Cramer teaches history at the College of Western Idaho, and writes software for the State of Idaho.
What does CWI stand for?
CWI stands for College of Western Idaho (Nampa, ID)
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We have 124 other meanings of CWI in our Acronym Attic
- Centrum voor Wiskunde en Informatica
- Certified Welding Inspector
- Child Well-Being Index
- Civil War Initiative
- Claim-Warrant-Impact (debate strategy)
- Clean Water Indiana
- Cloud Liquid Water Index
- Cloverway International (Animé production company)
- Cold Weather Injury
- Collective Wisdom Initiative
- Committee for a Workers International
- Communication Web International Ltd. (UK)
- Community Water Initiative (United Nations Development Programme)
- Connetquot West, Incorporated
- Continuous Wave Illumination
- Continuous Wave Injection
- Coolwriter Internet
- Council on Workforce Investment
- County Well Index (Minnesota Geological Survey)
- Creditworthiness Indicator
Samples in periodicals archive:
But College of Western Idaho President Bert Glandon urged a "No" vote, arguing Henderson's push was tantamount to meddling in issues best handled locally.
NAMPA, Idaho (AP) --About 1,100 students are hoping to improve their job skills and opportunities by enrolling at the newly-opened College of Western Idaho.
Even so, the real increase in enrollment may not come until the Selland College is folded into the College of Western Idaho in July, and tuition rates fall by as much as 50 percent, McCrink said.
Officials say the College of Western Idaho recently earned formal approval to offer classes accredited by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities.
Idaho law limits community college tuition, and the current limit is being approached by the College of Southern Idaho and North Idaho College, the state's only two community colleges until the College of Western Idaho opens in Nampa in southwest Idaho.
16) Officials with the College of Western Idaho say they are exploring school buildings in Boise and Meridian as possible places to hold classes until more permanent facilities are available.