Karl Kleinkopf is no longer serving in their board position at College of Southern Idaho
Jan 10, 2019
Board and Executive Moves
Former Vice Chairman, Board of Trustees at College of Southern Idaho
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Jan 10, 2019 - RelSci
College of Southern Idaho (CSI) is a good starting place for those who wish to go on to one of Idaho's state universities as well as those seeking a career. With its main campus in Twin Falls, Idaho, CSI also has centers in Boise, Hailey, Burley and Gooding. CSI offers over 115 associate of applied science degrees and technical certificates in a wide range of professional and academic programs. There are also non-credit courses for those who wish to acquire new skills or discover a new talent or hobby. Many students may use their CSI education to go directly into the workforce. There are those, too, who may wish to transfer to four-year universities. CSI offers upper-division courses through University of Idaho, Idaho State University and Boise State University. This puts students at an advantage when transferring since credits transfer seamlessly to these and other Idaho colleges and universities. College of Southern Idaho students may also benefit from cultural arts and recreational activities. For example, CSI's music department is outstanding in its community and class offerings. The arts center, which is part of the music department, is, in fact, considered the cultural hub of the Twin Falls region. The music department also offers a comprehensive associate's degree in Music. Student services at CSI help students along on whichever academic or career path they choose. Study skills classes, tutoring, learning centers, financial aid and health services are just some of the offerings CSI provides to help students succeed.
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