Tuition and Funding
Boise State provides a number of funding opportunities, enabling access to affordable education without sacrificing quality of your graduate degree. Explore Tuition, Graduate Assistantships, Scholarships and Fellowships, International Student Funding, and Travel Funding.
Conference Presentation Funding
The Graduate College has a limited number of funding opportunities that are available to graduate students at Boise State University for online presentations at academic conferences including performances, exhibitions, readings, and lecture recitals for graduate students in the arts.
Western Regional Graduate Program
The Western Regional Graduate Program (WRGP) allows master’s students who are residents of Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education (WICHE) member states to enroll in graduate programs at some 60 public institutions outside of their home state and pay resident tuition. Learn more here.
The Student Emergency Fund provides short-term financial assistance to Boise State University students who are in danger from withdrawing during a semester due to unanticipated, temporary financial hardships resulting from emergency or crisis situations
Questions about your federal financial aid options? Visit the Financial Aid Office to understand how your financial aid options differ from your undergraduate aid, how to check your eligibility, and apply for aid.
Interested in maximizing your funding opportunities? The Scholarship Office provides direct support to graduate students by offering a full checklist of opportunities offered by the university.