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Mandatory Trainings

Employee Policies and Expectations Review

All Boise State employees, including, faculty, staff, student, and non-benefit eligible, are required to read and understand specific documents, policies, and procedures to be successful at the University. The University requires that the new employee completes these tasks within 30 days of the initial hire.

In addition, we encourage new employees to work with their supervisor to become familiar with department policies and procedures specific to the new employee’s role and job responsibilities.

New employees will be automatically enrolled in this course through their employee email. Please direct any questions to

Clery Act Training

The Clery Act and Crime Reporting Training covers Boise State’s obligations under the federal law known as the Clery Act. All Boise State University Employees take the full Clery Act training course when they are hired and those specifically identified as “Campus Security Authorities (CSA)” complete this or the refresher training course annually.

Click here for more information about the Clery Act Training. 

Cybersecurity Training

Cybersecurity Training is mandated by the State of Idaho Division of Human Resources (DHR) and is required for all benefit-eligible employees. The training must be completed annually in order to be eligible for Change in Employee Compensation (CEC). New employees are automatically enrolled and can expect to receive an email from KnowBe4 within 30 days of hire.

Employees will be automatically enrolled in this course. Please direct any questions to

Harassment and Discrimination + Title IX training

The Harassment & Discrimination + Title IX Training through Get Inclusive provides a broad overview of the many rules, regulations, and laws that are in place to keep employees both physically and psychologically safe and to create a culture of care and respect for our employees.

All employees are expected to complete Harassment & Discrimination + Title IX Training. New employees are expected to complete the training within 30 days of initial hire.

Employees will be automatically enrolled in this course. Please direct any questions to


The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (Buckley Amendment) is a federal law that limits the amount of information that can be released about students without their specific written permission.  As a term of employment, Boise State University requires compliance with the policies of Boise State University; the rules, regulations, and procedures of the Idaho State Board of Education; and all local, state, and federal laws. Faculty and staff are required to review FERPA and sign a FERPA CONFIDENTIALITY AGREEMENT.

New benefit eligible faculty and staff are provided this course through their PageUp Onboarding Task List. For more information and other ways to access the training visit the Student Privacy (FERPA) page. Please direct any questions regarding FERPA Training to

Respectful Workplace

Respectful Workplace is a mandatory and annual training for all employees, including part-time employees, student employees and adjuncts. Training provides employees with the tools to prevent and respond to harassment and discrimination in the workplace, including where to report if there is a concern. This training helps to maintain a campus where everyone can work and pursue their education in a safe and supportive environment. Benefit-eligible employees are expected to complete the training annually to be eligible for Change in Compensation (CEC).

Employees will be automatically enrolled in this course. Please direct any questions to