We're here to help!
Never taken an online class before? Need help with time management? Unsure about your financial aid? Don’t worry–that’s what we’re here for.
Join us for a live, online information session and learn more about the support you will have as a Boise State online student.
Our student success coaches know all the details of the admissions process and our online programs. They will help you decide which Boise State online program fits within your life and makes the most of the education and experience you already have.
Once you’re admitted to an online program at Boise State, there are many aspects of obtaining a degree to navigate. You don’t have to go it alone! Students are paired with an advisor that knows their program inside and out, the common pitfalls you will face and also the level of effort each step can take.
Financial Aid Assistance
The Financial Aid and Scholarships Office provides assistance understanding, applying for and monitoring federal financial aid. You can also search for scholarship opportunities.
The Veteran Services office provides information and procedures relevant to all education benefits provided through the Department of Veterans Affairs including use of any GI Bill ®VA educational benefits for which you’re eligible.
Dean of Students
The Dean of Students office provides a variety of services designed to support student success and engagement at Boise State University, including the Student Emergency Fund and a food pantry for students in the area. You’ll also find the Student Handbook, the university’s Policy Manual and our Statement of Shared Values.
Tutoring and Workshops
The Advising and Academic Support Center (AASC) provides academic support for students, including the following:
The Office of the Registrar provides assistance with registration, maintains the academic calendar, publishes university catalogs, reviews transfer credits and certifies all degrees. They manage grades, transcripts, class catalogs and graduation.