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ResourcePhoneWebsiteServicesConditions or Comment About Services
ACADEMIC PROCESSES/APPEALS
Advising and Academic Support Center (AASC)(208) 426-4049https://www.boisestate.edu/aasc/advising-holds/probation-dismissal-reinstatement/AASC helps students submit reinstatement appeals following a dismissal due to GPA.Current or returning student
Account Maintenance(208) 426-2134https://www.boisestate.edu/vpfa-student-financial-services/boise-state-university-fees/Student Fee Appeal committeeAfter withdrawal from the University, may appeal student fees due to hardships related to medical, financial, or other issues.
Boise State Policies(208) 426-1349https://www.boisestate.edu/policy/Boise State University policy manual, broken out by area.Applies to students, faculty, staff, and general public
Dean of Students(208) 426-1527https://www.boisestate.edu/deanofstudents/Student support services, student code of conduct, food pantry, relaxation room, ASBSU Legal Services (free legal advice), grievancesCurrent or returning student
Financial Aid & Scholarships(208) 426-1664https://www.boisestate.edu/financialaid/forms/Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) and Scholarship appeals. In limited cases, students may qualify to receive additional student loan funding.Services are available to degree-seeking Boise State students. Students with extraordinary expenses or life situations are encouraged to meet with a financial aid counselor to explore options.
Institutional Compliance & Ethics(208) 426-1258https://www.boisestate.edu/complianceOversees the investigation of all protected class discrimination complaints. For more information on protected classes, please see Boise State Policy 1060.
Provost(208) 426-4062https://www.boisestate.edu/academics-undergraduate/appeals/Grade appeals and academic grievances.Appeals must be received by the end of the semester following the aggrieved incident.
Registrar(208) 426-4129https://www.boisestate.edu/registrar/Academic Appeals process; Appeals to/for: a) Add or drop classes after the deadline; b) Completely withdraw after a semester ends or for a prior semester; c) Early Reinstatement; d) Grade ExclusionYou have the right to appeal any academic policy if the following conditions are present: *Extenuating circumstances make it impossible for you to comply with the policy or requirement; *An undue hardship would result from a strict application or interpretation of the policy or requirement.
Off Campus Resources
ACLU Idaho(208) 344-9750http://acluidaho.org/No legal services. Civil liberties violations, Information on Trans* rightsIssue must have occurred in Idaho
Department of Education1-800-USA-LEARN (1-800-872-5327)http://www2.ed.gov/policy/Establishes and oversees funding and financial aid on a national level. Ensures equal access to education and non-discrimination practices.
Office for Civil Rights (OCR)(202) 453-5686http://www2.ed.gov/about/offices/list/ocr/index.htmlProvides advocacy and assistance to students who may be dealing with civil rights violations (i.e. Title IX, gender, age, ADA/504 disability complaints, etc.)
Arts and Sciences
Anthropology(208) 426-3023https://www.boisestate.edu/anthropology/
Art(208) 426-1230https://www.boisestate.edu/art/
Biological Sciences(208) 426-3262https://www.boisestate.edu/biology/
Chemistry- Biochemistry(208) 426-3000http://chemistry.boisestate.edu/
Communication and Media(208) 426-3320https://www.boisestate.edu/comm-media/
English(208) 426-3426https://www.boisestate.edu/english/
Geosciences(208) 426-1631https://www.boisestate.edu/earth/
History(208) 426-1255https://www.boisestate.edu/history/
Mathematics(208) 426-1172https://math.boisestate.edu/
Music(208) 426-1596http://music.boisestate.edu/
Philosophy(208) 426-3304http://philosophy.boisestate.edu/
Physics(208) 426-3775https://www.boisestate.edu/physics/
Psychology(208) 426-1207http://psychology.boisestate.edu/
Sociology(208) 426-3406https://www.boisestate.edu/sociology/
Theatre, Film, and Creative Writing(208) 426-3957https://www.boisestate.edu/tfcw/
World Languages(208) 426-3956https://www.boisestate.edu/worldlang/
Business and Economics
Accountancy(208) 426-3461https://www.boisestate.edu/cobe-accountancy/
Economics(208) 426-3351https://www.boisestate.edu/cobe-economics/
Information Technology and Supply Chain Management(208) 426-1181https://www.boisestate.edu/cobe-itscm/
Management(208) 426-1313https://www.boisestate.edu/cobe-management/
Marketing and Finance(208) 426-3356https://www.boisestate.edu/cobe-marketing/
Education
Counselor Education(208) 426-1219http://education.boisestate.edu/counselored/
Curriculum, Instruction, and Foundational Studies(208) 426-1672http://education.boisestate.edu/cifs/
Educational Technology(208) 426-4076http://edtech.boisestate.edu/
Literacy, Language, and Culture(208) 426-2862http://education.boisestate.edu/literacy/
Special Education and Early Childhood Studies(208) 426-2814http://education.boisestate.edu/spedecs/special-ed/
Engineering
Civil Engineering(208) 426-3743http://coen.boisestate.edu/ce/
Computer Science(208) 426-5788http://coen.boisestate.edu/cs/
Construction Management(208) 426-3764http://coen.boisestate.edu/cm/
Electrical and Computer Engineering(208) 426-5788http://coen.boisestate.edu/ece/
Materials Science and Engineering(208) 426-5788http://coen.boisestate.edu/mse/
Mechanical and Biomedical Engineering(208) 426-4078http://coen.boisestate.edu/mbe/
Graduate College
Office of the Graduate Dean(208) 426-3647https://www.boisestate.edu/graduatecollege/
Health Sciences
Public Health and Population Science(208) 426-3929https://www.boisestate.edu/phps/
Kinesiology(208) 426-4270https://www.boisestate.edu/kinesiology/
Nursing(208) 426-4143https://www.boisestate.edu/nursing/
Radiologic Sciences(208) 426-1996https://www.boisestate.edu/radiologicsciences/
Respiratory Care(208) 426-3383https://www.boisestate.edu/respiratorycare/
Social Work(208) 426-1568https://www.boisestate.edu/socialwork/
School of Public Service
Criminal Justice(208) 426-3407https://www.boisestate.edu/sps-criminaljustice/
Environmental Studies(208) 426-2530https://www.boisestate.edu/sps-environmental/
Global Studies(208) 426-2530https://www.boisestate.edu/sps-global/
Military Science(208) 426-3500https://www.boisestate.edu/sps-militaryscience/
Political Science(208) 426-1458https://www.boisestate.edu/sps-politicalscience/
Public Policy and Administration(208) 426-2532https://www.boisestate.edu/sps-publicpolicy/
Urban Studies and Community Development(208) 426-2530https://www.boisestate.edu/sps-urban/
Boise State Policies
Policy 1060: Non-Discrimination and Anti-Harassmenthttps://www.boisestate.edu/policy/governance-legal/non-discrimination-and-anti-harassment-policy/Describes the University's commitment to provide a working and learning environment that is free of unlawful discrimination and harassment and how the University will address such allegations.
Policy 3000: Academic Dismissal and Probationhttps://www.boisestate.edu/policy/academic-affairs-student/academic-probation-and-dismissal/Establishes criteria by which a student may be placed on academic probation or may be dismissed from the University (also outlines reinstatement).
Policy 3130: Grade Appealhttps://www.boisestate.edu/policy/academic-affairs-student/policy-title-grade-appeal-policy/Outlines procedures, power and authority, limits, and responsibilities for student appeals of final grades when a student believes a different grade has been earned.
Policy 3140: Academic Grievancehttps://www.boisestate.edu/policy/academic-affairs-student/academic-grievance/Outlines procedures, power and authority, limits, and responsibilities for student appeals for non-grade related academic grievances when a student believes he/she has been maltreated in a course and/or academic situation.
Policy 3180: Changes in Final Gradeshttps://www.boisestate.edu/policy/academic-affairs-student/policy-title-changes-in-final-grades/Describes conditions under which final grades may be changed and the procedure for making such changes.
ADVISING AND ACADEMIC SUPPORT
Advising and Academic Support Center (AASC)(208) 426-4049https://www.boisestate.edu/aasc/Academic Advising is to discuss and plan for your academic success. It is an on-going process where you and your advisor develop and track your educational plans. Advisors help students explore majors, select courses, and create a plan to graduate on time.All students are welcome to contact AASC with general questions. AASC may make an appointment or referral if situation warrants. If you have a major, you need to contact an advisor specific to your major (list on AASC website).
Advising and Academic Support Center (AASC) - Reinstatement Appeals(208) 426-4049https://www.boisestate.edu/aasc/advising-holds/probation-dismissal-reinstatement/AASC helps students submit reinstatement appeals following a dismissal due to GPA.Current or returning student
Academic Alert (for faculty)(208) 426-4049https://www.boisestate.edu/aasc/academic-alert/Academic reporting for concerns about a student; early intervention.Faculty members concerned about academic performance of students in their classes (i.e. not attending class, isolated from other students, etc.)
Dean of Students(208) 426-1527https://www.boisestate.edu/deanofstudents/Advising/general support, assistance handling emergencies related to academics, student absence notification to instructors.Current, former, or future Boise State students are welcome to contact the Office of the Dean of Students for assistance and direction.
Educational Access Center (EAC)(208) 426-1583https://www.boisestate.edu/eac/Provides accomodations to students in need. Accomodation areas include assistive technologies, alternative formats, alternative testing, deaf and hard of hearing, and note taking.Request accommodations via online Access Portal (linked on EAC website) - follow up documentation and appointment with EAC required.
English Language Support(208) 426-1109http://englishsupport.boisestate.edu/for-students/One-on-one tutoring for multilingual students.
General Purpose Classrooms(208) 426-4357https://www.boisestate.edu/oit/Technology Support, Equipment Demonstration, Classroom Capture, Clickers.Current student, faculty, or staff
Honors College(208) 426-1122https://www.boisestate.edu/honors/Provides talented, highly-motivated students a challenging curriculum and variety of co-curricular activities.Must apply and be accepted to the college. 3.5 GPA requirement for entrance; 3.25 to maintain status within the college. Continuing Boise State students are required to have a minimum of 15 college credits with a GPA of 3.5 or higher.
International Student Services (ISS)(208) 426-3652https://www.boisestate.edu/globaleducation-iss/International student support, immigration, language support, financial resources, study tips, navigating university life.Open to all Boise State international students.
