                                                                                        TUITION & FEES
                      2021 FALL TERM                                                                                                      Tuition is $140 per credit for Idaho residents from Twin Falls, Jerome, Kootenai, Ada,

                 Registration Begins for Degree Seeking Students
                 Registration Begins for Non-Degree Seeking
                 Application for Admission Deadline
                                                                   2021~2022                                                              Bonneville or Canyon counties. There is an additional $50 per credit out-of-district fee for
                                                                                                                                          Idaho residents in other counties. Your county may pay the additional fee if you qualify
                                                                                                                                          and submit the Certificate of Residency. Out of state and international tuition is $285 per
                                                                        AUGUST 2021                   SEPTEMBER 2021
8/23             Fall Semester Begins                              S    M    T W T          F    S    S    M     T W T          F    S    credit. Be sure to check your account balance in MyCSI to review your statement. Your
8/25             Online Registration Ends at 12:00 PM (Noon)       1    2    3    4    5    6    7                    1    2    3    4
                                                                                                                                          registration is not complete until you have paid your tuition and fees.
8/29             Last Day to Drop                                  8    9 10 11 12 13 14              5     6    7    8    9 10 11
                 Last Day for 100% Refund                          15 16 17 18 19 20 21               12 13 14 15 16 17 18
9/3              Tuition and Fees Due                              22 23 24 25 26 27 28               19 20 21 22 23 24 25                                  Tuition for 12 credits                   $1680
9/6              Labor Day (Campus Closed)                         29 30 31                           26 27 28 29 30
10/11            Columbus Day (Campus Closed)                                                                                                         Double Occupany in the Dorms                   $1250
11/11            Veterans Day Observed (Campus Closed)
11/12            Last Day to Withdraw                                  OCTOBER 2021                   NOVEMBER 2021                                              Meals (200)                         $1475
                                                                   S    M    T W T          F    S    S    M     T W T          F    S
11/22-26         Thanksgiving Vacation (Campus Closed Th & F)                                1    2         1     2   3     4    5    6
12/16-16         Final Exams                                        3    4   5    6     7    8    9    7    8     9   10   11   12   13                             Books                            $500
                                                                   10   11   12   13   14   15   16
                    2022 SPRING TERM                               17   18   19   20   21   22   23
10/12            Registration Begins for Degree Seeking Students   24   25   26   27   28   29   30   28   29    30                              Personal expenses, gas, entertainment, etc.         $525
10/18            Registration Begins for Non-Degree Seeking
                 Students                                                                                                                                           Total                            $5,145 per semester
1/3              Application for Admission Deadline                DECEMBER 2021                           JANUARY 2022
1/10             Spring Semester Begins                            S    M    T W T          F    S    S    M     T W T          F    S
1/13             Online Registration Ends at 12:00 PM (Noon)                      1     2    3    4                                   1   An Idaho resident taking 12 credits, living in the dorms with a meal plan would need
1/17             Last day to Drop
                                                                    5    6   7    8     9   10   11    2    3     4   5     6    7    8   about $5,120 each semester. This estimate is based on a very conservative scenario and
                                                                   12   13   14   15   16   17   18    9   10    11   12   13   14   15
                 Last Day for 100% Refund                          19   20   21   22   23   24   25   16   17    18   19   20   21   22   students should adjust the amounts to meet the needs of their lifestyle. (Check online for
1/17             Martin Luther King Day (Campus Closed)            26   27   28   29   30   31        23   24    25   26   27   28   29
                                                                                                                                          out-of-state and international tuition and fees at – www.csi.edu/tuition-fees/ )
1/21             Tuition and Fees Due                                                                 30   31

2/21             Presidents’ Day (Campus Closed)
3/21-3/25        Spring Vacation
                                                                    FEBRUARY 2022                          MARCH 2022
                                                                   S    M    T W T          F    S    S    M     T W T          F    S
4/8              Last Day to Withdraw                                    1        2     3    4    5               1   2     3    4    5
5/2–5/5          Final Exams                                        6 7 8         9    10   11   12    6    7     8   9    10   11   12
5/6              Commencement Ceremony                             13 14 15       16   17   18   19   13   14    15   16   17   18   19
                                                                   20 21 22       23   24   25   26   20   21    22   23   24   25   26
                   2022 SUMMER TERM                                27 28                              27   28    29   30   31

       Session    Start Date    Last Day       Last    End Date
                                to Drop      Day to
                                                                         APRIL 2022                             MAY 2022
                                                                   S    M    T W T          F    S    S    M     T W T          F    S
                                          Withdraw                                           1    2    1    2     3   4     5    6    7
 Ses. 1: 8 Week    June 6      June 12       July 15    July 29     3    4   5    6     7    8    9    8    9    10   11   12   13   14
                                                                   10   11   12   13   14   15   16   15   16    17   18   19   20   21
 Ses. 2: 4 Week    June 6      June 12      June 24      July 1    17   18   19   20   21   22   23   22   23    24   25   26   27   28
 Ses. 3: 4 Week     July 5      July 10      July 22    July 29    24   25   26   27   28   29   30   29   30    31
3/14        Summer/Fall Registration Begins for Degree Seeking
                                                                         JUNE 2022                              JULY 2022
3/21        Summer/Fall Registration Begins for Non-Degree         S    M    T W T          F    S    S    M     T W T          F    S
            Seeking Students                                                      1     2    3    4                              1    2
5/30        Memorial Day (Campus Closed)                            5    6   7    8     9   10   11    3    4     5   6     7    8    9
                                                                   12   13   14   15   16   17   18   10   11    12   13   14   15   16
7/4         Independence Day (Campus Closed)
                                                                   19   20   21   22   23   24   25   17   18    19   20   21   22   23
                                                                   26   27   28   29   30             24   25    26   27   28   29   30

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         Eagle                                Eagleview                   Northview                        Meal Plans
    Residence Hall                           Apartments                   Apartments
                                                                                                 • Residential meal plan required for
• Single Or Double                    • 2-Bedroom                     • 1, 2 Or 3 Bedrooms         all residence halls students
• Cable TV                            • Cable TV                      • Cable TV                 • Commuter meal plans available
• Internet                            • Internet                      • Internet                   for off-campus students
• Microwaves                          • Electric                      • Includes Kitchen
                                                                        Appliances                   Explore available meal plans at
• Student Lounge                      • Includes Kitchen Appliances
                                                                      • Water/Trash
• Computer Lab                        • Water/Trash
                                                                      • On-Site Laundry
• Activity Center                     • On-Site Laundry
                                                                      • Across The Street From
• On-Site Laundry                     • Across The Street From

    More information, pricing, and applications
    available at www.csi.edu/housing
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FINANCIAL AID & SCHOLARSHIPS                                                                                                                                              What Types of
        Location: Taylor Building • Phone: 208.732.6273 • Email: csifinancialaid@csi.edu

The Financial Aid Office encompasses several aspects of financial support for students seeking a college de-
                                                                                                                                                                            Aid are
gree/certificate. Students seeking help in the areas of FAFSA (grants, loans and work-study) and scholarships
will find all the information they need at this office.

How to apply for Financial Aid & Scholarships:
         Apply for FAFSA.                                           Check Your Progress.
    1    Retrieve your Federal Student Aid (FSA) ID          3      Net Partner is an online resource that

