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Boise State University is welcoming students back to campus for safe and successful, but altered fall semester. Courses will be offered as a blend of in-person, online and hybrid courses. Lab work and field research will also be structured to keep students safe and on target to complete their academic goals. The Graduate College has provided resources for graduate student needs and questions below.
Graduate College Resources
Student Support Services
Searching for student support information and resources related to COVID-19? Visit our Student Support Services page for updated information on food assistance, health and wellness, local resources, and more.
Campus Reintegration Guide
Health and Safety Resources
Thesis and Dissertation Updates
The Graduate Student Success Center is open remotely and is providing services to graduate students. Visit our website to learn more about updates to thesis and dissertation processes and online offerings.
Graduate defenses will continue remotely. Defenses are open to the public and may be accessed via Zoom meetings.
Remote Defense Procedures
Questions about the scheduling and paperwork submission process for remote defenses? View Remote Thesis/Dissertation Procedures FAQs.
The Graduate Student Success Center is accepting electronic signatures and signatures by proxy on all defense and thesis/dissertation forms.
Online Writing Consultations
Writing appointments will be held fully online. Graduate Student Success Center writing coaches are available to take appointments and graduate students can schedule online consultations at anytime.
Remote Learning FAQs
Where can I find more information on Zoom Meetings?
Visit the OIT Zoom Meeting page for more information and instructional tips.
Where can I find information on remote learning?
Visit the OIT Learning Remotely page.
Where can I find information on working?
Visit the OIT Working Remotely page.
How can I protect my Zoom Meeting from unwanted trolls?
See OIT’s tips for Securing Your Zoom Meetings.
How can I access WiFi in other states and campuses?
Use eduroam to connect to the WiFi of any higher education institution. Eduroam is a collaboration between many colleges and universities to make wireless access available at many college campuses around the world. To access this resource, find a wireless network named “Eduroam” and enter your Boise State username and password.