University History Research
Researching in the University Archives can be finding a quick answer or may require in-depth research. We want to help, so please contact us at email@example.com for questions or assistance.
What you can find online: information about classes and programs, people, student activities, campus news.
What you can find in-person: over 1 million photos, unique historic documents, audio and video, scrapbooks, memorabilia.
- University history books covering 1932-1994
- Yearbooks: Les Bois was published from 1935-1978
- Student newspapers: Full-text searchable of The Arbiter, University News
- University catalogs: Course catalogs for undergraduate and graduate students from 1932-present
- Boise State websites from 2018 forward, including The Arbiter, Campus News/UPDATE, colleges and academic departments, campus departments, and more
- More publications
- Archives Media: Analog video and audio content from various departments
- Photo Services Print Photographs 1932-2000: Print photos from university photographers
- Photo Services 1974 to 2003: Negatives from university photographers
- Photo Services 2002 to 2012: Digital photos from university photographers
- Slides: Collected from various departments
- Sabbatical Applications and Reports: Faculty sabbatical applications and reports (available to Boise State Faculty only)
- There are thousands of records for academic departments, student organizations, centers and institutions, presidents and deans, public relations, athletics, and more going back to 1932. Most records are available for research. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance.