Boise State University

State Board makes tuition freeze official

For a second consecutive year, the four-year schools will hold the line on in-state, undergraduate tuition.

State Board approves extra COVID funds to help schools

Members also unanimously approved the contract for new BSU head football coach Andy Avalos.

Campus coronavirus roundup, 4.5.21: Mass vaccinations at Boise State, case numbers stable

New case numbers were flat or decreasing across most Idaho campuses last week.

Boise State hires law firm to investigate complaints over diversity course

The University Foundations 200 class remains on hold, and spring students may wind up completing the course through independent study.

‘We are left with no other option:’ Lawmakers cut into Boise State’s budget

The $409,000 move is designed to cut spending on social-justice initiatives that have left Boise State University’s political standing “in the ditch,” said Sen. Carl Crabtree, R-Grangeville. House conservatives considered the cut inadequate.

Legislative roundup, 2.12.21: Bill emerges to split higher education budgets

The bill marks the latest chapter in a political tug of war between House conservatives and the state’s higher education leaders — specifically, Boise State University President Marlene Tromp.

Pandemic prompts Boise State to rewrite spring calendar

After a later-than-usual spring break, students will wrap up the final two weeks of classes online.

Tromp: During COVID-19 crisis, universities need to step up for at-risk students

Boise State will host a virtual summit on Dec. 1, as college leaders from across the nation discuss the needs of at-risk students.

‘We are defining it as we go:’ Boise State seeks to guide students through gap year

The new program was designed to be a recruiting tool during the pandemic. But could it also help Boise State University with student retention?

State seeks to claw back unemployment payments to BSU staffers

As of Thursday, 64 university staffers have appealed to keep their unemployment payments, and nearly all of them were successful, James Dawson of Boise State Public Radio reported Monday.