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Financial Aid and Scholarships

Finance your education at Boise State University

Apply for Aid

Finance Your Education

Find Scholarships

Learn more about scholarships

Complete Forms

List of available documents

Dates and Deadlines

Important dates to be aware of

Filling the Gap

Options to help cover the cost to attend

Aid Handbook & Policies

Understand policies and rules regarding aid

Graduate Students

Upcoming Dates

  • October 1 – 2023-2024 FAFSA Application opens
  • October 1 – Spring 2023, Priority date to submit 2022-2023 FAFSA for financial aid ready to pay spring semester fees. Students are strongly encouraged to submit a 2022-2023 FAFSA even if the priority filing date has passed.
  • October 1Spring 2023, Scholarship priority date for new freshmen and transfer students. Last day to have all admissions materials received in the Admissions Office to be considered for automatic scholarships for Spring 2023.
  • November 1 – Spring 2023, Last day to submit all requested financial aid documents to be eligible for Spring 2023 work-study funding and supplemental grants (SEOG).
  • November 2nd –  Fall 2022, Second financial aid Pell Recalculation Date for all classes starting after 09/02/22
  • November 15 – Fall 2022, Last day to submit a Special Conditions form for fall (if you are graduating at the end of Fall 2022)
  • November 15 – Fall 2022, Last day to request an additional Direct Loan for fall semester only.
  • November 15 – Spring 2023, Priority admission date for spring semester undergraduate, degree-seeking applicants. Last day to have all admissions materials received in the Admissions Office.

For more information see our Dates and Deadlines.

News and Updates

Biden-Harris Student Debt Relief

Visit studentaid.gov for the most recent updates on the recently announced Biden-Harris Administration student debt relief plan, including the one-time loan cancellation.

A Fresh Start for Federal Student Loan Borrowers in Default

The U.S. Department of Education announced an initiative—called “Fresh Start”—to help eligible borrowers in default. If your loans are eligible, you’ll temporarily regain several student aid benefits. You’ll also get the opportunity to get out of default and keep those benefits for the long term.

Fresh Start will continue through December 31, 2023 – one year after the COVID-19 payment pause ends.

Federal CARES Act and HEERF Funding

Please visit our Federal CARES Act (no more funds), our HEERF II (no more funds), and HEERF III (no more funds) web pages for further information on these funds.