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The Eastern Idaho Technical College catalog is the principal source for information on academic and technical programs, institutional data, courses, degree requirements, and all other services offered by the college.

To determine graduation eligibility, the Registrar follows the requirements defined in a single edition of EITC's catalog.  Students may select any edition of the catalog, provided the catalog is published/online and in force while they are enrolled at EITC. Students must earn a minimum grade of "C-" in all required courses in order to meet graduation requirements, unless  otherwise stated in a particular program. In addition, a cumulative grade point average of 2.0 or higher is required for graduation. The College reserves the right to make course
substitutions for discontinued courses.  If you do not maintain continuous enrollment, you will lose the right to use the original catalog requirements and must use the catalog in force at the time of re-enrollment. When students change their program of study, they must submit an Intent to Change or Add Program form.


Through authority of the Idaho State Board of Education, Eastern Idaho Technical College awards the  Postsecondary Technical Certificate, Technical Certificate, Advanced
Technical Certificate and/or the Associate of Applied Science degree to program graduates.
Apply for graduation by paying the fee and filing an Application for Graduation Form by the deadline on the EITC calendar. A $10 graduation fee will be assessed for each certificate and/or degree received and must be paid before the certificate or degree is issued.

Forms are available online at the Registrar's web page. Student records are checked carefully for successful completion of program requirements when the Application for Graduation is submitted to the Registrar's Office; however, it is your responsibility to verify that the degree audit has been completed and all requirements have been met.  All requirements for a certificate or degree must be completed and official grades reported to the Registrar before a certificate or degree is issued.


Students seeking a Postsecondary Technical Certificate, Technical Certificate, Advanced  Technical Certificate, or an Associate of Applied Science Degree must complete no fewer than 25 percent of the credit requirements in residence at Eastern Idaho Technical College.


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