Jury Duty - PAGE NO LONGER EXISTS(208) 426-4062http://academics.boisestate.edu/undergraduate/jury-duty/Refer to the Provost's website for further information. Postponement of Jury Duty may be possible in cases of extreme academic hardship.Students are required to notify faculty of jury summons/service and make arrangements for make-up work.
Math Learning Center(208) 426-1172https://math.boisestate.edu/mlc/Drop-in Math tutoring for MATH 015-175 in different tutoring rooms in the Math Building.Current Boise State student enrolled in math classes
Multicultural Student Services(208) 426-5950https://www.boisestate.edu/mss/First Forward Peer Educator program for first-generation college students. Open to all students interested in equity and social justice, students from different cultures, countries and ethnicities.Application required for First Forward program (online link on website).
Registrar(208) 426-4249https://www.boisestate.edu/registrar/Student Records: FERPA. Manages student records and right to privacy. Students must sign a release of information (aka privacy release) to allow others access to their records.Current or former students
Service-Learning(208) 426-1004https://www.boisestate.edu/servicelearning/The Service-Learning Program connects classes with community organizations to enhance student learning, address critical community issues, and encourage students to be active citizens in their local, national and global communities.Students can find Service-Learning classes as well as a list of nonprofit organizations by visiting the Service-Learning website.
Testing Center(208) 426-2761https://www.boisestate.edu/testing/Administers admissions, college credit by exam, international student, and placement tests, as well as professional and industry certifications.
TRIO Rising Scholars(208) 426-3583http://education.boisestate.edu/trsFederally-funded grant program, offering academic assistance and encouragement for first-generation, and/or low-income and/or students with a documented disability.Must be accepted into the program
Tutoring(208) 426-4049https://www.boisestate.edu/aasc/academicsupportservices/Free tutoring available in certain academic departments.Varies by Area of Study
Writing Center(208) 426–1298https://www.boisestate.edu/writingcenter/Writing consultations for all Boise State students, faculty, and staff. Appointments are recommended; drop-ins may be accommodated but not always. Also provides email consultations.Must be a Boise State student - call to schedule an appointment
Advising by College
Advising and Academic Support Center(208) 426-4049https://www.boisestate.edu/aasc/University Undecided/Undeclaredacademic@boisestate.edu; Schedule an appointment online at http://aae.boisestate.edu/advisors/
Advising and Academic Support Center(208) 426-4050https://www.boisestate.edu/aasc/advising-holds/probation-dismissal-reinstatement/Probation, Dismissal, Reinstatement. Students having academic difficulty or exploring new majors.academic@boisestate.edu; Schedule an appointment online at http://aae.boisestate.edu/advisors/
Advising and Academic Support Center(208) 426-4051https://www.boisestate.edu/aasc/new-student-resources/transfer-students/Advising for: Transfer Studentsacademic@boisestate.edu
Graduate College(208) 426-3903https://www.boisestate.edu/graduatecollege/Graduate Admissions and Degree Servicesgradcoll@boisestate.edu
College of Arts and Sciences(208) 426-2663https://www.boisestate.edu/coas-advising/COAS Advising and Success Center. See link for list of Advising contacts for all COAS Majors.coas-advising@boisestate.edu
College of Business and Economics(208) 426-3859https://www.boisestate.edu/cobe-studentadvising/All Business and Economics Majors - COBE Student Services Officestuserv@boisestate.edu
College of Business and Economics(208) 426-3860https://www.boisestate.edu/cobe-careers/COBE Career Services is available to COBE majors.Located in MBEB 1120
College of Education(208) 426-1134http://education.boisestate.edu/advising/All Education MajorsTEAdvising@boisestate.edu
College of Engineering(208) 426-2688http://coen.boisestate.edu/advising/All Engineering Majors - Advising and Outreach OfficeadviseENGR@boisestate.edu
College of Health Sciences(208) 426-1678https://www.boisestate.edu/healthsciences-advising/Community and Environmental Health, Nursing, Respiratory Care, Radiological Sciencehsadvising@boisestate.edu
College of Health Sciences(208) 426-1053https://www.boisestate.edu/kinesiology/Athletic Trainingatep@boisestate.edu
College of Health Sciences(208) 426-3656https://www.boisestate.edu/healthsciences-advising/Health Education and Promotioncspear@boisestate.edu
College of Health Sciences(208) 426-2470https://www.boisestate.edu/kinesiology/Kinesiology and Physical Educationtinafreeman@boisestate.edu; Schedule an appointment: https://kinesiology-advising.youcanbook.me/
College of Health Sciences(208) 426-3106https://www.boisestate.edu/socialwork/Social Workelliepierce@boisestate.edu
College of Innovation and Design(208) 426-4978https://www.boisestate.edu/gimm/GIMM- Gaming, Interactive Media and Mobile Technolgoyanthonyellertson@boisestate.edu
College of Innovation and Design(208) 426-2933https://www.boisestate.edu/cid/Human Environmental Systemsnancyglenn@boisestate.edu
School of Public Service(208) 426-3407https://www.boisestate.edu/sps-criminaljustice/Political Science and Criminal Justicebrittanysundell@boisestate.edu; Schedule an appointment: brittanysundell.youcanbook.me
School of Public Service(208) 426-1458https://www.boisestate.edu/sps-environmental/Environmental Studies, Global Studies, Urban Studies, and Community Studiesamandadolfin@boisestate.edu; Schedule an appointment: amandadofin.youcanbook.me
Other Boise State Sites
Twin Falls Campus208-933-2305https://www.boisestate.edu/flex/flexible-locations/csi/Contact: Christy Bowmanchristybowman@boisestate.edu
Boise State at CWI208-562-3423https://www.boisestate.edu/flex/flexible-locations/cwi/Contact: Shea Hansonboisestatecenter-cwi@boisestate.edu
Gowen Field208-272-3758https://www.boisestate.edu/flex/flexible-locations/military-programs/Contact: Yanice Kirkendallgowenfield@boisestate.edu
Mountain Home208-826-6746https://www.boisestate.edu/flex/flexible-locations/military-programs/mountainhome@boisestate.edu
BOISE STATE POLICIES
Policy 3000: Academic Dismissal and Probationhttps://www.boisestate.edu/policy/academic-affairs-student/academic-probation-and-dismissal/Establishes criteria by which a student may be placed on academic probation or may be dismissed from the University (also outlines reinstatement).
Policy 3130: Grade Appealhttps://www.boisestate.edu/policy/academic-affairs-student/policy-title-grade-appeal-policy/Outlines procedures, power and authority, limits, and responsibilities for student appeals of final grades when a student believes a different grade has been earned.
Policy 3140: Academic Grievancehttps://www.boisestate.edu/policy/academic-affairs-student/academic-grievance/To establish the University’s policy outlining procedures, power and authority, limits, and responsibilities for student appeals (graduate and undergraduate) for non-grade related academic grievances when a student believes he/she has been maltreated in a course and/or academic situation.
CAMPUS INVOLVEMENT
Alumni Association(208) 426-1698https://www.boisestate.edu/alumni/Opportunities for alumni to get involved at Boise State but also for current students to be a part of the Future Alumni Network (FAN) Club.Boise State alumni or current students
Associated Students of Boise State University (ASBSU)(208) 426-4240http://asbsu.boisestate.edu/ASBSU is the student government for all Boise State University students. Students are elected or appointed to various bodies, including the Student Assembly, Executive Council, Student Funding Board, Student Ethics Officer, and various university committees. Contact ASBSU to learn more.All fee-paying students are members of ASBSU.
Campus Rec(208) 426-1131https://www.boisestate.edu/recreation/sports/Intramurals and Sports Clubs for students wishing to play various sports.Current student
Academic Alert (for faculty)(208) 426-4049https://www.boisestate.edu/aasc/academic-alert/Academic reporting for concerns about a student; early intervention.Faculty members concerned about academic performance of students in their classes (i.e. not attending class, isolated from other students, etc.)
Career Center(208) 426-1747https://www.boisestate.edu/career/Career Exploration and Planning including career counseling and assessments. Job Search Advising including resume and cover letter assistance; interview training, LinkedIn and personal branding. Walk-in hours, workshops, online resources, and annual events.Boise State current student or alumnus
Conference Services Online Event Request System(208) 426-1677https://eventservices.boisestate.edu/University Event Services offers an online, 24/7 event request system for spaces and services coordinated through the Student Union. Requests confirmed through Conference Services.Officially recognized student organizations and university departments may register for account access, receive special rates.
Department Internships(208) 426-1747https://www.boisestate.edu/career/gain-experience/Department internship coordinators. Contact the Career Center for further information.Current Boise State student
Games Center(208) 426-1456http://sub.boisestate.edu/games-center/Games center with bowling, pool tables, ping pong tables, and foos ball. Can reserve the Games Center for birthday parties or events.
Gender Equity Center(208) 426-4259https://www.boisestate.edu/genderequity/Cosponsors events with student organizations and departments, student employment and volunteer event support opportunities.Must be able to demonstrate course enrollment to be eligible for student employment.
Info Desk & BroncoCard(208) 426-INFO (4636)https://www.boisestate.edu/infodesk/Bronco Card services (photo ID card, Bronco Bucks, and voluntary commuter meal plans). Ticket outlet for Boise State campus events. Discount movie, Roaring Springs, and Wahooz Tickets. Video Game console checkout. General information for on-campus events and SUB.Discounts only available with Boise State ID card.
International Student Services(208) 426-3652https://www.boisestate.edu/globaleducation-iss/International student admissions, immigration, language support, financial resources, study groups, navigating university life.Open to all Boise State international students.
Multicultural Student Services (MSS)(208) 426-5950https://www.boisestate.edu/mss/Help organizing cultural festivals and events on campus. Annual events include the Tunnel of Oppression and Idaho Human Rights Day, in addition to various awareness weeks.Current Boise State student
OrgSync(208) 426-1223https://orgsync.com/login/boise-state-universityOrgSync is your way to connect to organizations, communicate with other members, and explore your community. Log-in to OrgSync and you can search for interests, volunteer opportunities, groups and organizations, etc.Current Boise State student, faculty, or staff
Military Science / Army ROTC(208) 426-3000https://www.boisestate.edu/sps-militaryscience/Reserve Officer Training Corps for students wishing to go into the military. Provides scholarships and career possibilities.Military service following graduation.
