About Boise State University and Scholarship
Boise State University (BSU), located in Boise, Idaho, is a prominent public research institution with a rich history dating back to its founding in 1932 by the Episcopal Church. Since then, it has grown and evolved into a comprehensive university offering a wide range of academic programs. BSU achieved university status in 1965 and became a public institution in 1969. Today, it offers more than 100 graduate degree programs across various colleges, including Business and Economics, Engineering, Arts & Sciences, Education, Public Service, and Health Sciences.
Boise State University is classified as an “R2: Doctoral Universities – High Research Activity” institution by the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education. The university’s athletic teams, known as the Broncos, compete in the Mountain West Conference (MWC) as part of NCAA Division I. BSU is accredited by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities and grants degrees at the associate, bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral levels.
The Summit Scholarship, offered by Boise State University, is designed for new or transfer international first-year students. It provides financial support by waiving the nonresident portion of tuition fees.
Details about Summit Scholarship at Boise State University:
- Scholarship Sponsor: Boise State University, USA
- Scholarship Value: $11,000
- Number of awards: Not specified
- Study level: Bachelor
- Host Institution(s): Boise State University, USA
Summit Scholarship – Eligibility Criteria
To be eligible for the Summit Scholarship at Boise State University, applicants must meet the following conditions:
- The Summit Scholarship, along with the Foothills and Ridgeline scholarships, is available to new students only. Applicants must submit all required application materials by the scholarship deadline. Both the admissions application and official transcripts are required for a complete application.
- Eligible majors for this scholarship include nursing, pre-nursing, radiological science, pre-radiological science, alternative fee programs, and fully online courses. Note that program eligibility may change.
- Scholarship recipients must enroll full-time (a minimum of 12 credits) during the fall and spring semesters. They are responsible for paying resident fees and the remaining portion of nonresident costs.
- To renew the scholarship, recipients must complete a minimum of 24 credits during both the fall and spring semesters while maintaining full-time enrollment (12 credits per semester).
- Course repetition within the same academic year does not count toward the 24-credit requirement for scholarship renewal but may still be eligible for federal financial aid.
- Applicants must be first-time, full-time undergraduate students at Boise State University pursuing a degree.
- Transfer students must have a college GPA between 3.70 and 4.0.
- New students must have an equivalent unweighted high school GPA of 3.70 or higher.
Application Procedure for Summit Scholarship
Applicants will automatically be considered for the Summit Scholarship, as well as the Foothills and Ridgeline scholarships, by submitting a complete application and meeting the eligibility requirements. A complete application includes both the admissions application and relevant transcripts.
- Nonresident Fall 2023 Deadline: December 15
- Nonresident Spring 2024 Deadline: February 15
For more information and to access the application, visit here.