Boise State Concurrent Enrollment

Boise State Concurrent Enrollment

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Boise State University is proud to celebrate 56 local students who graduated with their associate degree and 34 students who completed the “sophomore start” concurrent enrollment option.

Boise State Concurrent Enrollment program has provided Treasure Valley students the opportunity to take college courses while in high school for the last 23 years. Concurrent enrollment courses prepare high school students with the skills and academic readiness they need for a more seamless transition to college.

Last year, high school students across Idaho completed over 30,000 university credit hours through Boise State Concurrent Enrollment.

Congratulations to these awesomstudents!

Learn more at: https://boi.st/3hmSbUr
For over 20 years, Boise State University's Concurrent Enrollment has been a leader in offering quality dual credit classes. High school students earn Boise State University and high school credit simultaneously through Concurrent Enrollment with collegiate-level courses offered at their high school.

This year, with disruptions brought on by COVID-19, many courses had to shift online, impacting lab curriculum for students along with other financial difficulties. Students enrolled in the introductory Biology 100 and Accountancy 205 classes could no longer rely on high school labs. With the biology and accountancy classes, the lab content is cloud-based, allowing students to receive their content with an access code.

Boise State Concurrent Enrollment decided to cover the costs of accountancy and biology labs, saving students and their families anywhere between $20 and $90. Providing accountancy and biology labs at no cost ensures that any enrolled student receives a quality experience and curriculum resources regardless of course modality.

Through a partnership with the Idaho Digital Learning Alliance, Concurrent Enrollment began offering Chemistry 100 Concepts of Chemistry to high school students four years ago. Part of the requirements for the online chemistry course was a $20 lab kit. Concurrent Enrollment decided to pay for the lab kit upfront to maintain the quality and consistency of labs for all students, regardless of financial means.

The decision to cover these costs for students alleviated stress over having to declare financial hardships. With lab costs covered and other curriculum shifting to online delivery, fall semester enrollment increased by 127 percent compared to 2019.

The goal of Concurrent Enrollment is to help high school students experience university curriculum, build their self-confidence and thus prepare them for their future university life.

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Did you know that more than half of Idaho’s high school seniors are already enrolled in college?

Through programs like Boise State Concurrent Enrollment, dual credit provides options for high school students to earn college credits at a low cost. Idaho State Department of Education's “Advanced Opportunities” initiative is praised as successfully reshaping education in the state and empowering students to go further and learn more.

Read more about Boise State University Concurrent Enrollment opportunities and work being done by Boise State University College of Education to better educational outcomes in Idaho, in this report from the Manhattan Institute.

https://www.manhattan-institute.org/advanced-opportunities-idaho-dual-enrollment

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Did you know that more than half of Idaho’s high school seniors are already enrolled in college?

Through programs like Boise State Concurrent Enrollment, dual credit provides options for high school students to earn college credits at a low cost. Idaho State Department of Education's “Advanced Opportunities” initiative is praised as successfully reshaping education in the state and empowering students to go further and learn more.

Read more about Boise State Concurrent Enrollment opportunities and work being done by Boise State University College of Education to better educational outcomes in Idaho, in this report from the Manhattan Institute.

https://www.manhattan-institute.org/advanced-opportunities-idaho-dual-enrollment
Boise State University is delivering all in-person classes remotely on Friday, March 13, in an effort to gauge and improve the university’s ability to serve its students during a period of unexpected disruption.

The test includes:

🔹 Undergraduate and graduate for-credit and not-for-credit classroom classes

🔸 Lab-based classes

🔹 Studio-based classes

🔸 Field-based classes

All other functions of the university remain open and will function as usual, including:

🔹 Testing Center

🔸 Albertsons Library

🔹 Boise State Bronco Shop and Bookstore

🔸 Boise State University Health Services

🔹 Boise State Recreation

🔸 Boise State Student Union

🔹 Boise State Online classes

🔸 Boise State Concurrent Enrollment/dual-credit classes in high schools

🔹 Clinical activities in healthcare settings, Boise State University College of Health Sciences

🔸 Student teacher activities in school district classrooms, Boise State University College of Education

In addition, all university divisions and departments are being asked to discuss the effective protocols and challenges of maintaining essential operations over an extended period of disruption. University leaders will gather Friday afternoon to discuss what is learned and what decisions should be made to best preserve the health and safety of our campus and community.

