Located in Keiser Hall

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

STEM Ed Students Trust Fall

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.

Curriculum

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

Faculty

  • Nicole O'Reilly, Social Work, Studio portrait

    Dr. Nicole O'Reillly

    Faculty in Residence, Assistant Professor in School of Social Work

    Nicky graduated from the Ph.D. program at the School of Social Work at the University of Maryland Baltimore in 2015. She was a Pre-Doctoral Fellow with the Center Maternal and Child Health Social Work Education.

    Nicky has experience in undergraduate and graduate level social work education focusing on macro social work practice. Nicky has varied experience serving children and families which allows her to bring a variety of perspectives to her classroom environment. Her primary area of research interest is the health and nutrition of families, specifically: food access, the food environment, food insecurity, healthy food availability, adult and child weight status, maternal and child health, how poverty affects these areas, and the role of social work in better understanding and intervening in these areas.

    Nicky graduated from the Ph.D. program at the School of Social Work at the University of Maryland Baltimore in 2015. She was a Pre-Doctoral Fellow with the Center Maternal and Child Health Social Work Education.

    Nicky has experience in undergraduate and graduate level social work education focusing on macro social work practice. Nicky has varied experience serving children and families which allows her to bring a variety of perspectives to her classroom environment. Her primary area of research interest is the health and nutrition of families, specifically: food access, the food environment, food insecurity, healthy food availability, adult and child weight status, maternal and child health, how poverty affects these areas, and the role of social work in better understanding and intervening in these areas.

  • Tim Kempf

    Dr. Tim Kempf

    Faculty out of Residence, Clinical Assistant Professor in Department of Kinesiology

    Dr. Kempf has been teaching at Boise State University since 2011. He teaches a variety of courses, such as Exercise Testing and Prescription and Biomechanics and is interested in exploring mountain biking injuries in competitive youth cross-country mountain bike racers. Dr. Kempf’s past experiences include working in Cardiac Rehabilitation as a Clinical Exercise Physiologist at the University of Pittsburgh, and doing research in both Biomechanics and Human Motor Learning and Control at Rush Medical Center in Chicago.

    Dr. Kempf has been teaching at Boise State University since 2011. He teaches a variety of courses, such as Exercise Testing and Prescription and Biomechanics and is interested in exploring mountain biking injuries in competitive youth cross-country mountain bike racers. Dr. Kempf’s past experiences include working in Cardiac Rehabilitation as a Clinical Exercise Physiologist at the University of Pittsburgh, and doing research in both Biomechanics and Human Motor Learning and Control at Rush Medical Center in Chicago.