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Other Benefits


Permanent, benefit-eligible employees who have worked for more than one year are eligible to purchase a tablet or computer on payroll deduct.

Read more about BroncoTec’s Payroll Deduct Program

Children’s Center and Parent Support Group

As an employee at Boise State University, you have access to utilize the Boise State University Children’s Center.

Read more about the Children’s Center

The Children’s Center offers a free Baby and Me support group to campus parents and their babies. The support group is a great way to meet other families with new infants and for grown ups to have some fun with their babies in a relaxed environment.

Read more about the Baby and Me Group

Family Caregiver Navigator

The Family Caregiver Navigator (FCN) provides free, remote resources and support to caregivers throughout the state. Navigators work directly with caregivers to provide connection to critically needed resources, peer support and tools to combat stress and burnout. 

Read more about the Family Caregiver Navigator

For more information, contact the FCN team at or (208) 426-5899.

Lactation (Nursing) Rooms and Breaks for Nursing Parents

In support of new nursing parents on campus and in compliance with employer required amendments to the Fair Labor Standards Act, Boise State University has prepared fifteen private lactation break rooms dedicated for nursing parents across campus.  The rooms are available by reservation only for faculty, staff and student use and are designed to provide the needed privacy for parents to express breast milk.

View the complete Nursing Parents Amendment Summary

Parking and Transportation Discounts

All new employee identification cards have a free bus pass included. Employees who don’t have a bus pass sticker on their card can pick one up for free at the Student Union Info Desk.

Boise State, in partnership with Valley Regional Transit’s City Go Boise, provides discounts for university employees in four downtown parking garages, free bike parking, carpool, vanpool and transit connections.

To join the City Go Boise program follow these steps:

  1. Navigate to Boise State’s portal on the City Go Boise website.
  2. A window will open to provide your first and last name, work email address and create a user password.
  3. Select “Boise State employee plan”.
  4. Review plan options.

Recreation Center

As an employee, for a small fee, you can use the Campus Recreation facilities.

Read more about the Recreation Center

Boise State benefit eligible employees are allotted 60 minutes of wellness release time per week with supervisor approval. On-campus activities will be approved as well as some off-campus activities in which the supervisor can request documentation. The 60 minutes can be used all at once or divided throughout the week (15 minutes for four days a week, 30 minutes for 2 days a week, etc.) To utilize this service, please fill out the Wellness Release Time Form.

Please note:

The form no longer needs to be sent to Health Services, but will stay between the employee and the supervisor. It is encouraged to review annually or as needed.

For questions or to find out more about on-campus wellness programs, contact McKenzie Sorrels at (208) 426-2694 or

University Health Services

Boise State University Health Services offers health and wellness services for all Boise State employees.

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