Foothills Scholarship overview
Boise State University Scholarships are available to outstanding international students who have achieved academic success and are committed to university success. These scholarships cover the non-resident portion of tuition fees for incoming freshmen, or students transferring to Boise State University.
Only freshmen are eligible for Foothills, Ridgeline, or Summit scholarships. Eligibility is determined based on admission documents received by the scholarship deadline. A complete application includes an application for admission and a certificate. Certain majors such as Nursing, Pre-Nursing, Radiology, Pre-Radiation Science, Alternative Fee Programs, and Fully Online Programs are not eligible for these scholarships (subject to change).
Scholarship recipients must be enrolled as full-time students (12 credits) each semester (fall and spring) and be responsible for the remainder of their residency and foreigner costs. Recipients must earn at least 12 credits each semester and complete a total of 24 credits (fall and spring semesters combined). Repeated courses within the same grade will not count toward her 24 credits required for scholarship renewal.
Applicants must be recent enrolled students at Boise State University to pursue a full-time bachelor’s degree. Transfer students must have a college GPA between 3.20 and 3.49. Freshman must have her GPA in high school between 3.20 and 3.49 (unweighted).
The scholarship is donated US$2,000 annually and will last for a total of four years, including eight semesters.
December 14, 2023
To apply for the Boise State University Foothills Scholarship, follow these steps:
Check the official website of Boise State University.
Go to the “Grants” or “Financial Assistance” section of the website. Look for scholarships and financial aid opportunities at Boise State University.
Search for Foothills Scholarships among our listed scholarships. Read the eligibility criteria, requirements and other additional information.
If you meet the Foothills Scholarship eligibility requirements, please collect all the required documents and information. This may include transcripts, letters of recommendation, personal statements, and other materials specified in the application instructions.
Create an account or log into the Boise State University online application portal.
Please fill out the scholarship application form accurately and completely.
Provide all required information, including personal information, academic performance, extracurricular activities, and financial information, if applicable.
Please attach the required attachments. Make sure the file is in the required format (PDF, Word document, etc.) and within the specified file size limit.
Please check carefully before submitting your application. Check again for errors or missing information.
Submit your application by the deadline through the online portal.
Write down the confirmation number or reference number you received after your successful submission.
After submitting your application, you may receive a confirmation email from Boise State University. Now keep this email for your important records.
Submit your application by the deadline through the online portal. Write down the confirmation number or reference number you received after your successful submission.
After submitting your application, you may receive a confirmation email from Boise State University. Now keep this email for your records.
Wait for the scholarships committee to review your request. Universities typically notify applicants via email or online portal about the status of their application and selection results.
If you are selected as a Foothills Scholarship recipient, please follow the instructions in the notification to receive your scholarship and meet additional requirements such as: B.
Sign the Admission Notice or Provide Additional Documents.
If you encounter any difficulties or have specific questions regarding the Foothills Scholarship application process, we encourage you to contact the Boise State University Financial Aid or Scholarship Office directly for assistance.