Boise State Registration Guide
Orientation is available to help students successfully transition to the university. New students are required to attend orientation prior to registering for classes.
All students are encouraged to meet with an academic advisor to help build/plan a class schedule.
Particular courses only allow students to register when it is apparent certain skill levels can be expected. In addition, for students who did not take the ACT or SAT or do not feel comfortable with their scores, Boise State offers Placement Exams for several subjects.
College of Business and Economics
Modern Languages and Literatures
Boise State University's Academic Calendars list all of the registration deadline dates for the current catalog year. The calendar specifies the policy deadlines, by semester and session, for the following: registration, adding and dropping classes, and withdrawals. You are strongly encouraged to familiarize yourself with these calendars, especially the Deadlines by Session table, as you will be held accountable for meeting these deadlines.
The Registrar's Office serves as a Help Center for students not familiar with the web registration process and provides registration information to new and continuing students.
Adding and Dropping Classes
Auditing a Course
Location and Room Abbreviations
Course Prefix Codes and Course Numbers
Student Enrollment Verification
Once you register for classes, you remain registered and are held responsible for the fees and grades assessed for these classes unless you cancel your registration. If you do not pay for or do not attend these classes you are still held responsible for the fees and grades assessed. If you decide not to attend any classes, you must drop all of them (including classes and workshops that begin later in the semester) through your my.BoiseState account no later than the tenth day of classes (see Academic Calendar Deadlines by Session).