Divisional Resources

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Our division’s focus is recruiting students and helping them build meaningful experience during their time at Boise State and beyond. Here you’ll find tools, resources and more detailed information regarding the work we do to help students succeed.

About Our Division

Executive Staff

  • Leslie-Webb

    Leslie Webb

    Vice President for Student Affairs and Enrollment Management

    “I love my work. I love working for and with Boise State’s students, staff and faculty. I am privileged to be part of such an extraordinary team and honored to be part of helping Boise State continue to flourish.”

    Education & Experience:

    I’ve been working in student affairs for a number of years. Some of my most rewarding experiences took place while I worked in residence life, student activities, and diversity education. Much of my background involves working with underrepresented student populations and helping majority and dominant populations understand privilege, power and difference. I have a bachelor’s in theatre arts from Central Washington University (and yes, I use that degree every single day), and a master’s in college student personnel from Western Illinois University, and a Ph.D. in educational leadership from Colorado State University.

    Functional Areas

    I provide support to a variety of departments that amplify our vibrant campus life. These areas include student involvement, leadership, sorority and fraternity life, clubs and organizations, student government, international and multicultural student services, gender and LGBT support; campus recreation; career services; and housing and residence life.

    Ask Me About:
    • The field of Student Affairs and Higher Education
    • Fun places to run and bike in the Boise Foothills
    • Healthy smoothies

    “I love my work. I love working for and with Boise State’s students, staff and faculty. I am privileged to be part of such an extraordinary team and honored to be part of helping Boise State continue to flourish.”

    Education & Experience:

    I’ve been working in student affairs for a number of years. Some of my most rewarding experiences took place while I worked in residence life, student activities, and diversity education. Much of my background involves working with underrepresented student populations and helping majority and dominant populations understand privilege, power and difference. I have a bachelor’s in theatre arts from Central Washington University (and yes, I use that degree every single day), and a master’s in college student personnel from Western Illinois University, and a Ph.D. in educational leadership from Colorado State University.

    Functional Areas

    I provide support to a variety of departments that amplify our vibrant campus life. These areas include student involvement, leadership, sorority and fraternity life, clubs and organizations, student government, international and multicultural student services, gender and LGBT support; campus recreation; career services; and housing and residence life.

    Ask Me About:
    • The field of Student Affairs and Higher Education
    • Fun places to run and bike in the Boise Foothills
    • Healthy smoothies
  • Collins_Kris-2010-200x300

    Kristine M. Collins

    Interim Associate Vice President, Enrollment Services

    Ask Me About:

    • Enrollment Services (Admissions, Financial Aid and Registrar’s Office)
    • University Policies and Processes as they relate to academics and students
    • Why I love working at Boise State

    Ask Me About:

    • Enrollment Services (Admissions, Financial Aid and Registrar’s Office)
    • University Policies and Processes as they relate to academics and students
    • Why I love working at Boise State
  • Lynn-Humphrey

    Lynn Humphery

    Assistant Vice President for Organizational Effectiveness

    “I am proud to be following in my family’s footsteps as a university employee. When I was a student at the University of Maine, my grandmother worked as a cook in a dining hall and my mother worked as a processor in the Registrar’s Office.”

    Education & Experience:

    B.S. in Education, University of Maine Master of Public Administration, Boise State University I have worked in the Vice President’s Office since 2004. Prior to joining the Division of Student Affairs, I worked for the Idaho State Board of Education for 13 years managing the higher education research grant program and the state’s scholarship programs.

    Functional Areas

    I act as chief of staff for the vice president and oversee project development and management initiatives, internal operating procedures, business processes, and policies. I provide administrative oversight, coordination and leadership for all business functions including human resources and financial services for the Division of Student Affairs.

    Ask Me About:

    • Funding
    • Policies
    • Contacts on campus
    • What it’s like to be the parent of college students

    “I am proud to be following in my family’s footsteps as a university employee. When I was a student at the University of Maine, my grandmother worked as a cook in a dining hall and my mother worked as a processor in the Registrar’s Office.”

