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About Boise

Boise State University resides in the heart of Idaho’s capital. Boise is well known for its beautiful scenery where locals can ski, bike, run, fish, and enjoy nature every day. Boise is also home to many local businesses and Idaho has been considered one of the “Top 10 Entrepreneurial States,” by CNN Money. We often praise our city for having a perfect balance of a “Big City” and “Small Town” feel.

Learn more about Boise at Boise.org.

Schedule a visit

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Explore Boise State University in person by scheduling an on-campus tour. The 2-hour tour is led by a Boise State University student that is able to answer questions that you or your student may have. Visit the Admissions website to schedule a tour.

Schedule A Campus Tour

Orientation

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Once your student has made the decision to become a Bronco orientation will introduce them to the departments and resources available to them. There are orientation options for first-year students, transfer students, non-traditional students, international students, and for families. Orientation is the ideal opportunity for last minute questions to be answered, allows your student to receive help in registering for classes, as well as providing you and your student with information on all of the resources that are available to you. To schedule your orientation please visit the New Student Programs Orientation site.

On-Campus Activities

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Once your student becomes a Bronco they will probably be looking for opportunities to meet new friends and expand their network. Boise State University has more than 200 student organizations. Whether your student has a passion for sports, the arts, religion, or interest in a social fraternity or sorority Boise State University has an option for your student. To learn more about the student organizations that Boise State University has to offer, visit  Get (In)volved.