Community Impact Programs (CIP)
In 2019, President Marlene Tromp challenged the Boise State campus community to identify and deliver unique educational programs to three unique rural communities in the Boise State University service area.
The Community Impact Programs (CIP) are to be designed with community stakeholders, and the outcomes will be owned by the community. Each program will incorporate a deep connection between community, faculty and students through a combination of off-campus experiences and accessible online education.
The first three communities to participate in the program are the West Central Mountains (McCall), Mountain Home and Western Treasure Valley (Payette)