                                                                                                                 FAFSA:                                  Scholarships:
         online at studentaid.gov/fsaid. Complete the               students who have completed their
         Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAF-             FAFSA or scholarship application can
         SA) online at studentaid.gov and use 001619                use to do the following:
         for CSI’s school code. You can submit this
                                                                    • Complete your financial aid plan-          Need-Based Grants:                      The Financial Aid Office assists in awarding scholarships to help stu-
         form any time after October 1st, 2020 for                                                               Financial Aid that does not have to     dents reduce the cost of earning a college degree. These awards rec-
                                                                       ning worksheet                                                                    ognize students’ achievement in several areas including academics,
         2021-2022 or October 1st, 2021 for 2022-                                                                be repaid.
         2023.                                                      • Check the status of your financial         Amount is dependent on:                 the arts, athletics and leadership skills. Students with special circum-
                                                                       aid or scholarship                        • Expected Family Contribution          stances and abilities are also considered for awarding. Opportunities
                                                                    • Upload forms and documents                     (EFC)                               for funding in the following areas are available:
         Apply for Scholarships.                                    • eSign documents                                                                    • Child Care Assistance
                                                                                                                 • Cost of Attendance (COA)
         Complete the CSI Scholarship application on-               • View scholarship information, re-          • Enrollment Status                     • Military Benefits
         line by March 1st. Apply through your MyCSI                   ceive financial aid/scholarship no-       • Number of Semesters Attending         • Merit Aid for good grades and academic achievement
         portal (my.csi.edu) and select the Finances,                  tifications, and view aid offer details                                           • Scholarships based on ethnicity, life circumstance or special talent
         then scholarships. The CSI Scholarship ap-                                                                                                      The CSI Scholarship Application is used for awarding over 300 CSI
         plication is used for awarding over 300 CSI
                                                                                                                 Loans:                                  Foundation scholarships. One application covers both fall and spring
                                                                                                                 Financial aid that must be repaid
         Foundation Scholarships. One Application                                                                                                        semesters of the academic year.
         covers both fall and spring semesters of the
         academic year.
                                                             4      Accept.
                                                                                                                 with interest.
                                                                                                                 If you accept a loan, you must com-
                                                                    Login to your Net Partner account at         plete additional loan documents:        Deadlines:
                                                                    Netpartner.csi.edu so you can stay           • Entrance Counseling                   The priority deadline for the scholarship application is March 1st.
                                                                    informed of the status of your financial     • Master Promissory Note (MPN)          Any applications received after that date will still be considered for
                                                                    aid and scholarships. You must access        • Complete Informed borrowing           2nd round awards depending on available funds. The application
                                                                    your account to accept, reduce or de-             confirmation                       closes on September 1 each year.
                                                                    cline all aid offer(s).                      • Annual Student Loan Acknowl-
                                                                                                                      edgement                           Transcripts:
                                                                                                                 If you are a first-time student and a   Incoming freshman and transfer students need to submit official
                                                             5      Receive.                                     first-time borrower, you will have a
                                                                                                                 one-time 30 day delay on your loan
                                                                                                                                                         graduation/final transcripts to the Office of the Registrar to com-
                                                                    When your refund selection kit arrives                                               plete the application process. High school seniors need to submit a
                                                                    in the mail or email you must select                                                 seven semester in-progress high school transcript to the Admissions
                                                                                                                 Repayment begins 6 months after
                                                                    your refund preference by going to           graduation, withdrawal or enroll-       Office by March 1st to be considered for first-round awarding. Cur-
                                                                    refundselection.com. If your financial       ment falls to less than half-time.      rent CSI students do not need to submit a CSI transcript.
                                                                    aid or scholarship offer is greater than
                                                                                                                                                         Thank-You Notes:
                                                                    the amount applied toward tuition,           Work-Study:                             It is customary to send scholarship donors a note of thanks for any
                                                                    fees, room and board, you will receive       Find a job on campus to earn money
                                                                    a refund.                                    for your education. Jobs on campus      scholarships you have received. Information for contacting donors
                                                                                                                 allow you to earn money to help pay     will be provided in Net Partner. Please visit the scholarship website
                                                                                                                 the cost of attending college.          at scholarships.csi.edu for tips on how to write these notes.

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SAP (Satisfactory Academic Progress)
What is SAP?                                                                THRIVING IN YOUR FIRST YEAR
U.S. Department of Education regulations require Title IV higher

education institutions to implement Satisfactory Academic Progress
(SAP) policies that meet the requirements detailed in the regulations.
Institutions must establish standards for SAP that measure a student’s
progress toward degree/certificate completion using both qualitative
and quantitative measures. The federal legislation/regulations clarify
and strengthen these requirements.                                       We recognize that you and your family worked hard for you
                                                                         to attend the College of Southern Idaho. You are now part of
What does this mean to me?
All students seeking initial or continued federal financial aid eligi-
                                                                         a campus community determined to help you thrive through-
bility must establish, meet, and maintain all three minimum SAP          out your Eagle experience. Throughout this guide you will find
standards. The SAP standards are evaluated and students are notified     many resources that will help you find success here at CSI.
of their current SAP standing at the conclusion of each period of
enrollment. The three policy standards are:
  • Maximum Timeframe: Complete your degree/certificate within              Join Official CSI Social Media!
     150% of the published number of credit hours in your declared
     major.                                                                     CSI Society
  • Minimum Grade Point Average (GPA): Maintain at least a 2.0                  College of Southern Idaho
     CSI cumulative GPA. This does not include transfer credits.
                                                                                CSI Athletics
  • Minimum Completion Rate: Maintain a 67% college-level credit
     completion rate. Remedial courses (classes with course numbers
                                                                                College of Southern Idaho: Buy, Sell, Trade
     below 100) are excluded from the completion rate calculation.              College of Southern Idaho Recreation Department
                                                                                CSI Outdoor Recreation
What are the consequences if I do not meet all three SAP
standards?                                                                      CSI Challenge Course
Failing to meet at least one of these standards will result in one
semester of warning. If you are unable to get back to good standing             College of Southern Idaho                CSI Eagles
by the next period of enrollment you will be placed on SAP Warn-
ing. Students placed on suspension are no longer eligible for federal
financial aid. You will only be reinstated for federal financial aid            College of Southern Idaho
eligibility consideration through a submitted appeal that specifically                                                   CSIEagles
addresses documented extenuating circumstances. If a SAP review
makes it clear that a student cannot mathematically finish his/her
declared degree/certificate program within the maximum timeframe,               csi_challengecourse                      CSIEagles
the student is placed on suspension; there will be no warning peri-

So what can I do to ensure that I stay in SAP Good Standing?
We recommend that you follow these guidelines, which will al-
low you to complete your degree/certificate within a reasonable
amount of time.
  • Drop courses during the first week to help eliminate unwanted
    “W”s (attempted credits).
  • Take a reasonable credit load to ensure you successfully
    complete as many credits as you attempt.
  • Don’t withdraw from courses.
  • Earn good grades (don’t fail courses).
  • Take courses that are required or count toward your declared
    major so that you can complete your program in the timeframe

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                                                     Location: Taylor Building Room 174 • Phone: 208.732.6306
 ADMISSIONS                                         Website: careers.csi.edu/careercenter • Email: molson@csi.edu

                             Vision: To ignite thoughts of opportunities and provide resources to assist in building
 208.732.6221                connections for lifelong learning and development.
                              Do Who You Are
                              Discover your strengths and explore career directions to match your interest and personality.
 FINANCIAL AID                Take the free assessment at www.humanesources.com • Access Code NPXKK7W

                              Explore Occupations and Universities
 csifinancialaid@csi.edu      Explore occupational demand and wages, network with businesses related to your field,
                              research universities and scholarships.

 ADVISING                     Schedule an appointment with a CSI Career Services Professional

 208.732.6250                 Prepare for Transfer/Internship/Employment
 advising@csi.edu             Seeking employment or pursuing additional education? Receive assistance with application
                              process including letter of intent, resume, interviewing, etc.
                              Go to: Careers.csi.edu/careercenter and careers.csi.edu/eaglejobs for employment opportunities
 208.732.6795                 Support–The Center for New Directions
                              Career and Technical support service for students enrolled in non-traditional programs by
 records@csi.edu              gender or are a single parent
                              • Scholarships–Career Pioneer/Single-Parent, Day Care
                              • Financial assistance for books/tools

 STUDENT AFFAIRS              • Networking opportunities with students, staff and faculty
                              • Educational workshops
                              • Resource referrals
 208.732.6224                 Contact Career Services for funding information and support services


