Tuition and Fees

 

Select Semester:

Fall 2015/Spring 2016



Tuition and Fees for Fall 2015 are due in full by 11:59 p.m. on Friday, August 28th.
Payment may be made:
  • Online at any time before the deadline by credit card or e-check in MyCSI, or
  • In person by 5:00 p.m.

Tuition and Fees for Spring 2016 are due in full by 11:59 p.m. on Friday, January 22nd.
Payment may be made:
  • Online at any time before the deadline by credit card or e-check in MyCSI, or
  • In person by 5:00 p.m.

The following tuition schedule is for the Fall/Spring 2015-2016 school year and is subject to change by the action of the Board of Trustees for any subsequent semester.

Tuition and Fees Fall 2015/Spring 2016

In-District   (Residents of Jerome, Twin Falls, Ada, Canyon, and Kootenai counties)
$120.00 per credit.
     
Out-of-District   Out-of District - $120.00 (student) plus $50(county) total $170.00 per credit. Students will be billed $50 per credit up to a maximum of 10 credits or $500 per semester. CSI will bill the student's county of legal residence for the out-of-district portion of tuition once an approved certicate is received from the county. It is the student's responsibility to submit a Certificate of Residency form at the time of registration. If you have further questions, contact your county clerk, CSI Business Office or CSI Office of the Registrar.

* Students will be billed this portion unless CSI has received an approved Certificate of Residency from your county.
     
Out-of-State and Foreign   $280.00 per credit.
     
In-District Dual Credit at High School   High School students are charged $65.00 per credit for classes taken for dual credit at a High School. All courses taken outside of the High School classroom (on campus, online) will be charged the tuition rate associated with the student's resident status.
     
Out-of-District Dual Credit at High School   Out-of District - $65.00 (student) plus $50 (county) total $115.00 per credit. Students will be billed $50 per credit up to a maximum of 10 credits or $500 per semester. CSI will bill the student's county of legal residence for the out-of-district portion of tuition once an approved certicate is received from the county. It is the student's responsibility to submit a Certificate of Residency form at the time of registration. If you have further questions, contact your county clerk, CSI Business Office or CSI Office of the Registrar.

* Students will be billed this portion unless CSI has received an approved Certificate of Residency from your county.
     
Due Date: 
Fall 2015 Tuition is due by 11:59 p.m. on Friday, August 28th.
Spring 2016 Tuition is due by 11:59 p.m. on Friday, January 22nd.


Early Start, Short Term, Late Start, Community Education and Non-Credit courses

  • Tuition and fees for all courses that do not run the entire semester, such as: Early Start, Short Term, Late Start, Community Education and Non-Credit courses are due at the time of registration regardless of when the class starts.
  • Students withdrawing from all courses that do not run the entire semester, such as: Early Start, Short Term, Late Start, Community Education and Non-Credit courses will be refunded 100% if the course is dropped prior to the first day of class.
  • Students who do not pay at the time of registration and withdraw themselves or are withdrawn by a CSI employee after the start date of the course will still owe in full for that course.
  • It is the student's responsibility to be aware of the course due dates and refund periods.

Fall 2015 Tuition Due Date Notice

Tuition and Fees are due in full by 11:59 p.m. on Friday, August 28th.
Payment may be made:
  • Online at any time before the deadline by credit card or e-check in MyCSI, or
  • In person by 5:00 p.m.
  • Payment is expected in full unless a Tuition Loan Agreement (payment plan) is on file by 5:00 p.m. on the deadline date.
  • Students whose Financial Aid packages are not complete and ready for disbursement will also be required to adhere to the above payment schedule.
  • Students who do not pay by the deadline will be assessed a $75.00 late fee. In addition, if the account is not paid in full or a Tuition Loan Agreement is not completed by Thursday, September 3rd, the student will be dropped for non-payment. Students dropped for non-payment will not be reinstated or re-enrolled in full-semester classes. However, the student may still enroll in available late start classes (payment will be due at the time of registration)
  • Refund Policy for Fall 2015:
    • 100% refund will apply until 11:59 p.m. on Friday, August 28th
    • After August 28th no refunds will be given for courses that have already started.
  • Tuition Loan Agreements: 1/3 of the account balance must be paid at the time the Tuition Loan Agreement is signed. The $50 processing fee for the Tuition Loan Agreement will be added to the account balance prior to the 1/3 payment. The original loan agreement must be signed by the student in person and then payments made according to the following schedule:

