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Student Resources

Boise State University, the College of Health Sciences and the School of Public and Population Health provide many resources for students. Learn more about support services, extracurricular opportunities, SPPH events and wellness options!

If you have any questions about the following services and resources, please reach out to spph@boisestate.edu.

SPPH Events

August: SPPH Bronco Welcome Week & Grad Student Networking Night

October: SPPH Meet & Greet

April: SPPH Roundtable Discussion & National Public Health Week

May: SPPH End-of-Year Celebration BBQ & Graduate Student Graduation Celebration

Check out these additional events and co-curricular opportunities hosted by Boise State University and our community partners.

Academics

Interactive Tool: SPPH Degree Pathfinder

Discover undergraduate degree options and emphasis areas.

Academic Advising

Stay on track to graduate.

Academic Support Services

Tutoring, writing help, and more

Pre-Health Professions Pathways

For students interested in a career as a medical provider (Pre-Med, Pre-Dental, Pre-OT, etc).

The Writing Center

Free, guided support in person or online.

Academic Concerns

The School of Public and Population Health is committed to supporting students in and outside the classroom. If you would like to voice a concern about your classes or instructor, please email SPPH Director of Academic Operations Brian Young at brianyoung651@boisestate.edu

To learn more about Boise State University student grievance policies, please visit the Dean of Students website.

Request a Course Permission Number

Click the following button for instructions and a link to request a permission number for courses with the following prefixes: EOHS, HEP, HIIM, HLTH, or PUBH.

Course Permission Number Request

Financial Aid and Scholarships

Boise State Financial Aid

Apply for aid and scholarships.

SPPH Graduate Program Funding

Opportunities for MPH students.

Undergraduate Scholarships

List of scholarships geared toward SPPH students.

Student Basic Needs: food, housing, and more

Visit Student Life Essentials for a comprehensive guide to student resources including food, finances, housing, and parking.

ASBSU Campus Food Pantry

Free pantry for students in need.

More Resources: The Basics for Students

From the Office of Student Life

Self Rescue Manual (PDF)

A guide to all community resources and supports in Ada County & Canyon County.

Student Emergency Fund

For students who are close to withdrawing due to financial hardship.

Health and Wellness

BroncoFit

Your campus resource for all things wellness.

Counseling

Tap into your strengths and find resources.

GradWell

University wellness program just for grad students.

Health Services

Accessible healthcare.

Career Resources

Boise State Career Center

Explore your career options, find jobs, and more.

Career Closet

Free professional attire - open to all Broncos!

Career Coaching

Book an Appointment

Internships for Academic Credit

Expand your horizons and grow your professional skills.

Extracurricular Opportunities

Interested in working with advocacy groups, volunteering with local food pantries or connecting with internship opportunities?

Learn more about extracurricular options for SPPH students here!

Extracurricular Opportunities

Community, Clubs, and Organizations

The campus groups and departments listed here are also active on social media – another great place to find community and discover resources.

Eta Sigma Gamma: Health Education Honorary

Open to Health Education and Promotion (HEP) students

Future Physician's Club

Future Physician's Club

Gender Equity Center

A friendly, supportive place for people of all gender identities.

Multicultural Student Services

Support, mentorship, training and more.

Pre-Dental Club

Pre-Dental Club

Student Involvement and Leadership Center

Discover all the ways you can get involved.

Veteran Services

Get help navigating the transition from military to campus life.