- Set up your My.BoiseState and BroncoMail accounts. These will be your way of accessing all important Boise State information.
- Review and apply for available scholarships. Check International Admissions, the Boise State Scholarship Application, and the Boise State Foundation for scholarships.
- Prepare your financial documents. If you will be studying at Boise State on an F-1 or J-1 visa, you will need to send us a financial documentation form and proof of available finances so that we can issue you the appropriate immigration documents.
- Apply for on-campus housing beginning March 16th. On-campus housing at Boise State is competitive and we recommend applying as early as possible if you intend to live on campus. If you are planning to live off-campus, we recommend beginning your search for an apartment as soon as possible.
- Begin applying for your student visa. We recommend beginning this process as early as possible to allow enough time to prepare for the fall semester. Ensure you’re ready by reviewing the visa application process.
- Obtain copies of your final official transcripts. If you were admitted to Boise State with in-progress transcripts, you must send us a final version. If you were admitted to Boise State with unofficial transcripts, you must provide official versions before you will be able to register for your second semester of courses. Review our official transcript policy for more information.
July and August
- Register for mandatory International Student Orientation. More information will be sent to you as it becomes available.
- Plan your travel. International students should arrive on campus prior to International Student Orientation.
- Submit an Early Arrival Request form if you are living on-campus in the fall. International students typically move in to the Residence Halls early and must complete this form.