Earn your Boise State degree in Nampa.
The Boise State Center at CWI offers:
- A Dedicated Advisor on the College of Western Idaho Campus
- Boise State courses offered in the evenings and supplemented by online options
- Personalized transfer assistance to Boise State University
Video created by one of our own Boise State Center at CWI students, Jessica Argyle.
Chad: Hi, I’m Chad. I’m a communication major at Boise State University. I’m a father of three. I’m a spouse. I’m an adventurist. A family guy. I’m your everyday Joe.
Myles: My name is Myles. I attend Boise State University. I’m a communication major, and I’m a senior. Well, almost. I work full-time, 40-50 hours a week. I’m married, and I enjoy watching sports especially, Boise State.
Julie: My name is Julie. I’m a history major at Boise State University. I’m 48 years old, mother of five ages 28 to 10. Just a regular person and a mom and a grandma.
Kayden: I’m Kayden, and I’m a student at Boise State University. I’m a wife. I like to hang out a home with my husband and walk my dogs. Haha.
Michelle: My name is Michelle Bennet. I teach communication at Boise State University. My favorite part about being an instructor is the students. I absolutely love the students. I have found that it is a great experience to provide students with the opportunity to take classes where it’s most convenient for them.
Myles: Working full-time and being a nontraditional student it’s hard to find classes that fit with my schedule because I can’t really leave work during the day and so this has kind of been really helpful as far as being able to get my classes in and get the credits I need.
Kayden: I love it. It is perfect parking. The traffic is always really good. It is a faster way for me to get home.
Steve: Hi, my name is Steve Kipp. I’m an adjunct professor here at Boise State University. The things that I love about teaching off campus, such as here in the Nampa location, is you get such a diversity of students. I think that there is a tremendous commitment, um, when you’re dealing with working adults. Generally, they are people that, um, trying to balance a level of dedication and a level of commitment is incredibly focused.
Julie: The hardest thing is finding time. Ha. When you’re, when you have a family it’s hard to make time for homework and school and still spend time with them.
Michelle: It’s really exciting to see people pursuing their bachelor’s degree. You get to know students and watch their lives unfold and it’s very rewarding. I love it.
Chad: Keep going and do it for yourself.
Myles: If you have any questions about coming out here at night, um, you shouldn’t.
Julie: Start slow.
Kayden: Just do it; there’s no reason not to.
Myles: It’s a great time, great people, lots of fun.