All locations

  • Applied Technology Innovations Center

    Trade and Industry Division and Workforce Development provide training knowledge and experience necessary for some of todays most critical industries.

  • Baseball Field

    In 1981, the City of Twin Falls, in cooperation with the College of Southern Idaho built the now-named Skip Walker Baseball Field. Former Head Coach Skip Walker helped build the complex into what the college has now. It serves as the home for the CSI Men's Baseball team.

  • Big Wind Turbine Blade

    Graduates of this program will be qualified to install, maintain, and troubleshoot solar and wind energy systems.

  • Breckenridge Endowment Farm

    Located just north of the main CSI campus, the Breckenridge Endowment Farm provides educational opportunities for students and a variety of U-Pick gardens.

  • Campus Safety

    The CSI Security and maintenance Offices are located in the McManaman Maintenance and Security building Building.

  • Canyon Building

    The Canyon Building is home to a dozen Career Technical Education (CTE) programs, CSI’s IT Help Desk, and the campus mail room. Students can enjoy the comforts of home by sitting by the fireplace while working on homework or visiting with friends.

  • Challenge Courses

    Established in 1999, the CSI Challenge Course has grown into the largest pole ropes course on a college campus in the world. The mission of the CSI Challenge Program is not to direct the journey, but rather to aid the learning process. Through seeing, thinking, communicating, and experiencing, we find that we gain a better understanding of ourselves, others, and how we view the world. 

  • CSI Art Complex

    Visual arts classrooms for painting, drawing, design, ceramics, photography, printmaking, and sculpture.

  • CSI Bookstore

    CSI's Bookstore helps students get books and course materials at reasonable prices. Find fun and useful things to support your academic career and school spirit!

  • Desert Building

    The Desert Building is home to a variety of Career Technical programs, including the Desert Cafe operated by culinary, hospitality, and pastry students.

  • Disc Golf Course

    The CSI Disc Golf Course is an eighteen-hole, tree-lined grass course with a creek running along most holes. A map below is available to players to understand the course.

  • Eagle Hall

    Our three residential communities include an on-campus co-educational residence hall, and two apartment complexes within an easy walk of the main campus.

  • Eagle Statue

    Born Free is the name of the eagle sculpture developed by Frank Schell. It is situated between the Taylor Building and the Fine Arts building.

  • Evergreen Building

    Home of the Agriculture Department and the Engineering, Physical, and Computer Sciences Department on CSI's main campus in Twin Falls, ID

  • Expo Center

    The CSI Eldon Evans Expo Center is a multi-use educational center which is home to the "Golden Eagles" National Championship Rodeo Team and to a wide variety of special events including the Harvest Time Festival and the Southern Idaho Home Show.

  • Fine Arts Building

    The Fine Arts Center is the home to the CSI Music, Theatre, Dance, and Community Education Departments and regularly showcases the talent of College of Southern Idaho students and faculty. Check our Fine Arts Center Calendar below for upcoming events. 

  • First Federal Softball Field

    The College of Southern Idaho Softball Complex was built in 2008, one year after the program was created.

  • Fitness Trail

    A mulch trail that runs through the CSI campus. It includes a variety of exercise stations for the whole body.

  • Health Sciences and Human Services

    A wide variety of health care focused degree and certificate options are available in the HSHS building. All of the Health Sciences and Human Services programs have a separate application process from applying to the College or declaring a major. You will want to speak to an advisor for more specific information.

  • Hepworth Building

    Renamed from the Aspen building to the Hepworth building in honor of long-time trustee John Hepworth; this building houses a variety of academic transfer programs as well as representatives from Idaho Universities.

  • Herb Garden and Peace Pole

    CSI’s Herb Garden is a place for hands-on learning and for thinking about food - a basic human need, central to our health and happiness. Designed to grow attractive and edible kitchen herbs, this is a garden where we can gather together or have quiet moments alone, enjoying nature.

  • Herrett Center

    The Herrett Center for Arts and Science is a non-profit museum on the main campus of the College of Southern Idaho. The Center collects, preserves, interprets, and exhibits anthropological artifacts and natural history specimens with an emphasis on the prehistoric American continents.

  • Main Campus College Rd

    Main Campus College Rd

  • Main Campus Falls Ave

    Main Campus Falls Ave Entrance

  • Meyerhoeffer Building

    Named after the college's first president, Gerald Meyerhoeffer, this building is home to the library, tutoring center, testing center, and numerous conference rooms.

  • Perrine Coulee

    A natural coulee flowing through the CSI campus and over a 200 ft waterfall over the canyon rim.

  • Recreation Center

    A wide range of activities are available including weight rooms, basketball and volley ball courts, elevated walking track, and cardio loft. Learn more about hours and costs.

  • Rose Garden

    A beautiful formal garden near the center of campus showcases a variety of rosebushes in full bloom spring and summer. The covered patio is a wonderful place to host a wedding ceremony.

  • Shields Building

    The Shields Building is home to a variety of academic transfer programs.

  • Solar charging tree

    Solar charging tree

  • Taylor Building

    Home of the CSI Student Union Building (SUB), Admissions, Enrollment Services, and Student Counseling Services.

  • Tennis Courts

    Grab a friend and come test your skills in a game of tennis. CSI currently does not have a tennis team, but the court is open to the public.

  • Tower

    In a creative use of unused roof joists, CSI President 'Doc' Taylor had a tower built in 1967, as a central meeting point for the campus.

  • Veterinary Technology Building

    This dedicated building complex is for the Veterinary Technology program.