At Boise State, you’re considered a transfer student if you have completed at least one college class for credit after graduating from high school. If you took college level courses during high school you are considered a freshman student with transfer coursework.
Making the Transition to Boise State
As a transfer student, you’ll quickly discover that your smooth transition to Boise State is our top priority. And once you arrive on campus, you’ll uncover new opportunities in each encounter.
Check out the Transfer Student website to see the key elements of the Transfer Process.
Transfer Students entering Boise State University under the 2018-2019 Catalog
This information pertains to students who are transferring to Boise State University from another institution. New transfer students are required to meet with an advisor. Unsure who your advisor is? Find information on the Advising and Academic Enhancement page or the COEN Advising and Outreach page
Background Information on UF100, UF200, and UF300:
Foundation of Intellectual Life (UF 100) and Foundation of Ethics and Diversity (UF 200) are graduation requirements for all Boise State University students. These courses introduce our signature learning outcomes (ULOs 1-6) to students and in doing so support the development of skills and knowledge which will help students succeed in college. They also form the basis for courses that follow in the undergraduate curriculum.
Please see below for the guidelines concerning:
- Core Certified students
- Transfer students with 58 or more credit hours
- Transfer students with fewer than 58 credit hours
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