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Counselor Resources

Boise State Students Walking by the Honor's Dorm

Campus scenes, Fall 2015, Photo Patrick Sweeney


Thank you for all of your time and dedication to future Boise State students!  We’ve compiled several helpful links and resources below in an effort to help you as you aid your students plan for and apply to college.

Resources

Campus Visit Programs




High school groups are invited to visit campus.  Find our special visit events like Discover, Bronco Day, or Blue & Orange Saturday on our Visit page, or learn more about individual visits.



Learn More About Official Transcripts




Official transcripts are required to complete a student’s application.  High School Counselors can send official transcripts directly from an institution in a sealed envelope, send as a PDF utilizing a secure service, or send as an official fax.  Please see all the specifications before sending.



Application Fee Waiver


Boise State University offers Admissions Application Fee Waivers for students who demonstrate financial need. Students must meet certain criteria. High school counselors can submit an application fee waiver for students here.

The Write Class

After a student is admitted to Boise State University, they receive an email regarding completing the online placement process for English 101, 101+, and 102 called “The Write Class.”

All students are required to complete this process before registering for an English course. The online system is designed to choose the best English program for each student to help make their first semester a successful one.

Questions about The Write Class need to be directed to program coordinators from the online system.

Financial Aid Packages will be posted to my.BoiseState by mid-March