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5 ½ Things About the First Week of Classes

Fall 2019 has officially begun! Look for Information Tables throughout campus staffed with friendly volunteers who can point you in the right direction. It’s also Bronco Welcome, a week-long celebration welcoming you to Boise State. More than 40 events during 9 days just to say hi. Yep, we’re that glad you’re here.

1) Monday, August 26: Short Stack Shindig

Jump-start the year with a free breakfast of orange and blue pancakes. Mosey on over to the Quad where Boise State Alumni Association Volunteers will serve you a Bronco Breakfast and welcome you back to school.

8:30 – 10:30 a.m. on the Quad (courtyard between the Administration Building and Albertsons Library)

2) Tuesday, August 27: Transfer Students and Friends BBQ

Jump into Bronco culture and meet other transfer students during a free BBQ on the Lincoln Townhomes basketball and sand volleyball courts.

5 – 7 p.m. at Lincoln Townhomes

3) Wednesday, Aug 28: On-Campus and Part-Time Job Fair

Find a part-time gig on or off campus at the Job Fair. All you have to do is bring your Boise State ID to get in, and have your resume printed and ready to hand to a future employer who is looking for someone like you.

10 a.m. – 2 p.m. in the Student Union Building, Atrium

4) Thursday, Aug 29: D3 (Diversity Day Defined)

Celebrate the legacy of student voices advocating for diversity at Boise State. Live music, performances, free sno-cones and exhibits by multiculturally-themed clubs and organizations advocating for diversity issues at Boise State.

11 a.m. – 2 p.m. on the Student Union Building, Patio

5) Friday, Aug 30: Play Free at the Games Center

All day long (almost). Free bowling and pool where you can meet new friends and show off your skills. Come try out the new lanes at the Games Center and enjoy striking out…the good way! Prizes and fun competitions will take place throughout the week.

10 a.m. – 11 p.m. in the Student Union Building, Games Center

1/2) Monday, Sept 2: Labor Day AND Boise State is closed

Labor Day is a day set aside to pay tribute to working people. It has been celebrated as a national holiday in the United States and Canada since 1894. Use the three-day weekend to rest up after a whirlwind week of classes and activities.