Enrollment in the 2019 summer session at Boise State University is up more than 14 percent over last year – with 1,060 more students enrolled, for a total of 8,324 – and credit hours taken by students are up more than 16 percent. The healthy jump in enrollment is due in part to a new summer tuition discount offered to regular fee-paying students, combined with a more robust selection of online sections and the addition of more students who opt to take year-round degree programs.
Currently, 72 percent of all credit hours are being taken online this summer.
Boise State’s first summer class session began May 13. Additional sessions will commence throughout the summer. See a full list of available classes