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Student Life

Guide to Researching Student Life Investigate the cultural history of the student experience at Boise State. These files include records for student organizations, Student Union records, photos and more. Digital Collections on this Topic (Read More) Student Life


Guide to Researching Athletics Search for men’s and women’s athletes, sports, games, Title IX, and club sports that include football, basketball, soccer, wrestling, gymnastics, lacrosse, volleyball, ski club, rodeo club, and many others. Also trace the history of physical education, … (Read More) Athletics


Guide to Researching People at Boise State University Is a colleague retiring? Doing genealogy research? There are files, directories, photograph inventories, yearbooks, commencement programs, newspapers, press clippings, alumni magazines and newsletters, and other sources that provide opportunities to find information … (Read More) People


Guide to Researching Academics Departmental history includes purpose, development, staff, reports, and photographs. Researching a department, whether academic or other, requires involved research. Start by looking at the catalogs to find when a department started (keep in mind possible name … (Read More) Academics

Boise State History

Guide to Researching Boise State History Learn more about the history of Boise State University with these documents. Find quick facts and brief histories of the University as a whole. Digital Collections on this topic (Read More) Boise State History

Buildings and Campus Features

Guide to Researching Buildings and Campus Resources Photographs, architectural plans and drawings, campus maps, reports, proposals, and other documents allow tracing the history of campus buildings and architecture. There are also files on campus features, such as the fireplace, streets, … (Read More) Buildings and Campus Features