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COBE Students

In the College of Business and Economics at Boise State, we are committed to making your college experience count. Find resources on this page to enhance your education and plan your future. From academic and career advising to scholarships and student organizations, we are here to support you!

Can’t find what you are looking for? Give us a call, drop by or email us. COBE Administration/Dean’s office – (208) 426-1125, MBEB room 3131,

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COBE Advising Services

An advantage to being a COBE student is having convenient accesses to academic advisors. Located right in the Micron Business and Economics building room 1213, academic advisors will help you stay on track for graduation, saving you time and money.

See Advising Services for:

  • COBE admissions
  • COBE advising holds
  • Permission numbers
  • Finish in Four

Get academic advising

COBE Advising Services Website

COBE Career Services

Did you know that COBE is the only college on campus to have an embedded Career Services? As a COBE student, you have ready-access to professional career coaching and specialized networking opportunities.

Visit Career Services in the Micron Business and Economics building room 1120 or connect with them remotely to get help with:

  • Career exploration/planning
  • Resume/cover letters
  • Employer and mentor connections
  • Internships and jobs
  • Interview practice

Schedule career coaching

COBE Career Services
Student life and COBE and campus resources

Make College Count

Student Organizations

Get involved

Living-Learning Community

Live with business students

Thompson Family Writing Lab

Facilitated by the Boise State Writing Center

COBE Program Learning Outcomes

on Boise State Institutional Research site

Undergraduate Student Success

Graduation rates and more

Graduate Programs Student Outcomes and Successes

Graduation rates and more

Student Quotes, Testimonials and Stories

What Students Say
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