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Resource Fair Guide

Learn more about the campus offices here to support you to graduation!

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OfficeTheme (The Basics, Well-Being, Getting Involved, Preparing for What's Next)Ask Me AboutBefore You Leave (Action Item): DescriptionWebsite
Advising and Academic Support CenterThe Basics- Academic Coaching

- Interdisciplinary Studies

- Tutoring, Learning Assistants, or Discipline-Specific Support

- The 'Finish in 4' Program
- Check out Bronco Ready

- Complete Academic Support Survey
Join the Advising and Academic Support Center to learn about major exploration, academic coaching, learning assistants, and more!
Albertsons LibraryThe Basics- Accessing Reading Resources

- Library Liaisons

- 3D MakerLab

- Study Room Reservations

- The Computer Lab

- Checking Our
- Grab some fun library information

- Follow us on Socials @AlbertsonsLibrary
The library is at the center of campus, and has the tools to become the center of your academic life. Hundreds of online resources, MakerLab, technology lending, and study space are available to you!
Army ROTC + Military Science DepartmentGetting Involved, Preparing for What's Next- Army ROTC Courses

- Service Options

- Army National Guard or Reserves / Army ROTC

- Scholarships and Other Benefits
- Sign-up for Military Science 101

- Follow us on Instagram @boisestate_armyrotc
Army ROTC is one of the best leadership courses in the country - it can help pay for college.
ASBSU - Associated Students of Boise State UniversityGetting Involved- Representing the Student Body

- Getting Involved in Student Government

- How to run, be appointed, or apply for a position
- Apply for a Fall Assembly Position

- Follow @ASBSU on Instagram
The Associated Students of Boise State University (ASBSU) is the official student government at Boise State. ASBSU has two core purposes: Facilitate educational, intellectual, social, and cultural engagement at the University and advocate for the interests of students at the University.
Bronco ShopThe Basics- Finding the Official Book List

- Inclusive Access (IA)

- How to Pay for IA

- Accessing IA Materials

- Picking Up Books Ordered Online

- Student Discounts on Laptops and Tablets
- Follow us on TikTok @BoiseStateBroncoShop

- Follow us on Instagram @BoiseStateBroncoShop
Join the Bronco Shop team to learn about the textbook ordering process, technology on campus, campus mailing services, and many more services and products offered at the Bronco Shop.
Campus Food PantryWell-Being- FREE Food and Hygiene Products

- Additional Assistance Resources

- Getting Involved at the Pantry
- Tell a Friend about the Pantry

- Follow us on Instagram @CampusFoodPantry

- Sign-up to Volunteer
The Campus Food Pantry is a place for ALL students to access food and hygiene products. Simply bring your student ID number to the Campus School and we will assist you in selecting whatever it is you need!
Career ServicesPreparing for What's Next- Choosing a major and/or a career path

- How to get work experience

- Finding an on-campus job

- Creating a career plan
- Create a Handshake Profile

- Schedule a Career Plan Appointment

- Take PathwayU
From the day you register for classes, Career Services is here to help you make the most of your Boise State experience and achieve your career goals. We offer individual appointments (including remote summer appointments) and online resources to support your career exploration, career planning, and job search efforts. On Handshake, you can find on-campus jobs, as well as off-campus jobs, internships, and career-employment opportunities. Pathway U, our online career guidance tool, allows you to explore careers based on your interests, personality, and values. Career Services facilitates the university’s internship and Work U programs which provide you with opportunities to gain experience, develop skills, and build your network. We connect you with employers through career fairs and industry networking events, and we also connect you with alumni career mentors through BroncoLink.
Cycle Learning CenterThe Basics, Well-Being- Spin Scooters

- Ticket Diversion Program

- Bicycle Safety and Maintenance Education

- Bike Registration
- Follow us on Instagram @Cycle_Learning_CenterThe Cycle Learning Center is the bicycle hub on campus and we are here to answer all of your questions about bikes!
Dining ServicesThe Basics- Meal Plans

- Dining Dollars

- Working On-Campus
- Sign-up for your Meal Plan

- Apply for a Job On-Campus

- Change your Meal Plan
You never have to worry about food, value of meal plans will surpass others, meal plan for everyone, convenient, flexible, easy to use, lots of choices across campus.
Educational Access CenterThe Basics, Well-Being- Academic Accommodations

