The campus community is invited to celebrate the retirement of Sue Wallace, office supervisor in Student Financial Services, 2-4 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 1 in the Student Union Building Lookout Room.
Wallace began working part-time in Boise State in August of 1983, when full time tuition was just $405 and student enrollment was little more than 10,000.
In 2000, she began working full-time as the office supervisor in Student Financial Services. Wallace played an essential role by guiding the unit through numerous improvements in business processes driven by several system implementations and numerous upgrades. Her most recent effort has been training various campus departments on the new department deposit process. She ensured accurate and efficient use of templates, that departments were informed of changes and that changes were consistently implemented across campus.
Wallace is passionate about working with students, staff and departments. She loves problem-solving, being a team player and answering questions. She has developed many valuable working relationships with individuals across campus and will miss the camaraderie. For the past 45 years, she has been and continues to be an avid supporter of Bronco Athletics.
In addition to her work at Boise State, Wallace is active in her community. From 1993-1999 Wallace chaperoned Fellowship Baptist Church youth group summer trips to Ensenada, Mexico, to complete building and work projects and host vacation Bible school for local children.
Wallace has adeptly and enthusiastically supported students and campus departments as Boise State has grown over the years. Her presence on campus will be missed.