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Partners in supporting student success

Parents and families are our most valued partners. You have entrusted us with your child and their education, and we want to help you stay connected to the departments and people that play an active role in your student’s life. Stay informed and join in on the Bronco experience.

Your student's experience

Academic Support

There may be occasions in your student’s time at Boise State when they struggle with their classes. This is normal, especially in their first year of college.

Some of the biggest culprits leading to low grades in college are poor note-taking, time management and reading skills.

Learn more about academic resources available

Campus Life

Many individuals describe college and being the best time of their life. Boise State University offers numerous resources for Broncos to feel a part of the campus and to ensure that their college experience is meaningful, inspiring, fun, and rewarding.

Learn more about campus life


Paying for college is an important conversation for students and their families. The Boise State University Financial Aid and Scholarships Office can also help you and your student.

Learn more about finances

Parents and families can be vital support systems for students

Ask Us Questions!

Reach out to a professional in the New Student Programs office for a conversation about the questions you have.

Complete the Consult Form

News for You and Your Student

Apply for Second Year On-Campus Housing
Volunteer for the Bronco Family Welcome Postcard campaign
Students can apply for Alternative Spring Breaks!
Broncos are not cyberbullies

University Health Care Services

University Health Services provides convenient, accessible and high-quality health care to the campus community. They offer a full range of primary care, specialty medical services, comprehensive counseling and wellness services all focused on what students need, regardless of insurance coverage. Your student may visit University Health Services Monday through Friday, during the school year.

If your student is feeling under the weather, wants to learn about eating right, or is not acting like themselves or have expressed feeling stressed or overwhelmed, suggest to your student to make an appointment.

Learn more at the Health Services website

Campus Security

The Boise State University Campus is monitored 24 hours a day by Boise State University security officers and a dedicated unit of Boise Police Officers. Boise Police officers have full law enforcement authority on all property owned or controlled by Boise State University, including streets adjacent to and running through Boise State University.

If your student is in need of assistance they may call (208) 426-6911.

Visit the Campus Security website