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BroncoFit

The BroncoFit Living Learning Community is a program for students living on campus and focuses on balancing academic success with personal wellness. Students engage in programming geared towards physical, mental, and emotional health while at the same time supporting others in the community.

Why Should You Apply

Students interested in applying concepts related to personal health and wellness, like exercise, nutrition, and stress management, on a daily basis should consider joining the BroncoFit Living Learning Community.

All majors are welcome.

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Community Events

Students in the BroncoFit Living Learning Community participate regularly with other communities in group physical activities, discussions of current events, a Talent Show, and more.

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Curriculum

Weekly class discussions revolve around eight components of wellness to include physical, intellectual, financial, emotional, social, occupational, environmental, and spiritual.

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Faculty

  • Dr. Nafees Alam

    Dr. Nafees Alam

    Faculty-in-Residence, Faculty member with the Department of Social Work

    Dr. Nafees Alam is a social work professor specializing in nonprofit program evaluation and macro practice, where he has over seven years of experience. Before academia, he worked on Wall Street’s financial sector for more than seven years. Dr. Alam’s research agenda is geared toward social work and sports including clinical intervention, macro practice, program evaluation, and policy development with a focus on student mentorship and quantitative research on diversity, inclusion, and empowerment of the underprivileged. He has several publications and has presented at conferences across the world, including the Council on Social Work Education, the Alliance of Social Workers in Sports, and Sport & Society. He is also passionate about global education through technology, teaching, and designing online courses taught across the globe, in addition to his YouTube channel and Podcast geared toward an international audience.

    Outside of academia, Dr. Alam is a fitness model, actor, and heavyweight boxer registered with USA Boxing. He is also a boxing coach at North Junior High School and a youth football coach (boys and girls ages 8-12) with Optimist Youth Football, aligning with his experience as a semi-professional football player. He volunteers weekly with the City Light Shelter for Women and Children in downtown Boise, ID, designing and delivering courses related to financial literacy, technological literacy, fitness/nutrition, and life skills. He also enjoys OneWheeling and biking while taking every opportunity to travel internationally to experience different cultures.


    Contact Dr. Alam: nafeesalam@boisestate.edu

    Dr. Nafees Alam is a social work professor specializing in nonprofit program evaluation and macro practice, where he has over seven years of experience. Before academia, he worked on Wall Street’s financial sector for more than seven years. Dr. Alam’s research agenda is geared toward social work and sports including clinical intervention, macro practice, program evaluation, and policy development with a focus on student mentorship and quantitative research on diversity, inclusion, and empowerment of the underprivileged. He has several publications and has presented at conferences across the world, including the Council on Social Work Education, the Alliance of Social Workers in Sports, and Sport & Society. He is also passionate about global education through technology, teaching, and designing online courses taught across the globe, in addition to his YouTube channel and Podcast geared toward an international audience.

    Outside of academia, Dr. Alam is a fitness model, actor, and heavyweight boxer registered with USA Boxing. He is also a boxing coach at North Junior High School and a youth football coach (boys and girls ages 8-12) with Optimist Youth Football, aligning with his experience as a semi-professional football player. He volunteers weekly with the City Light Shelter for Women and Children in downtown Boise, ID, designing and delivering courses related to financial literacy, technological literacy, fitness/nutrition, and life skills. He also enjoys OneWheeling and biking while taking every opportunity to travel internationally to experience different cultures.


    Contact Dr. Alam: nafeesalam@boisestate.edu