These discussions will inform a great many questions and concerns that are shared across campus as the state and nation continues to strive to slow the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19).

The latest campus information on the virus can be found at go.boisestate.edu/coronavirus-response.

If you have any questions about Friday, please contact your supervisor or faculty instructors.
Thank you Sean Boston for being a mentor at our second Idaho Science and Aerospace Scholars Summer Academy! You made this the best week ever for your team!

Sean Boston is a teacher at Timberline High School in the Boise School District! Hear from Sean Boston himself in the video below, where he is introduced by fellow ISAS mentor Becky Mitchell of Vision Charter School!

Learn about the ISAS program for high school juniors: http://www.sde.idaho.gov/academic/isas/

Boise State Concurrent Enrollment
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TRIO Upward Bound at Meridian High School is excited to join the Boise State Concurrent Enrollment team!
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Come and join us at this great event.....Mark your calendars for March 3rd and come watch the free showing of "First Generation" at Boise State University. See below for details.
Watch this video to learn more about Boise State Concurrent Enrollment how it benefits high school students.

http://youtu.be/iFO7B3ZHRaY

Registration for concurrent enrollment classes will start at participating high schools in February and March. For a list of participating high schools and classes offered, visit boisestate. edu/concurrentenrollment or call (208) 426-3750.

Official page for Concurrent Enrollment Program at Boise State: http://extendedstudies.boisestate.edu/concurrentenrollment/ Concurrent Enrollment started with a mandate from the State Board of Education in 1998, and since then hundreds of students have taken advantage of the opportunity by enrolling in quality University classes offered at their high schools and online.

Operating as usual

05/20/2022

To help students get a head start this Summer, we are offering these classes with our ONLINE high school partner, Idaho Digital Learning Alliance. Find the site coordinator at your high school to register now. Idahodigitallearning.org

ART 100 Intro to Art
ACAD 101 Academic Success Topics
ACAD 108 Career and Life Planning

05/07/2022

🎉 Congratulations to 3,109 graduating Broncos!
🎓 2,400 graduates will participate in today’s 110th commencement — the largest in university history.

🔹 90th anniversary of Boise State
🔸 50th anniversary of 1st master’s degree awarded
🔹 25th anniversary of 1st doctoral degree awarded

⏰ 10 a.m. May 7, 2022
▶️ https://youtu.be/d9X1QANWV3w
🔗 commencement.boisestate.edu

Photos from Boise State Concurrent Enrollment's post 04/27/2022

We had the pleasure of hosting Mountain View High's ACAD 101 students today. They met with Advising and Academic Student Support, Writing Center, ate lunch at the Boise River Cafe, had a campus tour, and were able to attend a UF 100 lecture. It was a beautiful spring day for our last campus visit for the academic year.

04/26/2022

Private Scholarships

A great reminder from the Financial Aid Office—“Keep an eye on your BroncoMail as this is how we notify scholarship recipients of any awards. Remember that this is a yearly application and that all students should fill it out annually to maximize their scholarship potential.

Still looking for additional scholarships for fall 2022? Head over to our website and find our list of private scholarship opportunities: https://www.boisestate.edu/scholarships/private-scholarships/

Go Broncos!”

Private Scholarships Find a list of current local and state private scholarships to help you fund your education with Boise State.

Photos from Boise State Concurrent Enrollment's post 04/15/2022

Happy Friday! Today we had a great time hosting Vallivue High. They were able to meet with the College of Business and Economics, School of Nursing, College of Engineering, and eat at Boise River Cafe.

Photos from Boise State Concurrent Enrollment's post 04/12/2022

Today was a cold spring day but we still had fun hosting Eagle High's German students. They were able to see the World Language Resource Center, Writing Center, Biology Greenhouse, Albertsons Library, attend a GERMAN 102 lecture, and eat at the Boise River Cafe.