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ADVISING CENTER                                                                                                        STUDENT SUCCESS ADVISORS
       Location: Taylor Building • Phone: 208.732.6250 • Email: advising@csi.edu                                                              CATRINA CHAPPLE (Interim) - AGRICULTURE DEPARTMENT
                                                                                                                Agriculture                                   Animal Science Livestock Tech               Natural Resources Management
Student Success Advisors                                                                                        Agri-Business                                 Aquaculture                                 Veterinary Technology
                                                                                                                Animal Science                                Geospatial Technology                       Water Resource Management
The Advising Center staff provides advising services to prospective, current, and returning students. First
semester degree seeking students are assigned to a Student Success Advisor for assistance with degree
                                                                                                                                        CATRINA CHAPPLE (Interim) - BIOLOGY DEPT, MATH DEPT, EPICS DEPT
planning and advising support resources. Once students have completed their first semester, they are
                                                                                                                Biology                                       Engineering                                 Pharmacy (Pre)
transferred to their Major Faculty Advisors. Liberal Arts, Non-Degree, and students awaiting acceptance         Chemistry                                     Geology                                     Phsyics
into specified programs will remain with a Student Success Advisor. Students are encouraged to seek             Computer Science                              Mathematics                                 STEM
continuous advising and discuss their educational planning and goals with their assigned advisor before
registering for courses. The student advising process is a shared responsibility between the student and             JOANN SCHROEDTER - AGRICULTURE DEPT, BUSINESS DEPT, T&I DEPT, VISUAL & PERFORMING ARTS DEPT
their advisor.                                                                                                  Auto Collision Repair               Computer Support Technician         Technology (HEAT)            Network Systems Technician
                                                                                                                Auto Refinishing                    Culinary Arts                    Hospitality Management          Renewable Energy Systems Tech
WHAT WE, ADVISORS CAN DO FOR YOU, THE                   YOU, THE STUDENT WILL NEED TO:                          Automotive Technology (ASEP)        Diesel Technology                HVAC                            Residential Construction
STUDENT                                                 • Make an appointment with your Student Suc-            Automation Engineering Tech         Digital Media                    Industrial Mechanics Tech       Welding Technology
Student Success Advisors provide information to           cess Advisor                                          Baking & Pastry                     Drafting Technology              Intro to Cybersecurity
                                                                                                                Cabinetmaking/Woodworking           Food Processing                  IT Development & Security
prospective, current and returning students on:         • Be willing to make decisions during your ad-          Collision Repair Technology         Heavy Equipment Ag               Manufacturing Technology
• Empowering you, the student, with knowledge             vising appointment
   on how to succeed in college                         • Do not procrastinate building/registering your
• Degree Planning - what is required for your             semester sschedules                                                                                 ERIN NUNNELLEY - BUSINESS DEPT
   degree                                                                                                       Accounting/Bookkeeping                        Business General                            Economics
                                                        • Keep the CSI catalog handy to review as need-         Administrative Assistant                      Business Management/Entrepreneur            Retail Management
• Build a semester by semester plan - How long            ed
   it will take to get my degree                        • CHECK AND READ YOUR CSI EMAIL
                                                                                                                CHLOE WHERRY - EDUCATION DEPT, ENGLISH, PHILOSOPHY & LANGUAGES DEPT, VISUAL & PERFORMING ARTS DEPT,
• Scheduling Course(s) per Semester - Help              • Set up your voicemail for your cell phone                                                  LIIS DEPT, OUTDOOR RECREATION LEADERSHIP PROGRAM
   build a class schedule                               • Talk to your instructors if you have any issues       American Sign Language                        Education                                   Outdoor Recreation Leadership
• Campus Referral - If we do not know the an-             with either subject matter, attendance or com-        Art- Visual                                   English                                     Theatre
   swer, we will get you connected to someone             pletion of course work                                Dance                                         Library and Information Science (LIIS)      Spanish
                                                                                                                Early Childhood Education                     Music                                       Visual & Performing Arts
   who does                                             • Respond to emails from your instructors or
• Transfer Assistance - What you need to know             advisor as soon as possible
   about and do to transfer to a 4 year university      • Follow College policies and the CSI Student                      KRISTIN BECKER & JAN MANDURA - HEALTH SCIENCES AND HUMAN SERVICES DEPARTMENT
• Academic Support - We have resources to                 Code of Conduct                                       Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)             Health Science                              Physical Therapist Assistant (PTA)
                                                                                                                Dental Assistant                              Medical Assistant                           Radiologic Technology
   help if you are struggling in a course                                                                       Dental Hygiene                                Nursing, Practical (LPN)                    Surgical/Central Sterile Processing Tech.
• Degree Audits - What classes do you need to           CSI Advising Center protects the privacy of students’   Emergency Medical Services                    Nursing, Registered (RN)                    Surgical Technology
   take to graduate                                     education by adhering to the Family Educational         Fire Science                                  Pharmacy Technician
• Major Faculty Advisor transition – your major         Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)
   advisor will be your best resource to gradua-                                                                                                        JACOB MCCUE - SOCIAL SCIENCE DEPARTMENT
   tion after first semester                                                                                    Anthropology                        History                          Political Science               Social Work
                                                                                                                Communication                       Law Enforcement                  Psychology                      Sociology
                                                                                                                Criminal Justice

                                                                                                                                                          TENILLE CLARIDGE - MINI-CASSIA CENTER
                                                                                                                 All Programs

                                                                                                                                                        STEFANIE HAUFF - WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT
                                                                                                                 Applied Technology & Apprenticeship

                                                                                                                                                                      ADVISING CENTER
                                                                                                                 Liberal Arts                                                         Non-Degree

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ACADEMIC MAJORS                                                                                                                                                                                        CERTIFICATE
The following Associate of Arts (AA), Associate of Science (AS), and Associate of Engineering (AE) academic majors are available for
students at the College of Southern Idaho. Students are highly encouraged to contact the major advisors below for more information about
each program of study’s offerings and course placement requirements. Students completing these associate degrees should also consult
closely with the intended transfer institution of choice for successful transfer planning.                                                                                                       CSI offers various degress and certificates that
                                                                                                                                                                                                 can be completed online. These degree op-
Major & Major Advisor                                                                                                                      Major & Major Advisor                                 tions give students reasonable flexibility to take
Agri-Business-AA                                                      Economics-AA                                                         Natural Resources Management-AS                       classes when and where it fits into their person-
        Matt Quesnell                   mquesnell@csi.edu                   Mike Pohanka                       mpohanka@csi.edu                    Dr. Jeff Cooper         jcooper@csi.edu       al schedules. Below are the degrees/certificates
        (208)732-6403                   Evergreen A39                       (208)732-6411                      Hepworth 172                        (208)732-6405           Evergreen A36
                                                                                                                                                                                                 that can be completed online.
Agriculture-AA                                                        Education-AA                                                         Nursing-Registered-AS                                 Go to www.csi.edu/coursesAndPrograms_/on-
        Jaysa Filmore                   jfillmore@csi.edu                     Dr. Tracey Meyerhoeffer          tmeyerhoeffer@csi.edu              Dr. Kalise Price           kprice@csi.edu      linedegree.html for more information.
        (208)732-6433                   Evergreen A38                         (208)732-6874                    Hepworth 120                       (208)732-6732              HSHS 214