Tuition Loan Agreement Payment Deadlines & Payment Amounts

Payment Due Dates Amount Due Example: Full time
(12 credits @
$120+ $50) $1,490***

First Payment

*August 28th

1/3 Account Balance

$496.67

Second Payment

**September 25th

1/3 Account Balance

$496.67

Third Payment

**October 30th

1/3 Account Balance

$496.67

*Students who do not meet the first payment deadline will be assessed a $75.00 late fee. If the account is not paid or a Tuition Loan Agreement is not completed by Thursday, September 3rd, the student will be dropped for non-payment.Students dropped for non-payment will not be reinstated or re-enrolled in full semester classes. However, the student may still enroll in available late start classes (payment will be due at the time of registration).

**Students who do not meet subsequent payment deadlines will be assessed a $75 late fee for each missed payment. While they will not be dropped for non-payment; a hold will be placed on their accounts, and delinquent accounts are sent to collection.

***Only includes regular tuition and fees.

Room and Board Fees

All dormitory residents are required to purchase a meal ticket. For information regarding prices for room and board, contact the residence hall at 208-733-9554 ext. 6575.

The initial $400 payment for the Fall term is due by July 1st, and the remaining balance must be paid by 5:00 p.m. on the first day of the term. The initial $400 payment for Spring term is due December 1st with the remaining balance due the first day of the Spring term. A $75 late fee will be assessed beginning Monday of the second week of the term for any unpaid balance. If a student moves from the dorm during the term, money paid for room, board, and deposit will be forfeited for that term. Room and board prices are subject to change but generally remain the lowest priced of any state institution.


Late Fees

The minimum late fee is $75.

Due dates for each semester are posted online and are available from Records and Admissions and the Business Offices.

Delinquent Accounts

Student disregard for payment of returned checks or any other direct obligation to the college or its affiliated entities will necessitate withholding of grades, credits, transcripts, diplomas, etc., and will impair eligibility to continue in courses until satisfactory settlement has been made with the Business Office. The college reserves the right to turn collectibles over to a collection agency for collection.

The College does not extend credit to individual students for the purchase of tuition and fees, books, supplies or other costs incidental to student attendance at the College.

Eligibility for Payment from Federal or State Agencies, Loans, Grants, or Scholarships

Students who plan to attend CSI under a program provided by federal or state agencies must submit satisfactory evidence of eligibility for admittance under such a program at the time of enrollment. This may be accomplished by submitting official authorization from the agency at the time of enrollment or by direct advice in writing to the college from said agency prior to enrollment.

Veterans' benefits are payable to the individual recipient. Therefore, evidence of this eligibility cannot be accepted in lieu of cash.

Evidence of approved scholarships, grants, and loans from CSI administered funds will be accepted in lieu of cash.

NOTE: In all instances, arrangements regarding any of the above must be made in writing prior to enrollment.

Servicing and Collections

If we need to contact you to service your account or to collect amounts you owe, you authorize us (and our affiliates, agents, and contractors) to contact you at any number you provide, from which you call us, or at which we believe we can reach you.  We may contact you in any way, such as calling or texting.  We may contact you using an automated dialer or prerecorded messages.  We may contact you on a mobile, wireless or similar device, even if you are charged for it.  We may monitor and record any calls between you and us.

 

Contact Information:
Contact Person: Maria Anderson
Taylor Building 1st Floor
315 Falls Avenue PO Box 1238
Twin Falls, ID 83303-1238
Phone: 208-732-6212 or 800-680-0274, ext. 6212
Fax: 208-736-3015 (This is a shared fax. Please use a cover sheet.)
E-mail: StudentAccounts@csi.edu