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Boise Bible College is the place where you can start imagining your future wherever God may call you with fellow Christians. In addition, the experience and education gained at this Bible college to equip you for a lifetime to serve Jesus as humble leaders, thoughtful disciplers, and excelling Christian professionals. 

Furthermore, we’re committed to helping you seek the best for the life God is calling you to, and we’re here to help you through each step of the application process. So, we invite you to take the first step into starting your future by applying to Boise Bible College.

Text or call us at 208-376-7731 or email admissions@boisebible.edu with questions! 

The dedication to helping students have low tuition costs with a high quality, biblically-anchored education was what set Boise Bible College apart from others for me.

Grace Quinn

Junior

I chose Boise Bible College because of the great community and academics.

Samuel Rodabaugh

Sophomore

At Boise Bible College there are awesome opportunities to actually use the gifts God has given you and/or the skills you’re learning.

Josh Elder

Alumni

Application Checklists & Deadlines

FALL DEADLINES

August 15th

Priority Decision – May 15th

SPRING DEADLINES

December 15th

Priority Decision – December 1st

Traditional Student means applicants wishing to take classes for credit to pursue a degree who are high school graduates, with or without college credits, and/or less than two years removed from high school. We accept credits from Dual Enrollment or Running Start programs (as well as any other college or AP credits).

Checklist Items:

  • Personal History and Academic Background
  • Essay
  • Minister Recommendation
  • Official High School transcripts and/or College transcripts/AP Credits
  • ACT or SAT scores
  • $25 Application Fee

Transfer Student means applicants wishing to take classes for credit to pursue a degree who are currently students at another college, Christian college, or within 2 years of taking college courses. However, to be considered as a Transfer, students must have 12+ credits of college courses.

Also, high school students in dual enrollment or Running Start are not Transfer Students, but credits may transfer.

See Transfer Student Guide or the Catalog for additional information.

Checklist Items:

  • Personal History and Academic Background
  • Essay
  • Minister Recommendation
  • Official College Transcripts
  • $25 Application Fee

International Student means applicants who are non-citizens of the United States.

See International Student Guide or the Catalog for more information.

Checklist Items:

  • Personal History and Academic Background
  • Essay
  • Minister Recommendation
  • Missionary Recommendation
  • Academic transcripts in English
  • TOEFL Scores, if your country’s national language is English.
  • Affidavit of Support Letter
  • $25 Application Fee

Audit Student means applicants wishing to take classes for non-credit for a lower cost.

Checklist Items:

  • Personal History and Academic Background
  • Essay
  • Minister Recommendation
  • $25 Application Fee

Church Leaders and Alumni, please see information on our Professional Development Audit Grant.

Co-curricular Students are applicants still attending high school who wish to take classes for credit to pursue a degree at a lower cost.

See our Co-curricular Student Guide for more information.

Checklist Items:

  • Personal History and Academic Background
  • Essay
  • Minister Recommendation
  • Official high school transcripts
  • $25 Application Fee

Students in the process of applying that meet various academic requirements may be able to bypass the SAT or ACT test for admittance. You must meet one of four conditions.

  • Condition #1: In the absence of an ACT or SAT test score, a student may still be admitted to Boise Bible College at the discretion of the Director of Admissions if he/she has a high school CGPA of 3.0 or higher, has earned at least “C” grades in standard college prep courses (history, government, algebra, chemistry, physics, etc.), and has a class ranking in the top thirty percent of their graduating class. (Does not apply to home-schooled students)
  • Condition #2: In the absence of an ACT or SAT test score, a student may still be admitted to Boise Bible College at the discretion of the Director of Admissions if he or she has a high school CGPA of 3.0 or higher, has earned at least “C” grades in standard college prep courses (history, government, algebra, chemistry, physics, etc.), and receives a high recommendation from one of his or her high school teachers in an academic subject area.
  • Condition #3: In the absence of an ACT or SAT test score, a student may still be admitted to Boise Bible College at the discretion of the Director of Admissions if he or she has a high school CGPA of 3.0 or higher and has earned at least “C” grades in at least two Advanced Placement Courses.
  • Condition #4: In the absence of an ACT or SAT test score, a student may still be admitted to Boise Bible College at the discretion of the Director of Enrollment Services if he or she has a high school CGPA of 2.5 and meets at least two of the following four conditions:
    • The student receives a high recommendation from one of his or her high school teachers in an academic area.
    • The student has a 3.0 or higher CGPA for his or her high school academic courses (English, math, history, etc.) as verified by transcripts.
    • The student provides evidence of a strong support network, such as church or family resources and/or relationships, that points to the strong likelihood of academic success.
    • The student has taken some other academic/standardized test which gives an indication of his or her ability to be successful in Bible college.

If students do not meet the requirements, then the ACCESS Program is available to prepare students for college coursework at Boise Bible College.

If you have any questions, please contact the Admissions Department at 208-376-7731 or admissions@boisebible.edu.

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