The first step to becoming a student at Boise State University is to apply for admission.
For undergraduate admissions information and to apply, visit Boise State Admissions.
If you have questions about undergraduate admission, call Undergraduate Admissions at (208) 426-1156
(for those without a bachelor's degree).
NOTE: The application deadline for undergraduate degree-seeking students is typically mid-May for the next academic year. Non-degree-seeking students can apply and register through the first week of classes.
Advising is available by appointment with the Boise State Mountain Home Coordinator.
* For students who wish to meet on Tuesday at the Mountain Home City Library, call the Mountain Home Coordinator, Valerie Marsh, in advance to set up the appointment – (208) 828-6746
Once you are admitted to Boise State and have received a registration appointment, you are ready to register.
Online registration and instructions are available at my.BoiseState (7 a.m. to midnight, Monday through Friday).
You may register for classes in these ways:
In addition to other registration locations, you may also register at the Mountain Home office:
Special registration dates: Priority Military registration, by appointment at the Boise State/MHAFB office.
Once you register, your Student Account will be available to you on my.BoiseState. This is where you will find your student account detail including due dates and amounts due. Be sure to access your student account as soon as you register and often during the semester.
You will also receive a student email account. Please check this regularly as important university information will be communicated via email. You also have the option of setting the student email to automatically forward to your regular email address.
Once you have been admitted, we suggest you take advantage of one of the conveniently scheduled orientation programs. It will provide you with information on resources, access to advisors, registration assistance, student success programs, tutorial services, and additional valuable university resources. Orientation is available in groups or online. Call them at 426-4049 or visit the New Student Orientation website for more information.
If you are only taking classes at Mountain Home, you may waive the Orientation requirement by contacting the Mountain Home AFB coordinator.
For more information or assistance, contact the Boise State Mountain Home Coordinator, Valerie Marsh,
at (208) 828-6746,
or email: email@example.com