04/11/2022

This is the perfect time to register for Summer classes offered by the Idaho Digital Learning Alliance, our online class delivery partners. We will be offering three classes this Summer 2022:
ACAD 101 Academic Success Topics (3 credits)
ADAD 108 Career and Life Planning (2 credits)
ART 100 Introduction to Art (3 credits)
Visit the IDLA link below to learn about the registration process and get a head start!
https://www.idahodigitallearning.org/students-parents/advanced-opportunities/

Photos from Boise State Concurrent Enrollment's post 04/09/2022

IT’S BRONCO DAY! Come visit our table at the Quad!

Photos from Boise State Concurrent Enrollment's post 04/06/2022

Today we had the pleasure of hosting New Meadows Middle School. It was a fun day. They were able to eat at the Boise River Cafe and attend the STEM show with Dr. Henry Charlier and Carter Jennings.

Photos from Boise State Concurrent Enrollment's post 04/04/2022

On April 1st, we had a fantastic day hosting West Middle School from Nampa. They were able to attend the STEM show with Dr. Henry Charlier, visit the MakerLab, Simulation Center, and tour the Chaffee dorms. They talked to Financial Aid, Dean of Students, School of Nursing, College of Engineering, LSAMP, TRIO, CAMP, Housing and ate at the Boise River Cafe.

Photos from Boise State Concurrent Enrollment's post 03/30/2022

Today we had our first spring campus tour and the weather couldn't have been better! We had the pleasure of hosting Melba High's Concurrent Enrollment Kinesiology students. We were able to showcase our beautiful campus and meet with the Honors College, School of Nursing, Simulation Center, Bleymaier Football Center, and eat at the Boise River Cafe.

Bronco Day 2022 03/28/2022

Bronco Day 2022

We look forward to seeing you on Saturday, April 9, 2022! Be sure to register as soon as possible at the link below.
https://www.boisestate.edu/admissions/broncoday/

Bronco Day 2022 Calling all Future Broncos! Join us for our campuswide open house event where you can meet current students and professors, explore labs and classrooms, and tour student housing and dining options. You’ll have the opportunity to learn more about financial aid and scholarships and interact with stu...

Photos from Boise State Concurrent Enrollment's post 02/25/2022

SAVE THE DATE --for BRONCO DAY on Saturday, April 9, 2022. This will be a great opportunity to visit with academic departments and learn about student resources

02/18/2022

Stay on course: Summer enrollment for concurrent enrollment students taking classes on campus opens on April 15, 2022.
Visit boisestate.edu/summer to view a list of classes.

02/04/2022

Upcoming high school teacher workshop on Cybersecurity, on Thursday and Friday, June 9-10, 2022.

Along with this upcoming training, we're excited to share that Boise State is a designated National Center of Academic Excellence in Cyber Defense. The National Security Agency (NSA) is recognizing the university's proven efforts to reduce threats to national infrastructure by promoting higher education and research in cyber defense. We are proud to host the Institute for Pervasive Cybersecurity and the Cyberdome. The Cyberdome is a collaborative hub for competency-based training, with the mission of reducing risk and producing a cybersecurity workforce, in sync with Idaho's business, technology and government sectors. The goal is to help launch a pipeline of qualified cybersecurity professionals.

Please share this flyer with your science and math high school instructors and SAVE THE DATE!

National Security Agency approves designation for Boise State cyber programs 01/26/2022

National Security Agency approves designation for Boise State cyber programs

Great news! "Boise State University is now a designated National Center of Academic Excellence in Cyber Defense through 2027. This designation is awarded by the National Security Agency (NSA), based upon the university’s proven efforts to reduce threats to national infrastructure by promoting higher education and research in cyber defense as well as provide the nation with a pipeline of qualified cybersecurity professionals."

Read more about it at this link below...

https://www.boisestate.edu/news/2022/01/25/national-security-agency-approves-designation-for-boise-state-cyber-programs/

National Security Agency approves designation for Boise State cyber programs Boise State University is now a designated National Center of Academic Excellence in Cyber Defense...

01/20/2022

Concurrent Enrollment students--now is the perfect time to start your application process to attend Boise State for Fall 2022.
Go to:
https://www.boisestate.edu/admissions/apply/resident/

With more than 200 areas of study to choose from, the designation as a Carnegie doctoral research university, and an ideal location in the heart of the state capital, there’s no better place to start your college adventure than at Boise State.
When you can float down the river and finish in four years. You don’t just go to Boise State. You begin an adventure.
When you can float down the river and finish in four years. You don’t just go to Boise State. You begin an adventure.

