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SPRING 2022 SCHOLARSHIPS

Boise State provides several scholarship opportunities for residents and nonresidents, making it even more affordable to attain a quality education.

Below you will find scholarships for Spring 2022 admits.

STEP 1: Apply for Admissions

Students must be admitted as degree-seeking to be considered for scholarships. By completing the admissions application and meeting the criteria listed below, you will automatically be considered for one of the following scholarships without an additional application. A complete application includes the admissions application, AND transcript(s).

Click below to begin the admissions process. If you have already been admitted, welcome!

Spring 2022 Nonresident and Resident Deadline: October 1, 2021

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STEP 2: Meet the Deadline

No additional application needed! Scholarship recipients are notified through their admissions letter. Scholarships will be made visible in the Student Center three weeks after an admissions decision has been reached.

Incoming Idaho Student

An incoming Idaho student is defined as an individual who has earned less than 14 post high school semester credits or no college credits at the time of admittance and holds residency in Idaho.

Scholarship NameRequired Cumulative Unweighted High School GPAValueLength of ProgramSpring Deadline**Renewal Credits (fall and spring)Renewal Cumulative GPA
True Blue Promise3.20-4.0 AND Pell Grant eligible*$2,000.00 per year4 years (8 semesters)October 1242.50
Dean's3.70$2,000.00 per year2 years (4 semesters)October 1243.00
Presidential3.90$2,500.00 per year2 years (4 semesters)October 1243.00
  • Only incoming students are considered for the True Blue Promise, Dean’s, or Presidential Scholarships. Consideration is based on admissions materials received by the scholarship deadline. A complete application includes the admissions application AND transcript(s). All criteria must be met by the deadline.
  • To be considered for the True Blue Promise students must complete the admissions process, submit the FAFSAAND be Pell Grant Eligible* as determined by the FAFSA by October 1st.
  • **Recipients must be enrolled in at least 12 credits each semester (fall & spring) and successfully complete at least 24 credits combined (fall & spring). If you are a one-semester recipient (fall or spring only) you must successfully complete at least 12 credits.
  • Courses that are repeated within the same academic year may impact the credit completion requirement. To learn more about repeated credits visit the Repeated Credits webpage.
  • Please make yourself familiar with the Scholarship Policies for additional details.

Incoming Nonresident

An incoming nonresident student is defined as an individual who has earned less than 14 post high school semester credits or no college credits at the time of admittance and holds residency in a state other than Idaho.

Scholarship NameOther CriteriaRequired Cumulative Unweighted High School GPAValueLength of ProgramSpring Deadline***Renewal Credits (fall and spring)Renewal Cumulative GPA
Treasure*Must have an eligible major. 3.00-4.0$8,460 per year4 years (8 semesters)October 1242.50
Western Undergraduate Exchange (WUE)*Must have an eligible major.
**Must be from an eligible state.
3.40-4.0$12,890 per year4 years (8 semesters)October 1242.50
  • Only incoming students are considered for the Treasure or Western Undergraduate Exchange (WUE, pronounced “woo-ee”) Scholarships. Consideration is based on admissions materials received by the scholarship deadline. A complete application includes the admissions application AND transcript(s). All criteria must be met by the deadline.
  • *Students must have declared an eligible major. Ineligible majors for the Treasure and WUE awards include: Radiological Science, Pre-Radiological Science, Alternative Fee Programs, and fully online programs.
  • **To be considered for the WUE, you must be a US Citizen or Permanent Resident and have a permanent residence within one of the following participating states/U.S. territories: Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oregon, South Dakota, Utah, Washington, Wyoming, Guam, Commonwealth of the Northern Marianas Islands (CNMI), Republic of the Marshall Islands or the Federal States of Micronesia.
  • WUE scholarship recipients cannot count time in the WUE program towards establishing Idaho residency. Visit the Idaho Residency webpage for more information.
  • WUE scholarship covers 150% of the resident tuition, this is a savings of approximately $12,890 per year.
  • Treasure scholarship cover up to 50% of the resident tuition, this is a savings of approximately $8,460 per year.
  • Scholarship recipients are still responsible for resident fees and the uncovered portion of the nonresident fees. Online courses that charge a per-credit fee instead of standard tuition and fees do not count in the required 12 credit total per semester.
  • ***Recipients must be enrolled in at least 12 credits each semester (fall & spring) and successfully complete at least 24 credits combined (fall & spring). If you are a one-semester recipient (fall or spring only) you must successfully complete at least 12 credits.
  • Current information on tuition and fee costs at Boise State University can be found on the University Tuition & Fees page.
  • Courses that were repeated within the same academic year may impact the credit completion requirement. To learn more about repeated credits visit the Repeated Credits webpage.
  • Please make yourself familiar with the Scholarship Policies for additional details.

