Boise State University offers many services and tools to ensure your success as a Concurrent Enrollment student.
The following information provides details on services, tools and benefits available to you as a Concurrent Enrollment student at Boise State University.
Concurrent Enrollment students have full on-campus or online access to the Boise State University Albertsons Library. To use the Albertsons Library online, simply visit library.boisestate.edu or call (208) 426-1204. To access the online databases, you will need your myBoiseState username and password.
Academic Advising for Concurrent Enrollment Students
As a concurrent enrollment student, you have unique needs when it comes to academic advising! We want to ensure that you have the most accurate information on your courses, credits, and how your enrollment in our program will have an impact on your future college plans.
For questions, or to request advising, please contact Concurrent Enrollment so we can help.
The Boise State University Writing Center supports student learning with one-on-one consultations on any writing project at any stage of the writing process. Student-centered methods promote independent inquiry, critical engagement, and creativity in writers. It is staffed by Writing Consultants – graduate and undergraduate students – who have taken special training to help students with writing.
Visit the Boise State Writing Center and click on “Email Consultation” to use the Writing Center online. Please note that the Writing Center email consultations can fill up, so give yourself more than 72 hours to submit your papers. When the campus is closed, the Writing Center is closed.
Visit the Writing Center’s How Sessions Work page for more information.
Concurrent Enrollment students enrolled in MATH 160, 170, 175 and 254 have access to tutoring services through the Math Learning Center. The Math Learning Center office is open 9 a.m.-4 p.m., Monday through Friday.
For more information, visit the Math Learning Center website.
Boise State Advising and Academic Enhancement (AAE) coordinates academic support services for students. Free academic assistance and tutoring is available to Boise State students in a variety of locations and formats.
Visit AAE’s Tutorial Services web page for more information and contacts by subject.
Student ID Card
Students enrolled in Concurrent Enrollment classes can go to the Information Desk located in the Student Union Building to obtain their Boise State student ID card for a $25 fee. The ID card gives you the ability to check out library books and attend on-campus activities.
To get the card, you will need to show them your official Boise State ID number that verifies your participation in the Concurrent Enrollment Program, along with a photo ID. To request an email from Concurrent Enrollment that confirms your participation, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Information Desk can be contacted at (208) 426-4636, or visit the SUB Information Desk web page for more information and current hours.
Contact us for more information about Boise State Concurrent Enrollment.