1.8 Application Policies Regarding Applicants with Behavioral or Criminal Concerns
Boise State University reserves the right to deny or place conditions on admission, continued enrollment, or re-enrollment of applicants, students or former students whose personal behavioral or legal history indicates that their presence at Boise State University may endanger the welfare or property of members of the academic community or interfere with the orderly and effective performance of Boise State University functions.
Applicants for admission to the Graduate College at Boise State University will be required to disclose information concerning prior disciplinary and criminal history on the graduate application for enrollment. The Graduate College and the Pre-Admission Application Review Committee will review all matters pertaining to such applicants. All proceedings and decisions will comply with Federal, state, and local nondiscrimination laws, fairly balancing the obligation of Boise State University to promote the safety and welfare of students, employees, and property with the civil rights of the applicant or student.