There are many other opportunities, see Financial Aid’s Scholarships website for scholarship opportunities. Boise State Veteran Services provides this list as a courtesy, we will not remove opportunities which are out of date just so you know to look for them next cycle.
- Comcast NBC Universal
- The Key Thinkers Scholarship
- The Marince Corps Scholarship Foundation
- National Association of Veterans Program Administrators (NAVPA)
- Pat Tillman Scholar Information
- Presidents Writing Awards Application
- SVA (Student Veterans of America)
- Study.com Scholarship
- TecEx Scholarship
- The Tona Law Veteran’s Scholarship
- VFW’s Sport Clips Help A Hero Scholarship
- VFW’s Youth Scholarship
- Wells Fargo Veterans Scholarship Program Application
- Apartment Guide Scholarhip
- A-1 Transport Annual Scholarship Website
About Textbook Lending Library
A free lending library is open for all current Boise State student veterans and dependents to use, regardless of whether you have VA education benefits or not. Browse the catalog below to see if your textbook is listed — if it’s available, you can borrow it for the semester.
Our library has been stocked 100% by donations from the Boise State campus community. You can help us develop our library by donating your old textbooks. The larger the collection, the more veterans and dependents we can help. We cannot ship books to students, you must be able to pick up your book in person from our office.
About Veterans Upward Bound
Veterans Upward Bound is one of several TRIO programs on the Boise State University campus and is designed to help veterans prepare for and succeed in post-secondary education. They serve veterans planning to attend college, universities, technical schools, certificate programs and more.
Their services are FREE and include assessment, individual and group instructional programs, career planning, and other services to support veterans’ educational goals.
Math and English Tutoring
Free Math and English tutoring are available in the Veteran Service lounge for Veterans and Dependents use VA Educational Benefits.
- Tuesdays, 3 p.m. – 5 p.m.
- Thursdays, 2 p.m. – 4 p.m.
- Fridays, 2 p.m. -5 p.m.
For eligibility and to apply, see Tutorial Assistance from the VA website.
About Veterans Writing Group
Come work with Boise State University’s English Department faculty in whatever medium you prefer: fiction, creative non-fiction, poetry, memoir, or something else. All skill levels are welcome, whether you’re a word virtuoso, a dabbler in dialogue, or an aspiring amateur!
Come and workshop written work with Boise State Professors, or learn about the Veteran Writing Center. Meet with fellow veterans and establish or strengthen bonds for the Treasure Valley Veteran Community.
See the Veterans Writing Group page.
Veteran Career Resources
Career Services supports you in your transition from a military to civilian career. See the Veteran Career Resources Portal for many online resources, or to schedule an appointment with Career Services.
About Student Life Essentials
The VetSuccess on-campus program is a collaborative effort between the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) and Boise State University. The goal of the program is to help military Veterans and eligible dependents of military Veterans make a smooth transition to college life and to successfully complete their educational goals.