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The College of Southern Idaho in Twin Falls is located on a beautifully landscaped 315-acre campus, connected by a private digital network stretching 200 miles, five counties, and four cities. CSI offers 128 associate degree and certificate completion options in 87 different programs, which service first and second year students as well as those who need short-term training for new careers or career enhancement. CSI has dual credit agreements with over 75 high schools from all over the state of Idaho which allow high school juniors and seniors to earn college and high school credits concurrently. A Program Board of students, faculty, and staff provides many entertainment and enrichment events throughout the year, including music, magic, and comedy. The CSI Honors and Phi Theta Kappa programs are attractive to students who want to enhance their college resumes with high-achievement classes and leadership opportunities. Southern Idaho students outside of Twin Falls are able to take classes at one of CSI’s four off-campus centers in Burley, Hailey, Jerome and Gooding. More than 120 classes and 15 degree programs are offered online. CSI also offers its students the ability to earn bachelor’s and master’s degrees on campus without leaving Twin Falls, thanks to its partnerships with the University of Idaho, Idaho State University, Lewis Clark State College, and Boise State University. More than 70 such programs are currently available with more under consideration.

 

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