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    What you'll find below

    • FAQ section
    • Virtual sessions about:
      • Becoming an official Bronco
      • Next steps as an admitted transfer student
      • Learning more as a prospective transfer student
      • Prospective Nursing students
      • Prospective Business students

    To be considered a transfer student, you need to have complete 14 or more transferrable credits at your time of admission. To apply, you will need to submit an application and send us your official transcripts from each institution you have received college credits from.

    Official transcripts are required to complete your admissions application.  There are a couple of ways you can send your official transcripts:

    • Mail an official transcript directly from your school in a sealed school envelope to the Admissions Office

    • Send an official transcript as a secure PDF utilizing a secure delivery service to transcripts-admissions@boisestate.edu

    Welcome to the Bronco Family!  Next, you'll want to reserve your spot in the incoming class by submitting your Intent to Enroll online.  This will allow you to register for housing, sign up for orientation, secure offered scholarships and ensure the processing of your final enrollment materials!

    After you have been admitted, our Registrar's office will officially evaluate your transcripts. Once they have been evaluated your Transfer Credit Report will be posted to your Student Center account. The Transfer Credit Report will show all classes that have been transferred into Boise State, as well as any test credits that have been received and equated. For more information on how to view your Transfer Credit Report once it has been posted, click here.

    We have automatic consideration for some of our scholarships when you apply for admissions by the priority deadline.  For Idaho residents, the application and scholarship priority deadline is February 15th, 2023.  For non-residents, the application and scholarship priority deadline is December 15th, 2022.  Additionally, we have a general scholarship application that will be available to admitted students at the end of November 2022.

    Housing options range from apartments to townhouses for sophomores and above—but be warned: they fill up quickly. The application opens up in early February for sophomore and above housing. Apply early to guarantee your spot at housing.boisestate.edu. Please note, you need to complete the intent to enroll form before you can start the housing application.

    During Orientation, you will meet with an academic advisor that will help you register for classes. You will not be able to register for classes prior. If you choose to not attend orientation, you won't be able to register for classes until open enrollment.

     




    Virtual Next Step Sessions for Admitted Students

    Next Steps:  Financial Aid

    Who: Admitted students

    Tuition, grants and loans.  Oh my!  Understanding financial aid can be tricky, and it is our goal to assist you as best we can.  This session 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:  Orientation

    Who: Admitted students

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

    During this 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.





    Opportunities to Learn More (Virtually)

    Transfer Basics & Student Life

    Who: Prospective students who want to learn more about the City of Boise and transfer process
    Capped: 10 students

    This session is designed for students who are exploring the transfer process. The presentation is a broad overview covering several topics, including the city of Boise, academics, how to get involved, and scholarship opportunities. An optional virtual tour will be available upon request.

    Transfer Toolkit

    Who: Prospective students who want to learn more about transfer resources
    Capped: 10 students

    A transfer admissions representative will discuss:

    • transfer credit basics
    • undergraduate major checksheets
    • the transfer equivalency system
    • admission process and deadlines
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    Available
    Unavailable / Filled
    Not Scheduled



    Degree-Specific Sessions

    Nursing Transfers

    Who: Prospective nursing students
    Capped:
    10 students

    A transfer admissions representative will discuss Nursing-specific requirements, transfer credit basics, undergraduate checksheets, the transfer equivalency system, admission process and deadlines. 

    Legend:
    Available
    Unavailable / Filled
    Not Scheduled

    College of Business and Economics (COBE) Transfers

    Interesting in a degree through COBE? Check out this video to learn more about tips and tricks to help make the transfer process as smooth as possible for you.