Bemidji State's north woods campus welcomes visitors all year round. Whether you're guided by our admission staff or exploring campus on a self-guided tour, you'll experience BSU's natural beauty and stimulating atmosphere of academic excellence.
The courtyard pergola (shown above) provides the perfect setting for students and faculty to connect in the commons areas just outside Bridgeman Hall.
With goalposts that overlook the lake, Chet Anderson Stadium is only one of only four football stadiums in the country located adjacent to a body of water. After a homecoming win, the football team celebrates the victory by plunging into the lake and singing the BSU fight song.
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Arts & Culture
The Bangsberg Fine Arts Complex is a nationally recognized creative center for the performing arts with a recital hall, an experimental theater, a main theatre and rehearsal studios. The Native American Resource Center is a cultural as well as educational hub where you'll find art representing native culture of the region. The center's many programs help promote multicultural understanding throughout the area. Learn more here.
Providing year-round recreation, Lake Bemidji is the scenic backdrop to many campus activities. Stop by the Outdoor Recreation Center in the lower level of Hobson Memorial Union to get a taste of the many recreational opportunities available to BSU students. For more about the lake, click here.