Idaho Transfer Student

An Idaho transfer student is defined as an individual who has earned 14 or more semester credits post high school by the scholarship deadline and holds Idaho residency. Students who take concurrent college credit during high school are considered new students.

Scholarship NameRequired Cumulative Unweighted High School GPAValueLength of ProgramSpring Deadline
Dean's Transfer3.70$3,000 per year1 year (2 semesters)October 1
Presidential Transfer3.80$5,000 per year1 year (2 semesters)October 1
  • Only incoming transfer students are considered for the Dean’s Transfer or Presidential Transfer Scholarships. Consideration is based on their admissions materials received by the scholarship deadline. A complete application includes the admissions application AND transcript(s). All criteria must be met by the deadline.
  • An Idaho transfer student is defined as an individual who has earned 14 or more semester credits post high school by the scholarship deadline and holds Idaho residency. Students who take concurrent college credit during high school are considered new students.
  • The Dean’s Transfer or Presidential Transfer Scholarships are one year awards and non-renewable.
  • Recipients must be enrolled in at least 12 credits each semester (fall & spring) and successfully complete at least 24 credits combined (fall & spring). If you are a one-semester recipient (fall or spring only) you must successfully complete at least 12 credits.
  • Current information on tuition and fee costs at Boise State University can be found on the University Tuition & Fees page. 

Nonresident Transfer Student

A nonresident transfer student is defined as an individual who has earned 14 or more semester credits post high school by the scholarship deadline and holds residency in a state other than Idaho.

Scholarship NameOther Required CriteriaRequired Cumulative College GPAAmount Length of ProgramSpring Deadline***Renewal Credits (fall and spring) Renewal Cumulative GPA
Treasure Transfer*Must have an eligible major.3.40-4.0$8,460 per year 2 years (4 semesters)October 1242.50
Western Undergraduate Exchange (WUE) Transfer**Must be from an eligible state.
*Must have an eligible major.
3.70-4.0$12,890 per year 2 years (4 semesters)October 1242.50
  • Only incoming transfer students are considered for the Treasure Transfer or WUE Transfer Scholarships. Consideration is based on their admissions materials received by the scholarship deadline. A complete application includes the admissions application AND transcript(s). All criteria must be met by the deadline.
  • A nonresident transfer student is defined as an individual who has earned 14 or more semester credits post high school by the scholarship deadline and holds residency in a state other than Idaho.
  • *Students must have declared an eligible major. Ineligible majors for the Treasure Transfer and WUE Transfer include Radiological Science, Pre-Radiological Science, Alternative Fee Programs, and fully online programs. These programs are subject to change.
  • **To be considered for the WUE, you must be a US Citizen or Permanent Resident and have a permanent residence within one of the following participating states/U.S. territories: Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oregon, South Dakota, Utah, Washington, Wyoming, Guam, Commonwealth of the Northern Marianas Islands (CNMI), Republic of the Marshall Islands or the Federal States of Micronesia.
  • WUE scholarship recipients cannot count time in the WUE program towards establishing Idaho residency. Visit the Idaho Residency webpage for more information.
  • WUE scholarship covers 150% of the resident tuition, this is a savings of approximately $12,890 per year.
  • Treasure scholarship covers up to 50% of the nonresident tuition, this is a savings of approximately $8,460.00 per year.
  • Nonresident scholarship recipients are still responsible for resident fees and the uncovered portion of the nonresident fees. Online courses that charge a per-credit fee instead of standard tuition and fees do not count in the required 12 credit total per semester.
  • ***Recipients must be enrolled in at least 12 credits each semester (fall & spring) and successfully complete at least 24 credits combined (fall & spring). If you are a one-semester recipient (fall or spring only) you must successfully complete at least 12 credits.
  • Please make yourself familiar with the Scholarship Policies for additional details.
  • Current information on tuition and fee costs at Boise State University can be found on the University Tuition & Fees page.
  • Courses that were repeated within the same academic year may impact the credit completion requirement. To learn more about repeated credits visit the Repeated Credits webpage.

STEP 3: Complete the FAFSA

Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA®) to be considered for the greatest number of need-based scholarships and federal financial aid. If you don’t want to be considered for federal student aid or need-based scholarships, proceed to the next step.

Students who don’t meet the citizenship or eligible non-citizenship criteria for the FAFSA may still be eligible for need-based scholarships. Complete the FAFSA4caster, once completed email the confirmation page to scholarships@boisestate.edu with your student identification number.

Spring Priority Deadline: October 1

If the deadline has passed, we still encourage you to complete the application as some financial aid may still be available. The last day a FAFSA can be submitted is June 30

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STEP 4: Other Funding Opportunities

Maximize your scholarship opportunities by applying for Private Funds.

Apply Now for Private Scholarships

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