01/06/2022

WELCOME back from your holiday break! Here are some important dates coming up:
* Final grades for fall 2021 classes will be posted January 31, 2022 or sooner.
* Registration for Spring 2022 classes will start on January 10.

12/30/2021

We wish you much joy and health for this NEW YEAR 2022.
Our offices will open on Monday, January 3, 2022. In the mean time, please visit our program's website at boisestate.edu/concurrentenrollment

12/14/2021

Boise State Concurrent Enrollment Student Update

Happy Holidays! As we wrap up 2021, Boise State Concurrent Enrollment wishes you a restful and healthy holiday break! Here are a few reminders and things to come in 2022.

Fall Semester Grades
The Fall semester grade deadline is January 31, 2022. Students will be able to view grades in their myBoiseState student account once grades are submitted. Year-long grades won't be available until spring.

How to View Your Grades https://www.boisestate.edu/registrar-help/view-your-grades/

Boise State Concurrent Enrollment is on YouTube!
We are excited to launch our new Boise State Concurrent Enrollment Channel. Designed to help support students, parents, and counselors navigate concurrent enrollment with short How-To Tutorials and advising insights. Have an idea of a topic that you would like to see? Let us know here!

Subscribe to Boise State’s Concurrent Enrollment Channel to stay in the loop as we release new videos each month!
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCBF4bB2w1AD5xnAj2Vuy23g

Boise State Holiday Hours
Boise State University will be closed for the holidays from Thursday, December 23 - Friday, December 31, 2021.

We will re-open on Monday, January 3, 2022.

11/29/2021

Students-we have a great career exploration and a study skills class offered online with IDLA for this coming Spring 2022 for dual credit. Find the IDLA Site Coordinator at your high school to sign up and view the class descriptions below.

ACAD 108 Career and Life Planning (2 credits): Helps students learn how to choose a career path that balances interests, abilities, and values with realities of the job market. Explore majors, identify steps required to become employable, and build job search skills necessary to achieve goals. Recommended for 11th and 12th grade. Offered Fall and Spring semesters.

ACAD 101 (3 credits): Focuses on the development of study skills, attitudes and behaviors associated with academic success in high school and prepare for college. Exploration of campus resources and opportunities; time management, with a strong emphasis on developing study skills. Recommended for 11th and 12th grade. Offered Fall and Spring semesters.

11/24/2021

Boise State Concurrent Enrollment launches a new program, 15 to Start, allowing students to complete 15 college credits before high school graduation.

The 15-to-Start option allows high school students to complete 15 college credits, or one full-time semester, before graduation and helps motivated students map the connection between their current academic performance and future career with guided academic advising.

Boise State’s Concurrent Enrollment and Community Impact Programs are partnering to expand access to higher education and trailblazing connections in rural school districts. The program will serve high school students in the West Central Mountains (McCall and its surrounding areas), Mountain Home and the surrounding areas and the Western Treasure Valley (Payette and its surrounding areas).

The creation of 15 to Start for Community Impact Programs regions expands opportunities for high school students in rural communities to access higher education and reach their academic and career goals.

🔗 http://boi.st/3qGfsFn
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Photos from Boise State Concurrent Enrollment's post 11/10/2021

Today we hosted Meridian Medical Arts Charter High School. It was a beautiful day to walk through campus. Students were able to visit with the Honors College, Human Performance Lab, Kinesiology, School of Nursing, Nursing ROTC, and have lunch at the Boise River Cafe.

Our Concurrent Enrollment Story

Concurrent Enrollment started with a mandate from the State legislature in 1998. We are celebrating 20 years of providing hundreds of students the opportunity to earn University credits while still in high schools. Students and instructors use Boise State curriculum, books, and grading scales. The classes are recorded on a Boise State transcript. Most of the classes offered for dual credit are from the general education core, applicable to any degree a student chooses upon entering a college or university. Credits are transferable to most other accredited colleges and universities in Idaho and across the United States.

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