We know that you’re not just choosing a college, you’re also choosing a place to call home. At Boise Bible College, we are dedicated to creating a close, supportive, and safe community for all students. Here you’ll learn how to live life well with others. On campus you can thrive academically, spiritually, and socially.
With women on the top floor and men on the bottom floor, this dorm caters all on-campus students.
This dorm includes:
- Laundry facilities on both floors
- Common Areas with TVs (great for movie nights)
- Access to the Student Union Building
A Peek Into Our Dorms
At BBC, our residence rooms are created for comfort and functionality. In an apartment style housing, we provide each student with:
- Twin deep pocket size bed and mattress
- Underbed Storage
- Desk and chair
- Wireless Internet
- Kitchenette with Sink and Cabinet Storage
- Small Kitchen Table and Chairs
- Shared Bathroom per 1 – 4 students
- Double Sink
- Private Key Code into Each Residence Room
Boise Bible College does not have building space available for married student housing.
In order to help accommodate married students, non-traditional single students 24 years of age and older, and upper classmen in good academic standing, we offer an RV hook-up area in the back of our campus.
This area accommodates up to six 5th-wheel or RVs and is available on a first come first serve basis. Please check with the Resident Director for questions or availability.
- On-campus Parking
- Bike Racks
- Full Size Kitchen
- Student Lounge with Pool Table, Darts, and Games
- Workout Room
- Walking Track – 130 laps = A Marathon
- Baseball Diamond
- Disc Golf
- Sand Volleyball Pit
- Patio + Fire Pit
- Student Union Building
- The Lion’s Den Coffee Shop
- Study Rooms
- HDTV Flat Screens
- Large Lounge Spaces
General Housing Information
What Living in Boise, Idaho is like?
As you see, Boise Bible is located in Idaho’s capital city, Boise. Boise (Boy-see) is really the best of both worlds. Many describe Boise as a city with a small-town feel.
If you enjoy the outdoors, Boise offers many recreational opportunities known to the Northwest. is less than 15 minutes from the base of the Rocky Mountain Foothills where many rock climb, hike, mountain bike, boulder, and more. In addition, Boise is home to the Greenbelt which stretches from Eagle, ID to Lucky Peak Dam along the river. A 5-minute walk from campus will lead you to one of many openings along the Greenbelt.
Boise’s thriving downtown is filled with weekend markets, shopping, artisan coffee, and scootering. Boise is culturally diverse and welcoming beginning with the Basque Block showcasing the heritage of the Basque in Idaho. In addition, Boise offers a thriving arts community including music, performing arts, and more. Lastly, much of downtown is heated by geothermal energy including the Capitol Building!
Within an hours drive, you could be at:
- Bogus Basin snowboarding
- Cascade Raft & Kayak whitewater rafting
- The Springs hot springing
- Bruneau Sand Dunes
Within two-three hours, you could be at:
- The beautiful mountain town of McCall, Idaho
- Hell’s Canyon National Park
- Crater’s of the Moon
- The old mining town of Silver City, Idaho
- The “Niagara Falls of the West” Shoshone Falls
- City of Rocks – a climbers paradise
- Thousand Springs