Transfer and Non-Traditional Orientation
If you have 14 or more transferable credits and/or are beginning a college career at age 21 or older, New Student Orientation for Transfer & Non-Traditional students is for you.
New Student Orientation for Transfer & Non-Traditional students is a half-day program that will help you get ready for your future at Boise State. We understand that you may be juggling extra responsibilities such as work, family or military service, so this program aims to meet your social and academic needs in a short but full timeframe. All new students are expected to attend an Orientation before registering for classes.
What can I expect at Orientation?
We’re all about giving you a head start on college. At Orientation you can expect to:
If you are interested in seeing a tentative schedule of orientation, check out our Draft Schedule for spring Orientations for First-Year/Transfer and Non-Traditional Students.
Can I bring my family?
Yes! We’ve created Family Orientation especially for your family; however, the content and duration may not be suitable for children or young teens. You may bring up to 4 family members with you. Family Orientation has additional costs for each family member. See our Family Orientation Dates and Cost page.
Do you require accommodations to fully participate in the orientation program?
If you or your guests have access, language, or special dietary needs that may require accommodations while attending Orientation, you can indicate your needs when you sign up. In addition to providing this information electronically, please contact New Student Programs at (208) 426-1679 to discuss your needs. Call at least 7-10 business days before your Orientation to ensure your needs can be met.
Are you a Veteran?
The Veteran Services office is a great resource to help you successfully transition from the military to the classroom, as well as learn about how to apply for and receive military benefits. Be sure to connect with them and visit them frequently throughout your time at Boise State.