    Education & Experience:

    B.S. in Education, University of Maine Master of Public Administration, Boise State University I have worked in the Vice President’s Office since 2004. Prior to joining the Division of Student Affairs, I worked for the Idaho State Board of Education for 13 years managing the higher education research grant program and the state’s scholarship programs.

    Functional Areas

    I act as chief of staff for the vice president and oversee project development and management initiatives, internal operating procedures, business processes, and policies. I provide administrative oversight, coordination and leadership for all business functions including human resources and financial services for the Division of Student Affairs.

    Ask Me About:

    • Funding
    • Policies
    • Contacts on campus
    • What it’s like to be the parent of college students
  • Jeremiah-Shinn-200x300

    Jeremiah Shinn

    Associate Vice President for Student Affairs

    “I’m a husband, dog-father, football aficionado and procrastinating perfectionist. I’ve visited 23 countries and enjoy good food, good conversation and loud music. I’m also a Detroit Lions fan (but don’t tell anyone).”

    Education & Experience:

    Ph.D., Educational Leadership, Eastern Michigan University M.A., Higher Education, University of Michigan B.S., Natural Science/Biology, Arkansas Tech University. Prior to my arrival at Boise State, I worked in Student Affairs at both Indiana University and Eastern Michigan University.

    Functional Areas

    I provide support to a number of areas that promote a vibrant Boise State, including the Career Center, Student Diversity & Inclusion, the Student Involvement and Leadership Center, Campus Recreation, Student Media, and Student Affairs Marketing.

    Ask Me About:

    • Being involved on campus
    • Learning outside the classroom
    • Preparing for life after college
    • Changing the World

    “I’m a husband, dog-father, football aficionado and procrastinating perfectionist. I’ve visited 23 countries and enjoy good food, good conversation and loud music. I’m also a Detroit Lions fan (but don’t tell anyone).”

    Education & Experience:

    Ph.D., Educational Leadership, Eastern Michigan University M.A., Higher Education, University of Michigan B.S., Natural Science/Biology, Arkansas Tech University. Prior to my arrival at Boise State, I worked in Student Affairs at both Indiana University and Eastern Michigan University.

    Functional Areas

    I provide support to a number of areas that promote a vibrant Boise State, including the Career Center, Student Diversity & Inclusion, the Student Involvement and Leadership Center, Campus Recreation, Student Media, and Student Affairs Marketing.

    Ask Me About:

    • Being involved on campus
    • Learning outside the classroom
    • Preparing for life after college
    • Changing the World
  • Christian-K.-Wuthrich

    Christian K. Wuthrich

    Dean of Students

    “When I’m not chasing my three children around, I enjoy spending time with friends, volunteering for causes specific to education, and being outdoors.”

    Education & Experience:

    I am a practitioner-scholar and student advocate with more than 20 years of experience in higher education and student affairs. I have a Ph.D. in higher education administration from Washington State University and received my master’s and bachelor’s degrees in secondary education from the University of Idaho.

    Functional Areas

    Our professional staff supports student success and graduation by helping them with personal specific issues, educational programming and safety. Advisory programs include Veteran Services, Disability Resource Center, Women’s Center and student support services through case management.

    Ask Me About:

    • Advocacy and support related to critical or emerging student issues
    • University policies pertaining to students
    • Faculty and staff concerns
    • Research on students and student success

    “When I’m not chasing my three children around, I enjoy spending time with friends, volunteering for causes specific to education, and being outdoors.”

    Education & Experience:

    I am a practitioner-scholar and student advocate with more than 20 years of experience in higher education and student affairs. I have a Ph.D. in higher education administration from Washington State University and received my master’s and bachelor’s degrees in secondary education from the University of Idaho.

    Functional Areas

    Our professional staff supports student success and graduation by helping them with personal specific issues, educational programming and safety. Advisory programs include Veteran Services, Disability Resource Center, Women’s Center and student support services through case management.

    Ask Me About:

    • Advocacy and support related to critical or emerging student issues
    • University policies pertaining to students
    • Faculty and staff concerns
    • Research on students and student success