If you take courses at more than one of the Idaho colleges within the consortium, your credits may be combined for financial support purposes. Boise State, College of Western Idaho and College of Southern Idaho all participate in the consortium agreement. With an approved consortium agreement, you can increase your eligibility. Full information on the participation authorisation can be found in the consortium agreement form. In the “Student Certification” section on the form, you confirm that you meet the following criteria for the agreement: for example, you accept 9 credits at Boise State (home institution) and 3 credits at the College of Western Idaho (host institution). With an approved consortium agreement, you are considered a full-time (12 credits) and you are entitled to a full-time stipend at Boise State. Boise State graduates now receive a 20% discount on courses if they enroll at Concordia University School of Law. UI-LCSC Engineering Associate to Baccalaureate Agreement To combine credits, you must submit a CWI/CSI/Boise State Consortium agreement form for approval each semester. Backed by a centuries-old service guide, Concordia University School of Law is a new law school for a new type of lawyer. Tutoring, externships, and pro-bono opportunities make students practical and community-oriented. Small classes promote critical thinking and dialogue. And the tuition, which is only $19,000/year, makes all the benefits of a private law school at your fingertips. Everything here, in the heart of the Idahos Legal Center, so you can get your law degree without leaving Boise.
“With its mission to prepare leaders to change society for the better, Concordia University School of Law is a great partner for students and graduates of the State of Boise.” – Tony Roark, Dean of The Boise State College of Arts and Sciences. . . .