There’s something going on every day at Boise State University! We love to see alumni at events throughout the year. Meet up with old friends at a reunion or show that you’re a die-hard fan at a Bronco Bash. Take in a new student gallery exhibition or take a class. It doesn’t matter whether you’re visiting us from the Treasure Valley or from across the globe — you’re always welcome home.
Where will you be watching Bronco Football this fall?The Boise State Broncos 2017 football schedule is posted! Join us at the Alumni and Friends Center three hours before every home game for a Bronco Bash Event at home. Or, hit the road with us! A few select road games will also feature a Bronco Bash Event. Check out our Bronco Bash Events on the Road for details and registration. Not in Boise? Traveling for work or fun? Our Bronco Contacts and geographic chapter leaders host watches at local pubs and restaurants throughout the season. Some host for one game and others select several games to host. Visit this page for a complete listing of all our watch events nationwide.
Bronco Zone Lunches
Wednesdays and Thursdays
Reservations available between 11:30 a.m. and 1 p.m.
Stueckle Sky Center
Bronco Zone Lunches, Boise State’s weekly pop-up restaurant, returns this all featuring the talents of our head chef, Nathan Child. Weekly offerings will highlight selections from our new catering menus and from the new Southfork Market. Join in with your campus department, invite friends and neighbors, or treat clients to this unique dining experience, exclusive to Boise State faculty, staff, emeriti, Bronco Athletic Association members and Alumni Association members.
Friday, Oct. 20
Stueckle Sky Center
Celebrate your family’s Boise State tradition at our annual Legacy Lunch during Parent and Family Weekend. The Legacy Lunch recognizes families who have generations of Bronco graduates and family members currently enrolled students. The program includes speakers from the Boise State Alumni Association and a special commemorative legacy pin presented to attendees.
Safeguard Your Business from Internal Fraud
Tuesday, Oct. 24
Alumni and Friends Center
Is internal fraud happening to you? Join local experts for an in-depth look at how to safeguard your business by identifying red flags and internal cost controls. Learn about the best practices to prevent fraud, including real case examples. Complimentary parking is available at the Alumni and Friends Center.
Distinguished Alumni Awards Gala
Friday, Nov. 3
Simplot Ballroom, Student Union Building
Join us for the annual Homecoming celebration as we celebrate 50-years of the Boise State Alumni Association and the graduation of the first class with a four-year degree. This year, the annual Distinguished Alumni Awards theme will be a nostalgic journey back to 1967 where we’ll transform the Simplot Ballroom to an era of 60s glamor style, including several surprises as we honor extraordinary alumni who exemplify the loyalty, passion, and innovation found in all dedicated Broncos. D
Cost is $65 for Boise State Alumni Association members, $75 for non-members and $500 for a table of eight guests. Glamorous 60’s attire encouraged. RSVP by Oct. 25, 2014.
The campus community, alumni, students and the general public are invited to attend the gala but tickets must be purchased in advance. The honorees will also be recognized during the Homecoming football game at half-time. The Distinguished Alumni Awards Gala is sponsored by our valued partners Liberty Mutual Insurance and Mountain America Credit Union.
Classes of 1967–68 50-year Reunion
Friday, Nov. 3–Saturday, Nov. 4
Boise State University
We are celebrating our 50-year anniversary all year — and the special classes of 1967 and 1968 are too! It was 50 years ago that the class of 1967 walked across the stage to receive the first four-year degrees granted at Boise State University. These alumni helped with the transition of Boise State from a two-year college to a four-year university.
A dedicated group of alumni from the classes of 1967 and 1968 are leading a 50-year reunion planning committee. Bill Illett ’67, and Dyke Nally ’69 are co-chairing the committee with plans for a weekend full of Homecoming activities on Nov. 3-4. Join fellow classmates for campus tours and a reception on Friday, and on Saturday, join us for the Homecoming Bronco Bash reunion, the parade, discount tickets to the football game, and opportunity to be honored on the blue turf at half-time! We have discounted hotel rooms available, and more! The committee is also working on a class gift to name the Alumni and Friends Center Ballroom. Don’t miss this celebrating this special milestone with classmates and friends!