American Sign Language-AA                                             Education-Early Childhood-AA                                         Outdoor Recreation Leadership-AA                        • Business, General- AA
       Dawnette Reis-Rodriguez          dreis@csi.edu                         Ellen Neff                       eneff@csi.edu                      Mike Young                myoung@csi.edu
       (208)732-6881                    Shields 119                           (208)732-6870                    Hepworth 122                       (208)732-6340             Outdoor Rec Center     • Business Management/Entrepreneur-
                                                                                                                                                                                                     AAS & ITC
Animal Science-AS                                                     Engineering-AS                                                       Pharmacy (Pre)-AS
       Matt Quesnell                    mquesnell@csi.edu                     Andrew Cluff                     acluff@csi.edu                     Megan Jacobson             mjacobson@csi.edu     • Criminal Justice- AA
       (208)732-6403                    Evergreen A39                         (208) 732-6829                   Evergreen A03                      (208)732-6426              Evergreen A10
                                                                                                                                                                                                   • Economics- AA
Anthropology-AA                                                       English-AA                                                           Physics-AS
                                                                                                                                                                                                   • Education, Early Childhood- BTC
       Denyée Matthews                  dsmatthews@csi.edu                    Dr. Clark Draney                 cdraney@csi.edu                     Mark Daily                mdaily@csi.edu
       (208)732-6862                    Hepworth 128                          (208)732-6810                    Shields 112E                        (208)732-6424             Evergreen A16         • Education- AA
                                                                                                                                           Political Science-AA                                        See advisor for endorsement areas
Art-Visual-AA                                                         Geology-AS
        Angela Batchelor                abatchelor@csi.edu                   Shawn Willsey                     swillsey@csi.edu                     Perri Gardner            pgardner@csi.edu      • History- AA
        (208) 732-6754                  Art Complex 110                      (208)732-6421                     Evergreen A18                        (208)732-6867            Hepworth 126
                                                                                                                                                                                                   • Hospitality Management- AAS & ITC
Biology-AS                                                            Health Science-AS                                                    Psychology-AA
        Kathy Clark                     kclark@csi.edu                        Jan Mandura                      jmandura@csi.edu                   Dr. Randy Simonson         rsimonson@csi.edu     • Liberal Arts- AA
        (208) 732-6839                  Shields 202B                          (208)732-7630                    HSHS 107                           (208)732-6858              Hepworth 116
                                                                              Kristin Becker                   kbecker@csi.edu
                                                                                                                                                                                                   • Library and Information Science- AA
Business Administration-AA                                                    (208)732-6251                    Taylor 145                  Science, Technology, Engineering & Math (STEM)-AS
                                                                                                                                                   Rosa Davila                rdavila@csi.edu
                                                                                                                                                                                                   • Retail Management- BTC
        Crystal Ayers                   cayers@csi.edu
        (208) 732-6436                  Canyon 105D                   History-AA                                                                   (208)732-6425              Evergreen A12        • Surgical/Central Sterile Process Tech-
                                                                              Justin Vipperman                 jvipperman@csi.edu                                                                    BTC
Chemistry-AS                                                                  (208)732-6258                    Taylor 262                  Social Work-AA
       Dr. Joseph Gardner               josephgardner@csi.edu                                                                                      Kerry Koontz              kkoontz@csi.edu
       (208)732-6427                    Evergreen A17                 Liberal Arts-AA                                                              (208)732-6878             Hepworth 165
                                                                              Advising Center                  advising@csi.edu
Communication-AA                                                              (208)732-6250                    Eagle Central               Sociology-AA
     Mark Wasden                        mwasden@csi.edu                                                                                            Matt Reynolds             mreynolds@csi.edu
     (208)732-6764                      Hepworth 169                  Library & Information Science-AA                                             (208)732-6861             Hepworth 167
                                                                              Chloe Wherry (Interim)   crwherry@csi.edu
Computer Science-AS                                                           (208)732-6528            Taylor 145                          Spanish -AA
      KayZin Cresswell                  kcresswell@csi.edu                                                                                         Adam Crofts               acrofts@csi.edu
      (208)732-6822                     Shields 202-C                 Mathematics-AS                                                               (208)732-6845             Shields 121
                                                                            Nolan Rice                         nrice@csi.edu
Criminal Justice-AA                                                         (208)732-6819                      Shields 206F                Theatre-AA
       Chris Meyerhoeffer               cmeyerhoeffer@csi.edu                                                                                      Shane Brown               sbrown@csi.edu
       (208)732-6873                    Hepworth 128A                 Music-AA                                                                     (208)732-6774             Fine Arts 81
                                                                             Scott Farkas                      sfarkas@csi.edu
Dance-AA                                                                     (208)732-6763                     Fine Arts 84A               Visual & Performing Arts-AA
       Cindy Jones                      cynthiajones@csi.edu                                                                                       Scott Farkas              sfarkas@csi.edu
       (208)732-6474                    Fine Arts 90                                                                                               (208)732-6763             Fine Arts 84A

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2021-2022 STUDENT GUIDE - College of Southern Idaho
Majors listed on this page are programs that have additional admission requirements. Students must successfully be admitted to the pro-   Major & Major Advisor
gram prior to declaring the degree as a major. Students are highly advised to work closely with the major advisors below for assistance
                                                                                                                                          Geospatial Technology-BTC                                Residential Construction-BTC
with the program admission process. Students may select an academic major from pages 15-16, which reflect their course taking behavior,
while working towards program acceptance.                                                                                                        Dr. Jeff Cooper             jcooper@csi.edu         Kory Lloyd (Interim)        klloyd@csi.edu
                                                                                                                                                 (208)732-6405               Evergreen A36           (208)732-6811               ATIC 132
Major & Major Advisor                                                                                                                     Heavy Equipment Ag Technology (HEAT)-AAS & ITC           Retail Management-BTC
Accounting/Bookkeeping-AAS                                            Collision Repair Technology-AAS, BTC & ITC                                 Rodney Higgins           rhiggins@csi.edu           Robin Bagent         rbagent@csi.edu
       Candace Boesiger                cboesiger@csi.edu                       Timothy Pierce           tpierce@csi.edu                          (208)732-6370            Desert                     (208)732-6392        Canyon 132
       (208)732-6410                   Canyon214                               (208)732-6336            Canyon 126
                                                                                                                                          Hospitality Management-AAS & ITC                         Surgical Technology-AAS
Administrative Assistant-BTC & ITC                                    Computer Support Technician-ITC                                             Dianne Jolovich          djolovich@csi.edu               Janet Milligan             jmilligan@csi.edu
       Kirk Ruby                   kruby@csi.edu                            Kirk Ruby                 kruby@csi.edu                               (208)732-6407            Desert 107A                     (208)732-6706              HSHS 135
       (208)732-6316               Canyon 103B                              (208)732-6316             Canyon 103B
                                                                                                                                          Industrial Systems Maintenance Technology- ITC           Surgical/Central Sterile Process Tech-BTC
Agri-Business-ITC                                                     Culinary Arts-AAS, BTC & ITC                                                Eli Bowles                ebowles@csi.edu                Carrie Nutsch               cnutsch@csi.edu
        Matthew Quesnell               mquesnell@csi.edu                      Michael Johnson                mjohnson@csi.edu                     (208)732-6377             ATIC 128                       (208)732-6715               HSHS 134
        (208)732-6403                  Evergreen A39                          (208)732-6381                  Desert 107A
                                                                                                                                          Intro to Cybersecurity-BTC                               Veterinary Technology-AAS
Agriculture-AAS & BTC                                                 Cybersecurity & Programming-AAS                                              Brian Gergens             bgergens@csi.edu              Dr. Jody Rockett           jrockett@csi.edu
        Matthew Quesnell               mquesnell@csi.edu                     Brian Gergens            bgergens@csi.edu                             (208)732-6313             Canyon 103D                   (208)732-6408              Evergreen A34
        (208)732-6403                  Evergreen A39                         (208)732-6313            Canyon 103D
                                                                                                                                          Law Enforcement-AAS, BTC & ITC                           Water Resource Management-BTC & ITC
Air Cond-Refrig & Heat-AAS, BTC & ITC                                 Dental Assistant-ITC                                                       Robert Storm            rstorm@csi.edu                   Dr. Jeff Cooper         jcooper@csi.edu
       Mike LaPray               mlapray@csi.edu                              Tonja Bowcut                   tbowcut@csi.edu                     (208)732-6339           Canyon 207                       (208)732-6405           Evergreen A36
       (208)732-6393             ATIC 110                                     (208)732-6708                  HSHS 125
                                                                                                                                          Machining & Manufacturing Technology-AAS, BTC & ITC
                                                                                                                                                                                                   Welding Technology-AAS, BTC & ITC
Animal Science Livestock Tech-ITC                                     Dental Hygiene-AAS                                                         James Kellis             jkellis@csi.edu
                                                                                                                                                                                                          Clay Wilkie              cwilkie@csi.edu
       Matthew Quesnell           mquesnell@csi.edu                          Jan Mandura (Interim)           jmandura@csi.edu                    (208)732-6379            ATIC 124
                                                                                                                                                                                                          (208)732-6372            Desert 100A
       (208)732-6403              Evergreen A39                              (208)732-6730                   HSHS 107
                                                                                                                                          Medical Assistant-ITC
                                                                                                                                                                                                   Woodworking Technology-AAS, BTC & ITC
Applied Technology & Apprenticeship-AAS                               Diesel Technology-AAS & ITC                                                Kara Mahannah               kmahannah@csi.edu
                                                                                                                                                                                                        Kory Lloyd (Interim)      klloyd@csi.edu
        Stefanie Hauff           shauff@csi.edu                               Dustin Holt                    dholt@csi.edu                       (208)732-6728               HSHS 133
                                                                                                                                                                                                        (208)732-6811             ATIC 132
        (208)732-6366            ATIC                                         (208)732-6371                  Desert
                                                                                                                                          Network Systems Technician-AAS
Aquaculture-AAS & ITC                                                 Digital Media-AAS & ITC                                                    Marcus Carpenter        marcuscarpenter@csi.edu
       Matt Wilson                     mwilson@csi.edu                        Laura Erickson                 lerickson@csi.edu                   (208)732-6309            Canyon 103E
       (208)733-3972                   Fish Hatchery                          (208)732-6308                  Evergreen C94
Automation Engineering Technology- AAS, BTC & ITC                     Drafting-AAS & ITC                                                         Tammy Pehrson               tpehrson@csi.edu
      Ben Hamlett                bhamlett@csi.edu                             Pat Ferrell                    pferrell@csi.edu                    (208)732-6727               HSHS 121
      (208)732-6374              ATIC 116                                     (208)732-6326                  ATIC 129
                                                                                                                                          Outdoor Recreation Leadership-BTC & ITC
Automotive Technology (ASEP)-AAS                                      Education-Early Childhood-AAS, BTC & ITC                                   Mike Young                myoung@csi.edu
      David Rodriquez            drodriquez@csi.edu                           Ellen Neff               eneff@csi.edu                             (208)732-6340             Outdoor Rec Center
      (208)732-6334              Canyon 130                                   (208) 732-6870           Hepworth 122
                                                                                                                                          Physical Therapist Assistant-AAS
Baking & Pastry-AAS, BTC & ITC                                        Emergency Medical Services-AAS, BTC & ITC                                   Jan Mandura                jmandura@csi.edu
        Pandora Handley                phandley@csi.edu                      Dillon Brock              dbrock@csi.edu                             (208)732-6730              HSHS 107
        (208)732-6380                  Canyon 206                            (208)732-6709             HSHS 116                                   Kristin Becker             kbecker@csi.edu
                                                                                                                                                  (208) 732-6251             Taylor 145
Business Mgmt/Entrepreneur-AAS & ITC                                  Fire Science-AAS & ITC
        Robin Bagent            rbagent@csi.edu                                Dillon Brock                  dbrock@csi.edu               Radiological Technology-AAS
        (208)732-6392           Canyon 132                                     (208)732-6709                 HSHS 116                             Jan Mandura (Interim)      jmandura@csi.edu
                                                                                                                                                  (208)732-6730              HSHS 107
Certified Nursing Assistant-BTC                                       Food Processing Technology-AAS, BTC, ITC & BAS
         Alma Padron                   apadron@csi.edu                       Ben Hamlett               bhamlett@csi.edu                   Renewable Energy Systems Technology-AAS
         (208)732-6713                 HSHS 127                              (208)732-6374             ATIC 116                                 Eli Bowles                 ebowles@csi.edu
                                                                                                                                                (208)732-6377              ATIC 128

