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How to Apply

CSI Scholarship Application Process

  • Complete the Admissions process
  • Have a minimum unweighted cumulative GPA of 3.0 and plan to enroll in at least 6 credits. ACT and/or SAT scores are also considered in the scholarship selection process.
  • Submit FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) by March 1st, to be considered for federal aid (required for some scholarships).
  • Submit CSI Scholarships Application by March 1st for priority awarding. (The CSI Scholarship Application is located in MyCSI on the Money Matters tab.)
    • Incoming freshman and transfer students must submit an in-progress transcript at the time of submittal and a completed transcript prior to June 1 to complete your application.
  • Check out the department/program scholarships for additional scholarship opportunities.
  • Apply for State of Idaho scholarships, if you are an Idaho resident.
  • Apply for outside scholarships
  • Read the Terms & Conditions of our Awards


Priority Deadline for scholarship application is March 1st. Any applications received after that date will still be considered for 2nd Round Awards depending on available funds. Final Deadline is September 1

Submitting Transcripts

Incoming freshmen and transfer students need to submit an in-progress transcript and an official graduation/final transcripts to the Office of the Registrar prior to June 1 to complete the application process.

Current CSI students do not need to submit CSI transcript.

Official transcripts should be sent to:

College of Southern Idaho Admissions
PO Box 1238
Twin Falls, ID 83303.

More information is available on our Transcript Info.

Thank-You Notices

It is customary to send scholarship donors a note of thanks for any scholarships you have received. Information for contacting donors will be provided in your award letter and on NetPartner if you receive a scholarship. Our Thank-You Notice Tips Page has some suggestions about writing these notices.