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Boise State has a long and expansive set of integrated resources, support services, security efforts, educational opportunities and response teams in place to prevent relationship violence, stalking, sexual assault and harassment, and incidents of hate and bias. The university is continually reviewing, updating and improving these efforts. These offices, services and supports are open to the entire campus community, including students, faculty and staff.

Your Campus Home

Student Support

Office of the Dean of Students

Financial, food and legal assistance, absence notifications, and case management

The Gender Equity Center

Advocacy, case management, safety planning and counseling referrals – confidential resource.

The CARE Team

Get help responding to distressing, disturbing, disruptive, and dangerous behavior.

University Health Services

Counseling, crisis intervention, medical exams and support groups – Confidential resource

Office of Title IX and Institutional Equity

Academic adjustments, campus housing and parking relocations, counseling referrals, University reporting, safety planning and investigations

Our Shared Values

The foundation of Boise State's civil and nurturing environment.

Campus Security

A partnership of Boise State’s professional security team and the City of Boise’s police department provides 24-hour security, response and support across campus.

Off Campus Assistance

Community Resources

Ada County Victim Services Center

Triage and support center for those experiencing interpersonal violence – Confidential resource


24/7 support for survivors of domestic abuse and/or sexual assault – Confidential resource

Crisis Text Line

Text 741741 to connect with a crisis counselor

Public Health Concerns

Questions and concerns about public health issues associated with our campus community, including infectious diseases such as COVID-19, should be directed to Learn more about guidelines and available resources on Boise State’s Public Health Response site.