School of Public Service
- Treasure Valley Public Policy Survey
Out-of-state residents are moving to the Treasure Valley because of the area’s strong economy, relatively low cost of living and perceptions of strong job growth, according to a recent survey of Treasure Valley residents conducted by Boise State University’s School of Public Service.
Boise State University’s School of Public Service is dedicated to excellence in innovative teaching, cutting edge scholarship and meaningful community outreach, serving the State of Idaho, region, nation and global communities. The School is comprised of rich and diverse academic programs, as well as talented affiliated faculty from departments and programs across the university. The mission of the School also is supported by a variety of centers and institutes that facilitate research and public engagement.
We Speak a Common Language: Serving the Public
The School prepares students, public servants, and leaders to think both regionally and globally in an interdependent world. As such, it serves as a centralized resource for policy makers—to assist them in making informed decisions—and for faculty and students to actively connect and engage with the community and participate in policy decisions.
The bridging of disciplines across the university and the larger community enhances the education of students, allowing them to apply their knowledge and skills to the critical challenges facing the public, private and non-profit sectors.
Supporting the School
From the beginning lectures each fall until graduation each spring, your gifts to the School are hard at work, meeting the ever-changing opportunities and challenges of a metropolitan research university of distinction. Learn more about giving to Boise State.