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Applied Science Advising

Meet the Boise State Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS) Advising team! We are passionate about working with you to make your time at Boise State a success. Schedule an appointment with your advisor through their calendar links below.

Please do not book an appointment if you have not been officially admitted to this program and assigned to an academic advisor. If you have not been admitted to this program, please contact a student success coach for assistance with admission.

Schedule Advising

  • Brian Chojnacky

    Brian Chojnacky

    Student Success Advisor

    I’m happy to assist you along your educational journey. Although I will lean on my own experience as a non-traditional student that transferred into Boise State to complete my degree, I foremost will validate your unique student experience. My years in advising have included working with Health Sciences majors, Veteran Services, and First-Generation students. Prior to my start at Boise State, I advised community college students including teaching intro to college student-success courses. My goal for you is to graduate!

    I’m happy to assist you along your educational journey. Although I will lean on my own experience as a non-traditional student that transferred into Boise State to complete my degree, I foremost will validate your unique student experience. My years in advising have included working with Health Sciences majors, Veteran Services, and First-Generation students. Prior to my start at Boise State, I advised community college students including teaching intro to college student-success courses. My goal for you is to graduate!

  • Kooper Sheeley

    Student Success Advisor

    Welcome to Boise State! I am originally from small town Connecticut before moving to Pittsburgh, where I earned my Bachelor’s Degree in Arts Management and Master’s in Higher Education Management. I began working in Student Affairs/Higher Education as a Resident Assistant before transitioning into Retention/Student Success. My favorite part of working with students is seeing them and their work grow throughout their experiences in and outside of the classroom. When not at work I can be found rock climbing, hiking, traveling and searching for the best iced coffee Idaho has to offer! I look forward to working with you and helping you achieve your goals!

    Welcome to Boise State! I am originally from small town Connecticut before moving to Pittsburgh, where I earned my Bachelor’s Degree in Arts Management and Master’s in Higher Education Management. I began working in Student Affairs/Higher Education as a Resident Assistant before transitioning into Retention/Student Success. My favorite part of working with students is seeing them and their work grow throughout their experiences in and outside of the classroom. When not at work I can be found rock climbing, hiking, traveling and searching for the best iced coffee Idaho has to offer! I look forward to working with you and helping you achieve your goals!

  • Larissa Monckton

    Larissa Monckton

    Student Success Advisor

    I earned two bachelor’s degrees from the University of Montana and a Master of Science in International and European Politics from the University of Edinburgh. Since graduating, I have worked in admissions at the University of Montana and as a self-reliance specialist for the State of Idaho. I believe in the value of a college education, and I look forward to collaborating with you so that you can reach your educational goals. When not behind my desk, you will find me drinking far too much coffee, hiking with my dogs, and hitting the gym.

    I earned two bachelor’s degrees from the University of Montana and a Master of Science in International and European Politics from the University of Edinburgh. Since graduating, I have worked in admissions at the University of Montana and as a self-reliance specialist for the State of Idaho. I believe in the value of a college education, and I look forward to collaborating with you so that you can reach your educational goals. When not behind my desk, you will find me drinking far too much coffee, hiking with my dogs, and hitting the gym.

  • Dan Brock

    Dan Brock

    Student Success Advisor

    Welcome to Boise State! I grew up in a small Michigan farm town. I went to Saginaw Valley State University where I was able to obtain my Bachelor’s Degree in Communication with a minor in Music Performance. The start of my college career was a bit rocky but I had a staff member there coach me in the right direction. I ended up becoming a Resident Assistant and took interest in Student Affairs/Higher Education. I followed that path and ended up getting my Masters’s degree from Eastern Michigan University. I am an amputee and play for the National Standing Amputee Hockey team. I have two cats named Zelda and Tybalt. My wife and I like to take our son out for hikes in the mountains when we get free time.

    Welcome to Boise State! I grew up in a small Michigan farm town. I went to Saginaw Valley State University where I was able to obtain my Bachelor’s Degree in Communication with a minor in Music Performance. The start of my college career was a bit rocky but I had a staff member there coach me in the right direction. I ended up becoming a Resident Assistant and took interest in Student Affairs/Higher Education. I followed that path and ended up getting my Masters’s degree from Eastern Michigan University. I am an amputee and play for the National Standing Amputee Hockey team. I have two cats named Zelda and Tybalt. My wife and I like to take our son out for hikes in the mountains when we get free time.

  • Faye Montoya

    Faye Montoya

    Student Success Advisor

    As your advisor, my goal is to support you as you pursue your degree and help you access the many resources and supports the University has to ensure your success.  I enjoy seeing students grow and change as they journey through their education.  I completed two degrees as a full time working parent, and I understand the balance it takes to juggle work, school, family and life. When I am not working, I enjoy hiking, nature, spending time with my family, and my dogs.

    As your advisor, my goal is to support you as you pursue your degree and help you access the many resources and supports the University has to ensure your success.  I enjoy seeing students grow and change as they journey through their education.  I completed two degrees as a full time working parent, and I understand the balance it takes to juggle work, school, family and life. When I am not working, I enjoy hiking, nature, spending time with my family, and my dogs.