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Technology Services for Students

The most common question the Office of Information Technology (OIT) hears from new students is, “So, what do you do?” The answer: they do a lot. OIT provides more than 150 services to Boise State students and the campus community. … (Read More) Technology Services for Students

Share Your Boise State Story – Become an Orientation Leader

There are a lot of ways you can make an impact as an orientation leader. You will build your personal leadership style, gain professional confidence, and develop communication skills as you help new students and their families make a smooth … (Read More) Share Your Boise State Story – Become an Orientation Leader

Student Union Art Exhibitions Explore Identity

A new year often spurs questions about who we are and who we want to be. The Student Union Fine Arts Program presents two exhibitions to help you explore these questions and encourage your self-journey. Narratives, by Samuel Paden, and … (Read More) Student Union Art Exhibitions Explore Identity

MLK Celebration Begins With January 15 March and Rally

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. left behind a legacy of radical positive change using peaceful means. King used the power of words and acts of nonviolent resistance, such as protests, grassroots organizing, and civil disobedience to achieve seemingly-impossible goals. Join the … (Read More) MLK Celebration Begins With January 15 March and Rally

Apply Now for 2018-19 Financial Aid

College is expensive, but help is available. Did you know filling out the FAFSA and Boise State scholarship applications will give you access to more than 700 potential scholarships? Apply now – and definitely before the February 15 priority deadline … (Read More) Apply Now for 2018-19 Financial Aid

Boise State’s Accommodations for Students

Boise State University is committed to ensuring students with disabilities receive appropriate, timely accommodations pursuant to Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990. In accordance with University Policy … (Read More) Boise State’s Accommodations for Students

2017 Campus Awards Winners Announced

The Division of Student Affairs and Enrollment Management hosted Boise State’s annual Campus Awards Ceremony on Tuesday evening, April 18. This blue carpet event recognized students, faculty, staff, and student organizations for outstanding achievement, service, and campus engagement. The following … (Read More) 2017 Campus Awards Winners Announced

Yoga On The Blue April 29

This time of the year, it’s important to find balance. Boise State Recreation Services is hosting the fifth annual Yoga On The Blue, a one hour yoga class on the blue turf where you can get some physical and mental … (Read More) Yoga On The Blue April 29

BroncoFit Week: Food Symposium April 24

It’s the little things, like what you eat. that can make a big difference in your health and wellness.  BroncoFit Week kicks off on Monday, April 24 with the Food Symposium, a discussion hosted by Campus Dietitian MarLee Harris about … (Read More) BroncoFit Week: Food Symposium April 24

Experience the 24th Annual Seven Arrows Powwow

Boise State University is proud to host the 24th Annual Seven Arrows Powwow April 22 and 23. This high-energy competition celebrates the heritage and traditions of Native Americans, and draws dancers and drummers from across the continent. Don’t miss this … (Read More) Experience the 24th Annual Seven Arrows Powwow