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BS in Nursing Student Resources

Student Services & Advising

Your successful completion of a bachelor’s degree is important to us!  We know that you are balancing school with family, work, and many other commitments and we are here to provide you with support, advice, and encouragement. Please don’t hesitate reach our to faculty and staff for assistance.


Upon admission to the nursing program, you will receive information about attending. Orientation is a one day event, typically held on the Friday before your first nursing class.

PreL Program Overview

The PreL Program Overview contains information to help you navigate policies and procedures, including grievance polices, for the School of Nursing. In addition, it includes specific policies, program objectives and requirements, costs, clinical health requirements, and more. View the PreL Program Overview.

As a Boise State student, your go-to resource is an online portal that provides access to your BroncoMail account, to financial aid resources, and to the online Student Center where you register, add/drop a class, view grades, view requirements for graduation, and more. Log in to myBoiseState.

Academic Calendar

Do you need to know when classes start, when spring break starts, or when commencement is scheduled? Boise State’s Office of the Registrar provides these important dates along with academic policy information and information on course registration, adding and dropping classes, and withdrawing from courses. View the Boise State Academic Calendar.

Course Catalog

The undergraduate catalog contains information, policies, and procedures related to registration, fees, financial aid, etc. along with course descriptions, degree requirements, and course offerings. View the undergraduate catalog.

Additional University Resources for Students

Academic Support: Tutoring, Workshops, and Writing Consultations

Advising and Academic Support Center (AASC) provides academic support for students including online tutoring and success workshops. The Boise State Writing Center provides several consultation options for students who want feedback on their writing assignments.

Educational Access: Accessibility and Accommodations

Courses are designed to meet current accessibility standards. Student who require  additional accommodation to fully participate in courses or programs  can request services from the Educational Access Center.

Career Center: Career Planning and Job Search

The Career Center is your resource for applying for an internship, planning for your career, searching for a job, or preparing for graduate school. You can even schedule an appointment to speak with a Career Counselor who specialized in helping future health professionals.

Library Services: Research, Citations, Tutorials, Inter-library Loan

The Albertsons Library at Boise State is a wealth of knowledge and resources you can use throughout your academic career. You will find resources to aid in your research, properly cite your sources, how-to videos, and a variety of tools you can access from a distance.

Tech Support: myBoiseState, Google Apps, Canvas, Passwords

The Office of Information Technology at Boise State provides support for a variety of systems including myBoiseState, Google Apps, and Canvas.

Veteran Services: GI Bill, Academic Services, Support

If you are an active, transitioning, or veteran member of the military, the staff in Veteran Services are here to serve you. Veteran Services is your source for information and procedures relevant to all education benefits provided through the Department of Veterans Affairs.

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