Boise State to open center at CWI

broberts@idahostatesman.comDecember 10, 2013 

Boise State University will open a center on College of Western Idaho’s Nampa campus next month to help students who want to attend the four-year university.

Boise State staff will help students with admission, registration, financial aid, advising and credit transfers. The university will offer night and evening classes at CWI beginning in fall 2014.

“This is the kind of partnership we envisioned when CWI was initially launched," Boise State President Bob Kustra said. "We are excited about the increased educational opportunities that it will provide for students in Canyon County.”

More than 450 students have already transferred to Boise State from CWI.

The BSU Center will be located in the Aspen Classroom Building at the corner of Idaho Center Boulevard and Birch Lane in Nampa.

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