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A Family You Choose

Our college classmates, professors and the friends we meet through our affiliation with Boise State provide us with lifelong friendships and the creation of our extended families. Grow your family with the alumni association.

Bronco Family Chat

Whether we are together or apart, we are all proud Broncos. Share your Boise State family, memories, thoughts and more by clicking the orange button below. Then, browse through this page to see how we stay connected even when we are physically apart.

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Special Offer for New Lifetime Members

Join the Bronco Family For Life

The Boise State University Alumni Association is proud of our Bronco Family and we love connecting, celebrating, and engaging Boise State alumni and friends.

To spread the love, we’re offering new lifetime members a Boise State Alumni Association Jenga game to enjoy with your friends and family.

The offer is good through Oct. 25, 2020.

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Buy Three Bottles, Receive a Free Tumbler

Boise State Alumni Wine Collection

For a limited time only! Buy three bottles from the Boise State Alumni Wine Collection and receive a free Boise State Alumni Association Wine Tumbler.

These newly-relabeled wines feature scenes from the Boise State University campus and include a 2015 Malbec from Indian Creek Winery, a 2014 white blend from 3 Horse Ranch Vineyards and a 2014 red wine from Telaya Wine Co,.

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Share Your Experience

Did you love your experience at Boise State University and want to share it with others? Now is your chance!

Write Bronco Spirit Cards to share your experience with future Boise State students or connect with other alumni, fans and friends through our regional programs.

Be Social

Use the #boisestate and #boisestatealumni hashtags to showcase your Bronco Pride, game day traditions, involvement in the community, adventures and lots of BLUE and ORANGE. Go Broncos!

Broncos Everywhere

Remember that feeling you had when you were at Boise State — the feeling of being part of something you could be proud of? You never have to lose it. Even if you reside outside of the Treasure Valley.

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Stay Connected

Be part of what’s going on at Boise State. We’ll keep you informed and involved. Stay in touch by logging in or creating an account on Connect — The Alumni and Friends Online Community to access exclusive information and resources for Boise State alumni and friends.

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Elevate The Blue

The postponement of fall sports and the uncertain future amidst a global pandemic has had and will continue to have a significant impact on our budget and our ability to carry out the mission of Boise State Athletics. We are charting a path to uphold our standard of excellence, but it is going to require your help. We are going to need a level of philanthropy from our fans that we have never seen before.

A Strong Voice for Young People in Foster Care

A Strong Voice for Young People in Foster Care

Ivy entered the Idaho foster care system when she was 13. She lived in foster homes and a group home before coming to Boise State as a freshman. Defying the odds, she graduated in May with a double major in environmental studies and political science. This fall, she’ll begin the master’s program in public administration at Boise State. Meet Ivy.

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Meet Alumna Jaime Baxter

Responding to emergencies all over the world

Shortly after she joined the National Disaster Medical System’s (NDMS) Disaster Medical Assistance Team in 2001, Boise State alumna Jamie Baxter was deployed to Ground Zero in response to the September 11 attacks. In 2018, she provided medical aid to those affected by Typhoon Yutu, which caused catastrophic destruction in Saipan, Tinian and the Philippines. Her latest mission was helping 57 evacuees from Wuhan, China – the epicenter of the coronavirus outbreak – at Camp Ashland Army National Guard Base outside of Omaha, Nebraska. There, she monitored a 14-day quarantine order issued by the U.S. government.

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Meet Alumni Luke Dixon and Kasey Keller Dixon

Alumni Support Nursing Student Loan Debt Relief

Thanks to the generosity of Boise State University College of Business and Economics alumni, Luke and Kasey Dixon, ’08, graduates of the College of Health Science nursing program will get some student debt relief. The Ketchum couple sponsored a campaign where a portion of the sales from their company’s adult beverage, boozie, cocktail in a can, was donated to the Idaho Relief Fund. Of the $45,000 raised for local needs, $33,603 went to help with nursing student loan debt. The fund was established to support nurses and others working the front lines of the COVID-19 global pandemic. Thank you, Luke and Kasey!

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Member Benefit

Online MBA Offers New Emphasis Areas

Prepare for success in today’s competitive global market with an online MBA or an online MBA with an emphasis in one of three areas: construction management, health care leadership or management. In addition, a 15% tuition discount is available to those alumni who have completed at least 25 credits or graduated from Boise State and is a current Boise State Alumni Association dues-paying or paid-in-full member.

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Upcoming Events

It doesn’t matter whether you’re visiting us from the Treasure Valley or from across the globe — you’re always welcome home!

Class of 1970 Recognition — Celebrating 50 Years

Homecoming From Home

Boise Startup Week

Midday Mindfulness

Cybersecurity Part II: National and Industrial Concerns

Recent News

Hometown Challenge: Accepted
Boise State Public Radio announces both its largest gift and first endowment
M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust Grant bolsters Boise State’s nanoscale research infrastructure
Alumnus gracefully transitions from dance to a career in finance
Alumna awarded Gilliam Fellowship to support inclusive science
School of Nursing graduate named honorary diplomate by American Veterinary Epidemiology Society