Guidance on Facial Coverings
Facial coverings must be worn in indoor public spaces owned or controlled by the university as well as in crowded outdoor spaces, regardless of vaccination status. Facial coverings are not required when working alone in an enclosed space, classroom, or in a residence hall room.
As indicated in the university’s policy on communicable diseases, compliant facial coverings must be clean, reusable or single-use disposable coverings that cover the nose and mouth, are closed at the bottom and do not allow respiratory droplets to escape through vents or other means. Please follow CDC guidance for care and use of facial coverings.
Visitors to any Boise State location are expected to adhere to established, posted guidelines.
Graduate Student Support Services
International Student Services
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, online programming, and recorded workshops and presentations.
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 Resources
Resources and Help Aids
Accessing WiFi Off-Campus
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.
The Graduate College is open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. – 5 p.m., excluding observed government holidays.
The Graduate College is currently providing all services remotely. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 208-426-GRAD (4723) and we will assist you. The Graduate College office, Riverfront Hall suite 307, provides a mail slot in door 307-A for delivery of printed materials.