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Dual credit coursework enables students to make progress towards a college degree before they finish high school and save on the overall cost of a college education. Dual Credit at CSI continues to grow with over 6,000 students earning dual credits in the 2019-2020 academic year. With that growth, the Early College team is dedicated to ensuring students have access to the help and resources they need at all of the 60+ high schools we partner with. Idaho is helping to lead the way in dual enrollment, ranking in the top five states in the nation for dual credit participation!

Term Deadlines

Term Registration Deadline Drop Deadline (Qualifies for tuition refund & no grade recorded) County of Residency Form Deadline **
Summer 2021 Friday, June 25, 2021 Friday, June 25, 2021 Not Required
Fall, Trimester 1, Trimester 1 & 2 Classes Friday, October 1, 2021 Friday, October 1, 2021 December 1, 2021 **
Spring, Trimester 2, Trimester 2 & 3 and Yearlong Classes Friday, March 4, 2022 Friday, March 4, 2022 May 1, 2022 **
3rd Trimester Classes Friday, April 1, 2022 Friday, April 1, 2022 May 1, 2022 **


Registration Deadline - Students must be registered in their dual credit courses by the close of business on the deadline listed above for each term.

** Important Certificate of Residency Note - Students who use Fast Forward funds don't need to fill out the Certificate of Residency Form, but will need to accurately report the county that they live in. If a student pays for a college course via other means, (such as out of pocket and does not utilize Fast Forward) the student will be required to submit a Certificate of Residency Form to their county by the deadlines listed above.

Applying and Registering for Courses

  1. Create your account in DualEnroll (csi.dualenroll.com)
  2. Select courses for registration
  3. Wait for an email with your CSI email and student identification number to arrive
  4. Work with your high school to ensure your classes have been added to your Advanced Opportunities account
  5. Log onto your MYCSI account to ensure your schedule looks accurate! (Contact the Help Desk at 208-732-6311 for help with logging into your MyCSI account)

    Reference the Dual Credit Registration Resources for detailed guidance on this process. As always, students can reach out to Early College Coordinators or contact the Dual Credit team at dualcredit@csi.edu or 208-933-2320 for additional assistance.

Login to DualEnroll

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Apply for Fast Forward

The Fast Forward program, under Idaho’s “Advanced Opportunities” initiative, can provide funding for students who participate in dual credit. Contact your high school.

The Fast Forward program can provide funding for students who participate in Dual Credit, a program under Idaho's "Advanced Opportunities" initiative.

Contact your high school counselor to get started.

Visit the Advance Opportunities Portal

Costs

 

 

“D” Courses

(at the high school)

All CSI Courses

(Online & On-Campus)

IDLA Courses

Total Course Cost

$75.00/credit

$75.00/credit

$75.00/credit

Maximum Covered by Fast Forward Funds

 

$75.00/credit

 

$75.00/credit

 

$75.00/credit

Student Owes (After Fast Forward Funds)

 

$0

 

$0

 

$0

 

  • Calculating Your Total Course Cost: (3 credit class X $75.00 per credit = $225.00 total)
  • To utilize Fast Forward funds, students need to request funding for each course through Advanced Opportunities. Please contact your high school for more information.

 

Please Note: If a student fails or withdraws from a dual credit course that was paid for with Fast Forward funding, a hold will be placed on their Advanced Opportunities account. To remove the hold, the student will be responsible for paying out of pocket for the next dual credit course they take (regardless of the course) and then passing that course BEFORE they are able to access Fast Forward funding again. Please visit the Advanced Opportunities website for more information.

Textbooks

Students may be required to purchase textbooks and supplies. Please visit the “Additional Costs” section on the Advanced Opportunities website under the blue FAQs tab for their policy on textbooks.

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