COBE lockers still available to rent
Wondering what those lockers are doing on the floors of the Micron Business and Economics Building? They’re there for you to rent!
The College of Business and Economic lockers offer students a safe and convenient place to store backpacks, text books, valuable items and more for the cost of just $20 a semester.
If interested in renting a locker on the 1st floor, email the International Business Organization (IBO) at firstname.lastname@example.org. In regards to renting a locker on the 2nd and 3rd floors, email Alpha Kappa Psi at email@example.com.
Check out the lockers page on the COBE website.
Donors Tour the Skaggs Hall of Learning
Boise State Foundation Board member, A.J. Balukoff and his wife, Susie, recently toured the construction site of the Skaggs Hall of Learning. The Skaggs Hall of Learning will be a state-of-the-art, 250 seat facility located on the ground floor of the new business building—the Micron Business and Economics Building. The Skaggs Hall of Learning will be the home for undergraduate classes as well as the place for lectures and speeches by distinguished leaders from academia, business and government. An enticing and exciting learning environment, the Skaggs Hall of Learning will serve as a magnet for attracting educational opportunities to the campus and to the COBE. (more…)
Watch our Building Grow!
Click on the above image to view daily progress on the Micron Business and Economics Building and learn more about the building.
Demolition Begins to Make Way for New Building
Demolition began last week on the University Inn at the corner of Capitol and University. The remaining portion of the structure, the old Iron Gate Lounge, will be torn down on Saturday, Nov. 13, to make way for the new Micron Business and Economics Building and western gateway to campus. (more…)
Highlights from the Micron Business and Economics Building Groundbreaking Celebration
Boise State University is breaking new ground on innovative programs, comprehensive business support and meaningful research. On Tuesday, Oct. 26, the university celebrated a groundbreaking for the new Micron Business and Economics Building at the corner of University Drive and Capitol Boulevard. Watch this video to learn more.