The Center was established in November 1979 to provide a quality child care program for the children of full and part-time Boise State students, faculty and staff. To further advance campus and community relations, alumni and community parents may enroll their children if space is available.
Our professional staff provides a model educational program for all the families it serves. Students from University Academic and Technical school programs and students from the Colleges of Education and Health Sciences are assigned to the Center for internships, field methods, and volunteer work. We also serve as an observation site for University students fulfilling class requirements.
"Real heroes don’t wear capes, they TEACH!”
Teachers play a key role in the growth and development of our children. The celebration of Teacher Appreciation Week was the perfect time to thank our fabulous teachers for the dedication, support, expertise, and”…
This past week the Children's Center collected donation of food and toys for the 7Cares Idaho Shares program. Teachers taught the children the importance of giving back. The kids worked hard to fill the decorated bins at the Center. We”…
The Garden City Library Foundation recently welcomed contributions from their youngest donors ever. The inaugural kindergarten class at the Boise State Children’s Center raised enough money to purchase two engraved brick pavers for the Garden City Public Library’s expansion project.