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GENERAL EDUCATION                                                                                                                    DEGREE & CERTIFICATE REQUIREMENTS
                                                                                                                                    HUMANISTIC AND ARTISTIC WAYS OF KNOWING                    SOCIAL AND BEHAVIORAL WAYS OF KNOWING CONT.
General Education Core Courses                                                   WRITTEN COMMUNICATION
The general education core is intended to apply to all                                                                                                                                         POLS 102        Intro to Political Science                         3
                                                                                                                                                     General Education Courses
degrees and certificates recognized by the State Board of                             General Education Courses                                                                                POLS 221        Intro to International Relations                   3
                                                                                                                                    AA & AS (2 different disciplines)                      6   PSYC 101        Introduction to Psychology                         3
education (SBOE). A central component of SBOE policy is              AA & AS			                                                 6
                                                                     AAS			                                                     3   ARTS 101       Art History 1                           3   SOCY 101        Introduction to Sociology                          3
the requirement that a student working toward a degree or
                                                                                                                                    ARTS 102       Art History 2                           3   SOCY 102        Social Problems                                    3
certificate must complete coursework in the general educa-           ENGL 101       Writing & Rhetoric 1                        3
                                                                                                                                                                                               SOCY 105        Human Relations                                    3
                                                                                                                                    ARTS 103       Appreciation & History of Photography   3
tion core.                                                           ENGL 102       Writing & Rhetoric 2                        3
                                                                                                                                    DANC 101       Dance Appreciation                      3   Associate of Arts                                               Hours
In our rapidly-changing world, students need to understand                                                                          ENGL 126       Film & Literature                       3
                                                                                                                                                                                               General Education Hours (minimum 36 credits)
                                                                                    ORAL COMMUNICATION                              ENGL 175       Literature & Ideas                      3
how knowledge is generated and created. They need to                                                                                                                                           Oral Communication                                                 3
                                                                                                                                    ENGL 215       Survey of World Mythology               3
adapt to new knowledge and opportunities as they arise,                                General Education Course                                                                                Written Communication                                              6
                                                                                                                                    ENGL 257       Western World Literature 1              3
as well as effectively communicate and collaborate with                                                                                                                                        Humanistic and Artistic Ways of Knowing (2 diff. disciplines)      6
                                                                     AA, AS, AAS			                                             3   ENGL 258       Western World Literature 2              3
increasing diverse communities and ways of knowing. In                                                                                                                                         Mathematical Ways of Knowing                                       3
                                                                     COMM 101       Fundamentals of Oral Communication          3   ENGL 267       Survey of English Literature 1          3
combination with a student’s major, General Education                                                                                                                                          Scientific Ways of Knowing (2 courses with 1 lab course)           7
                                                                     COMM 209       Critical Thinking and Argumentation         3   ENGL 268       Survey of English Literature 2          3
                                                                                                                                                                                               Social and Behavioral Ways of Knowing (2 diff. disciplines)        6
competencies prepare students to use multiple strategies in                                                                         ENGL 277       Survey of American Lit 1                3
                                                                                                                                                                                               Introduction to General Education                                  3
an integrative manner, to explore, critically analyze, and                                                                          ENGL 278       Survey of American Lit 2                3
                                                                              MATHEMATICAL WAYS OF KNOWING                                                                                     Wellness                                                           2
creatively address real-world issues and challenges. Course                                                                         FREN 101       Elementary French 1                     4
                                                                                                                                                                                               Minimum Hours Required for this Degree                            60
work provides graduates with an understanding of self, the                            General Education Courses                     FREN 102       Elementary French 2                     4
physical world, the development and functioning of human             AA & AS 			                                                3   HUMA 101       Intro to Humanities 1                   3   Associate of Science                                            Hours
society, and its cultural and artistic endeavors, as well as         AAS			                                                     3   HUMA 106       Modern Humanities                       3   General Education Hours (minimum 36 credits)
an understanding of the methodologies, value systems, and                                                                           JAPN 101       Elementary Japanese 1                   4   Oral Communication                                                 3
                                                                     MATH 123       Math in Modern Society                      3
                                                                                                                                    JAPN 102       Elementary Japanese 2                   4
thought processes employed in human inquiries. General               MATH 143       College Algebra                             3                                                              Written Communication                                              6
                                                                                                                                    MUSI 100       Introduction to Music                   3   Humanistic and Artistic Ways of Knowing (2 diff. disciplines)      6
Education helps instill students with the personal and civic         MATH 153       Statistical Methods                         3   MUSI 108       Survey of Jazz & Pop Music              3
responsibilities of good citizenship. General Education pre-                                                                                                                                   Mathematical Ways of Knowing                                       3
                                                                     MATH 147       College Algebra & Trigonometry              5   PHIL 101       Introduction to Philosophy              3   Scientific Ways of Knowing (2 courses with 1 lab course)           7
pares graduates as adaptive, life-long learners.                     MATH 160       Survey of Calculus                          4   PHIL 103       Introduction to Ethics                  3   Social and Behavioral Ways of Knowing (2 diff. disciplines)        6
                                                                     MATH 170       Calculus 1                                  5   PORT 101       Elementary Portuguese 1                 4
All general education courses meet the requirements for                                                                                                                                        Introduction to General Education                                  3
                                                                                                                                    PORT 102       Elementary Portuguese 2                 4   Wellness                                                           2
GEM designation in the state of Idaho.                                                                                              SIGL 101       American Sign Language 1                4
                                                                                SCIENTIFIC WAYS OF KNOWING                                                                                     Minimum Hours Required for this Degree                            60
                  General Education Groups                                                                                          SIGL 102       American Sign Language 2                4
                                                                                      General Education Courses                     SIGL 201       American Sign Language 3                4   Academic Certificate                                            Hours
Depending on the degree or program, General Education
                                                                     AA & AS (2 different disciplines/1 lab)                    7   SIGL 202       American Sign Language 4                4   General Education Hours (minimum 36 credits)
requirements or courses may vary. Work closely with your                                                                            SPAN 101       Elementary Spanish 1                    4
                                                                     AGRI 180       Food System Science                         4                                                              Written Communication                                              6
advisor to understand these variances.                                                                                              SPAN 102       Elementary Spanish 2                    4   Oral Communication                                                 3
                                                                     ALLH 220       Fundamentals of Nutrition                   3   SPAN 201       Intermediate Spanish 1                  4   Mathematical Ways of Knowing                                       3
     INTRODUCTION TO GENERAL EDUCATION                               ANTH 104       Intro to Biological Anthropology            3   SPAN 202       Intermediate Spanish 2                  4   Scientific Ways of Knowing                                         8
                                                                     ANTH 104L*     Biological Anthropology Lab                 1   THEA 101       Theatre Appreciation                    3   Humanistic and Artistic Ways of Knowing                            6
              Institutionally Designated Courses                     BIOL 100       Concepts of Biology                         4   THEA 201       Theatre History 1                       3   Social and Behavioral Ways of Knowing                              6
 AA & AS		                                                 3         BIOL 102       Environmental Science                       3   THEA 202       Theatre History 2                       3   Introduction to General Education                                  3
                                                                     BIOL 102L*     Environmental Science Lab                   1                                                              Wellness                                                           2
 GNED 101       Introduction to General Education          3
                                                                     BIOL 201       Biology 1                                   4   SOCIAL AND BEHAVIORAL WAYS OF KNOWING                      Minimum Hours Required for this Certificate                       36
                                                                     BIOL 221       Introductory Microbiology                   4
                         WELLNESS                                    BIOL 227       Human Anatomy & Physiology 1                4                    General Education Courses                 Associate of Applied Science                                    Hours
                                                                     BIOL 228       Human Anatomy & Physiology 2                4   Social Science AA & AS (2 different disciplines)       6   General Education Hours (minimum 15 credits)
              Institutionally Designated Courses
                                                                     CHEM 100       Concepts of Chemistry                       4                  AAS                                     3   Oral Communication                                                 3
 AA & AS		                                                 2         CHEM 101       Introduction to Chemistry                   4   ANTH 101       Physical Anthropology                   3   Written Communication                                              3
 WELL 100       Wellness Sandbox                         1-6         CHEM 102       Essentials of Organic & Biochemistry        5   ANTH 102       Cultural Anthropology                   3   Mathematical Ways of Knowing                                       3
 WELL 101       Lifelong Wellness 1                        1         CHEM 111       General Chemistry 1                         5   COMM 102       Interpersonal Communication             3   Social and Behavioral Ways of Knowing                              3
 WELL 102       Lifelong Wellness 2                        2                                                                        COMM 220       Intercultural Communication             3   Other General Education Courses                                    3
                                                                     GEOG 100       Physical Geography                          4
                                                                                                                                                                                                *Excludes Institutionally Designated Credits
 WELL 255       Wellness Through Healthy Living            3         GEOL 101       Physical Geology                            4   CRIJ 103       Introduction to Law & Justice           3
                                                                                                                                                                                               Minimum Hours Required for this Degree                            60
                                                                     GEOL 102       Historical Geology                          4   ECON 201       Principles of Macroeconomics            3
                                                                     GEOL 104       Natural Disasters & Environmental Geology   4   ECON 202       Principles of Microeconomics            3   Intermediate Technical Certificate                              Hours
                                                                     GEOL 105       Geology of National Parks                   3   EDUC 204       Families, Communities & Culture         3   General Education Hours (minimum 9 credits)
                                                                     PHYS 100       Survey of Physics                           4   GEOG 102       Cultural Geography                      3   Oral Communication or Written Communication                        3
                                                                     PHYS 101       Survey of Astronomy                         4   GEOG 200       World Regional Geography                3   Mathematical Ways of Knowing                                       3
                                                                                                                                    HIST 101       World History 1                         3   Social and Behavioral Ways of Knowing                              3
                                                                     PHYS 111       General Physics 1                           4
                                                                                                                                    HIST 102       World History 2                         3   Minimum Hours Required for this Certificate                       30
                                                                     PHYS 112       General Physics 2                           4
                                                                                                                                    HIST 111       US History 1                            3
                                                                     PHYS 211       Physics for Scientists & Engineers 1        5                                                              Basic Technical Certificate                                     Hours
                                                                                                                                    HIST 112       US History 2                            3
*BIOL 102L and ANTH 104L only count as General Ed if taken with the lecture                                                         POLS 101       American National Government            3   Hours Required for this Certificate                              8-29
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CSI Advising Center
           Course SchedulingPLANNER
                                                                                                                      COURSE CODE LEGEND
     Setting up an ideal class schedule can be tricky. Before filling out your semester time schedule, take time to
     mark off the days and hours already committed to work and other obligations such as family travel time and
     recreation. Keep in mind the study time and work formulas outlined below when selecting the number of
     classes you will take.
                                                                                                                      COURSE TYPE
            If you work:         40 hours/week       30 hours/week       20 hours/week         5-15 hours/week
                                                                                                                      Listed after the Course number (ENGL 101L C01)
                                                                                                                          A Assisted (has an additional co-req.)
         Take no more than:         6 credits           9 credits           12 credits           14-16 credits
                                                                                                                          B Both (Lecture and Lab together)
                                                                                                                          C Clinical
                                                                                                                          E Credit By Exam
     Term                                                                                                                 L Lab
                                                                                                                          I   Independent Study Course
            Time           Mon             Tues         Wed            Thurs             Fri              Sat             R Recitation (Additional Classroom time)

