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Boise State’s Cycle Learning Center Earns Platinum Bicycle Friendly Business Designation

The League of American Bicyclists has named Boise State University’s Cycle Learning Center among the national honorees in its Bicycle Friendly Business program as a platinum award recipient, the highest level of achievement. The bike shop is one of only … (Read More) Boise State’s Cycle Learning Center Earns Platinum Bicycle Friendly Business Designation

Federal Law Enforcement Training on Campus Thursday, May 10

Boise State’s Department of Public Safety, and Housing and Residence Life, will host federal law enforcement armed assailant training in Keiser Hall from 8:30 a.m.-3 p.m. Thursday, May 10. This specialized training is designed specifically to better prepare emergency responders … (Read More) Federal Law Enforcement Training on Campus Thursday, May 10

Summer Parking Lot Maintenance Scheduled

The parking maintenance team will be doing surface maintenance on Bronco Lane, the Library lot and Capital Village lot this summer. There will be full closure of these areas when projects are active. Notices will be sent out before each … (Read More) Summer Parking Lot Maintenance Scheduled

Shuttles on Limited Schedule for Summer

With fewer students on campus and better weather for walking and biking outdoors, shuttle hours and routes will be reduced during the summer session. The on-campus blue route and the downtown gray route will be suspended starting Monday, May 7, … (Read More) Shuttles on Limited Schedule for Summer

Manitou Lot to Permanently Close March 24

Boise State University’s Manitou parking lot will permanently close Saturday, March 24, to begin construction on the Micron Center for Materials Research. The Manitou Lot currently serves South Reserve permit holders and cross-parking after 4 p.m. and on weekends. A new … (Read More) Manitou Lot to Permanently Close March 24

Broadway Reader Board Coming Down, Closure on Belmont Street

The Boise State reader board on Broadway Avenue will be demolished beginning Monday, Feb. 19. There will be some parking spaces taken offline in the immediate area for approximately one week. The university will begin construction on a new reader … (Read More) Broadway Reader Board Coming Down, Closure on Belmont Street

New Boise State Grey Shuttle Route Begins Jan. 22

A new, updated Boise State grey shuttle route will begin Jan. 22 and is intended to provide faster and easier access from campus to the downtown area. The route will run 9 a.m.-5:30 p.m., Monday through Friday during the 2018 … (Read More) New Boise State Grey Shuttle Route Begins Jan. 22

Free Parking, No Kidding

Now you have a new, free option for student parking. The Student Satellite Zone is exclusively for currently enrolled students and allows you to park in the lots at Dona Larsen Park, Boas Soccer and Tennis Complex and the Elder … (Read More) Free Parking, No Kidding

University Drive Safety Upgrades and Added Bike Lanes

Boise State University’s main thoroughfare, University Drive, currently is being updated to increase pedestrian safety through a heavily traveled student corridor. In addition, the upgrades will better support cyclists and commuters on campus. The regular maintenance chip sealing project on … (Read More) University Drive Safety Upgrades and Added Bike Lanes

2017 Garage Art Contest

Now Accepting Submissions for 2017 Garage Art Contest The Boise State Department of Public Safety is calling for art entries into the 2017 Garage Art contest. Drawings, paintings, photography, printmaking, metal works, ceramics, sculptures and digital art may be submitted. … (Read More) 2017 Garage Art Contest