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Annual Registration Tips

Do you believe your student organization has completed all the requirements to be Active this year, but are wondering why you haven’t been fully approved yet?

Check out these tips to help you troubleshoot on your own and expedite your processing time.

In the meantime, if you have taken steps to complete your annual registration you may continue to operate as an Active student organization during this registration grace period.

 

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Financial Training (Student Organizations)

Financial Training is mandatory for Presidents, Financial Officers, Approved Spenders, and recommended for other officers. The registration period will run from August 1 – September 16, 2018. Student Involvement will resume processing of re-registration requests during the first business week of the month thereafter. When you are ready to get started, click Begin Form below. You can complete this training at your pace; just be sure to click on Save...

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Catalyst 2019

Saturday, Feb 9, 9:30 am
College of Business & Economics- Imagination Lab

Jump-start your vision for change. Pre-register for Catalyst today! 

Catalyst  Saturday, February 9. 2019 9:30am – 4:00pm  College of Business & Economics- Imagination Lab *Free continental breakfast, lunch & snacks will be provided to all participants

Pre-registration deadline: January 21, 2019 or until workshop is filled

What is Catalyst? If you are committed to the exploration of possibility, personal integrity, and increasing your capacity to lead, take...

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Leadership Training (Student Organizations)

 

Leadership Training is mandatory for Presidents, and recommended for other officers. The registration period will run from August 1 – September 16, 2018. Student Involvement will resume processing of re-registration requests during the first business week of the month thereafter. When you are ready to get started, click Begin Form below. You can complete this training at your pace; just be sure to click on Save & Finish...

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Involvement Fair Registration: Fall 2018

Thank you for your interest in registering for the Involvement Fair.  

This event will occur on Wednesday, August 29 from 2pm-5pm in the Jordan Ballroom of the Boise State University, Student Union.  Registration requests must be submitted by August 24 to be considered.  

Group setup will begin at 10:30am. There is no fee to register for the event.  Each registered group will be provided one 6' long table and two chairs (linens...

Late Night Breakfast

Sunday, Apr 29, 9 pm
Student Union, Dining Area

Start finals week off right at the Late Night Breakfast with free pancakes eggs, bacon, potatoes, games and prizes.  All students with a valid Boise State ID will receive a late night meal (while supplies last) to keep you going on the Sunday before finals week begins.  No meal plan needed!

For more information, visit https://getinvolved.boisestate.edu/events/finals-relief/, or call the Student Involvement and Leadership Center at (208) 426-1223. 

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Finals Relief

Apr 30 - May 3
Quad

Study. Recharge. Celebrate. Finals Relief can help students ease the stress of taking exams and writing term papers. From time management strategies to unwinding with fun and games to a free 10-minute massage, support is available in many forms. Therapy and service dogs will also be available for some tail-wagging comfort. Find your relief. For a full schedule, including various campus locations, visit  https://getinvolved.boisestate.edu/have-fun/finals-relief/. 

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Spring 2018 Career Fair

Wednesday, Feb 28, 9 am
Jordan Ballroom, Student Union Building (SUB)

Meet with employers face-to-face, gather information, network and seek possible internship and/or career opportunities. 

For more information and tips on how to make the most of the career fair visit https://career.boisestate.edu/career-fair/.

Free LinkedIn photos will be taken in the Brink Room.

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Documentary Screening: Joshua - Teenager vs. Superpower

Thursday, Jan 11, 5 pm
Student Union Building, Special Events Center

Join the Frank Church Institute for a viewing of the new Netflix documentary - Joshua: Teenager vs. Superpower.

The documentary follows the activist work of Joshua Wong, one of the leaders of the 2014 Umbrella Revolution in Hong Kong. Just a teenager at the time, Joshua and thousands of other Hong Kongers rallied to restore democratic choice over the state's leaders. This is an incredible story of a fight for freedom, human rights, and also the story of a kid trying to balance a...

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FIFA 18: Video Game Tournament

Thursday, Jan 18, 7 pm
Games Center, Student Union Building

It's back. 

Think you're good at FIFA? Want bragging rights and a chance to win a new Neymar Jr. Jersey?

This single elimination bracket tournament played on PS4 will show you if you're the best of the best. Show up at 6:50 to pick your time and team!. This event free with Student ID and $5 for general admission. 

For further questions, email keatonkraft@boisestate.edu.

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MLK Living Legacy Celebration - Movie Night

Wednesday, Jan 17, 5 pm
Student Union Building - Special Events Center

The MLK Living Legacy Committee is hosting a screening of “Marshall” the story of Thurgood Marshall. A film specifically selected to highlight issues of history and racial justice. Join the committee for free popcorn, a screening and guided discussion afterward.

For more information please visit mlk.boisestate.edu.

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MLK Living Legacy Committee's "Talk-O Tuesday"

Tuesday, Jan 16, 7 pm
Student Union Building, Student Diversity Center

The MLK Living Legacy Committee's "Talk-O Tuesday" event is a bi-weekly discussion hosted by the MLK Living Legacy Committee to facilitate student-centered discussion on issues of the day related to Social Justice. Free tacos (street style), drinks and dessert are provided and discussion is organic and courageously honest. Join us and hear diverse and challenging perspectives shared in a safe but purposefully provocative discussion.

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