- Housing Accommodations

- Other Resources Available for students with disabilities
- Understand How To Request Services

- Learn What Documentation is Needed

- Schedule an Appointment
The Educational Access Center (EAC) helps students with disabilities arrange reasonable and appropriate academic and housing accommodations. We support students in understanding their strengths and needs, and advocating for those needs. Unsure about the process or if you qualify? Let’s talk accommodations, documentation requirements, and other supports available for you!
Gender Equity CenterGetting Involved, Well-Being- Queer-Friendly Places/Resources

- Violence Prevention

- No-Cost Confidential Support

- Get Involved with the Gender Equity Center

- Finding Community
- Sign-up to Volunteer

- Sign-up for our Newsletter

- Follow us on Social Media @boisestategenderequity
The Gender Equity Center helps students of all identities find community, no cost support, and events about identity, equity, and relationships. Not sure what equity means? Let’s chat!
Global Learning OpportunitiesGetting Involved, Preparing for What's Next- Study Abroad Opportunities, Information, and Scholarships

- National Student Exchange

- Domestic Study Away
- Sign-up for a Study Abroad 101 SessionJoin us to see where your Boise State experience can take you! We offer study abroad programs in 60+ countries along with domestic exchange opportunities within the United States and U.S. Territories.
Housing and Residence LifeThe Basics, Getting Involved- Building Community in the Residence Halls

- Housing Updates

- Leadership Opportunities

- Holiday and Break Closures
- Plan to attend your hall meeting

- Join your hall council

-Follow us on Instagram @boisestatehousing
Living on campus is the best way to get the full Boise State experience. You’ll be in the heart of campus life, close to classes, food, and the recreation center. Plus, you’ll have the inside scoop on all events happening on campus. All this while having the essential support and resources necessary to succeed. Life on campus provides EVERYTHING. Right where you live.
IDO TeachPreparing for What's Next- How to Become a High School Teacher

- How to Become a STEM Teacher

- How to Sample Teaching

- Scholarship Options for STEM Education
- Join our Email List

- Attend a Fall Informational Session

- Sign-up for STEM-ED 101

- Follow us on Social Media @idoteach_bsu
IDoTeach is Boise State's STEM education department. This program is designed for students to earn their degree in a STEM discipline and earn a certification to teach in four years.
IESC - Inclusive Excellence Student CouncilGetting Involved- Advocating and Representing Students

- Getting Involved in the IESC

- How to run or apply for a position
- Apply for a Council Member Position

- Follow us on Instagram @boisestate_iesc
The Inclusive Excellence Student Council was created to continue the legacy work of student activists at Boise State University. We acknowledge that frontline communities have been historically underrepresented in academic institutions, but we are passionately working to meet your needs through structural and community initiatives in order to truly create long-term-transformative change.
Music DepartmentThe Basics, Getting Involved- Ensemble Options and Requirements

- Degree Programs

- Professional Collaboration Opportunities

- Admission Requirements
- Follow us on Social Media to Stay Tuned @boisestatemusicAt the Department of Music, we pride ourselves on fostering artistic innovation and scholarly excellence. Our goal is to create a supportive and challenging environment that fully embraces the musical richness of our world. Whether you are a future educator, performer, composer — or simply a person interested in music — this is a place where you can explore and expand your musical horizons in whatever direction you choose.
Office of Undergraduate ResearchGetting Involved, Preparing for What's Next- Why you should do research

- Research Opportunities for Students

- The LSAMP Program for Students in the Sciences
- Explore the Virtually Integrated Program (VIP)

- Ask about LSAMP events this fall semester
The Office of Undergraduate Research offers programs and events to support student participation in research activties. We also house the LSAMP Scholars Program, connecting STEM students of color to research, leadership, and experiential learning opportunities.
Outdoor ProgramGetting Involved, Well-Being- Finding Community in the Outdoors

- Exploring Idaho Outdoors

- Learning New Outdoor Skills
- Sign-up for an Orientation Trip

- Apply to be a Trip Leader

- Follow us on Instagram @boisestaterec
Start your Boise State journey with an experience like hiking, camping, backpacking, or even whitewater rafting down the Payette River. The Outdoor Program offers unique and engaging ways for new students to make lasting memories, meet new people, and build community and connection.
Public SafetyThe Basics, Well-Being- Blue Light Phones

