There are four general types of financial aid to help fund your education at Boise State
Grants are need-based financial aid that you do not need to repay if you meet all of the conditions of the award.
Scholarships are awarded on a merit or need basis and you don’t need to repay a scholarship if you meet all of the conditions of the award.
Work-study provides the opportunity for you to work on campus and earn a bi-weekly paycheck. Every dollar you earn is a dollar you won’t have to pay back later.
Also known as Education Savings Accounts, these plans allow families to save money for future educational costs.
Loans are aid you borrow and pay back to a federal or state institution, or private lenders.