Here is a list of support services available to Boise State students.
The Office of the Dean of Students provides a variety of services designed to support student success and engagement at Boise State University. They play a significant role in supporting and empowering students and their families during difficult times. Contact them for friendly assistance and referrals to other vital campus resources.
Health Services supports the educational mission of Boise State University by providing convenient, accessible and high quality health care to the campus community. They strive to provide a wide range of comprehensive and integrated services to students, faculty and staff on campus.
Dining services helps Boise State students engage in all aspects of health and well-being. A Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RDN) can guide students on the right path when it comes to balanced eating, proper weight and risk reduction for chronic diseases. Meal plan accommodation requests are processed through Dinning Services. However, a variety of vegan, vegetarian, and gluten-free options are offered across campus to accommodate most dietary considerations.
The Advising and Academic Support Center works to ensure high quality academic advising for all students. Our office coordinates academic support to students through tutoring services, skill building workshops, and academic success courses.
The Career Center focuses in posting different employment opportunity for students (internships, work-study positions, permanent positions). Furthermore, they can assist with career planning, resume building, interview training and other helpful skills to use in the job market.
The Boise State University’s Gender Equity Center empowers students to achieve their academic goals by providing educational outreach, support services and a safe place. They promote active citizenship and focus primarily on gender-related issues, encouraging dialogue about the social construction of gender and how gender intersects with race, ethnicity, class, sex, sexual orientation, ability, age and nationality.
They work to raise awareness, conduct training, develop workshops and create programing that will address issues for both dominant and non-dominant groups. As a Predominantly White Institution (PWI), Boise State University is an institution where dominant culture students can explore their role in diversity issues, while non-dominant culture students can find their voice in validation. They serve as a resource for all students of Boise State University.
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. To further advance campus and community relations, alumni and community parents may enroll their children if space is available. The professional staff provides a model educational program for all the families it serves.