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Blaine County Center Scholarships

The CSI Blaine County Center administers scholarships for fall and spring semesters for students who live in Blaine County and are attending CSI. The scholarships are intended to help local students pursue their educational and career goals through the outreach center’s programs. Scholarship amounts vary depending on the needs and merits of each applicant. Scholarships are generously made available from Hailey Rotary, CSI Foundation, and St. Luke’s Wood River Foundation.

General Scholarship Application

The mission of the Student Financial Aid and Scholarship Office is to provide financial assistance to students so they may achieve their educational goals while attending the College of Southern Idaho.

The College of Southern Idaho is the best value in Idaho for a quality education at a relatively low cost. To help students reduce this cost even further, the college awards over $2,000,000 in scholarships annually. These awards recognize students' achievement in academic, technical, art, music, drama, athletic, and leadership skills.

The CSI Scholarship Application is used for awarding over 300 CSI Foundation scholarships, including the New Hope. One application covers both fall and spring semesters of the academic year.

The College of Southern Idaho greatly appreciates the support received by outside donors. We know that your contributions help our students to reach their educational goals. To make the donor process easier we have provided detailed information on our Outside Scholarship webpage. On the webpage you can find information on where to submit scholarship awards, as well as how to contact us if you are interested in having us advertise your scholarship opportunity.

St. Luke’s Wood River Foundation Healthcare Scholarship

The Spring 2023 scholarship applications is due by December 15th, 2022.

This Scholarship is limited to students taking pre-requisites, co-requisites and program courses required for high-need healthcare degrees and certificates such as Registered Nursing, Licensed Practical Nursing, Certified Nursing Assistant*, Certified Medical Assistant, Surgical Technician and Radiology Technician programs. To be eligible for a Blaine County St. Luke's Healthcare Scholarship, a student should live in Blaine County.