Your username is your Boise State login name you use to access my.BoiseState, BroncoMail, and other University computing services. For assistance, contact the Office of Information Technology Help Desk at 208-426-HELP or email email@example.com.
Students must complete a Boise State Admissions Application and have an active my.BoiseState account to apply for scholarships. Students should ensure all high school and college records, plus applicable test scores, are current with Boise State prior to February 15th. Students not admitted to Boise State in a degree-seeking program and/or do not meet the published criteria will not be selected for an award.
Yes! Current Boise State graduate students are required to have a 3.00 cumulative GPA to be eligible for graduate scholarships. New graduate students must be fully admitted by the Boise State Graduate College in a degree-seeking program.
Yes! International students are required to meet the published scholarship criteria to be eligible for scholarships.
Yes! SAT/ACT score and high school ranking are only used to determine eligibility for students new from high school. Continuing Boise State students (graduate and undergraduate) will be reviewed based on cumulative GPA. New transfer students will be reviewed based on cumulative transfer GPA.
Yes! You may save your Boise State Scholarship Application and come back to it at any time up until the deadline. Scholarship opportunities that have been saved will show as “Drafted”.
Boise State information is imported daily. If you are a new Boise State student, we encourage you to review your scholarship application for imported information the next business day. For current or previous Boise State students, please email firstname.lastname@example.org so we may review to determine if you are eligible.
You cannot make updates to the imported Boise State information directly on your application. You must contact the appropriate cognizant authority over the information if you have concerns about your information. Please visit our application help page for more information on the imported data.
Once you sign in, please click the Home tab and then” Manage References” box. You have the option to resend your request for reference.
Yes. Sign in to your application and click on manage references. You can resend a request for reference or enter a new reference.
Most scholarship donors allow the University Scholarship Committees to determine the scholarship amount based on available funding. These scholarships are noted as amount varies. In situations where donors have specified an exact award amount, that amount is noted. Please note scholarship funding is never guaranteed, and is affected by available funding.
Students are only able to view scholarships for which they supplied additional information and submitted an application. Students may see scholarships that do not require additional action by clicking “All Opportunities” to review criteria for the opportunities that auto-match eligible applicants.
Some scholarships awarded through this competitive application process require the recipient to show financial need as determined by the annual Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). All students are encouraged to complete the FAFSA, regardless of family income. There is no application fee, and the eligibility information received from the application will assist with budgeting for educational related expenses. The priority deadline to submit the FAFSA to Boise State is February 15 for new and current Boise State students. Complete the FAFSA online at www.fafsa.gov as soon as possible after October 1.
We begin making awards in late March and continue through the summer. Most students receive notification of awards by May 1st.
Award notification will be sent to your BroncoMail account (the Boise State official email service). University policy requires students to monitor their BroncoMail account regularly.
Due to the high number of eligible applicants and the limited scholarship funding, our University Scholarship Committees strive to award the most students possible. Students may receive more than one award during an academic year.