NAMPA, Ida. — The College of Western Idaho says it needs to grow, and leaders are taking your suggestions on how to do it.
Close to 100 people met for a town hall to discuss potential future projects. CWI leaders presented three different options to address growth.
"The bottom line is we have experienced unprecedented growth. We're at over 31,000 students that we serve on an annual basis. Those are primarily in four different areas: dual credit, non-credit workforce, transfer students, and career technical students," says Mark Browning, Vice President of College Relations.
CWI is also looking into what can be expanded online.