How to apply
Fill out an application at http://fafsa.ed.gov
In Step 6, insert Boise State’s code:001616
For help filling out the application, call the Federal Student Aid Information Center at 1 800-4 FED AID (1-800-433-3243)
Points to ponder
Federal student loans are available only to students officially accepted and enrolled in degree-granting programs, such as our master’s degree and doctoral programs.
Students getting financial aid must register for at least six credits per semester. Summer is not considered a semester, so federally funded students may take summers off without going into premature repayment mode, but if they do choose to take summer classes, they must take six credits to avoid financial aid penalties.
Students who need financial aid must have all paperwork (application, transcripts, program development form, and essay) submitted 45 days before classes begin, or we cannot reasonably expect student loan funding by the time the next round of classes begins.
Applicants must be U.S. citizens or citizens of U.S. protectorates, or other non-citizens who possess a valid Social Security number. Applicants must demonstrate financial need. Most teachers qualify, especially those in single-income households. Applicants must not be in default on previous student loans or other federal aid. Men born after Dec. 31, 1959 and at least 18 years of age must be registered with Selective Service.
The Department of Educational Technology has a limited number of Graduate Assistantships available each year for full-time on-campus students. Awards may consist of a stipend, a fee waiver, or a combination. Applications are due by March 1 for assistantships that begin in the fall. Assistantships typically are awarded for one year but may be renewed for one additional year.
Find more information here: Learn more about Graduate Assistantships
Boise State Financial Aid Office
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