Service-Learning(208) 426-1004https://www.boisestate.edu/servicelearning/The Service-Learning Program connects classes with community organizations to enhance student learning, address critical community issues, and encourage students to be active citizens in their local, national and global communities.Students can find Service-Learning classes as well as a list of nonprofit organizations by visiting the Service-Learning website.
Student Involvement and Leadership Center(208) 426-1223https://www.boisestate.edu/getinvolved/The Student Involvement and Leadership Center provides space and context for uncommon dialogue to explore purpose and realize potential. Get involved with student organizations, fraternities and sororities, leadership programs, service opportunities, and campus events and activities.Current Boise State student
Student Organizations(208) 426-1223http://boisestate.orgsync.com/OrganizationsStudent clubs and organizations on campus, including contact information for each club. Also has information about starting your own student organization and the process to do that.Current Boise State student
Student Union Fine Arts(208) 426-1242https://www.boisestate.edu/finearts/Rotating gallery exhibition space and events for artistic and cultural expression in the Student Union. Permanent Collection of 200+ artworks and artifacts. Support from Student Union Art Advisory Board.Free public admission and opportunity to exhibit open to all students, faculty, guests, alumni, and community members of Boise State. Exhibitions selected annually by application. For art majors and academic coursework information, contact Department of Art.
Event Calendars
Boise State Events(208) 426-1000https://www.boisestate.edu/events/Updated list of daily, overall events happening on campus.
Community Engagement Calendar(208) 426-1004https://www.boisestate.edu/servicelearning/Calendar tracking different programs and events happening in the community for volunteers.Applications through Service Learning may be required.
Morrison Center(208) 426-1609https://www.morrisoncenter.com/eventsEvents and shows coming to the Morrison Center.
Music Department Events(208) 426-1596https://music.boisestate.edu/calendar/List of events and recitals happening in the Music Department.
Student Involvement Event Calendar(208) 426-1223https://www.boisestate.edu/getinvolved/events-and-fun/List of all student organization events, workshops, and trainings.
Volunteering
Alternative Breaks - Student Involvement and Leadership Center(208) 426-1223https://www.boisestate.edu/getinvolved/lead-and-serve/alternative-breaks-2/Opportunities vary - applications and fees are listed on the website.Boise State students. Check website for application deadlines and fees.
Community Engagement Calendar(208) 426-1004https://www.boisestate.edu/servicelearning/calendar-deadlines/Calendar tracking different programs and events happening in the community for volunteers.Applications through Service Learning may be required.
Morrison Center(208) 426-1609http://www.morrisoncenter.com/contact/volunteerVolunteer positions (ushering, refreshments) within the Morrison Center for events.Must be 18 years or older, apply and pay application fee ($10-100/annually)
National Residence Hall Honorary (NRHH)(208) 447-1001https://www.boisestate.edu/housing/housing-help-center/the-experience/national-residence-hall-honorary/NRHH is an organization for high-achieving students living on campus (academically, involved on campus, etc.) who coordinate service activities for Boise State and the Boise community.Boise State students who live on campus.
Residential Housing Association (RHA)(208) 447-1001https://www.boisestate.edu/housing/housing-help-center/the-experience/residential-housing-association/RHA is the student government that oversees student life in Boise State’s residence halls, suites, townhomes, and apartment complexes. Students are automatically a part of RHA by living on campus, can attend their many events, and get involved in advocating for residents' needs.Boise State students who live on campus.
Service Saturday - Student Involvement and Leadership Center(208) 426-4239https://www.boisestate.edu/getinvolved/lead-and-serve/service-saturday/First Saturday of every month during academic year. Service projects and locations vary each month. Free breakfast for all volunteers!Boise State students. Need to RSVP on the Service Saturday website.
Employee Only Groups
Association of Classified Employees (ACE)(208) 426-1129http://orgs.boisestate.edu/ace/On campus policy and legislative updates, annual events, and action items relating to state classified employees.Boise State classified employee
Professional Staff Association(208) 426-3381https://orgs.boisestate.edu/prostaff/Promotes and develops activities, policies and procedures that enhance Boise State University in pursuit of its mission. Promotes an active role for the professional staff in University governance structures. Achieves formal representation in the process of establishing University educational and operating procedures and policies. Represents the professional staff in policy matters pertaining to personal and professional welfare.Boise State professional staff member
Faculty Senate(208) 426-1786https://www.boisestate.edu/academics-facultysenate/Faculty Senate is a representative body that is responsible for faculty participation in university planning and governance. Full Facuty Senate meetings are open to the public.Boise State faculty
COUNSELING, CRISIS SUPPORT, AND REFERRAL SERVICES
Campus Security and Police Services(208) 426-6911https://www.boisestate.edu/publicsafety-security/Emergency response, campus security escort, on-campus police reporting (file police report), policy enforcement, emergency blue light phones.
CARE Program(208) 426-1527https://www.boisestate.edu/care/CARE (Campus Assessment, Resources and Education) provides assistance to the university community to help assess and find solutions for managing distressing, disturbing, disruptive, and dangerous behaviors. CARE Alerts can be filed online and may be anonymous.Referrals for students, faculty, and staff
Dean of Students(208) 426-1527https://www.boisestate.edu/deanofstudents/Student support services, ASBSU Legal Services (free legal advice), Student Emergency FundCurrent or returning student
Employee Assistance Program (EAP - staff only)(877) 427-2327http://hrs.boisestate.edu/benefits/employee-assistance-program/Up to 5 free consultations per fiscal year with professional counselors; hotline available 24/7, 365 days a yearMust be a current Boise State employee
FACES of Hope Victim Center(208) 577-4403https://www.facesofhopevictimcenter.org/Located near campus (417 S. 6th St.), FACES Family Justice Center provides confidential, no-cost, multiple services in one location to any victim of child abuse, domestic violence, elder abuse, and sexual assault. FACES offers ongoing education, classes, advocacy, and referrals.Open to any victim of family violence. Please call (208) 577-4400 with questions.
Gender Equity Center(208) 426-4259https://www.boisestate.edu/genderequity/Confidential, no-cost support (crisis intervention, advocacy, and referrals) in navigating personal, financial and academic roadblocks. Specialized support for folks who identify as non-traditional students, LGBTQIA or victims of stalking, sexual assault, sexual harassment, and relationship violence.Open to people of all genders. Support focused on faculty, staff, and incoming, current or recently graduated students. General information and referrals available to folks supporting members of our campus community (ex. parents, partners, roommates).
University Health Services (UHS) - Counseling(208) 426-1459https://www.boisestate.edu/healthservices/counseling/Individual and multi-person counseling, crisis/triage counseling, group counseling, mental health screening and assessment, ADHD and Learning Disability testingOpen to students, faculty, staff, and dependents ages 12+ (consultation/referral available below age 12). Accepts most insurance. Medicaid/care not accepted
University Health Services (UHS) - Medical(208) 426-1459https://www.boisestate.edu/healthservices/medical/Primary care, urgent care, lab services, vaccinations, on site dispensary, contraception, massage therapy, sports medicine, and psychiatryOpen to students, faculty, and staff and their children. Accepts most insurance. Medicaid/care not accepted.
See the Self-Rescue Manual for additional Counseling/Mental Health resources and Crisis/Resource Hotlineshttp://www.selfrescuemanual.com/
DISABILITY SUPPORT
Educational Access Center (EAC)(208) 426-1583https://www.boisestate.edu/eac/Provides accommodations to students with permanent or temporary disabilities who need accommodations to gain access to their classes or University housing. Accommodation areas may include assistive technologies, alternative formats, alternative testing, deaf and hard of hearing services, and note taking.To request accommodations, visit the EAC online and click on the Request Services button on the main page. Documentation of disability and initial appointment with EAC required. Location: Lincoln Garage
Help Desk(208) 426-4537https://www.boisestate.edu/oit/Technology assistance, personal computer support, equipment checkout, lab computers and BroncoPrint kiosksCurrent Boise State student, faculty, or staff member. Multiple locations on campus: Interactive Learning Center, Room 128; Student Union Building, Room 1414 across from C3; Micron Business and Economics Builing (MBEB); Multipurpose Classroom Building (MPC)
Housing and Residence Life(208) 447-1001https://www.boisestate.edu/housing/On campus residents seeking accommodations for medically documented needs related to their housing can reach out to the Educational Access Center (EAC) or Housing and Residence Life. All documentation will be submitted through the EAC.Current or prospective Boise State student. Location: Chaffee Hall
Institutional Compliance and Ethics(208) 426-1258https://www.boisestate.edu/compliance/This office houses the University's EEO/AA Office to ensure compliance with federal and state laws regarding employment and diversity.Contact the office via email at reportdiscrimination@boisestate.edu or phone. Location: Riverfront Hall
Library's Adaptive Technology (check out/use)(208) 426-1204https://library.boisestate.edu/help-services/accessibility/iPads are available for 3-day check out or in library use. Library computers have JAWS and ZoomText. Please ask the Circulation Desk for location of voice recognition software (Dragon Naturally Speaking) and CCTV.Contact a librarian for assistance; can also contact Mary Aagard at 426-4025 with questions. Location: Albertsons Library
Transportation and Parking Services(208) 426-PARK (7275)https://www.boisestate.edu/publicsafety-transportation/Purchase on-campus parking permits, pay citations, parking maps, obtain bus passes, and information on transportation. Transit options include the fully accessible Campus Shuttle, Valley Ride Transit, and (when needed) Access Rides at no charge. ADA parking is available in every lot, and any state placard or plate is honored in meters on campus. See Transportation and Parking Services for more information.Current student, faculty, staff member or visitor. Location: Student Union Building, Transit Center
University Health Services - Counseling(208) 426-1459https://www.boisestate.edu/healthservices/counseling/adhd/ADHD and Learning Disability testing; Individual and multi-person counseling, crisis/triage counseling, group counseling, mental health screening and assessmentOpen to students, faculty, staff, and dependents ages 12+ (consultation/referral available below age 12). Accepts most insurance. Medicaid/care not accepted. Location: Norco Building, 2nd Floor
Veteran Services(208) 426-3744https://veterans.boisestate.edu/contact-us/Support and advising services for Veterans and dependents. Processes GI Bill benefits and declarations to access funds. Office includes a lounge and study area for students to access during business hours.Open to Boise State Veterans and eligible dependents. Location: Lincoln Garage
Disibility Testing Services (Community)
Amerello & Webb Psychological(208) 376-0453No insurance contacts, no sliding fee scale, possible out of network benefits.
