At Boise State University opportunities for learning extend well beyond the four walls of our classrooms. As a metropolitan university nestled in the heart of Idaho's capital city, Boise State offers students the chance to integrate classroom learning with an active community filled with outdoor activities, lectures, concerts and athletic events. Boise State brings learning to life!
Boise State University is home to over 19,000 students studying in over 190 different programs. Students find a campus community that embraces their desire to be active participants in their education. Students engage in undergraduate research, internships, study abroad programs, the Honors College and over 200 clubs and organizations. Boise State provides a dynamic, stimulating environment that assists students in reaching their goals. To learn more about Boise State University, check out www.boisestate.edu.
This institution offers the WUE rate to transfer students.
The WUE tuition rate applies to the majors listed below. If the major is not listed here, it is not eligible for the WUE rate:
|Program Name||Degree Type(s)|
|Accountancy - Finance||BA, BS|
|Arts and Sciences||ASSOC, No Degree|
|Biology Teacher Education||BS|
|Chemistry Teacher Education||BS|
|Criminal Justice||ASSOC, BA, BS|
|Early Childhood Studies||BA|
|Early Childhood Studies||BA|
|Earth Science Education||BS|
|Education Secondary/K-12 Teaching||BA|
|Elementary Education - Bilingual/ENL||BA|
|Engineering, General||No Degree|
|English - Linguistics & Writing Emphasis||BA|
|English, Technical Communication Emphasis||BA|
|Environmental and Occupational Health||BS|
|Ethnic Studies||BA, BS|
|French Language Teacher Education||BA|
|Game and Interactive Media Design||BS|
|General Business Management||BA, BS|
|General Undeclared||No Degree|
|Geosciences/Earth Science, General||BS|
|German Language Teacher Education||BA|
|Health Ed & Promotion||BS|
|Health Informatics and Information Management||BS|
|Health Science - Undeclared||No Degree|
|Health Science Studies||BS|
|History of Art and Visual Culture||BA|
|History Teacher Education||BA|
|Human Resource Management||BA, BS|
|Information Technology Mgmt||BA, BS|
|K-12 Physical Education||BS|
|Kinesiology and Exercise Science||BS|
|Materials Science and Engineering||BS|
|Mathematics Secondary Education||BA, BS|
|Music - Business||BA|
|Music - General||BA|
|Music - Performance||BA|
|Nursing/Registered Nurse (RN, ASN, BSN, MSN)||ASSOC, BS||Does Not Accept WUE Transfers|
|Physics Teacher Education||BS|
|Political Science||BA, BS|
|Pre-Audition Music||No Degree|
|Pre-Criminal Justice||No Degree|
|Pre-Dental Hygiene||No Degree|
|Pre-Dietetics/Dietitian (RD)||No Degree|
|Pre-Forestry and Pre-Wildlife Management||No Degree|
|Pre-Occupational Therapist||No Degree|
|Pre-Occupational Therapy Studies||No Degree|
|Pre-Pharmacy Studies||No Degree|
|Pre-Physical Therapy||No Degree|
|Pre-Physician Assistant||No Degree|
|Pre-Speech Language Pathology||No Degree|
|Psychology Teacher Education||BA|
|Radiologic Technology/Science - Radiation Therapist||ASSOC||Does Not Accept WUE Transfers|
|Respiratory Care||ASSOC, BS|
|Social Science||BA, BS, No Degree|
|Social Science Teacher Education||BA, BS|
|Spanish Language Teacher Education||BA|
|Supply Chain Management||BA, BS|
|Theatre Arts Teacher Education||BA|
To be considered for a WUE Scholarship you must:
Submit all admission materials by December 15, 2016.
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, and Commonwealth of the Northern Marianas Islands (CNMI).
Be a US Citizen or Permanent Resident.
Be accepted as a degree-seeking student with an eligible undergraduate program. Please note that the over enrolled programs are closed to WUE participants. Students who choose an over enrolled major on their application for Boise State admission or within their Student Center will not be considered for the WUE. The closed majors include Nursing, Pre-Nursing, Radiology, and Pre-Radiology. Self-supported online programs are also closed to WUE participants. These programs are subject to change.
New Entering Freshman must have at least a 3.20 cumulative unweighted high school GPA AND ACT composite 21 or SAT critical reading and math combined 980 to receive the WUE. Additional students will be considered based on resource availability. High School students with college credits will be considered based on their high school GPA and test scores.
New Transfer Students must have earned 26 or more semester credits from a regionally accredited institution of higher education with at least a 3.50 cumulative college GPA in order to be considered for this highly competitive award. (Students with less than 26 transfer credits are encouraged to submit a high school transcript and ACT or SAT scores to the Admission’s Office to be evaluated for scholarship consideration).
Competitive Programs: Some programs are especially selective for this scholarship, and will require higher academic performance. These include: Civil Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, and Pre-Mechanical Engineering.Contact Information