Welcome to the Office of Information Technology
- Improving Lecture Capture with TechSmith Relay
TechSmith recently published a case study on how Boise State consolidated lecture capture systems to increase faculty adoption and student engagement, as well as saving the University $350,000 each year.
- Passwords: Reset your password
- Phone: 208-426-4357 (HELP)
- Email: email@example.com
- Chat: Chat with us
- Self-Service: support.boisestate.edu
- Help Desk Hours (Zone at the ILC): M-F 7 am – 10 pm, S&S 10 am – 6 pm
- Scheduled Maintenance & System Downtime – my.boisestate.edu
- After-Hours Support: To report major network outages only outside Help Desk hours, contact 426-BNET.
- Help Desk @ The Zone – ILC
Equipment checkout, call center phones, chat and email
ILC, Room 128
Monday – Thursday, 7 am – 10 pm / Friday 7 am – 6 pm / Sat and Sun, 10 am – 6 pm
- Help Desk @ The Zone – SUB
SUB, near Fresh Express
Monday – Friday, 8 am – 8 pm
- Help Desk @ The Zone – MBEB
Micron Business & Economics Building, First Floor, Jackson Commons & Third Floor, MBEB 3010.
Monday – Friday, 8 am – 6 pm
- Help Desk @ The Zone – Keiser Hall
Keiser Hall, First Floor Lobby
Monday – Thursday, 10 am – 7 pm / Friday 10 am – 6 pm
- OIT Business Services: 1142 Euclid Ave., MS 1412 | Phone: 208-426-1433
What We Do
The Office of Information Technology (OIT) advances Boise State educational and research experiences through high quality, innovative technology solutions and services within a sustainable, effective and efficient environment.
People are our passion. Technology is our obsession. Process is our guide.
News @ OIT
May 31 2017
TechSmith recently published a case study on how the Office of Information Technology consolidated lecture
May 23 2017
On Tuesday, May 30, the Office of Information Technology will implement additional security measures to
May 11 2017
Are you a member of EDUCAUSE? We recently experienced a problem that may have prevented
May 11 2017
Beginning Wednesday, May 17, you’ll need to register your device in order to use the
May 03 2017
While Cisco IP phones can be moved around yet remain fully-functional, moving presents a problem of maintaining