Boise Family Psychology(208) 949-8188Sliding scale
Boise Psychological Services(208) 376-3546Contracted with major insurances
Boise Speech and Hearing Clinic(208) 376-3591Contracted with major insurances
Cornerstone Psychological Association(208) 373-7090
BOISE STATE POLICIES
Policy 1060: Non-Discrimination and Anti-Harassmenthttps://www.boisestate.edu/policy/governance-legal/non-discrimination-and-anti-harassment-policy/This policy describes the University's commitment to provide a working and learning environment free from unlawful discrimination and harassment.
Policy 1070: Equal Opportunity Statementhttps://www.boisestate.edu/policy/governance-legal/equal-opportunity-statement/The University's equal opportunity statement.
Policy 2080: Providing Equal Access to Students with Disabilitieshttps://www.boisestate.edu/policy/student-affairs/equal-access-for-students-with-disabilities/Boise State must comply with the Americans with Disabilities Amendments Act and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973. These laws required that the University be accessible to individuals with disabilties and, if necessary, provide reasonable and appropriate accommodations to ensure access.
Policy 3000: Academic Dismissal and Probationhttps://www.boisestate.edu/policy/academic-affairs-student/academic-probation-and-dismissal/Establishes criteria by which a student may be placed on academic probation or may be dismissed from the University (also outlines reinstatement).
Policy 3130: Grade Appealhttps://www.boisestate.edu/policy/academic-affairs-student/policy-title-grade-appeal-policy/Outlines procedures, power and authority, limits, and responsibilities for student appeals of final grades when a student believes a different grade has been earned.
Policy 3140: Academic Grievancehttps://www.boisestate.edu/policy/academic-affairs-student/academic-grievance/Outlines procedures, power and authority, limits, and responsibilities for student appeals for non-grade related academic grievances when a student believes he/she has been maltreated in a course and/or academic situation.
Campus Security and Police Services(208) 426-6911https://www.boisestate.edu/publicsafety-security/Emergency response, campus security escort, on-campus police reporting (file police report), policy enforcement, emergency blue light phones.
DIVERSITY & INCLUSION
CAMP (College Assistance Migrant Program)(208) 426-3203https://education.boisestate.edu/camp/Supports the academic goals of Boise State Students from Migrant and Seasonal Farm work Families by providing advising, tutoring and other servicesStudents must be from MSFW families. Location: Education Building, Room 210
Center for Multicultural Educational Opportunities (CMEO)(208) 426-3684https://education.boisestate.edu/cmeo/Encourage and facilitate academic achievement and personal growth among under-represented groups. Some scholarship opportunities exist.Open to Boise State community. Location: 1885 University Drive (across the street from the Administration Building)
Institutional Compliance and Ethics(208) 426-1258https://www.boisestate.edu/compliance/Coordinates compliance, monitoring, and reporting related to federal and state law campus-wide. Disability- and sex-based discrimination is processed by this office.To file a complaint, contact Institutional Compliance by phone or via email at reportdiscrimination@boisestate.edu. Location: Riverfront Hall
International Learning Opportunities(208) 426-2630https://www.boisestate.edu/globaleducation-glo/Opportunities for study abroad, National Student Exchange, and other international options.Current or prospective students. Location: Simplot/Micron Building, SMASH Room 227
MLK Living Legacy(208) 426-5950https://www.boisestate.edu/mlk/Encourage the campus community to examine social justice, self-identity, and self-empowerment. Includes annual events and workshops. Planning committee is made up of students and an adviser.Current Boise State student. Location: Student Union Building, 2nd Floor
Multicultural Student Services(208) 426-5950https://www.boisestate.edu/mss/Student support for students that identify with multicultural groups, such as First Forward, First Generation, refugees. MSS provides lounge and study areas and opportunities for tutoring, networking, and events.Open to Boise State community. Location: Student Union Building, 2nd Floor
Student Involvement and Leadership Center(208) 426-1223https://www.boisestate.edu/getinvolved/The Student Involvement and Leadership Center provides space and context for uncommon dialogue to explore purpose and realize potential. Examine diversity and social issues with student organizations and make change in the world through alternative breaks and volunteer opportunitiesCurrent Boise State student. Location: Student Union Building, 2nd Floor
Student Union Fine Arts(208) 426-2541https://www.boisestate.edu/finearts/Rotating gallery exhibition space and events for artistic and cultural expression in the Student Union. Permanent Collection of 200+ artworks and artifacts. Support from Student Union Art Advisory Board.Free public admission and opportunity to exhibit open to all students, faculty, guests, alumni, and community members of Boise State. Exhibitions selected annually by application. For art majors and academic coursework information, contact Department of Art. Location: Student Union Building, 2nd Floor
DISABILITY
Educational Access Center (EAC)(208) 426-1583https://www.boisestate.edu/eac/Provides accommodations to students with permanent or temporary disabilities who need accommodations to gain access to their classes or University housing. Accommodation areas may include assistive technologies, alternative formats, alternative testing, deaf and hard of hearing services, and note taking.To request accommodations, visit the EAC online and click on the Request Services button on the main page. Documentation of disability and initial appointment with EAC required. Location: Lincoln Garage
FIRST GENERATION COLLEGE STUDENTS
CAMP (College Assistance Migrant Program)(208) 426-3203https://education.boisestate.edu/camp/Supports the academic goals of Boise State Students from Migrant and Seasonal Farm work Families by providing advising, tutoring and other servicesStudents must be from MSFW families. Location: Education Building, Room 210
First Forward Student Success Program(208) 426-5950https://www.boisestate.edu/mss/first-forward/Support services for first-generation college students, provided by Peer Educators, workshops, and opportunities for networking and socializing with other first-generation students.Need to apply to program (online link on website). Location: Student Union Building, 2nd Floor
McNair Scholars Program(208) 426-1194https://education.boisestate.edu/mcnairGraduate school prepatory program for underrepresented, low-income, and/or first generation college students. Faculty mentorship of Scholars prepares them to pursue a master or Ph.D.Current Boise State student; must be accepted into the program. Location: Riverfront Hall, Room 203
TRIO Rising Scholars(208) 426-3583https://education.boisestate.edu/trs/Federally-funded grant program, offering academic assistance and encouragement for first-generation, and/or financially limited and/or students with a documented disabilityMust be accepted into the program. Location: 1885 University Dr. (Across the street from the Administration Building)
FOSTER YOUTH
Impact Scholars(208) 426-1527https://www.boisestate.edu/deanofstudents/student-support/impact-scholars/Support students who are former foster youth to achieve academic and personal goals. Support areas include financial planning, mentoring, academic assistance, networking, and civic engagement.Open to Boise State students who are former foster youth. Location: Office of the Dean of Students, Campus School, Suite 120
INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS
English Language Support(208) 426-4238https://englishsupport.boisestate.edu/One-on-one tutoring for multilingual students.Location: Liberal Arts Building, Room 230
Intensive English Program (IEP)(208) 426-1921https://www.boisestate.edu/globaleducation-iep/Provides opportunity for international students to improve their English skills and profieciency in 8- or 16-week courses offered throughout the year. The goal is for students to fully transition from this English language program to full university courses.Must apply and pay all course fees. Location: 1075 E. Park Blvd. (Parkcenter location)
International Student Services (ISS)(208) 426-3652https://www.boisestate.edu/globaleducation-iss/Provides opportunities for domestic and international students to interact through cultural, educational, and recreational events. Provides cross-cultural training to the campus community.Open to all Boise State international students. Location: Simplot/Micron Building, SMASH 227
LGBTQIA+
FACES of Hope Victim Center(208) 577-4403http://facesofhopevictimcenter.org/Located near campus (417 S. 6th St.), FACES Family Justice Center provides confidential, no-cost, multiple services in one location to any victim of child abuse, domestic violence, elder abuse, and sexual assault. FACES offers ongoing education, classes, advocacy, and referrals.Open to any victim of family violence. Please call with questions 208-577-4403 or email faces@adaweb.net, or Rebecca Lovelace at rlovelace@adaweb.net.
Gender Equity Center(208) 426-4259https://www.boisestate.edu/genderequity/Confidential, no-cost support (crisis intervention, advocacy, and referrals) in navigating personal, financial and academic roadblocks. Specialized support for folks who identify as non-traditional students, LGBTQIA or victims of stalking, sexual assault, sexual harassment, and relationship violence. Hosts programs examining the connections between gender and LGBTQIA identities.Open to all members of the campus community, including faculty, staff, and incoming, current, or recently graduated students. General information and referrals available to folks supporting members of our campus community (ex. parents, partners, roommates). Location: Student Union Building, 2nd Floor
VETERANS
Veteran Services(208) 426-3744http://veterans.boisestate.edu/Support and advising services for Veterans and benefit-eligible dependents. Processes GI Bill benefits and declarations to access funds. Office includes a lounge and study area for students to access during business hours.Open to Boise State Veterans and dependents. Location: Lincoln Garage
WOMEN
FACES of Hope Victim Center(208) 577-4403http://facesofhopevictimcenter.org/Located near campus (417 S. 6th St.), FACES Family Justice Center provides confidential, no-cost, multiple services in one location to any victim of child abuse, domestic violence, elder abuse, and sexual assault. FACES offers ongoing education, classes, advocacy, and referrals.Open to any victim of family violence. Please call with questions 208-577-4403.
Gender Equity Center(208) 426-4259https://www.boisestate.edu/genderequity/Confidential, no-cost support (crisis intervention, advocacy, and referrals) in navigating personal, financial and academic roadblocks. Specialized support for folks who identify as non-traditional students, LGBTQIA or victims of stalking, sexual assault, sexual harassment, and relationship violence. Hosts programs examining the connections between gender and LGBTQIA identities.Open to all members of the campus community, including faculty, staff, and incoming, current, or recently graduated students. General information and referrals available to folks supporting members of our campus community (ex. parents, partners, roommates). Location: Student Union Building, 2nd Floor
BOISE STATE POLICIES
Policy 1060: Non-Discrimination and Anti-Harassmenthttps://www.boisestate.edu/policy/governance-legal/non-discrimination-and-anti-harassment-policy/This policy describes the University's commitment to provide a working and learning environment free from unlawful discrimination and harassment and how the University will address such allegations.
