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From its campus in Boise, Idaho, Boise State University awards degrees as a public institution. Instructors draw on their expertise in diverse fields. The school offers academic and technical programs that prepare graduates for the workforce or a bachelor's degree. The cost per credit is unknown. At the accredited institution, students qualify for financial aid, including federal loans, scholarships, and grants. The institution reports that 84% of students receive aid, and 33% receive loans. Bachelor's students graduate from the school at a rate of 51%. Applicants can expect admission rates of 77%. The admissions office provides more information about application requirements and start dates. Boise State University has been accredited by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities, an independent accrediting body.