What are Early College Programs?
College of Eastern Idaho charges $75 per credit tuition to high school students. Through the State of Idaho Advanced Opportunities program, most Idaho public high school students qualify for funding to pay their tuition. Additional costs or fees may apply depending on the type of course the student elects to take.
- 3.0 GPA or higher in high school, recommended
- 11th or 12th grade for dual credit courses taught at the high school. (10th graders allowed in certain classes)
- 16 years old by the first day of class for CEI Campus or online courses
- Meet prerequisites for specific classes (English, Math, Science)
High school student can take a variety of courses through CEI.
- Dual Credit courses are taught at a high school location by an approved instructor or online through IDLA. Upcoming course options can be found at this link
- Concurrent Enrollment courses are taken on a CEI campus or online. Courses are taught on the CEI schedule by CEI faculty. Upcoming course options can be found at here.
- Workforce Training certificate classes and programs are available in a variety of areas. Age restrictions vary by program. Cost and location varies by program. Some classes and programs are eligible for are eligible for Advanced Opportunities funding.
Early College Programs
(208) 535-5309 Main
(208) 525-7026 Fax
Christofferson Building #3 Room 333
Office Hours: 8am-5pm, M-F
Director, Early College Programs
Region 6 Transition Coordinator
- Advanced Opportunities
- Early College Change of Programs Form
- Early College Information Packet
- Guidelines for Dual Credit Accommodations
- Idaho Course Transfer
- Idaho JobScape
- Idaho Nuclear Occupations Prezi
- Next Steps Idaho
- Release of Information Authorization
- SkillStack & Career Atlas Lesson Plan
- State Board of Ed "The Facts"
- Technical Competency Credit (TCC) Request Form