          9:00-10:00                                                                                                  SECTION LOCATION
                                                                                                                      Listed before the Section number (ENGL 101L C01W)
                                                                                                                          B Blaine County Center (Hailey, ID)
          12:00-1:00                                                                                                      C Twin Falls Campus
           1:00-2:00                                                                                                      J   Jerome Center
                                                                                                                          M Mini-Cassia Center (Burley, ID)
                                                                                                                          N Gooding Center
           3:00-4:00                                                                                                      T Twin Falls Off-Campus
           6:00-7:00                                                                                                  SECTION TYPE
                                                                                                                      Listed after the section number (ENGL 101 C01W)
                                                                                                                          A Hybrid (combination of online and in-person)
          9:00-10:00                                                                                                      H Honors (additional course rigor)
                                                                                                                          I   Independent Study Section
                                                                                                                          M Computer Sync (delivered online w/ scheduled web meetings)
     Notes :                                                                                                              S Community Engaged Learning
                                                                                                                          V Video-Conferencing
                                                                                                                          W Web (delivered online with no in-person meeting

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                                                                                                  CSI provides access to higher education throughout South Central Idaho by offering classes and student services
                                                                                                  at off-campus centers in Burley, Gooding, Jerome and Hailey. The off-campus centers provide convenient lo-
                                                                                                  cations for students in rural areas to work toward a degree, prepare to transfer to a four-year institution, or take
                                                                                                  classes to gain skills for a career change. In addition, each center also offers a wide range of community educa-
                                                                                                  tion non-credit classes to promote learning and creative exploration for people of all ages. At the CSI off-campus
                                                                                                  centers, students can truly stay near and go far!


          Fin i s h o n T i m e !                                                                  Blaine County Center
                                                                                                   Community Campus
                                                                                                   1050 Fox Acres Road
                                                                                                   Hailey, ID 83333
Associate degrees at the College of Southern Idaho require 60 or more credit hours to complete.    Phone: 208-788-2033
                                                                                                                                                                                  Jerome Center
The experience of many full-time, degree-seeking students consistently shows that if you           E-mail: hstar@csi.edu
                                                                                                            kaguayo@csi.edu*                                                      104 West Main St.
complete 15 credit hours or more per semester or 30 credits per year, you are more likely to       Website: www.csi.edu/blaine                                                    Jerome, ID 83338
graduate on time and improve your GPA. Graduating on time can be a major advantage to you,                                                                                        Phone: (208) 324-5101
                                                                                                                                                                                  E-mail: cperez@csi.edu*
both in terms of saved money, and the opportunity to enter your chosen field to begin earning                                                                                              rcastro2@csi.edu*
higher wages sooner. At CSI, we want to help you to begin now to “Think 30”!                                                                                                      Website: www.csi.edu/jerome

         CREDITS          Fall Semester   Spring Semester   Summer Semester       Annual Total

