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Finances

Cost of Attendance

Investing in your bachelor’s degree is a smart move. Your total costs at Boise State may vary depending on your previous credits.

Fall 2016 and Spring 2017 Tuition and Fees

Boise State cost of attendance for the 2016-2017 academic year.

Undergraduate
RESIDENT
Per
Semester
Both
Semesters*
Undergraduate
NON-RESIDENT
Per
Semester
Both
Semesters*
Tuition & Fees
(12-15 Credits)
$3,540$7,080 Non-Resident
Tuition & Fees
(12-16 Credits)
$10,765$21,530
Tuition & Fees
(1-11 Credits)
$297
per credit
$297
per credit
Non-Resident
Tuition & Fees
(1-11 Credits)
$567
per credit
$567
per credit
Overload Fees
(17+ Credits)
$200
per credit
$200
per credit
Overload Fees
(17+ Credits)
$200
per credit
$200
per credit

Other Fees That May Apply

List of fees that may apply

New Student Curriculum Fee$175
Student ID Card Fee$25
 Booksvaries
Online Course Fees$30 per credit hour
Drop Fees$10
Deadline Penalty$50

For more information about cost of attendance, visit the Money Matters section of the Admissions’ website.

Financial Aid

Students enrolled in this program with degree-seeking status can apply for federal financial aid programs. The application completion and review process can take several weeks. The sooner you apply, the better chance you have of receiving award information before the Boise State fee deadline.

Scholarship Opportunities

We encourage you to consider applying for scholarships to help fund your education. After you submit your application for federal financial aid, you can complete the Boise State Scholarship Application and review Boise State Foundation scholarship options.

Idaho students should also check out opportunities with the Lightfoot Foundation and the Idaho Community Foundation.

You may also consider applying for outside scholarships. Please remember that Boise State University does not endorse any specific outside scholarship and is not responsible for the award process.

Military Benefits

Thank you for your service to our country. After admission to Boise State, you will apply to use your benefits. We recommend working closely with our Veteran Services Center to support your transition from military to university life.

Employer Reimbursement

Many companies invest in continuing education. We encourage you to discuss tuition support and reimbursement with your employer to learn if this is an option.

Contact us for more information about the Bachelor of Applied Science Program.

Phone: (208) 426-3496
Email: appliedscience@boisestate.edu
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