Steps to Get Started
Interested in the Sophomore Start option? The following steps provide detailed information for students on how to participate in Sophomore Start.
Note: Boise State’s Concurrent Enrollment office has carefully selected and sequenced college level courses at our partnering high schools in order to satisfy the requirements of high school graduation and Sophomore Start simultaneously. Based on our analysis, students who attend one of these high schools and is planning to attend Boise State University upon graduating from high school is eligible to participate in Sophomore Start:
Nampa School District: Columbia High, Skyview High and Nampa High
West Ada School District: Centennial High, Eagle High, Meridian High, Mountain View High and Rocky Mountain High
If you do not attend one of these schools and would like to receive general advising, please contact our office to schedule an advising appointment.
STEP 1: Complete and submit an online Pre-Advising Questionnaire.
STEP 2: Upon review of the completed Pre-Advising Questionnaire to determine if you are eligible, a Boise State Concurrent Enrollment advisor will contact you to schedule an advising appointment. If you do not receive a response within 7-14 days, please contact our office. Parents are encouraged to attend advising sessions. Students not eligible to participate will be notified.
STEP 3: Complete the Sophomore Start option agreement, have it signed by a parent or guardian, and bring it to your scheduled advising session.
STEP 4: Attend a 45-minute advising session with your parent(s) or guardian(s) to draft a degree plan based your academic goals and degree interests. The degree plan will be designed to guide you in choosing appropriate dual credit courses that will facilitate a seamless transition to college.
STEP 5: After your advising session, if necessary, you may make changes to your academic plan by submitting an updated degree plan as needed. Submission of the Sophomore Start degree plan will help you stay on track toward completing your goals, by showing you how earned credits apply to a degree, and where in the degree they apply.
STEP 6: If you plan to take a summer class, you must submit an application to take on campus classes and attend our Sophomore Start Summer Orientation. Details will be provided during your advising session.
Visit the web pages below to learn more about Boise State’s Concurrent Enrollment program and Summer Sessions.
Boise State Concurrent Enrollment Program
- Concurrent Enrollment General Information
- Participating High Schools
- Course Descriptions
- How To Apply
- FERPA Release of Information Form (PDF).
Boise State Summer Classes