A Graduate Assistantship (GA) is an offer of funding in exchange for some work commitment on the part of the student. Assistantships vary in size, but often cover tuition, fees, and health insurance, and pay an additional living stipend. In exchange, students are expected to undertake teaching, research, or administrative duties in their academic department.
A scholarship is also an offer of funding from the university, but comes with no work requirements.
Graduate GEM Scholarships have deadlines of February 15th (Fall semester) and October 1st (Spring semester). Note that not all graduate programs accept students for both semesters.
Departmental funding deadlines vary. Please check with your academic department to ensure you meet any deadlines.
Many departments at Boise State offer very competitive funding packages to qualified students including full funding options and stipend awards. Be sure to check with your academic department for more specifics
In addition to this page, we recommend visiting the Boise State Graduate College’s funding page and consulting with your academic department directly.
Awards:- Boise State University will provide the full-time non-resident portion of tuition, a savings of approximately $16,000 per academic year.