Policy 1070: Equal Opportunity Statementhttps://www.boisestate.edu/policy/governance-legal/equal-opportunity-statement/The University's equal opportunity statement.
Policy 2080: Providing Equal Access to Students with Disabilitieshttps://www.boisestate.edu/policy/student-affairs/equal-access-for-students-with-disabilities/Boise State must comply with the Americans with Disabilities Amendments Act and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973. These laws required that the University be accessible to individuals with disabilties and, if necessary, provide reasonable and appropriate accommodations to ensure access.
EMPLOYMENT & CAREER EXPLORATION
Advisors(208) 426-4049https://www.boisestate.edu/aasc/find-advisor/Advising and Academic Support Center (AASC) specifically serves students who are undeclared or are considering a change in major.
Internships(208) 426-1747https://www.boisestate.edu/career/internships/Contact your department internship advisor or the Career Center for information about internships.
BroncoJobs(208) 426-1747https://www.boisestate.edu/career/handshake-students-alumni/Online database of jobs and internships available to students and alumni, both on- and off-campus. All on-campus jobs will be posted on BroncoJobs.Boise State current student or alumnus
Career Center(208) 426-1747https://www.boisestate.edu/career/Career Exploration and Planning including career counseling and assessments. Job Search Advising including resume and cover letter assistance; interview training, LinkedIn and personal branding. Walk-in hours, workshops, online resources, and annual events.Boise State current student or alumnus
College of Business and Economics(208) 426-1125https://www.boisestate.edu/cobe/College of Business and Economics has a full-time career advisor and internship advisor that can assist COBE students during college to find an internship and work with students to find career opportunities in their discipline.Boise State COBE student
English Language Support(208) 426-4238http://englishsupport.boisestate.edu/for-students/One-on-one tutoring for multilingual students.
International Student Services(208) 426-3652https://www.boisestate.edu/globaleducation-iss/International students only: Assistance with immigration employment regulations, understanding the job search, applying for a social security number and completing HR paperwork. Advising on off-campus employment options.International student
VetSuccess(208) 426-3744http://veterans.boisestate.edu/vetsuccess/Career counseling, job placement assistance, resume developmentVeteran or eligible dependent
FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE
ASBSU(208) 426-4240http://asbsu.boisestate.edu/funding/ASBSU is the student government for all Boise State University students. ASBSU has made funding available for student club activities and for individual students to pursue participation in research or educational activities outside of their current coursework. Contact ASBSU for more information.Funding for students is limited each year and is allocated on a first-come, first-served basis. Visit ASBSU's website for information on how to apply for funding.
Dean of Students(208) 426-1527https://www.boisestate.edu/deanofstudents/student-support/financial-help/Student Emergency Fund: One-time grant (up to $400) to alleviate financial strain from emergency or crisis situationsSee the Dean of Students website for all conditions - supporting documentation required for funds.
Financial Aid & Scholarships(208) 426-1664https://www.boisestate.edu/financialaid/Process and award federal financial aid for students. Coordinate the general scholarship application and award process.Students must complete the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) at www.fafsa.gov to be considered for financial aid. Students experiencing any kind of financial challenge are encouraged to meet with a financial aid counselor to explore options.
Gender Equity Center(208) 426-4259https://www.boisestate.edu/genderequity/scholarships-3/Resources and referrals, support services. Listing of scholarships (on website) for students who identify as women, single parents or LGBTQ.Support services open to campus members, including recently graduated or incoming students. Scholarship listings available for students who identify as women, single parents, or a member of the LGBTQIA community.
Housing and Residence Life(208) 447-1001https://www.boisestate.edu/housing/Students living on campus who have questions related to financing their housing and/or meal plans can contact this office.Boise State students living on campus
International Student Services (ISS)(208) 426-3652https://www.boisestate.edu/globaleducation-iss/International student scholarships and advising on economic hardship work authorization.International student
Scholarships(208) 426-4240https://www.boisestate.edu/scholarships/Scholarships for Boise State studentsFollow instructions on website - deadlines apply
Student Financial Services - Account Maintenance(208) 426-2134https://www.boisestate.edu/vpfa-student-financial-services/Explanations of charges and disbursements on student accounts. Setting up payment plans for tuition and fees. Short-term/emergency loan processing.Current Boise State student
Student Financial Services - Payment and Disbursement(208) 426-1212https://www.boisestate.edu/vpfa-student-financial-services/University bill payment associated with student accounts.Current Boise State student
FOOD PANTRIES
ACE Goodwill Program (staff only)(208) 426-3559http://orgs.boisestate.edu/ace/goodwill-program/Equivalency of one meal per week added to employee ID card.Must be a classified staff member at Boise State, making $11.50 or less per hour. An application is required by the 20th of each month. Location: Boise State University, Mailstop 1010
ASBSU Campus Food Pantry(208) 426-1527https://www.boisestate.edu/deanofstudents/student-support/food-help/food-pantry/A campus food pantry program for Boist State students facing food insecurity, offering nourishing and cost-effective meal and snack options as well as nutritional guidance and education.Boise State student. Location: Office of the Dean of Students (Campus School, Suite 120). Open during business hours. Student ID card required.
The Horse Bit (Food Pantry)(208) 283-9930https://www.facebook.com/pg/HorsesBitStudentPantry/about/Food pantry close to campus. Open Tuesdays 4:00-6:00pm and Fridays 9:30-11:00am. May be able to shop by appointment, in addition to hours. Message the pantry on Facebook for more information or to schedule an appointment.Boise State student, faculty, or staff member. Location: St. Paul's Campus Center (1915 University Drive, across from the Administration Building)
Meal Assistance Program(208) 426-1527https://www.boisestate.edu/deanofstudents/student-support/food-help/meal-assistance/In partnership with Campus Services and Aramark, the Meal Assistance Program provides no-cost meals to Boise State students facing food insecurity. Recipients will receive 10 meal swipes to be used within a two-month timeframe.Currently enrolled, degree-seeking student. Submit Meal Assistance Application online.
GRIEVANCES OR COMPLAINTS
ON CAMPUS RESOURCES
Advising and Academic Support Center (AASC)(208) 426-4049https://www.boisestate.edu/aasc/advising-holds/probation-dismissal-reinstatement/AASC helps students submit reinstatement appeals following a dismissal due to GPA.Current or returning student
Account Maintenance(208) 426-2134https://www.boisestate.edu/vpfa-student-financial-services/Student Fee Appeal committee.After withdrawal from the University, may appeal student fees due to hardships related to medical, financial, or other issues.
Campus Security and Police Services(208) 426-6911https://www.boisestate.edu/publicsafety-security/Non-emergency response, campus security escort, on-campus police reporting (file police report), policy enforcement, emergency blue light phones, "Silent Witness" reporting to anonymously file reports, Clery Act compliance.
Dean of Students(208) 426-1527https://www.boisestate.edu/deanofstudents/student-grievance/Student support services, grievances, ASBSU Legal Services (free legal advice), student code of conduct.Current or returning student
Faculty Ombuds(208) 426-6283https://www.boisestate.edu/academics-facultyombuds/Informal problem-solving and conflict management for all full-time and part-time Boise State faculty.Any Boise State faculty member can utilize
Financial Aid & Scholarships(208) 426-1664https://www.boisestate.edu/financialaid/Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) and Scholarship appeals. In limited cases, students may qualify to receive additional student loan funding.Services are available to degree-seeking Boise State students. Students with extraordinary expenses or life situations are encouraged to meet with a financial aid counselor to explore options.
Gender Equity Center(208) 426-4259https://www.boisestate.edu/genderequity/Confidential support in understanding campus grievence procedures, advocacy in submitting grievences, Human Resources/Title IX/conduct process support. Specialized advocacy for victims of stalking, sexual assault, relationship violence or sexual harassment.Open to all members of the campus community, including faculty, staff, students, and recently graduated or incoming students. General information and referrals available to folks supporting members of our campus community (ex. parents, partners, roommates).
Housing and Residence Life(208) 447-1001https://www.boisestate.edu/housing/Student living on campus who have questions, comments, or concerns about their housing.Boise State student
Institutional Compliance & Ethics(208) 426-1258https://www.boisestate.edu/compliance/Oversees the investigation of all protected class discrimination complaints. For more information on protected classes, please see Boise State Policy 1060.
International Student Services (ISS)(208) 426-3652https://www.boisestate.edu/globaleducation-iss/International students can provide feedback about concerns or treatment on campus. Provides opportunities for domestic and international students to interact through cultural, educational, and recreational events. Provides cross-cultural training to the campus community.Open to all Boise State international students.
Multicultural Student Services(208) 426-5950https://www.boisestate.edu/mss/Student support for students that identify with multicultural groups, such as First Forward, First Generation, refugees. MSS provides lounge and study areas and opportunities for tutoring, networking, and events.Open to Boise State community
Student Diversity and Inclusion(208) 426-5950https://www.boisestate.edu/sdi/Support for students who have experienced identity based discrimination. Connected with International Student Services and Multicultural Student Services for additional assistance.Open to all students
Vice President for Student Affairs(208) 426-2384http://vpsa.boisestate.edu/your-voice-matters/Your Voice Matters feedback form for students who may wish to provide feedback or suggestions about how the university can better serve their needs. Also for general feedback, opportunity to freely express student perspectives, seek clarification, share concerns and seek assistance; may be submitted anonymously.
OFF CAMPUS RESOURCES
ACLU Idaho(208) 344-9750http://acluidaho.org/No legal services. Civil liberties violations, Information on Trans* rightsIssue must have occurred in Idaho
Department of Education1-800-USA-LEARN (1-800-872-5327)https://www2.ed.gov/policy/landing.jhtmlEstablishes and oversees funding and financial aid on a national level. Ensures equal access to education and non-discrimination practices.
