Division of Student Affairs at Boise State University

serve students.
create unique experiences.
help students get jobs.

We serve students.

We begin with recruiting new Broncos before they even realize they’re Broncos. We reach out to middle schools, high schools, families, and even pave the way for transfer students. We’re your resource for everything from peer mentoring to leadership opportunities to veteran services.

We create unique experiences.

Our many services, programs and activities enrich, support and expand each student’s college experience. From where students live to how they learn to how they Get (IN)volved on campus, we help them navigate their daily lives in a safe, healthy educational environment.

Getting a job in a competitive market.

It’s never too early to plan for the future. From the first orientation, new students are introduced to Make College Count!, a program that includes everything from time management to effectively communicating as a speaker to hands-on experience in their field of study. Gaining personal and professional development and learning the skills employers want to see in the people they hire, students have a real opportunity at Boise State to learn about succeeding academically and in the workplace from the very beginning.

Faces of Student Affairs

Erin Smith

Erin Smith

Erin is the Promotions Coordinator in Student Affairs Marketing and said she likes everything about working at Boise State, particularly mentoring other designers and brainstorming ideas. She knew she wanted to have a career in art and design after...
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Get to know us by reading our weekly feature, Faces of Student Affairs—brief portraits of students and staff who take Bronco pride in sharing their stories on and off campus.

Lets All Grow Together video by Emmanuel Eze

Watch our video “Let’s All Grow Together.” Created by student Emmanuel Eze, it focuses on our commitment to diversity and inclusion, and empowering students to do meaningful work. Emmanuel received the prestigious Palmer Award, which is given in collaboration with the LeaderShape Institute that recognizes the achievements of committed students like him who bring their vision for a better world to reality. His vision started in LeaderShape and took hold with his involvement in Multicultural Student Services. One thing evolved into the next and he continues to thrive—he’s just one example of student success at Boise State University.

If you need assistance or want to provide feedback, please contact the Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs at vpsa@boisestate.edu.