- Start Checklist
- New Employee Resources
- Compliance and Policy Review
- Complete Benefits Paperwork
- Online Training Modules
- Year One Training Plan
On or before your first day…
After your first day…
- Self-service for my.BoiseState
- W-2 and W-4 Tax Forms
- Direct Deposit
- Compliance Certification
- Bronco Card
- Parking/Alternative Transportation
- my.BoiseState and Google Mail
- Benefits Orientation
- Update (subscribe to daily campus email updates)
You can find more information about each of these items at hrs.boisestate.edu/new-employees/
We know that starting a new job can be challenging, and you will have lots of questions. Below is some helpful contact information to help get you started.
Human Resource Services – (208) 426-1616
Questions related to hiring, paperwork, benefits, time reporting, and payroll.
Transportation and Parking – (208) 426-7275
Questions related to campus parking lots, the Bronco Shuttle, and alternate transportation.
Campus Security – (208) 426-6911
In case of emergency, always call 911. For general security questions, call 426-1453. The office is open 24/7 and also provides security escorts on campus.
Payroll Department – (208) 426-4440
Boise State University makes every effort to ensure our employees are paid correctly. Occasionally, however, inadvertent mistakes can happen. When mistakes do happen and are called to our attention, we will promptly make any corrections necessary. Please review your pay stub when you receive it to make sure it is correct. If you believe a mistake has occurred, or you have any questions, please use the reporting procedure found at Payroll Safe Harbor.
Other Resources to Help You Transition to Your New Role
As a new Boise State employee, there are specific documents, policies, procedures, and training that you are required to read and understand to help you be successful in your career at the University. To that end, Boise State University requires you to complete a Compliance Certification. All new employees will receive an email invitation to complete the Compliance Certification.
To view the full Boise State University Policy Manual, visit policy.boisestate.edu
Boise State University is committed to offering a benefits package that provides health and financial protection plans as well as resources to promote health and well-being. Our program provides flexibility so you can choose the benefits that are right for you and your family.
Benefits are an important part of your total compensation: Be sure you get the most out of them!
For more information on benefits, visit hrs.boisestate.edu/benefits/ or call (208) 426-1616.