Office for Civil Rights (OCR)1-800-872-5327https://www2.ed.gov/about/offices/list/ocr/index.htmlProvides advocacy and assistance to students who may be dealing with civil rights violations (i.e. Title IX, gender, age, ADA/504 disability complaints, etc.)
BOISE STATE POLICIES
Policy 1060: Non-Discrimination and Anti-Harassmenthttps://www.boisestate.edu/policy/governance-legal/non-discrimination-and-anti-harassment-policy/Describes the University's commitment to provide a working and learning environment that is free of unlawful discrimination and harassment and how the University will address such allegations.
Policy 1065: Sexual Harassment, Sexual Misconduct, Dating Violence, Domestic Violence, and Stalkinghttps://www.boisestate.edu/policy/governance-legal/sexual-harassment-dating-violence/Describes the University's commitment to provide a working and learning environment that is from from sex and gender-based discrimination, harassment, and violence and how the University will address such allegations.
Policy 1070: Equal Opportunity Statementhttps://www.boisestate.edu/policy/governance-legal/equal-opportunity-statement/Describes the University's equal opportunity policy.
Policy 2020: Code of Conducthttps://www.boisestate.edu/policy/student-affairs/code-of-conduct/Outlines policies and procedures to help promote growth and learning as students interact with their environment and accept responsibility for decision-making.
Policy 3130: Grade Appealhttps://www.boisestate.edu/policy/academic-affairs-student/policy-title-grade-appeal-policy/Outlines procedures, power and authority, limits, and responsibilities for student appeals of final grades when a student believes a different grade has been earned.
Policy 3140: Academic Grievancehttps://www.boisestate.edu/policy/academic-affairs-student/academic-grievance/Outlines procedures, power and authority, limits, and responsibilities for student appeals for non-grade related academic grievances when a student believes he/she has been maltreated in a course and/or academic situation.
HEALTH & WELLNESS
Campus Rec(208) 426-1131https://www.boisestate.edu/recreation/Gym facilities, classes, outdoor equipment rental, pool, showers, personal training, and fitness testing.Current student or Rec member
Dining Services(208) 426-1642https://boisestate.campusdish.com/View menus and nutrition information online or via mobile app, learn about accommodations for food allergies and special dietary needs, and connect to wellness education resourcesOpen to all students, faculty, staff, alumni, and guests of Boise State dining services. Individual consultations available.
Campus Operations(208) 426-1249https://www.boisestate.edu/operations/On campus office ergonomics consultations. Evaluates adjustments to workstations and/or office environments.Current faculty/staff only. Contact Randy Bunnis at rbunnis@boisestate.edu / 426-1482 or Barbara Beagles at barbarabeagles@boisestate.edu / 426-3999.
FACES of Hope Victim Center(208) 577-4400http://facesofhopevictimcenter.org/Located near campus (417 S. 6th St.), FACES Family Justice Center provides confidential, no-cost, multiple services in one location to any victim of child abuse, domestic violence, elder abuse, and sexual assault. FACES offers ongoing education, classes, advocacy, and referrals.Open to any victim of family violence. Please call with questions 208-577-4403 or email faces@adaweb.net.
Financial Aid(208) 426-1664https://www.boisestate.edu/financialaid/Request an increase in financial aid to cover excessive medical expenses.Current degree-seeking student. Meet with Financial Aid counselor and complete the Special Conditions-Medical form.
Gender Equity Center(208) 426-4259https://www.boisestate.edu/genderequitySupport in navigating personal, financial and academic roadblocks, advocacy for victims of stalking, sexual assault, and relationship violence, support for LGBTQIA, nontraditional support, referrals, assistance for students, faculty and staff.Open to people of all genders. Support focused on faculty, staff, and incoming, current or recently graduated students. General information and referrals available to folks supporting members of our campus community (ex. parents, partners, roommates).
Institutional Compliance and Ethics(208) 426-1258https://www.boisestate.edu/compliance/Provides accommodations for pregnant and parenting students in accordance with Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1973.Current or potential students.
Risk Management & Insurance(208) 426-3636https://www.boisestate.edu/rmi/Report accidents or injuries that occur on campus to this office.
Student Financial Services(208) 426-2134https://www.boisestate.edu/vpfa-student-financial-services/Student Fee Appeal committee.May appeal student fees due to hardships related to medical issues.
University Health Services (UHS) - Counseling(208) 426-1459https://www.boisestate.edu/healthservices/counseling/Individual and multi-person counseling, crisis/triage counseling, group counseling, mental health screening and assessment, ADHD and Learning Disability testingOpen to students, faculty, staff, and dependents ages 12+ (consultation/referral available below age 12). Accepts most insurance. Medicaid/care not accepted
University Health Services (UHS) - Medical(208) 426-1459https://www.boisestate.edu/healthservices/medical/Primary care, urgent care, lab services, vaccinations, on site dispensary, contraception, massage therapy, sports medicine, and psychiatryOpen to students, faculty, and staff and their children. Accepts most insurance. Medicaid/care not accepted
University Health Services (UHS) - Wellness(208) 426-1459https://www.boisestate.edu/healthservices/wellness/Bronco Fit, registered dietitian, health coaching, employee wellness programs, free HIV testing, alcohol and drug sanctions, general wellness programming, and workshopsOpen to students, faculty, and staff
Health Insurance
Your Health Idaho1-855-944-3246https://www.yourhealthidaho.org/Idaho state healthcare exchange. Purchase personal health insurance.Submit online application during open enrollment period or after personal, significant life event.
University Health Services (UHS) - Billing and Insurance(208) 426-2158https://www.boisestate.edu/healthservices/billing-insurance/Information sessions and assistance with finding health insurance providers.Boise State student
Veteran Services(208) 426-3744https://veterans.boisestate.edu/Assistance with Chapter 33/VA benefits for health insurance.Veteran attending Boise State
Medical Assistance
University Health Services (UHS)(208) 426-1459https://www.boisestate.edu/healthservices/Primary care, urgent care, lab services, vaccinations, on site dispensary, contraception, massage therapy, sports medicine, and psychiatry.Must be current student, faculty, or staff to access services
Primary Health Center (after hours/emergency)(208) 472-9082http://www.primaryhealth.com/our-clinics/downtownUrgent care
Pharmacies Close to Boise State
Albertson's Sav-On(208) 336-5278https://www.albertsons.com/home.html?r=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.google.com%2F1219 S. Broadway Avenue, Boise, ID 83706 (corner of Beacon & Broadway in Albertsons)
Ladd Family Pharmacy(208) 947-0877https://laddfamilyrx.com/1109 S. Broadway Avenue, Boise, ID 83706 (same building as Key Bank)
Rite-Aid(208) 344-2529https://www.riteaid.com/shop/?gclid=EAIaIQobChMImPHFt4-X4wIVgcBkCh2BJgf8EAAYASAAEgL41PD_BwE1100 S. Vista Avenue, Boise, ID 83705 (Vista Village Shopping Center)
Shopko(208) 345-8729https://www.shopko.com/2655 S. Broadway Avenue, Boise, ID 83706 (close to freeway, Linden & Broadway)
Walgreens(208) 331-4187https://www.walgreens.com/?ext=gooBrand_Campaign_Walgreens_BMM_Brand_Campaign_Walgreens_BMM_+walgreens&sst=_k_EAIaIQobChMI-4O2z4-X4wIVex-tBh2S-AjNEAAYASAAEgIsN_D_BwE_k_&gclid=EAIaIQobChMI-4O2z4-X4wIVex-tBh2S-AjNEAAYASAAEgIsN_D_BwE455 S. Broadway Ave. Boise, ID 83702 (corner of Myrtle & Broadway by Whole Foods)
Substance Abuse Treatment and Support
Crystal Meth Anonyomous855-638-4373http://www.crystalmeth.org/Local support meeting group. See website for meeting times and locations.
Idaho RADAR center(208) 426-3471http://radar.boisestate.edu/Substance abuse prevention and addiction treatment resources, including a video lending library and no cost educational print resources.Idaho residents.
University Health Services (UHS) Counseling and Medical Services(208) 426-1459https://www.boisestate.edu/healthservices/Relapse Prevention and support group; medical services.Accepts most insurances. Medicaid/Medicare not accepted.
HOUSING ASSISTANCE
Dean of Students(208) 426-1527https://www.boisestate.edu/deanofstudents/student-support/financial-help/Student Emergency Fund: One-time grant (up to $400) to alleviate financial strain from emergency or crisis situationsSee the Dean of Students website for all conditions - supporting documentation required for funds.
Educational Access Center (EAC)(208) 426-1583https://www.boisestate.edu/eac/On campus residents with disabilities seeking accommodations for housing should contact the Educational Access Center (EAC). Documentation of disability and initial meeting with EAC required.To request accommodations, visit the EAC online and click on the Request Services button on the main page. Documentation of disability and initial appointment with EAC required.
Housing (emergencies)(208) 447-1001https://www.boisestate.edu/housing/Emergency Housing for studentsCurrent student
Housing and Residence Life(208) 447-1001https://www.boisestate.edu/housing/Residence hall, suite-style, townhome, and apartment living options for Boise State studentsStudents and dependents only
Student Financial Services(208) 426-2134https://www.boisestate.edu/vpfa-student-financial-services/Short term loans, which are limited to once per semester and limited to $250. A $25 service fee is also assessed.Students enrolled in at least 6 credits, not defaulted on previous short term loan, and no hold on enrollment. Funds cannot be used to pay student fees, but can be used for books, household, or personal expenses. Apply for a loan in person in the Administration Building, Room 101. Photo ID required. Please note additional fees or interest may apply.
LEGAL SUPPORT
American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) Idaho(208) 344-9750http://acluidaho.org/No legal services. Civil liberties violations; information on Trans* rights.Issue must have occurred in Idaho
Association of Classified Employees (ACE)(208) 426-1129http://orgs.boisestate.edu/ace/Legislative updates and action items relating to state classified employees.Boise State classified employee
Boise State Human Resources (faculty & staff only)(208) 426-1616https://hrs.boisestate.edu/benefits/BOISE STATE EMPLOYEES ONLY: Professional advice and service in Benefits, Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action, Employee Records, Employee Relations, Payroll, Position Management/Compensation, Staffing, and Learning and Organizational Development.Must be Boise State faculty or staff member.
Dean of Students(208) 426-1527https://www.boisestate.edu/deanofstudents/student-support/legal/STUDENTS ONLY: ASBSU Legal Services: FREE Legal advising for small claims, accidents, DUI, MIP/MIC, adoption, child custody, divorce, landlord/tenant issues, wills, collection/debt issues, insurance claimsCurrently enrolled, fee-paying student. Must schedule an appointment: https://asbsu_legal_services.youcanbook.me/
General Counsel(208) 426-1203https://generalcounsel.boisestate.edu/University Counsel advises the State Board of Education, President, Administrative Council, faculty, staff, volunteers and sometimes students, all in their official capacities, on various legal issues impacting the University.Students, faculty, or staff needing assistance with legal issue(s) related to their role at Boise State University. Does not provide personal legal advice or assistance.
Idaho Coalition Against Sexual & Domestic Violence(208) 384-0419https://www.idvsa.org/Legal assistance for victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, relationship abuse, and stalking. Referrals to various attorney services.Provides direct legal services for victims age 12-24.
Idaho State Bar Lawyer Referral Service(208) 334-4500https://isb.idaho.gov/lawyer-referral-service/Initial $35 half hour office consultation fee, free for personal injury or workers' compensation. After intial half-hour, any further fees are negotiated between lawyer and client.
International Student Services (ISS)(208) 426-3652https://www.boisestate.edu/globaleducation-iss/current-international-students/isss-visa/Student Visa requirements for international students. Connects with the Immigration Service via I-20/DS-2019 form when international students travel outside of the US. ISS can also refer international students for a free consultation with an immigration attorney, when needed.International student
Mexican Consulate(208) 343-6228https://consulmex.sre.gob.mx/boise/Visas, birth certificates, and legal assistance.Must be from Mexico to qualify for services.
Women's and Children's Alliance(208) 343-3688 ext. 20http://www.wcaboise.org/get-help/court-advocacy/Court advocacy for protection orders in Ada County, legal referrals, and victim assistance.
PREGNANCY/PARENTING/CAREGIVING
Albertson's Library(208) 426-1204https://library.boisestate.edu/2017/08/22/library-faculty-present-pnla-conference/Program for children whose parents/guardians are researching in the Library. Backpacks with games, puzzles, and children's books can be checked out for several hours by parents at the main desk on the first floor of the Library.
Boise State Lactation Roomshttp://hrs.boisestate.edu/process/support/NursingMothersAmendmentSummary.pdfPrivate lactation rooms for nursing mothers (dedicated rooms listed below)Current student, faculty, or staff member; must schedule an appointment.
- Gender Equity Center(208) 426-4259
- Albertsons Library(208) 426-1204
- Interactive Learning Center (ILC)Contact The Zone on the first floor to check out keys for any of the 3 dedicated lactation rooms in the ILC. (208) 426-4357
- Yanke Family Research Park(208) 426-2953
- Micron Business and Economics(208) 426-3159
- City Center Plaza(208) 426-5766
- Alumni and Friends Center(208) 426-3276
For a complete list including other non-dedicated roomshttp://hrs.boisestate.edu/process/support/NursingMothersLactationRooms.pdf
Nursing Mothers Rooms Maphttp://hrs.boisestate.edu/process/support/NursingMothersLactationRoomsMap.pdf
Campus Eventshttps://www.boisestate.edu/events/Several events are held each year with families and children in mind, including the Monster's Bash, Easter Egg Hunt on the Blue (both through Student Involvement), Superhero Party (Gender Equity Center), and the Engineering and Science Festival (College of Engineering: http://coen.boisestate.edu/STEMExploration/).Check with each office mentioned for more information about each event.
Children's Center(208) 426-4404http://childrenscenter.boisestate.edu/Childcare and full-day KindergartenCurrent student, faculty or staff member; must register.
Financial Aid & Scholarships(208) 426-1664https://www.boisestate.edu/financialaid/forms/Special Conditions form available to assist students with dependent care expenses.Students must complete the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) at www.fafsa.gov to be considered for financial aid. Students experiencing any kind of financial challenge are encouraged to meet with a financial aid counselor to explore options.
Gender Equity Center(208) 426-4259https://www.boisestate.edu/genderequity/support-services/Confidential, no-cost support (crisis intervention, advocacy, and referrals) in navigating personal, financial and academic roadblocks. Specialized support for folks who identify as non-traditional students, LGBTQIA or victims of stalking, sexual assault, sexual harassment, and relationship violence. Lounges are also available in the GEC for parents and children.Open to people of all genders. Support focused on faculty, staff, and incoming, current or recently graduated students. General information and referrals available to folks supporting members of our campus community (ex. parents, partners, roommates).
Idaho Stars1-800-926-2588http://www.idahostars.org/Leading expert and referral resource for quality childcare in Idaho. Possible financial assistance.Idaho resident
Institutional Compliance and Ethics(208) 426-1258https://www.boisestate.edu/compliance/Provides accommodations for pregnant and parenting students in accordance with Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1973.Current and potential students.
St. Alphonsus' Parenting Classes(208) 367-2121http://www.saintalphonsus.org/classesFree and paid education classes for parents-to-be, parents, and grandparents. Classes cover from birth-teen.Register online.
St. Luke's Parenting Classes(208) 381-2222https://www.stlukesonline.org/communities-and-locations/find-classes-and-eventsFree and paid education classes for parents-to-be, parents, and grandparents. Classes cover from birth-teen.Call or register online.
University Health Services (UHS)(208) 426-1459https://www.boisestate.edu/healthservices/Primary health, vaccines, contraceptionMust be current student, faculty, or staff to access services
SAFETY & SECURITY
Boise Police Department (911 for emergencies)(208) 377-6790http://police.cityofboise.org/Police services, online reporting, bike registration.
BroncoAlert(208) 426-5927https://www.boisestate.edu/online/2019/06/17/broncoalert/Campus emergency updates communicated via text and email to all university members. Update your contact information on the Self Service section of your myBoiseState account.All students, faculty, and staff members are required to enroll.
Campus Closures (inclement weather)(208) 334-2296https://www.boisestate.edu/closure/Campus closure procedures, hotline, and information.
Campus Security and Police Services(208) 426-6911https://www.boisestate.edu/publicsafety-security/Non-emergency response, campus security escort, on-campus police reporting (file police report), policy enforcement, emergency blue light phones, "Silent Witness" reporting to anonymously file reports, Clery Act compliance.
CARE Program(208) 426-1527https://www.boisestate.edu/care/CARE (Campus Assessment, Resources and Education) provides assistance to the university community to help assess and find solutions for managing distressing, disturbing, disruptive, and dangerous behaviors. Alerts can be filed online and may be anonymous.Referrals for students, faculty, and staff
Dean of Students(208) 426-1527https://www.boisestate.edu/deanofstudents/Student Rights and Responsibilities (Code of Conduct); free legal advice sponsored by ASBSU.Current student, faculty, or staff
Event Security(208) 426-6911https://www.boisestate.edu/publicsafety-security/event-security/Provide security analysis and requirements to provide safe and successful events on campus.Call Security or submit online form via website
FACES Family Justice Center(208) 577-4400http://www.facesofhopevictimcenter.orgVictim services for child abuse, sexual assault, and domestic violence. Free classes, education, and prevention programs.
Gender Equity Center(208) 426-4259https://www.boisestate.edu/genderequity/Confidential, no-cost support including: crisis intervention, advocacy, and referrals. Specialized support for folks who identify as non-traditional students, LGBTQIA or victims of stalking, sexual assault, sexual harassment, and relationship violence.Open to people of all genders. Support focused on faculty, staff, and incoming, current or recently graduated students. General information and referrals available to folks supporting members of our campus community (ex. parents, partners, roommates).
Housing and Residence Life(208) 447-1001https://www.boisestate.edu/housing/All residential communities are locked 24/7, with access only to residents in that complex. Resident Directors and student staff are available and on duty 24/7 and are responsible for enforcing policies/procedures in the Student Code of Conduct and Housing and Residence Life Community Standards.Residents living on campus and their visitors
BroncoCard and Information Desk(208) 426-4636https://www.boisestate.edu/infodesk/Report Bronco Cards (Boise State photo ID cards) lost, damaged or missing. Receive replacement cards. Report or inquire about campus lost and found. Report a facility or safety concern to the Manager on Duty.Card services available during information desk hours of operation. Manager on Duty available during all hours of Student Union Building operation. Required annual safety trainings scheduled for all employees working within the Student Union Building.
Institutional Compliance and Ethics(208) 426-1258https://www.boisestate.edu/compliance/title-ix/Receives reports of sexual harassment and assault, relationship violence, and stalking (Title IX). Online reporting option.Reports can be made in person, online through the Gender-Based Violence Reporting Form (http://compliance.boisestate.edu/gender-based-discrimination-harassment-reporting/) or through email at reportdiscrimination@boisestate.edu.
Risk Management & Insurance(208) 426-3636https://www.boisestate.edu/rmi/Report accidents or injuries that occur on campus to this office. Programs and field trip registrations.Incident occurred on campus or at a Boise State-sponsored event.
Boise State Policies
Policy 1065: Sexual Harassment, Sexual Misconduct, Dating Violence, Domestic Violence, and Stalkinghttps://www.boisestate.edu/policy/governance-legal/sexual-harassment-dating-violence/Describes the University's commitment to provide a working and learning environment that is from from sex and gender-based discrimination, harassment, and violence and how the University will address such allegations.
Policy 2020: Code of Conducthttps://www.boisestate.edu/policy/student-affairs/code-of-conduct/Outlines policies and procedures to help promote growth and learning as students interact with their environment and accept responsibility for decision-making.
Policy 8060: Information Privacy and Data Securityhttps://www.boisestate.edu/policy/information-technology/policy-title-information-privacy-and-data-security/Classifies data and establishes minimum standards and guidelines to protect against accidental or intentional damage or loss of data, interruption of university business, or the compromise of confidential information.
Policy 9010: Pedestrian and Non-Motorized Wheeled-Transport Safety Policyhttps://www.boisestate.edu/policy/facilities-planning-campus-safety/pedestrian-personal-conveyance-safety/Establishes guidelines for pedestrian traffic and safe use of non-motorized transport on Boise State University properties.
