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Student Programming

Bronco Ready – a free, one-credit, online course designed to address common questions and connect you to the people, programs, and services that will support your success here at Boise State. Complete tasks, attend events, review content, and earn points! 1,300 points = one free credit!

Degree In 3 – Gives academically prepared and motivated students the opportunity to complete a degree in three years.

Finish in Four – Designed to encourage and assist students in four-year graduation for most Boise State degree programs. First-year students sign an agreement to participate and there is no penalty for withdrawing from the program.

First Forward Success Program – The First Forward Program is as versatile as the first-generation students it serves, from one-on-one mentoring to creating unique academic futures tailored to your needs and desires.

Support Resources

Basic Needs – Campus food Pantry Program, Meal Assistance Program, Student Emergency Fund

Children’s Center – The Center was established in November 1979 to provide a quality child care program for the children of full and part-time Boise State students, faculty and staff.

Educational Access Center – Providing academic accommodations for students who may have temporary or permanent disabilities.

Financial Aid Office – resources and information for financial aid and scholarships.

Gender Equity Center – The Gender Equity Center is a friendly, supportive environment for people of all gender identities to explore, celebrate, and educate the campus community about gender equity.

Health Services – All Boise State students and their dependents, regardless of insurance coverage, are eligible to receive services at the Health Center including primary care, urgent care, and counseling services.

International Student and Scholar Services – ISS is committed to international students and scholars’ success at Boise State. They provide support through advising, immigration services, programming, and outreach.

Multicultural Student Services – The Multicultural Student Services staff and students work together to change campus culture and add value to your educational experience. Our department works with all students interested in equity and social justice, students from different cultures, countries and ethnicities. We understand cultural differences and perspectives. We understand what it’s like living in a dominant culture. The training and the programs we provide can help you navigate through political correctness and into respectful dialogue.

Self Rescue Manual – A guide to all community resources and supports in Ada County and Canyon County.

Student Emergency Fund – The Student Emergency Fund provides financial assistance to Boise State University students who are in danger from withdrawing due to unanticipated, temporary financial hardships resulting from emergency or crisis situations (e.g., accident, illness, death of a family member).

Transfer Students – Information for transfer students.

Tutoring Services – Tutoring Services at Boise State University

Veteran Services – Services for Veterans

Writing Center – Supporting student learning with one-on-one consultations on any writing project at any stage of the writing process.