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    Hey, #OfficialBroncos!

    Are you a high school student that has recently joined the Bronco Family? We have designed virtual sessions to help guide you through your next steps. Below you will find the descriptions of each session and when they are offered.

    ✏️ To register, view your options, select a date and register for the session of your choosing.

    Be sure to note that the event start time is in the Mountain Time Zone.

    Admitted Student Session

    This session is designed to cover all topics about your next steps after acceptance.  An Admissions Counselor will cover various topics from the importance of your Intent to Enroll, accepting scholarships and aid, when the Housing application will be available, and everything in between.

    Admitted Student Session

    When:  Offered on select Tuesdays at 5 p.m. MST/4 p.m. PT
    Admitted High School Students

    This one hour session is designed specifically for admitted students. During this presentation, you'll have the opportunity to engage with an Admissions Counselor and a current Boise State student who will help guide you through your key next steps to ensure you are prepared (and excited!) to join us this fall as a Boise State Bronco! We will cover more information regarding scholarships and financial aid, intent to enroll, housing and orientation. We can't wait to meet our #officialBroncos!

    Next Step Sessions

    Each of these sessions are designed to take you on a deep dive of the process between Financial Aid, Housing and Orientation.  These will also be attended by representatives from each department with a live Q&A session for you and your family to participate in!

    Next Steps:  Financial Aid

    Tuition, grants and loans. Oh my! Understanding financial aid can be tricky, and it is our goal to assist you as best we can.  Next Steps:  Financial Aid will touch on the FAFSA, where to access and accept student aid, and how to run a personalized bottom line estimator. Participate in a Q&A with Financial Aid and Scholarships staff to learn more about financing your college education. 

    Next Steps: Housing

    Living on campus is the best way to get the full Boise State experience. Next Steps:  Housing will showcase the on campus residence hall options for first year students, explain the benefit of joining the Living Learning Program, and prepare students to confidently submit their housing application. Participate in a Q&A with Housing and Residence Life staff and Admissions staff to get the full scoop on anything housing related.

    Next Steps: Preparing for Summer Orientation

    Note:  Students will not register for classes during this session.  Please see the description below.

    During this optional session we plan to cover the ins and outs of the Orientation process. Summer Orientation registration dates will be released soon and we want to make sure you're best prepared! This session will also include representatives from the New Student Programs (Orientation) team to help answer your questions.