All Bachelor of Applied Science students are encouraged to apply for scholarships to help fund their education.
- The first step in the process is to fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
- The next step is to complete the Boise State Scholarship Application.
You may also consider applying for outside scholarships. Please remember that Boise State University does not endorse any specific website and is not responsible for the content on the various websites. Below are some Boise State scholarships you may be eligible for as a Multidisciplinary Studies student.
Second Chance Scholarship
The Second Chance Scholarship is for students who is a permanent resident of the United States, with an interest in the study of arts, humanities, social sciences, communications, public service, history, languages, general studies or education with progress towards a 3.0 cumulative GPA planning to enroll full or part time. You must also be readmitted or accepted as a transfer student to Boise State. You must have experienced a cumulative gap in education of at least 5 years. This is a one-year award.
Application Deadline: April 26
Boise State Osher Reentry Scholarship
Annual individual awards up to $1250 for part-time students and $2500 for full-time students are available for degree-seeking undergraduate re-entry students through the Boise State Osher Reentry Scholarship. Read more about the scholarship criteria and complete an application.
Application Deadline: June 1
Idaho Opportunity Scholarship for Adult Learners
The Idaho Opportunity Scholarship for Adult Learners awards up to $3,500 per year and is renewable for up to four years. The scholarship was created to help remove barriers to higher education and prepare students to enter the workforce.
To qualify for the scholarship, you must meet specific criteria, including the completion of your Federal Student Aid Application. Read more about the scholarship criteria and complete an application.