The credits that determine the type and amount of financial aid you will receive
Eligibility is Based Upon:
When you enrolled in each class
Only credits in place by the 10th day of the semester, or the published Financial Aid Census Date, will count toward determining financial aid awards. This includes internship and independent study credits.
Whether the credits apply to your current academic career
Academic career refers to your status as an undergraduate or graduate student. If you enroll in a course outside of your academic career, it is usually ineligible for aid.
Audit and challenge credits are excluded in credits counted for the semester. Remedial credits that are needed for your degree will still be eligible for financial aid. Example: Math 025.
If you are an undergraduate senior enrolled in graduate level credits, they will be ineligible for financial aid unless you and department process an “Academic Adjustment Form” with the Registrar’s Office indicating that the graduate credits fulfill a requirement for the undergraduate degree.
If you are a graduate student enrolled in undergraduate credits without the “G” designation, those credits will be excluded from “Level of Enrollment” and eligibility for federal loans. “Level of Enrollment” refers to full-time, part-time or less than half-time enrollment.
If you are enrolled in credits that you feel should have been included as financial aid eligible credits, contact the Financial Aid Office to have your situation reviewed.
Whether you are enrolled in a financial aid eligible degree
All degree programs at Boise state for Associates, Bachelors, Masters, and Doctorates are financial aid eligible programs.
All undergraduate certificate programs, or enrollment only in a minor, are ineligible for financial aid.
Undeclared second undergraduate students are ineligible, according to federal financial aid regulations.