Boise State University is a public university located in Boise, Idaho. Established in 1934, Boise State offers more than 190 fields of study across the undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral level. It enrolls over 20,000 students annually and confers more undergraduate degrees than any university in Idaho. The university covers 175 acres and is located across the Boise River from downtown Boise. The Boise State Broncos compete in NCAA Division I as part of the Mountain West Conference.
Main CampusBoise, Idaho, United States20,000+ on Campus100,000 - 250,000 residents in BoiseLanguage(s) spoken on campus: English
Boise State University is located in Boise, the capital of and largest city in Idaho. The campus covers more than 175 acres and is located alongside the Boise River that cuts through the city. In May 2017, the university broke ground on a brand new Center for the Fine Arts which houses works from a variety of mediums, including a digital "World Museum" devoted to high-tech arts experiences. The Student Union Building ("SUB") features bowling lanes, galleries, restaurants, and other student services.