Spring 2023

Type of Culminating Activity

Student research paper


Online students are a relatively new concept to the education world. With the rise of the Covid-19 pandemic and the changing needs of the public, online courses have become much more prevalent and popular for several reasons. Online students are at a great disadvantage when it comes to in-person activities such as networking with community members, making friendships, and building relationships with both their peers and professors. The Boise State Treehouse Program has elected to try and combat these problems by introducing an online meeting place like a club setting. The treehouse program has held weekly meetings focused on giving students the opportunity to network in an online setting, and giving students time to meet peers who they can better connect with and relate to.

Degree Program

Bachelor of Applied Science


Margaret Sass, J.D., Ed.D.

Munoz, Pablo (2023) Treehouse Survey Questions.pdf (4805 kB)
Treehouse survey

Munoz, Pablo (2023) Treehouse Program Survey Results.pdf (392 kB)
Survey results

Munoz, Pablo (2023) Linked-In Screenshots.pdf (226 kB)
Linked-In screenshots

Facebook Screenshots.docx (2422 kB)
Facebook screenshots

Munoz, Pablo (2023) Treehouse Video Invitation.mp4 (14882 kB)
Treehouse Video Invitation

Munoz, Pablo (2023) Emails Sent to Faculty and Staff.pdf (252 kB)
Emails sent to faculty and staff



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