At Boise State you can choose from more than 200 areas of study, and you will have the chance to combine minors, certificates, internships, hands-on research, work opportunities — and more — to make your educational experience unique.
We are a Carnegie-classified doctoral research university and our students have opportunities to work with talented and accomplished faculty on research, even as undergraduates.
Meet with employers face-to-face, gather information, network and seek possible internship and/or career opportunities. During the Fall Career and Graduate School fair, you will also have the opportunity to meet with graduate program representatives.
The Global Student Satisfaction Awards empower students across the globe to determine the best universities of 2019. By rating institutions on a scale from 1 to 5, on multiple studies-related questions, we found the top educators in the world.Learn more about the Global Student Satisfaction Awards
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The Albertsons Library provides high quality, relevant information resources and services to Boise State students, faculty, staff, and community members.Conveniently located in the center of campus, Albertsons Library serves as the vibrant, nurturing hub of Boise State where people and diverse ideas flourish.
Health Services supports the educational mission of Boise State University by providing convenient, accessible and high quality health care to the campus community. We strive to provide a wide range of comprehensive and integrated services to students, faculty, staff and their dependents on campus.
We know taking those first steps to a healthy lifestyle can be intimidating. The Rec team shares tips and inspiration to help you get started.Visit the Boise State Rec Center for more info on faciliies and services.
What does it mean to get involved on campus? This may mean more than you think, because the answer is as unique as you are. Boise State offers many opportunities for involvement through a wide range of activities, including:
I have enjoyed the education at Boise State, but feel limited to the states cultural and lack of diversity that I find to be critical in a well rounded education.
The university overall is not very diverse and does not make intentional effort to support programs for diversity such as their diversity club. The history department has no representation outside of white professors. Upon graduating, it is hard to find support either from faculty or departments in taking the next steps.
My university has a high level of teaching. I like that there is a lot of opportunity to realize the potential. I would improve the organization of training.