         Full-Time             15               15                                 30 credits
                                                                                                                                                           • Hailey
       Full Time With
                               12               12                 6               30 credits                                                         • Gooding
                                                                                                                                                          • Jerome
     Full and Part-Time                                                                                                                                     Twin Falls
                               15               9                  6               30 credits
            Mixed                                                                                                                                                 • Burley

         CLASSES          Fall Semester   Spring Semester   Summer Semester       Annual Total

         Full-Time             5                5                                  10 Classes       Gooding Center
                                                                                                    202 14th Ave. E.
       Full Time With                                                                               Gooding, ID 83330
                               4                4                  2               10 Classes       Phone: 208-934-8678
                                                                                                    E-mail: cperez@csi.edu*
     Full and Part-Time                                                                                     sjacobson@csi.edu
                               5                3                  2               10 Classes
            Mixed                                                                                   Website: www.csi.edu/gooding

Save Money. CSI’s Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships can help you know how to make                                                                                          Mini-Cassia Center
your best financial choices to pay for college.                                                                                                                                   1600 Parke Avenue
                                                                                                                                                                                  Burley, ID 83318
Reduce Debt. Students who take 15-credit course loads each semester are more likely to                                                                                            Phone: 208-678-1400
graduate, pay less in tuition and living expenses, and gain additional years of earnings.                                                                                         E-mail: achristopherson@csi.edu
                                                                                                          * Se Habla Español.
Graduate and Get a Job Earlier. Here is where the math really does add up! Completing 30                                                                                          Website: www.csi.edu/minicassia
credits per year allows you to finish on time and start your career.
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TRANSFER GUIDE RESOURCE                                                                                                                          OFFICE OF THE REGISTRAR
CSI has developed a transfer guide website to assist students in navigating the transfer process from CSI
to other regionally accredited colleges and universities. The transfer guide is used to help you make con-                                            Location: Taylor Building • Phone: 208.732.6795 • Email: records@csi.edu
nections to the resources you need for a successful transfer.
                                                                                                                                              Catalog                                        Deadlines
Visit the website at:                                                                                                                         • 3 Sections                                   • Academic Calendar in the Catalog
www.csi.edu/advising/transfer-guide                                                                                                              ◊ Campus Policy & Procedures                • Registration Deadline: Noon on
                                                                                                                                                 ◊ Degree & Certificate Options                Wednesday of the first week (for most
                                                                                                                                                 ◊ Course Descriptions, including Pre-         courses).
                                                                                                                                                    requisites and Corequisites              • Drop Deadline: 11:59 PM, Sunday
                                          Brian O’Rorke
                                          Hepworth Building 144D                                                                                    ƒ Prerequisite: Foundational Knowl-        following the first week (for full-term
                                          (208) 933-2305                                                                                               edge you must prove before taking       courses)
BBA, Accountancy                               BAS, Bachelor of Applied Science                 BBA, Management                                        a course.                               ◊ Deadline published on the Student
BS, Criminal Justice
BS, Cyber Operations and Resilience
                                               BA, Multidisciplinary Studies
                                               BA, Public Health
                                                                                                BS, Imaging Sciences
                                                                                                BS, Nursing - RN to BSN
                                                                                                                                                    ƒ Corequisite: Two Courses that                Schedule in MyCSI
BSW, Social Work*                              BA, Public Relations                             BS, Respiratory Care                                   must be taken together                  ◊ Full Tuition Refund
                                                                                                                                              • Catalog Rights                                 ◊ Course will not appear on the Tran-
                                          Chris Vaage
                                          Hepworth Building 144/144A
                                                                             Christy Bowman-Lantz
                                                                                                                                              Waitlist                                         ◊ May be completed in MyCSI
                                          (208) 933-2301                     (208) 933-2302                                                   • Allows students to get in line for full      • Withdraw Deadline: 5:00 PM, 75% of
                                                                                                                                                courses.                                       the course
BA, Anthropology
BA, Early Childhood Education Blended
                                                BA, History
                                                BBA, Health Care Administration
                                                                                                    BS, Emergency Management
                                                                                                    BS, Emergency Medical Services
                                                                                                                                              • Ends the weekend prior to the beginning        ◊ Deadline published on the Student
BA/BS, Elementary Education                     BBA, Management                                     BS, Fire Services Administration            of the term                                        Schedule in MyCSI
BS, Secondary Ed, Endorsements in               BBA, Marketing                                      BS, Nursing – RN to BSN
  Business or Family Consumer Science           BA/BS, Psychology                                   BS, Workplace Training & Leadership
                                                                                                                                              • Best Practice: If it is 10 days or less        ◊ No Tuition Refund
BBA, Finance                                    BA, Sociology                                                                                   before the term begins, select a different     ◊ Course will appear on the Transcript
BBA, General Business                           BS, Surveying & Geomatics Engineering
BA, General Studies                               Technology                                                                                    course or section.                                 with a “W” Grade
                                                                                                                                                                                               ◊ Must be completed in-person or
                                                                                                                                              Holds                                                through email
                                          E. Rosita Nabarrete                                                                                 • Placed for a variety of reasons                ◊ Will not affect the student’s GPA
                                          (208) 366-5644
                                                                                                                                                ◊ Library Fees
                                                                                                                                                ◊ Traffic Tickets                            Tuition Loan Agreement
BA/BS, Accounting                              BA/BS Computed Tomography                        BA/BS, Radiographic Science
BAS, Business                                  BA/BS Elementary Education                       BSW, Social Work (hybrid)*                      ◊ Business Office Debt                       • Allows students to spread their Tuition
BA/BS, Business Administration                 BA/BS, General Studies                           BA/BS Sport Administration                      ◊ Academic Standing issues                      and Fees Balance over three payments
BA/BS, Business & Communication                BA/BS, General Studies: Social Sciences          BA/BS, Sport Media Studies
BA/BS, Business Management                     BA/BAS/BS, Interdisciplinary Studies                                                           • May prevent registration, ability to order      (two for Summer term)
BA/BS Communication Arts                       BSN, Nursing - RN to BSN                                                                         transcripts, and mailing of diplomas         • $50 processing fee added to student
                                                                                                                                              • Can be viewed in MyCSI along with               account
                                          Amanda Moore-Kriwox                         Diana Olmos                                               instructions on how to resolve the hold      • Must submit first payment AND Loan
                                          College of Agriculture and Life Sciences    Office of Admissions
                                          Evergreen Building Room B64                 Hepworth Building 144E                                                                                    Agreement Form by the Payment Dead-
BS, Agricultural Science, Communication         BS, Criminology                                     BS, Human Development and Family
  and Leadership                                BGS, General Studies                                  Studies
B.S.Ed, Career & Technical Education            BA/BS, History                                      BS, Organizational Sciences
BA/BS, Communication                                                                                BA/BS, Psychology

                                                                                                                          *Not Fully Online
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Drop for No Show                               Out of District Charges
• Students who do not attend class or          • Submit a Certificate of Residency to your
  complete an educational experience             home county each Academic Year
  during the first week may be administra-     • Must include your EDUID (found on

                                                                                                   o u r
  tively dropped.                                your CSI Schedule in MyCSI)

                                                                                             Use Y
• Faculty must complete drops by 5:00          Change of Major
  PM on Friday of the first week.              • Only one major is recognized at a time
                                               • Changes may be requested through
Academic Standing                                MyCSI

                                                                                                                  c e s !
• Good Standing: GPA 2.0 and above             • Allow 3-5 Business Days for processing
• Academic Warning: 1st semester below
  ◊ Must complete an Online Student
     Success Tutorial before registering for
     the next term
                                               Graduation Application
                                               • Should be completed the term before
                                                 you plan to complete
                                               • Must apply, even if you do not plan on
                                                                                                      R e s o u r
• Academic Probation: 2nd semester               participating in the Commencement           The beginning of your CSI experience is a transition—
  below 2.0                                      Ceremony                                    whether you’re taking your first college course or
  ◊ Must complete a Plan for Academic                                                        have college credit from Dual Credit or AP tests. Take
     Student Success with a Student Suc-       Transcripts                                   advantage of your full CSI experience and actively par-
     cess Advisor prior to registration for    • Unofficial Transcripts are available in     ticipate in CSI’s abundance of student resources.
     the next term                                MyCSI for Free
  ◊ Students remain on Academic Pro-           • Official Transcripts can be order through
     bation until their Cumulative GPA is         the National Student Clearinghouse for a
     above a 2.0                                  nominal fee
• Academic Suspension: Term below 2.0          • Enrollment Verification forms and Good
  while on Probation                              Student Discount forms are also avail-
  ◊ Must take the next Fall/Spring term           able on the National Student Clearing-
     off or appeal to the Registrar.              house website for free.

