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Preparing for Fall 2021

Student and Faculty Support Services

  • The program co-directors and administrative support staff are currently working remotely, but plan to begin working a hybrid schedule over the summer with additional in-person office hours in the fall.
  • Students and faculty should contact program staff via e-mail for assistance and phone or video calls can be set up as needed.
  • Visit our Program Staff page¬†for contact information.

Fall Courses

  • The fall semester will begin August 23rd and courses will be offered as either face-to-face, remote or hybrid.
  • The specific format of individual courses will vary and students can now check the delivery mode of their courses in the university registration system.
  • COMPUT 601 Introduction to Graduate Studies, which is required for all new students, will be in person. Synchronous remote delivery of this course may be available on a case-by-case basis. Students needing remote delivery should contact the instructors.

New Student Orientation and All Student Meeting

There are orientation events scheduled throughout the week of 8/16-8/20. Please refer to the schedule for required sessions and registration links.

View The Schedule

New Student Resources

Resources for All Students

The Graduate College has compiled an extensive page of resources for students covering everything from Technology Resources, Health and Wellness, and community support for food and housing.

Visit the Student Support page

Are you relocating to Boise?

Resources for International Students

To make your transition to life at Boise State as smooth as possible we recommend that international students not currently in the United States, arrive at least 14 days prior to the start of classes. These students must also check in with the International Admissions office upon arrival to obtain a support letter required for Social Security Number (SSN) appointments.

Additional resources for international students are available at these links: