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Student Outreach and Assistance

Support for your journey. Resources for success.

Join us for Boise State University’s Suicide Prevention Week, September 10-16th, 2023. Our goal: collectively reduce the risk of suicide within our community while spreading our “Here for You” message. As a visible sign of your steadfast support, we invite you to proudly wear “Here For You” buttons throughout the week. For more information and an overview of the week’s events, please visit the Suicide Prevention webpage


We understand your success in college is impacted by more than just completing assignments and taking tests. Our team provides case management and connection to campus and community resources, tailored to promote your wellbeing and academic success.

Support for your journey

Student Outreach

Make an Appointment

Meet with a case manager to discuss your needs

Refer a Student for Outreach

Submit a request for outreach to a student in need

Post-hospitalization Support

Support for you after a mental health hospitalization
Resources for success

Student Assistance

Financial Assistance

Learn more about financial assistance options.

Food Assistance

Learn more about food resources available to you.

Impact Scholars Program

Support for students with foster care experience.

Legal Assistance

Learn more about free legal assistance.

Emergency Absence Notification

Learn more about requesting emergency absence notifications.

Report Concerns

Looking for other reporting options?

Student Resources During COVID-19

Learn more about resources related to COVID-19

Caring For You Support Resources

Search an interactive list of campus resources

JED Campus

Boise State University is becoming a JED Campus in partnership with the JED Foundation. The goal of this partnership is to improve access to resources and overall student mental health on campus.


Student Death

The death of a student is a difficult event for family, friends, and the campus community. We are here to support those impacted by a student death and serve as a liaison for those affected by the loss.

Learn More About Support