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General Boise State History

Enrollment History

Enrollment figures reflective of fall of each academic year. Year 193- 194- 195- 196- 197- 198- 199- 200- 201- 0 585 676 2,777 6,025 10,426 13,870 16,482 19,993 1 470 526 3,072 6,166 10,368 14,563 17,161 19,664 2 70 297 … (Read More) Enrollment History

President John Keiser (1978-1991)

Dr. John Keiser was Boise State’s fourth president from 1978 to 1991. Keiser majored in Social Science with a minor in French at Eastern Illinois University, and earned his Master’s degree and Ph.D. in history at Northwestern University. He served as … (Read More) President John Keiser (1978-1991)

President Robert W. Kustra (2003-2018)

Dr. Robert Walter Kustra was the sixth president of Boise State University (2003-2018). Kustra earned degrees from Benedictine College and Southern Illinois University, and a Ph.D. in political science from the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign. He held faculty positions at Northwestern … (Read More) President Robert W. Kustra (2003-2018)

The Broncos by Pat Ourada

The definitive history of athletics at Boise State University, Dr. Pat Ourada presents a chronological look back at the development and achievements of Bronco sports. Find it in print (Read More) The Broncos by Pat Ourada

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

Vocational Education

Boise State University offered vocational education for 70 years, from 1939 to 2009. These 2-year associate degrees and certificates trained students for occupations specific to businesses in the Boise Valley. The university stopped accepting new two-year degree seeking students in … (Read More) Vocational Education

Focus Magazine

Published by the department of Communications and Marketing, semi-annually, Focus Magazine is mailed to faculty, staff, alumni and supporters of Boise State University. (Read More) Focus Magazine