The College of Business and Economics (COBE) awards scholarships each year to advance the success of individuals and organizations of Idaho. Scholarships reward outstanding academic performance and provide financial support to high quality students. COBE offers a variety of scholarships that cover some or all of the cost of attending. Grants, graduate assistantships, research assistantships, and resident scholar programs are some of the funding options available directly through Boise State University.
To qualify for COBE graduate scholarships, a student must
- Enroll full-time (9 credits or more)
- Have a minimum GPA of 3.0
- Be fully admitted to their program by the March 1 deadline
- Submit application materials (i.e. supplemental forms, admissions applications) no later than February 15.
Students wishing to be considered for need-based scholarships must mail the FAFSA to the federal processor by February 15.
The William H. & Gladys E. Langroise Research Scholar Assistantship (MBA)
The Langroise Research Scholar Assistantship is an MBA Graduate Assistantship awarded to an outstanding graduate assistant applicant. To qualify, the candidate must be admitted to the MBA program by February 1.
Graduate Residential Scholars Program (GRSP)
Scholars live in an on-campus residential community of graduate students representing diverse backgrounds and disciplinary interests. Each scholar is awarded a two-year graduate assistantship that includes a stipend ($10,000 per academic year), full waiver of tuition and fees, and free housing in the new and fully furnished University Square Apartments. Interested students must submit completed Graduate Assistant and GRSP Application Forms.
Each four-bedroom, four-person apartment has high-speed internet, reserved parking, and washer and dryer facilities. See housing for more information including floor plans. Prospective students can also call 208-426-3986 to schedule a tour.
Selection of scholars begins on February 1, with notification in late February. Note that this date may differ from than the application deadline for the graduate program to which the student is applying. Students interested in the GRSP are encouraged to check with their program coordinator to ensure that their application material is considered prior to the February 1 GRSP deadline.
Questions may be directed to
Associate Dean of the Graduate College
Boise State University
Boise, ID, 83725.
Graduate Research/Teaching Assistantship (GA)
COBE offers a limited number of Graduate Assistantships (GA) for full-time graduate business students. For more information, see the full page here.