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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

How Are You Doing?

It’s essential for all of us to stay in touch with our families and friends during unsettled times, and for us here at Boise State University, we consider you members of our extended Bronco family. That’s why we wanted to touch base and let you know we’re here for you. Whether you’re working remotely, or practicing the CDC recommended social distancing, through technology, we can still easily connect.

Browse our Bronco Family Chat to see how we stay connected and get through this together!

Alumna responds to emergencies all over the world

Boise State alumna Jamie Baxter’s job as an emergency nurse has no borders. Shortly after she joined the National Disaster Medical System’s (NDMS) Disaster Medical Assistance Team in 2001, 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. 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.

Meet Jamie

Your Support Makes a Difference

Make the biggest impact on Boise State students by supporting the Campus Food Pantry or the Student Emergency Fund. Both funds are available to students to assit them with housing payments, emergency situations, food insecurities and moments of crisis.

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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.

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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Meet Alumna Leta Harris Neustaedter

Looking for lessons

Alumna Leta Harris Neustaedter (MA, social work, ’98) moved to Boise in the fifth grade and graduated from Boise High School in 1988.

A formative six-month stay on the Caribbean island of Roatán after she completed her master’s program brought enlightenment.  It brought adventure; Neustaedter supported herself by waiting tables, painting murals and singing. It also brought tragedy. An accident claimed the life of her fiancé, Patrick.

Meet Alumna Leta Harris Neustaedter

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!

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.

Learn More About the Online MBA

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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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!

Low Power Reading Hour

Midday Mindfulness

Boise State Virtual Easter Egg Hunt

Bronco Day 2020

Top Ten Scholars Digital Award Ceremony

Recent News

Venture College alumna vying for a spot on the Olympic team
Looking for lessons: A profile of alumna Leta Harris Neustaedter
Ground Zero, typhoons and Coronavirus: this Boise State alumna responds to emergencies all over the world
Boise State MFA program hosts Idaho Writer in Residence Malia Collins
College of Business and Economics alumnus named AACSB Influential Leader
Boise Blues Society and the Riverside Hotel establish two music scholarship funds