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Participate in the Concurrent Enrollment program and become a Boise State Bronco!

How to Register for Concurrent Enrollment with Boise State

Through the Boise State Concurrent Enrollment Program, high school students can earn Boise State University and high school credit simultaneously for collegiate-level courses offered at their high school.

Concurrent Enrollment classes are created as semester and year-long classes.

  • For fall and year-long classes: registration begins in August.
  • For spring classes: registration begins January.

To be eligible to participate in Boise State University’s Concurrent Enrollment program, students must meet the following criteria:

  • have a 2.7 GPA; 3.0 is recommended.
  • have the consent of a parent or guardian if the student is under 18.

Complete these three easy steps to begin your journey as a Boise State Bronco.

Step 1 - Register

DualEnroll.com is used by multiple schools! Boise State, the College of Western Idaho (CWI), and the College of Southern Idaho (CSI) all use DualEnroll.com. Each school has a specific website URL, but students use the same log in information for all three sites. Students should not create a separate account for each school.

For NEW Boise State Concurrent Enrollment Students

  • If you have a DualEnroll account from CWI or CSI, go to boisestate.dualenroll.com/users/sign_in (opens new tab) and log in. You will be prompted to complete steps 1-6 listed below.
  • If you do not have a DualEnroll account from CWI or CSI, go to  boisestate.dualenroll.com/student/new (opens new tab).
    • Complete the New Student Registration online form to create your DualEnroll account.
New DualEnroll Account
    • Click the “Create Account” button at the bottom of the form and check your email for instructions about confirming your account. A second email will confirm the account activation.
  • Log in to your new account and complete steps 1-6 in the Status section of the online application form.
    • Step 1: Personal information
    • Step 2: Citizenship
    • Step 3: Release of information (optional step to allow someone to contact our office on your behalf)
    • Step 4: Student terms and conditions (read each item carefully and check box at bottom)
    • Step 5: Parent/guardian consent (for students under the age of 18)
    • Step 6: High school graduation year
  • Once steps 1-6 are complete, register for your course(s). You will need to register for EACH Boise State course you plan to take.
  • Register for a course:
    • On the ‘Courses’ tab, find your specific course, click on the title, and click the ‘Register’ button next to your school and instructor’s name.
    • From the ‘Status’ tab, click on ‘Student: Provide GPA’ and enter your current, cumulative, unweighted GPA. GPA must be entered or your registration will not be processed.
    • Students under the age of 18 must provide parent/guardian consent.
    • Course registration can take up to two days to be processed.
    • Be sure to register for EACH Boise State course you plan to take.
    • You will receive email/text communications during the process and when your registration is complete. New students will also receive an admissions letter with your Boise State ID number and username.

For RETURNING Boise State Concurrent Enrollment Students

You have already completed your Concurrent Enrollment Application! Follow the steps below to complete registration for your concurrent enrollment course(s).

DualEnroll Login
  • You have already completed the application, so you will go directly to the course registration page. You will need to register for EACH Boise State course you plan to take.
  • Register for a course:
    • On the ‘Courses’ tab, find your specific course, click on the title, and click the ‘Register’ button next to your school and instructor’s name.
    • From the ‘Status’ tab, click on ‘Student: Provide GPA’ and enter your current, cumulative, unweighted GPA. GPA must be entered or your registration will not be processed.
    • Students under the age of 18 must provide parent/guardian consent.
    • Course registration can take up to two days to be processed.
    • Be sure to register for EACH Boise State course you plan to take.
    • You will receive email/text communications during the process and when your registration is complete.

Step 2 - Apply for Fast Forward Funding

ADVANCED OPPORTUNITIES FUNDING – For students attending public schools, Fast Forward will cover the cost of taking dual credit courses, college-bearing exams, or professional-technical exams.

For more information, visit our Fast Forward web page.

Step 3 - Pay Your Fees

Concurrent Enrollment course fees are $75 per credit. There is no application or registration fee to participate. If you attend a public high school in Idaho, you will have access to Fast Forward funds, which will cover the cost of your course. If you do not qualify for Fast Forward funding, please see payment options below.

PAYMENT OPTIONS

  • Check or Money Order – Please make payable to Boise State University, write the student’s name and school on the memo line and submit to the Concurrent Enrollment Office (220 E. Parkcenter Blvd, Boise ID 83706-3940). Cash is not accepted.
  • Electronic Check/Credit/Debit Card – You can also pay fees through your myBoiseState account. Log on to your myBoiseState account. Select “Student Center.” Navigate to the Finance Section in Student Center, select “Make a payment,” and follow the instructions. A convenience fee of 2.75% (minimum $3) will be added to all credit or debit card payments. There is no fee for an electronic check.

NOTE: Concurrent Enrollment program students do not qualify for federal financial aid. Federal aid is designated for students who have earned a high school diploma or its equivalent.

Student Privacy (FERPA)

The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (also known as the Buckley Amendment or FERPA) is a federal law that limits the amount of information that can be released about students without their specific written permission.

If a parent or guardian would like access to a Concurrent Enrollment students Student Account and Financial Records, Student Education records, or Admission records, the student must give their written consent.