Policy 9140: Environmental Health and Safetyhttps://www.boisestate.edu/policy/facilities-planning-campus-safety/policy-title-environmental-health-and-safety/Establishes the scope and nature of the University's responsibility and commitment to provide a safe and healthy environment for the University community.
Policy 12000: Clery Act Compliancehttps://www.boisestate.edu/policy/campus-security-and-safety/policy-title-clery-act-compliance/Establishes a framework for how Boise State complies with the federal law known as the Clery Act in a manner that promotes safety and security on campus.
Policy 12050: Behavioral Intervention and the CARE Teamhttps://www.boisestate.edu/policy/campus-security-and-safety/policy-title-behavioral-intervention-and-the-care-team/Provides mechanisms for averting behavioral manifestations of danger to university personnel and property. The CARE (Campus Assessment, Resource, and Education) Team is tasked with connecting individuals of concern with appropriate resources, services, and university offices.
TECHNOLOGY
Albertsons Library(208) 426-1204http://library.boisestate.eduThe Library's MakerLab has 3D printers, vinyl cutter, makey makeys, Arduinos, Raspberry PIs, Leap motion, Adobe Suite editing, digital cameras and a green screen. The Library offers regular workshops on these technologies as well as 3D design using ThinkerCAD; iPads, laptops and a variety of chargers and mobile device cords for checkout.Current student, faculty, or staff. See the Circulation Desk for more information.
BroncoTEC(208) 426-5496http://www.boisestatebooks.com/broncotec.aspApple and Dell retailer within the Bookstore. Software, software licensing, and some hardware available for free or reduced rates.Current student, faculty, or staff
Advising and Academic Support Center(208) 426-4049https://www.boisestate.edu/aasc/academicsupportservices/AASC offers a variety of services for students who need to build their academic skills, including computers and technology courses. Workshops, courses and one-on-one coaching available.Current Boise State student
CampusDish Mobile App(208) 426-1007Browse daily menus on the go to make dining decisions easier and more convenient.FREE apple download. Requires iOS 6.0 or later. Select Boise State University and begin viewing the variety of options available that day.
Educational Access Center(208) 426-1583https://www.boisestate.edu/eac/Provides accommodations to students with permanent or temporary disabilities who need accommodations to gain access to their classes. The EAC can work with students to determine what types of assistive technologies may be helpful to gain full access to the classroom.To request accommodations, visit the EAC online and click on the Request Services button on the main page. Documentation of disability and initial appointment with EAC required
General Purpose Classrooms(208) 426-4357https://www.boisestate.edu/oit-learning/Technology Support, Equipment Demonstration, Classroom Capture, Clickers.Current student, faculty, or staff
Help Desk @ the Zone(208) 426-4357https://www.boisestate.edu/oit/zone/Help with personal computers, tablets, and laptops. Checking out laptops and iPads, help with student accounts, etc.Current student, faculty, or staff
Housing and Residence Life(208) 447-1001https://www.boisestate.edu/housing/Students living on campus can set up and appointment and have a computer technician come to their room, suite, townhome, or apartment and help them with their technology needs.Current Boise State students who live on campus
Mobile Study Groups(208) 426-4357https://www.boisestate.edu/oit-myboisestate/Connect with study groups for classes via the myBoiseState mobile app. View existing groups or create your own; integrated with student email and calendar.Current student
Office of Information Technology (OIT)(208) 426-4357https://www.boisestate.edu/oit/Online testing center, myBoiseState, computer labs/kiosks, Broncomail, Google Apps, Canvas, password and system accessCurrent student, faculty, or staff
Zone, The (Help Desk)(208) 426-4357https://www.boisestate.edu/oit/zone/Help with personal computers, tablets, and laptops. Checking out laptops and iPads, help with student accounts, etc.Current student, faculty, or staff
TRANSPORTATION
Campus Bike Barns(208) 426-1131https://www.boisestate.edu/recreation/cycle-learning-center/rates-and-services/Secured bike parking in the Lincoln and Brady Garages.Must have a valid BroncoCard and register with the Cycle Learning Center; fees are $30/semester, $20/summer, or $50/12 months.
Campus Security & Police Services and Transportation & Parking Services(208) 426-6911https://www.boisestate.edu/publicsafety-security/Vehicle unlocks and jump-starts; security escort. Bike registration.Current student, faculty, staff member, guest or visitor.
Cycle Learning Center(208) 426-1131https://www.boisestate.edu/recreation/cycle-learning-center/Bike rentals, tune-ups, registration, various biking classes and events. Bike Barn registration.Members of the Boise State community (students, faculty, staff, guests, visitors, etc.)
Greenbikes Program(208) 345-7433http://boise.greenbike.com/#how-it-worksOnline/mobile bike rental. Boise State has several rental hubs on campus.Community members. Membership and fee required (special annual student rate available).
Park and Ride(208) 345-7433https://www.valleyregionaltransit.org/media/1771/valleyridesystemmap.pdfList of all Park and Ride lots in the area.Bus/transportation fees may apply.
Shuttle and Live Shuttle TrackerPHONE: (208) 426-7275; TEXT: (208) 953-1681https://www.boisestate.edu/publicsafety-transportation/bronco-shuttle/Free shuttle around Boise State campus; limited service on weekends. LIVE map shows the positions of our university shuttle busses by route. The map automatically updates the positions of the busses once per second.Shuttle tracker available online, can be optimized for mobile device.
Transportation & Parking Services(208) 426-PARK (7275)https://www.boisestate.edu/publicsafety-transportation/permit-information/Purchase on-campus parking permits, pay citations, parking maps, obtain bus pass, and information on transportation.Current student, faculty, or staff member.
Valley Ride Bus System(208) 345-RIDE (7433)https://valleyregionaltransit.org/Ada, Canyon, and Intercounty bus routes on weekdays; limited service on weekends in Ada countyNo charge bus passes (fall and spring semesters) are available at the Info Desk or Transporation and Parking in the Student Union. Must bring your student ID card. Without pass, all local ValleyRide fares are $1; universal fares are $3.
BOISE STATE POLICIES
Various Policieshttps://www.boisestate.edu/policy/facilities-planning-campus-safety/pedestrian-personal-conveyance-safety/Various policies related to transportation and pedestrians on campus.
Policy 9020: Speed Limit on Campushttps://www.boisestate.edu/policy/facilities-planning-campus-safety/speed-limit/To establish University policy for speed limits on campus.
Policy 9040: University Vehicleshttps://www.boisestate.edu/policy/facilities-planning-campus-safety/university-vehicles/To provide direction for employees who use motorized vehicles for business purposes.
Policy 9190: Department of Parking and Transportation Serviceshttps://www.boisestate.edu/policy/facilities-planning-campus-safety/student-union/The goal of the campus parking program is to expedite the safe and orderly conduct of University business and to provide parking facilities and transportation solutions in support of this function within the limits of available space.
TUTORING AND STUDY GROUPS
Advising and Academic Support Center(208) 426-4049https://www.boisestate.edu/aasc/
- Academic Skill-Building(208) 426-4049https://www.boisestate.edu/aasc/study-skills-workshops/AAE offers a variety of free and paid services for students who need to build their academic skills; workshops, courses and one-on-one coaching available.Current Boise State student
- Coaching(208) 426-4049https://www.boisestate.edu/aasc/academic-coaching/Customized assessments and one-on-one support to improve academic skills and motivation.Current Boise State student
- Tutoring(208) 426-4049https://www.boisestate.edu/aasc/academicsupportservices/List of subject-specific tutoring options.Current Boise State student
Albertsons Library Study Spaces and Rooms(208) 426-1204http://library.boisestate.edu/space/Group and individual study spaces and rooms, reservations available.Current Boise State student
English Language Support(208) 426-4238https://englishsupport.boisestate.edu/for-students/One-on-one tutoring for multilingual students.
Math Learning Center(208) 426-1172https://math.boisestate.edu/mlc/Drop-in Math tutoring for MATH 015-175 in different tutoring rooms in the Math BuildingCurrent Boise State student enrolled in math classes
Mobile Study Groups(208) 426-4357https://www.boisestate.edu/aasc/study-skills-workshops/Connect with study groups for classes via the myBoiseState mobile app. View existing groups or create your own; integrated with student email and calendar.Current student.
Multicultural Student Services(208) 426-5950https://www.boisestate.edu/mss/Lounges and computer labs available for study sessions. First Forward Peer Educator program is also available for first-generation college students.First Forward only: Need to apply to program (online link on website)
Online Tutoring Services(208) 426-4049https://www.boisestate.edu/aasc/academicsupportservices/Free Online tutoring for Boise State students is available for these subjects: Accounting, Anatomy & Physiology, Biology, Calculus, Chemistry, Economics, Engineering, Math, Microsoft Office (Excel, Word, etc.), Physics, Spanish, Statistics, Web Development, Writing.Must be currently enrolled in at least one online course or request access through AAE; log-in with myBoiseState username and password
TRIO Rising Scholars(208) 426-3583https://education.boisestate.edu/trs/Federally-funded grant program, offering academic assistance and encouragement for first-generation, and/or financially limited and/or students with a documented disabilityMust be accepted into the program
Writing Center(208) 426–1298https://www.boisestate.edu/writingcenter/Writing consultations for all Boise State students, faculty, and staff. Appointments are recommended; drop-ins may be accommodated but not always. Also provides email consultations.Must be a Boise State student - call or go online to schedule an appointment
VETERAN SUPPORT
Veteran Services(208) 426-3744http://veterans.boisestate.edu/Support and advising services for Veterans and benefit-eligible dependents. Processes GI Bill benefits and declarations to access funds. Office includes a lounge and study area for students to access during business hours.Open to Boise State Veterans and dependents.
Veterans Upward Bound(208) 426-3632http://education.boisestate.edu/vub/Assessment, individual and group instructional programs, career planning. Free skill building classes.See website
VetSuccess(208) 426-3744http://veterans.boisestate.edu/vetsuccess/Information on VA Benefits, short-term counseling, career development, job search assistance.See website
Wyakin Warrior Foundation888-992-5469http://veterans.boisestate.edu/wyakin-warrior-foundation/Program provided to wounded, injured, or ill Post 9/11 Veterans. Scholarship and mentoring program.See website