- Security Escorts

- Annual Fire and Safety Report

- Silent Witness

- The Clery Act
- Download the Rave Guardian Safety App on your phone

- Grab a Public Safety Brochure
We manage, promote, and enhance campus safety and security; encourage sustainable transportation options; facilitate campus access and parking; and provide campus support services to university students, faculty, staff, community partners, and visitors.
Service-LearningGetting Involved, Preparing for What's Next- Service-Learning Classes

-Service-Learning Opportunities

-Service-Learning Employment
- Sign-up for a Service-Learning OpportunityService-Learning is a unique way of learning what you are supposed to learn in the classroom, through community-based projects and service!
Student Equity CenterGetting Involved, Well-Being- Cultural Programming

- Healing Lounge

- Broncos of Color

- Diversity and Inclusive Excellence

- Last Person Framework
- Submit an application to work at Student Equity

- Follow us on Social Media @boisestate_ec and @Student Equity
Mattering, belonging and feeling included are an important aspect of the university experience. Student Equity is the place to come learn about respectful and authentic practices for how to acheive inclusion. Join us as we give you an overview of our programs and services.
Student Involvement and Leadership CenterGetting Involved- Student Organizations

- Campus Events and Activities

- Service and Leadership Programs

- Fraternities and Sororities
- RSVP to the Involvement Fair

-Grab a Bronco Welcome Handout
Get involved at Boise State! Ask us about clubs, fraternities and sororities, campus events, service and volunteering, and leadership programs.
Student Life EssentialsThe Basics- Help Navigating Campus Resources

- Student Events Calendar

- The Student Life Blog
- Subscribe to the Student Life Newsletter

- Follow us on Instagram @boisestatestudentlife
At Boise State, you have an entire network of people and programs to help you reach your goals and move forward with confidence. Use this site to find any resource or support system you need at any stage of your Boise State adventure.
Student MediaGetting Involved- Hosting your own radio show or podcast

- Finding campus news written by students

- Getting involved in Student Media
- Sign-up for The Arbiter Newsletter

- Follow us on Social Media @arbiteronline and @universitypulse
We are home to The Arbiter, the student-run newspaper, and University Pulse Radio, the student-run radio, along with our digital content, design, sales, and web/it teams
Transportation and ParkingThe Basics- Campus Parking Options

- Parking Permit Costs

- The Bronco Shuttle

- Partnership with VRT for Valley-Wide Bus Options

- Accessibility Needs
- Download the Rave Guardian Safety App on your phone

- Grab a Public Safety Brochure
We manage, promote, and enhance campus safety and security; encourage sustainable transportation options; facilitate campus access and parking; and provide campus support services to university students, faculty, staff, community partners, and visitors .
TRIOThe Basics, Well-Being- Programs that help students overcome class, social, and cultural barriers to higher education

- TRIO Resources

- TRIO Events

- Being the First in Your Family to go to college
- Follow us on Social Media @trs_boisestate, @boisestatetrioaces, @trioetsboisestate, @trioteacherprepboisestate, and @bsumcnairThe Federal TRIO Programs are federal outreach and student services programs in the United States designed to identify and provide services for individuals from disadvantaged backgrounds.
University Health Services + Bronco FitWell-Being- Services we provide

- How to make an appointment

- Your insurance questions

- Accessing Mental Health Services
- Connect to Patient Portal

- Send us your Medical Records

- Make an Appointment
Learn all about what Health Services has to offer! We will cover medical services, counseling services, wellness/BroncoFit, as well as answer health insurance questions.
The Writing CenterThe Basics, Getting Involved- In-person and online writing services

- Writing for your major and how The Writing Center can support you

- Interning and working in The Writing Center
- Figure out which Fall classes can be supported by The Writing CenterAt the Writing Center we believe that all writers, at all stages of writing, need readers. Our consultants are trained to help you engage deeply with your own ideas and to consider new ways to move forward with your writing projects. Visit with us to learn about the kinds of writing projects you'll do in your majors.