Student Success

Stay Near, go far, succeed! The College of Southern Idaho is committed to your success as a student. The Student Success webpage will link you to campus resources, student success spotlights, and valuable tips to help you achieve your goal.

Remember, although no one can go back and make a brand new start, anyone can start from now and make a brand new ending. Don’t get discouraged!  Ask for help, ask questions, get counseling, or get tutoring.  Do whatever you can to help set yourself up for success!


Student Spotlight

Tiffany Wuensch
Layna Irwin
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Did you know?

Between 2008 and 2018, Idaho will create 239,000 job vacancies both from new jobs and from job openings due to retirement. 146,000 of these jobs will require a college credential. Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce, 2011

By 2020, 63% of all jobs in Idaho will REQUIRE a college credential.  Complete College America, 2011

A person with an Associate’s Degree can make up to $400,000 more in their lifetime than someone with a high school or GED education.  US Census Bureau Data, 2005

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Why Graduate?

Whatever your end goal may be, make achieving an Associate’s degree the first step! Here are some great reasons why this step is so important:

  • Earn a marketable credential -   Without a degree, all you are left with is a transcript.
  • Earn more money - You could can earn as much as $8,000 more per year.
  • Lock in your credits - Unfinished degrees and courses depreciate over time.
  • Save money - Credits can be up to 50% less at the community college level.
  • Favorable Transfer - Transfer to a 4-year school in junior standing.