The following services are complimentary to the advising experience and will provide a wealth of resources. Depending on your educational needs, each of these services may be needed at different times.
Academic Development Center Learning Assistance Center Career & Counseling Services Student Disability Services Classroom Instructors Student Health Center Computer Lab Usage Testing Center Health Sciences & Human Services Advising Veterans Services International Student Services
The Academic Development Center (ADC), houses educational services which include placement testing, tutoring, and developmental courses in math, reading, writing, vocabulary, spelling, English as a Second Language (ESL), and study skills. Students interested in Adult Basic Education should also contact the ADC.
Career & Counseling Services (CCS), provides the community with resources for career exploration, successful job seeking, and test anxiety. In addition, personal counseling sessions are available to students. Visit the website for workshop information or call to make an appointment.
Instructors are the most important contact for answers to questions regarding the classroom syllabus, assignments, test information, grades, attendance, and tutoring services. Instructor’s contact information and office hours can be found on the directory page.
As a registered student, you will have computer lab use privileges, where you can login to your student accounts, access the Internet, complete class assignments, and use your allotted print quota.
Students interested in HSHS programs should contact Rene Rambur for advising services. Many of these programs have additional admission requirements so it's important to visit with Hannah as soon as possible.
The Learning Assistance Center (LAC) provides CSI students with educational support in certain areas of study. Drop-in tutoring, video taped instruction, math and English DVD's, study tables, and a computer lab are some of the services offered to at no cost to students.
Multicultural Student Services (MSS), provides comprehensive referral support to multicultural and international students which includes peer mentoring, cultural events, college preparation, and club participation opportunities.
Student Disability Services (SDS), provides assistance to students with disabilities regarding equal access, accommodations, and general support. Please call SDS to schedule an appointment and to discuss where confidential documentation needs to be sent.
The Student Health Center (SHC), provides medical care to students which include routine medical care and treatment of minor injuries and illnesses. Appointments are recommended as students will be seen in the order of 1) emergencies 2) appointments and 3) walk-ins as the office schedule allows.
The Testing Center administers tests for placement, computer literacy, and some classroom related services. Be sure to check business hours as some tests require you start before the posted close time. A valid photo ID will be required to check-in.
The College of Southern Idaho provides Veterans Services for students needing assistance with the use of their educational benefits and planning.