Boise State University Off Campus Apartments

Boise State University Off Campus Apartments

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Boise State Don't Hate!

Boise State University's got love for everyone, and everyone for some love. Whatever that means. This institution of higher learning used to be a junior college run by the Episcopalians, but has long since become a bachelor’s, master’s, and PhD degree granting institution that has already launched the careers of over 75,000 folks. Why not take your place next to them and prepare to be rocketed to success?

 

Too dramatic? So be it.

When it comes to athletics, hold on tight, because Boise State University's mascot is the Bronco. If you plan on participating in team sports, well, just try not to get bucked off.

Boise Rentals: Safe, Quiet Places From Which To Study

Promise us that when you move into your comfortable new rental in the Boise area–a Idaho's biggest city—you'll use it to study your brains out, and nothing more. Well, don't study your brains out. That kind of defeats the purpose of going to school in the first place. Anyway, for those with a preference for keeping both body and mind on campus, Boise State University living offers men's housing, women's housing, and co-ed housing, the latter for those that don't care one way or the other, literally, for gender-based bunking, at least on the same floor. Ok, so having said that, the "roommate/floormate from hell" is an issue regardless of sex. For dealing with that particular stress-maker we suggest this chunk of helpful advice.

Boise State Transportation: Use It Or Lose It

Boise’s no slouch when it comes to getting you around. The Boise State Carpool, ValleyRide, and the trendy company Zipcar—from whom you can rent cars on the brief, even for a few hours—all contribute to the pool of transportation options available at one's proverbial fingertips. But wait, there's more! Boise offers a "Guaranteed Ride Home" program for those that bike, walk, bus or carpool to school and work. It'll take you wherever you need to go, at least if you've carpooled, etc. and you're now left stranded somewhere. It's pretty cool, if not a little exclusive. But hey, is anything in this precious life free? See where to go and what to do with your freedom of movement with this handy little guide. Welcome to the west coast! Well, almost.

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Apartments in Boise - View 37 properties

Huntington Apartments

Huntington Apartments

Boise, Idaho, 83706

1 Bedroom$779 - $879

2 Bedrooms$920 - $1,100

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Executive Home in Prime SE Boise Neighborhood

Executive Home in Prime SE Boise Neighborhood

Boise, Idaho, 83706

3+ Bedrooms

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Carriage Crossing Apartments

Carriage Crossing Apartments

Boise, Idaho, 83706

1 Bedroom

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2111 Pebblecreek- 83706- $2,100/month

2111 Pebblecreek- 83706- $2,100/month

Boise, Idaho, 83706

3 Bedrooms

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2217 W. Cherry Lane $1,050/Month

2217 W. Cherry Lane $1,050/Month

Boise, Idaho, 83705

3 Bedrooms

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Local Talk

Get answers about Boise from local experts or tell us what you love about it.

  • how close is the bench to downtown

    The distance of Central Beach to Downtown is about 3 miles, 10 minutes by car.

  • Is Boise a town where I'll need a car to get around?

    Not necessarily. Public transportation in Boise is provided by ValleyRide in the form of a series of bus lines. This fixed-line system includes 18 bus routes in Boise and Garden City. ValleyRide also operates Paratransit bus services, providing door-to-door transportation for disabled people in Boise and surrounding areas. In addition, there is a network of bike paths throughout the city and neighboring regions, such as the Boise River Greenbelt.

  • What are some family friendly neighborhoods in Boise?

    Neighborhoods need to be safe and have high-quality education to be family-friendly neighborhoods. Horseshoe Bend / Idaho City, Mountain View Dr / Ustick Rd, State St / 30th St, Lake Hazel Rd / Cole Rd, and Barber are the 5 safest neighborhoods in Boise, Chinden Blvd / Mountain View Dr, Edna St / Maple Grove Rd, 18th St / Sherman St, Victory Rd / Maple Grove Rd, Mountain View Dr / Ustick Rd are the 5 good education neighborhoods. Thus, Mountain View Dr / Ustick Rdc can be suitable place for the question.