Ever wonder what it's like to be a Bronco?
Boise State's campus was bustling with extra foot traffic Saturday as prospective students had the opportunity to be part of the university's premier recruitment event of the year.
Bronco Day allows for families to check out everything they have to offer. Along with student organizations, professors and current students were on hand to talk about the different programs.
High-schoolers came out in numbers including a group from Washington state that traveled four hours to get here.
"If you only have a high school diploma, you're not going to get far sadly," Brodie Spauluding said. "But, if you go for at least a four-year or a two-year at a tech school, you'll be able to at least get most of the jobs."
"I'm ready to get out of the house," Deacon Grail said. "I'm ready to explore."
There was even a tailgate party leading up to the Bronco's Spring football game.
Campus tours can be scheduled at any time. They can be set up in advance by giving the admissions office a call.