Geographic regions, academic units or special interest groups not served by an official chapter or club may have an alumni association presence through the Bronco Contact program. This program is designed for constituencies that do not have a sufficient number of alumni or adequate volunteer base to sustain a viable chapter or club but have enough interest to connect with each other.
A Bronco Contact is an individual who volunteers on behalf of the alumni association and/or Boise State. Bronco Contacts are listed on the alumni website and serve as the key contact for a geographic region. (There may be more than one Bronco Contact in an area.) Bronco Contacts receive newsletters and other periodic information from the alumni association. Bronco Contacts are encouraged to organize at least one activity per year. While there is no promise that the Boise State Alumni Association will financially supplement Bronco Contact activities, staff assistance in many forms will be provided. Exceptions to this financial rule may be considered if there is demonstrated alumni interest and strong Boise State Alumni Association membership in the area.
Steps to becoming a Bronco Contact:
- Submit a letter/email outlining your commitment to support the mission of the Boise State Alumni Association to the director of regional alumni programs for approval. An example is shown in the information below.
- Agree to fulfill the responsibilities listed below.
- Complete and return the signed data access confidentiality form.
Visit the Bronco Contact, Chapter and Club Handbook.