As the most populous city in Idaho, Boise has plenty of exciting venues for students to visit and live near. Boise is located in Southwestern Idaho, about 41 miles east of the Oregon border. The city has been cited by publications like Forbes, Fortune, and Sunset for its quality of life. Students can find ample amounts of off campus student apartment complexes throughout Boise, Idaho.
Boise’s ethnic Basque community is the largest such community in the United States and the fifth largest in the world outside Mexico, Argentina, Chile, and the Basque Country in Spain and France. A large Basque festival is held once every five years. There are a number of recreational opportunities available for students in Boise, including hiking and biking in the foothills to the immediate north of downtown. The Boise River is also a common destination for fishing, swimming, and rafting.
Some of the notable achievements Boise has obtained are, Time magazine listed Boise as #1 of eight other cities in a 2014 issue under the header “Solutions for America” as “Getting it Right,” Men’s Health listed Boise as the #1 “Best cities for men” in 2013, Allstate listed Boise as the #2 city for the “Best Drivers in America” in 2011, and U.S. News & World Report listed Boise as “one of the 10 best places to live” in 2009. All of these achievements make Boise a great place for students to study and learn!
There are various post-secondary educational options in Boise. Students can find convenient student apartments near Boise State University, The Concordia University School of Law, and the University of Idaho College of Law.
When students want to take a break from hitting the books, they can visit the Julia Davis Park (Zoo Boise), the Idaho Aquarium, or the Cornerstone Mall - as well as they can watch the Boise Hawks play minor League baseball, the Steelheads of the ECHL score a goal in a hockey game, or the Idaho Stampede of the NBA Development League play some basketball.
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nice location with mall nearby.
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great location beautiful rooms.
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great location real close to BSU and downtown!
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