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Employee Development

  • ACE Senate behind Boise State University wall 2014Boise State University offers an array of organizations of which employees may become involved in. These organizations include:

    For more information on any of these organizations, visit

  • ONE Boise State, orientation for new employeesTraining for the Boise State Campus Operations division is available at For suggestions or questions regarding training, please contact Katie Thomas at or (208) 426-2129
  • Adult taking notes in class roomThe Boise State Employee Learning and Development team is available to promote and support employee and organizational growth, development and empowerment by providing innovative, quality workplace learning programs, resources and services.

    Human Resources

    Visit for more information on employee learning and development.

    Office of Information Technology

    The Office of Information Technology (OIT) offers training and communications on many forms of technology, Google Apps, myBoiseState, and WordPress via

  • All Boise State University employees in PERMANENT positions and the spouses of such employees may register for instructional courses during any academic period. Boise State University waives all costs except for a $20.00 non-refundable registration fee per semester and a $5.00 per credit hour charge. Employees and Spouses may apply the fee waiver towards a maximum of nine (9) credit hours per semester.

    In addition, Boise State employees who hold PERMANENT positions may utilize a dependent child fee waiver for one (1) dependent child per family per semester. Parents of a dependent utilizing the fee waiver cannot also receive the employee or spouse fee waiver benefit.

    For more information regarding fee waivers, visit or contact Human Resource Services at (208) 426-1616.

  • CPD DirectorThe Boise State Center for Professional Development (CPD) provides short-term education and training programs open to all business, engineering, public administration and health care professionals. The Center also provides test preparation courses, certificate programs and specialized programs.

    For more information on the Center for Professional Development, visit

  • Student life, Campus scene, Winter, Brian Angers Photo

    A Continuing Education Unit (CEU) is a nationally standardized unit documenting participation in non-credit programs, courses, or workshops.

    The Center for Professional Development approves and transcribes CEUs, which can be provided to employers as verification that you have completed a course in which CEUs were granted. CEUs cannot be converted to academic credit.