Alternative Credit                            Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act
• Allows students to earn credit for pre-     (FERPA)
   viously completed exams or real-world      • Guarantees 4 rights
   experience that correspond with estab-        ◊ Right to review your records
   lished curriculum                             ◊ Right to request changes for error
• Pass/Fail Grade                                ◊ Right to control the release of person-
• Students must be currently enrolled in            ally identifiable information
   the term they are requesting the credit to       ƒ Excludes Directory Information
   be awarded. Requests are accepted after             (See Catalog)
   the end drop deadline until the last day      ◊ Right to complain to the US Depart-
   of the term.                                     ment of Education if one of your
                                                    rights is violated
                                              • Privacy Waiver Forms available at the
                                                 Office of the Registrar

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STUDENT ACCOUNTS                                                                                            STUDENT ACCOUNTS
                             Online Student Portal                                                                                      Free                                       Digital Safety
                             As an active student, you get instant access to a secure online portal where                               Software!                                  Tips
                             you can view important updates or complete common tasks related to your
                                                                                                                                         Active students                            CSI’s Technology Team con-
                             account. For example, you can register for a course, change majors, connect
                                                                                                                                         get free access to                         siders your digital safety its top
                             with an advisor, or see your course schedule. Visit https://my.csi.edu and
                                                                                                                                         Microsoft Office                           priority. The rise of cybercrimes
                             login with your student network account.
                                                                                                                                         365 software for         like identity theft, phishing attacks, malware,
                                                                                                                                         the duration of          and impersonation tactics are constant threats
                                                                                                            their enrollment at CSI. This access includes         to CSI students, faculty, and staff. Therefore, we
                Learning                                                                                    familiar applications like Microsoft Word, Excel,     take aggressive measures to keep your identity
                                                                                                            PowerPoint, and OneNote, along with newer             safe and prevent unauthorized access to your
                Management                                                                                  applications like Publisher, Sway, and Planner.       electronic information. To help you have a safe
                                                                                                            Students also get free access to secure email         computing experience during your time at CSI,
                System                                                                                      with Microsoft Outlook and are allocated 5 TB         follow the tips below:
CSI uses Canvas as its primary learning manage-                                                             of secure online storage via Microsoft OneDrive.      • Use common sense when engaging digital
ment system. This application allows instructors to                                                         Microsoft Office applications can be installed on       strangers.
communicate with you and share materials related                                                            up to 15 personal devices (5 desktops, 5 tablets,
                                                                                                                                                                  • Use strong passphrases that only you can
to your courses. To access this application, login to
MyCSI with your student network account and tap
                                                             CSI Student Webmail                            and 5 smartphones).
                                                                                                            To access the suite of applications, login to MyCSI
                                                             is CSI’s student e-mail system. Each student                                                         • Treat passwords like underwear: Don’t
the blue tile labeled, “Canvas”.                             who registers for a credit class receives an   with your student network account and select the
                                                                                                                                                                    share, change often, don’t leave around,
                                                             account. E-mail is the primary means of        waffle icon in the upper-left corner of the web
                                                                                                                                                                    longer is better.
                                                             written communication with CSI students.       browser as shown in the illustration below.
                                                             Students are expected to check their
                                                             account regularly. Not checking e-mail
                                                             regularly may lead to missing important                              Need technical assistance? We’re here to help!
                                                             information, announcements, or deadlines.

                                                                                                                                                                         Phone: (208) 732-6311
                 Canvas                                                     EagleWiFi
               If you’re wondering, “is there                                CSI has structured a
               an app for that?”, there is! The                              comprehensive high-speed                                                                    Web: http://my.csi.edu
               Canvas Student App is avail-                                  secure wireless fabric to
               able for download to both                                     ensure students can access
Android and iOS devices.                                     important services from almost anywhere on
If you’re having a problem with Canvas outside               campus such as classrooms, outdoor spaces,                                                                  Social: #CSITechHelp
of the hours when the IT Service Desk is open,               parking lots, and sporting venues. To access
you have access to Tier One Canvas support.                  the secure wireless network, connect
Simply click the “Help” icon in the Canvas                   to “EagleWiFi” from the list of wireless
left-hand navigation bar and select from the                 networks. There is a secondary wireless                                                                     Walk-Up: Canyon Bldg Room 114
options provided to chat or phone for help.                  network, “CSI-Visitor-Limited” which may
                                                             not allow you to access all CSI resources.
                                                             To use either wireless network, it is a good
                                                             idea to register your device first at                                                                       Email: helpdesk@csi.edu
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                                                                                 Student Disability Services (SDS)                           Scott Lindquist • 208.732.6260 • slindquist@csi.edu
                                                                                 at the College of Southern Idaho,
 The Eagle Informs is a student newsletter
                                                                                 in concert with the faculty, staff,
 created to connect and inform every CSI                                         and administration, strives to
                                                                                                                                                Process for Requesting Services
 student about current events and important                                      ensure the provision of reasonable                          1. Fill out the online SDS intake form

 dates happening on and off campus. The                                          accommodations for all qualified
                                                                                                                                                  • The form can be accessed on the SDS website (csi.edu/
                                                                                 students with disabilities. Our goal is
 newsletter goes out once a week and is the                                      to create equal access to all curricular
 main source of information for student activ-                                   and co-curricular offerings in order                        2. Provide documentation of the disability

 ities.                                                                          to provide an equal opportunity                             3. Attend an intake appointment with the SDS Coordinator to discuss
                                                                                 for students with disabilities to                              possible services/accommodations
                                                                                 demonstrate their skills, knowledge,
                                                                                                                                             4. Once the intake appointment has been completed and the SDS
     HOW TO READ THE EAGLE INFORMS:                                              and abilities as they pursue their
                                                                                                                                                Coordinator has reviewed the documentation, the student will be
                                                                                 educational goals.
                                                                                                                                                notified if they qualify for services.
     1. Check your CSI email account.            Your student email address is
                                                                                 In accordance with Section 504 of                           5. If the student qualifies for services, a Letter of Accommodation
     2. Look for the subject “The Eagle          the primary way you will be     the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 as                              (LOA) listing the services/accommodations they have been
        Informs.”                                contacted by CSI. Set up your   amended and with the Americans                                 approved for will be generated.
                                                                                 with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990 as                           • Both the student and their instructors will be emailed a copy of
     3. Email info@csi.edu to share              address on your phone so you    amended, Student Disability Services                               the LOA
        your information in the student          have easy access wherever you   is proactive in developing specialized
                                                                                                                                             6. Each following semester the student attends CSI they will
        newsletter.                              go!                             accommodations to support the
                                                                                                                                                need to request a new LOA if they wish to receive services/
                                                                                 abilities of each individual eligible for
                                                                                 such services.

                                                                                 Guidelines for Documentation                                                             Accommodations
                                                                                 It is the student’s responsibility to                                                Students may be eligible for a range of accom-
                                                                                 provide documentation of their disability.                                           modations, based on their disability. Possible
                                                                                 Documentation provided to SDS should:                                                accommodations may include but are not limited
                                                                                 • Be from an impartial and qualified                                                 to:
                                                                                   professional                                                                       •          Test-taking accommodations
                                                                                 • Should reflect the student’s diagnosis,                                            •          Assistive Technology
                                                                                   barriers, and limitations as it relates to an                                      •          Classroom/Lab Adjustments
                                                                                   academic environment
                                                                                                                                                                      •          Textbook in Alternate Format
                                                                                 • Examples of documentation that could
                                                                                   be helpful include medical records,                                                •          Sign Language Interpreter
                                                                                   psychological evaluations, and school

                                                                                 Colleges are not required to lower or substantially modify essential class requirements. For example, although you may be allowed an accommodation of
                                                                                 extended time to take a test, the college is not required to change the substantive content of the test. Additionally colleges do not have to make adjustments
                                                                                 that would fundamentally alter the nature of a service, program, or activity and or result in an undue financial or administrative burden to the institution.
                                                                                 Finally, colleges are not required to provide personal attendants, individually prescribed devices, readers for personal use or study, or other devices or ser-
                                                                                 vices of a personal nature such as tutoring or typing.

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